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International Trade and Marketing for the Fashion Industries BS Degree Program

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/internationaltradeandmarketingforthefashionindustriesmajor/

School of Business and Technology Applications accepted for fall and spring.      NYSED: 20268        CIP:  52.1403    The International Trade and Marketing major prepares students for management positions in international trade and global fashion companies. Graduates pursue careers in global marketing, management, import/export operations, logistics, sourcing, compliance, customs, research, strategic planning, and licensing. Some graduates pursue further studies for professional development in education, finance, law, and other fields. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2022.

Fashion Design/Milan–Sportswear

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...program in the sportswear specialization is offered in...credits. CHOICE of FD 341 , FD 343 , FD...

Advertising and Marketing Communications BS Degree Program

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...for positions in the communications industry in advertising...Copywriting (3 cr.) ; AC 341 Magazine Journalism (3...

Fashion Design/Milan–Knitwear

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...program in the knitwear concentration is offered in...credits. CHOICE of FD 341 Design with High...

Creative Technology, Minor

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...note: CT 341, CT 371, and ID 472 were removed from the minor in Fall...

FS 341 — Role of Fabrics in Fashion: 1860 to Present

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

Significant concepts and developments in fabrics and fashion history are examined through a chronological study of innovations in fabrics and their uses by major designers. Knowledge of specific fabrics, designs, and designers is obtained by hands-on use of garments in The Museum at FIT's collections.

IN 341 — International Logistics

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

International logistics--the organized movement of goods, services, and people across countries--is explored. Students survey the impact of the market, government regulations, and technological forces on ground, ocean, and air transportation systems. International conventions and the role of unions in logistics are also studied.