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A Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Fashion Marketing is for students who want to pursue a business career in the fashion industry. Learn how to buy, sell, manufacture, promote and market fashion items as well as understand fashion culture from a business perspective.
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Our Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Fashion Marketing combines core courses in business fundamentals with in-depth study of the fashion industry that emphasizes retail fashion marketing, trends, media and technology. Plus, you can develop key business skills such as team leadership, accounting and finance.
In Fashion Trends you will look at how they arise by considering macro business environmental drivers as well as social and cultural influences. You w...
In Fashion Trends you will look at how they arise by considering macro business environmental drivers as well as social and cultural influences. You will consider trend identification, market assessment and competitive response strategies. This will be appropriate preparation for fashion product development, range planning and the exploitation of market opportunities.
In Fashion Branding you will explore contemporary fashion brands and examine the strategies they use to create a unique personality, generate appeal a...
In Fashion Branding you will explore contemporary fashion brands and examine the strategies they use to create a unique personality, generate appeal and generally develop a "desirability factor" for potential consumers. This course will build directly on your skills and knowledge by deepening the understanding of the complexity of brands and branding, from conception and development, through to the management and marketing of the end products. The course will cover the development of values and ethics required to develop successful brands, as well as the creation of identity, revitalization and extension strategies. You will also explore the implications of changing environments for fashion consumers and fashion brands, and employ creative thinking, innovative problem solving and applied skills and methodologies to investigate and develop appropriate solutions to brand strategies.
CAD for Fashion Marketing re-enforces the application of creative software (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.), to advance student's skills with computer a...
CAD for Fashion Marketing re-enforces the application of creative software (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.), to advance student's skills with computer applications used to enhance fashion presentations including color rendering of drawings and drafting of flats. Students will design a collection, and all the appropriate accoutrements that sit alongside the collection. Students will then take this work and develop and present it in a professional manner using the CAD skills learned in this class.
Fashion Buying presents buying practices and techniques, with an examination of consumer buying power, major market resources, governmental regulation...
Fashion Buying presents buying practices and techniques, with an examination of consumer buying power, major market resources, governmental regulations and merchandise analysis. Through a simulated experience, students will conduct research and plan a six-moth seasonal dollar merchandise plan. A final product book will include all stages of development of the seasonal merchandise plan including trend forecasting, vendor negotiation, and profitability analysis.
In Media and PR you will learn how fashion communications are planned, written, managed and delivered. Through directed activities you will experience...
In Media and PR you will learn how fashion communications are planned, written, managed and delivered. Through directed activities you will experience situations replicating the "real-life" of working in the fast paced roles of fashion public relations and journalism. These assignments will develop your knowledge and understanding of the dynamics and interplay between the key fashion promotion sectors, highlighting the methodologies required for building successful working relationships within these roles. During this course, you will be expected to work with a degree of autonomy, structuring your own time management and applied research to a professional level and developing your professional and communication skills to a higher level. You will also be required to utilize a range of new and emerging technologies and applications to the media and communication assignments.
This course is a basic study of fibers, yarns, fabric construction methods, coloring processes, and finishing techniques. Emphasis is placed on the pr...
This course is a basic study of fibers, yarns, fabric construction methods, coloring processes, and finishing techniques. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of this knowledge in judging performance and in the proper use and care of fabrics used in the apparel industry.
Course content subject to change
American InterContinental University® is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. To contact the Higher Learning Commission please visit www.hlcommission.org.
AIU’s BBA with a specialization in Fashion Marketing is not programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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employers of AIU graduates say they are likely to hire another AIU business graduate. 1
1 2013 AIU Employer Experience Research. Conducted by Breakthrough Insights, Naperville, IL
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