This programme enables you to explore fashion from social, cultural and commercial dimensions, in order to understand how diverse perspectives influence fashion theory and practice. Entrepreneurial design thinking is an economic catalyst, and we provide an opportunity for graduates or those working in fashion to further their studies and become successful business innovators. The programme allows you to develop research, analytical and entrepreneurial skills and become adept at flexible and future focused market thinking. Modules studied in the School of Design are: fashion marketing, fashion futures, cultural research methods and a dissertation or professional contextual project. Entrepreneurial modules delivered by Leeds Enterprise Centre, Leeds University Business School are: enterprise and society and new venture creation. Optional modules include: fashion communication and photography, fashion industry analysis, and textile innovation. Through your studies, you develop the potential to challenge and make major contributions to the global fashion sector. The course embraces theory and practice to inform future fashion philosophy.