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Fashion Marketing & Management
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Published June 1, 2016

Student Learning Outcomes

See ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/1638 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

Program Courses

Program Electives

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

AD105 Survey of the Fashion Industry
AD209 Apparel Evaluation & Construction
AD225 Digital Presentation for ApparelAD229 Concept & Development I
AD243 Textile Fundamentals
ART101 Principles of Visual Communication
ART102 Color Theory
ART141 Basic Photographic Techniques
BA121 Introduction to Business
BA227 Business Communications
BA233 Communication Design
BA241 Principles of Marketing
BA250 Principles of Accounting
BA255 Intellectual Property Law
FM204 Retail Math
FM224 Retailing
FM234 Selling Techniques
FM240 Retail Buying
FM280 Visual Merchandising & Display
GD251 Digital Layout & Design
Lower Division Required Credits 63

UPPER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

AD320 Apparel Production Management
AD325 Fashion Event Production
AD348 Apparel Development Practices
AD353 Computer Technical Sketching
AD358 Sustainable Design
AD370 Foundation Portfolio
AD430 Portfolio/Career Development
ADV468 Interactive Advertising
BA330 Presentation Graphics
BA347 Market Research
DMG301 Project Management
DMG311 Brand Strategy
FM305 Fashion Styling
FM310 Fashion Marketing Internship
FM321 Contemporary Designers
FM365 Fashion Forecasting
FM425 Writing for Fashion
FM440 Fashion Entrepreneurship
FM451 Catalog Development & Non-Store Retailing
Upper Division Program Electives, totaling 12 credits
Upper Division Required Credits 66
Program Field Credits 129

LIBERAL ARTS

ART204 Ancient to Gothic History: Objects, Art & Artifacts
ART205 Rise of Artistic Individuality
ART206 Revolution: The Roots of 19th & 20th Century Art
HST316 Dress & Society I
HST317 Dress & Society II
HUM101 Design Foundations
ICOR490 Senior Seminar
MTH104 College Mathematics
WR121 English Composition I
WR125 Argumentation & Research
WR126 Writing & the Literary Arts
Computer Science Elective
Laboratory Science Elective
Liberal Arts Elective(s), totaling 6 credits
Natural Science Elective(s), totaling 6 credits
Liberal Arts Required Credits 51
TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS 180

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

AD105 Survey of the Fashion Industry
AD209 Apparel Evaluation & Construction
AD225 Digital Presentation for Apparel
AD229 Concept & Development I
AD243 Textile Fundamentals
ART101 Principles of Visual Communication
ART102 Color Theory
ART141 Basic Photographic Techniques
BA121 Introduction to Business
BA227 Business Communications
BA233 Communication Design
BA241 Principles of Marketing
BA250 Principles of Accounting
BA255 Intellectual Property Law
FM204 Retail Math
FM224 Retailing
FM234 Selling Techniques
FM240 Retail Buying
FM280 Visual Merchandising & Display
GD251 Digital Layout & Design
Lower Division Required Credits 63

UPPER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

AD320 Apparel Production Management
AD325 Fashion Event Production
AD348 Apparel Development Practices
AD353 Computer Technical Sketching
AD358 Sustainable Design
AD370 Foundation Portfolio
AD430 Portfolio/Career Development
ADV468 Interactive Advertising
BA330 Presentation Graphics
BA347 Market Research
DMG301 Project Management
DMG311 Brand Strategy
FM305 Fashion Styling
FM310 Fashion Marketing Internship
FM321 Contemporary Designers
FM365 Fashion Forecasting
FM425 Writing for Fashion
FM440 Fashion Entrepreneurship
FM451 Catalog Development & Non-Store Retailing
Upper Division Program Elective(s), totaling 3credits
Upper Division Required Credits 60
Program Field Credits 123

LIBERAL ARTS

ART204 Ancient to Gothic History: Objects, Art & Artifacts
ART205 Rise of Artistic Individuality
ART206 Revolution: The Roots of 19th & 20th Century Art
ECOL201 Ecology
ECON211 Environmental Economics
EVS111 Environmental Science
HST316 Dress & Society I
HST317 Dress & Society II
HST341 History of the Environmental Movement
HUM101 Design Foundations
HUM372 Environmental Ethics
ICOR490 Senior Seminar
MTH104 College Mathematics
SOC221 Introduction to Sustainability
WR121 English Composition I
WR125 Argumentation & Research
WR126 Writing & the Literary Arts
Computer Science Elective
Natural Science Elective
Liberal Arts Required Credits 57
TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS 180

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Note: The Art Institute of Portland 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.