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Fashion marketing programs at colleges?

I've been looking into fashion marketing as a potential major and was wondering if there are any colleges that offer really good programs in this area? If you've studied fashion marketing or have any suggestions, please let me know – thanks!

27 days ago

It's exciting that you're interested in pursuing a major in fashion marketing! There are several colleges and universities known for their strong fashion marketing programs. Here are a few you might want to consider:

1. Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) – Located in New York City, FIT offers a Bachelor of Science in Fashion Business Management with a concentration in Fashion Marketing. FIT is known for its connections to the fashion industry and internship opportunities.

2. Parsons School of Design (The New School) – Also in New York City, Parsons offers a Bachelor of Business Administration in Strategic Design and Management with courses in fashion marketing. In addition, there are opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration with fashion design students.

3. Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) – SCAD has campuses in Georgia and, online, in their eLearning program. They offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Marketing and Management, with courses focused on fashion, marketing, and business practices.

4. LIM College – Another NYC-based institution, LIM College has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Fashion Marketing. The curriculum combines a strong foundation in business, fashion history, and marketing principles.

5. Marist College – Located in Poughkeepsie, New York, Marist offers a Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising with a marketing concentration. The program focuses on the business side of fashion and emphasizes marketing, merchandising, and retail management.

These are just a few well-regarded programs in the United States. When assessing the right program for you, consider factors such as location, program curriculum, internship opportunities, industry connections, and the overall academic reputation of the institution. Research each school's website and reach out to admissions or the fashion/marketing department for more information on their specific programs and requirements. Good luck in your search!

27 days ago

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