Fashion Marketing & Management

Course Listing

Fashion Merchandising
Bachelor of Arts
Published January 1, 0001

Student Learning Outcomes

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Program Courses

FASA106 Fashion Show Production
FASA108 Management I
FASA104 Public Relations I
FASA118 Retail Marketing
FASA128 Sales Promotion I
FASA145 Fashion Trends I
FASA148 Management II
FASA116 Visual Merchandising I
FASA153 Fabrics and Textiles I
FASA158 International Retailing
FASA126 Visual Merchandising III
FASA138 Sales Promotion II
FASA114 Public Relations II
FASA215 History of Fashion I
FASA229 Portfolio
FASA245 Fashion Trends II
FASA217 Visual Merchandising II
FASA235 History of Fashion II
FASA208 Advertising for Fashion II
FASA248 Fashion Buying II
FASA258 Advertising for Fashion I
FASA206 Styling I
FASA216 Styling II
FASA255 Fashion Trends III
FASA228 Fashion Buying I
FASA238 Business Policy I
FMDA307 Consumer Behavior
FMDA308 Electronic/Direct Marketing
FMDA304 Fashion Magazines
FMDA314 Creative Fashion Presentation and Forecasting
FMDA302 Product Development I
FMDA318 Introduction to Cosmetics and Fragrance
FMDA404 Effective Communication for Fashion
FMDA408 Small Business Management
FMDA402 Product Development II
FMDA406 Success Seminar
FMDA409 Internship

General Education Courses

ARHA125 History of Western Art I
ARHA126 History of Western Art II
CGSA204 Business Computing
COMA112 Principles of Communication
ENCA101 English Composition I
ENCA102 English Composition II
ENCA204 Business and Technical Writing
GE English Elective
GE History Elective
GE Humanities Elective
GE Science Elective
GE Social Science Electives (2)
GE Social/Behavioral Science Electives (2)
MATA115 Applied Mathematics
MATA202 Finite Mathematics

Total Credits for Bachelor of Arts Degree 180

Program Electives

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Note: Miami International University of Art & Design reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.