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International Trade and Marketing for the Fashion Industries BS Degree Program

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 2023.

Fashion Design/Milan–Sportswear

...program in the sportswear specialization is offered in...Credits MAJOR AREA FD 342 - CAD for Fashion...

Fashion Design/Milan–Knitwear

...program in the knitwear concentration is offered in...Credits MAJOR AREA FD 342 - CAD for Fashion...

Textile/Surface Design BFA Degree Program

...students for design positions in the textile industries...Art : 6 credits. HA 342 and CHOICE of...

Advertising and Digital Design BFA Degree Program Advertising Design , AD 404 Creative Content for Social Media , AD 491 Internship , CT 342...

IN 342 — International Corporate Responsibility

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

Students study the sustainability movement, and how ethical, social, and environmental issues are being addressed by multinational corporations. Through the review of current case studies, the course examines the role of fashion businesses in creating socially responsible and eco-friendly global supply chains and their effect in international trade policies.

PH 342 — Advanced Project in Style and Media

3 credits; 1 lecture and 4 lab hours

This course pairs photography and fashion design students to create and produce professional press kits and a short digital documentary interpretation of style and fashion.
Prerequisite(s): PH 371.

TY 342 — Computer Graphics in Toy Design

2 credits; 1 lecture and 2 lab hours

Students explore the computer as a tool for the presentation, refinement, and most importantly, the stimulation of creative design ideas. The fundamental principles of the two-dimensional bitmap and vector-based graphics using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on the Macintosh computer system are introduced.
Prerequisite(s): TY 326.