Along with the core Fashion Merchandising courses, students will also need to complete 15 hours of specialized courses in fashion brand management.
Retail Planning and Buying
Apply retail formulas using excel to manage and plan the financials and inventory.
Trend Analysis and Forecasting
Explore the interaction of shifts in Zeitgeists and fashion and their influence on market trends.
Fashion Promotion and Visual Merchandising
Practice visual and promotional techniques in tangible and intangible retail environments.
Fashion Product and Brand Management
Analyze fashion brands and develop a novel business plan, including product line development.
Retailing Apparel and Textiles
Study the various aspects of retailing, consumers, and global markets.
UX/UI Design Fundamentals in Fashion Branding
Learn the fundamentals of user experience (UX)/user interface (UI) design through hands-on projects and real-world case studies.
Case Studies in the Retail Industry
Master critical thinking skills through a business case proposal development with a real-world case.