Monday – May 30, 2016
Oak Creek Campus
Prepare for a career marketing specialty shops, stores and boutiques. This program's fashion marketing courses emphasize the creative aspects of selling apparel, and the retail management courses emphasize the managerial and financial aspects of retailing. Students must complete a one-year qualifying internship, which provides hands-on experience in a fashion or retail organization.
Career Outlook: Trained fashion/retail applicants are continually recruited for supervisory, management, and merchandising positions for many different types of retailers. Core skills include an ability to communicate well, and the demonstration of self-initiative and creativity.
Career Pathway: You can earn Fashion Marketing Specialist or Retail Marketing Specialist technical diplomas on the way to completing this degree.
Program Code: 10-104-4
Start Dates: August/January
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Course Requirements
Credit for Prior Learning and Experience