Have you thought about going to college for fashion? Whether you're hoping to become the next hot designer or you're interested in styling, merchandising, or costume design, FIDM offers more than 20 creative majors such as:
Apparel Industry Management: Designed to prepare students for eventual ownership and/or management of a global fashion manufacturing company. The program combines creativity, business knowledge, and computer technology.
Fashion Design: Prepares students for careers in Fashion Design for the Apparel Industry. The curriculum includes fashion sketching, creative design, computer applications, draping, and pattern drafting.
Fashion Knitwear Design: The curriculum includes fashion illustration, pattern drafting, swatch development, knitwear construction, utilizing the hand loom and Stoll industrial knitting equipment, specification, and cost analysis.
Film & TV Costume Design: Teaches students to research a broad range of cinematic, social, and historical references, read and analyze a script, and source and create costumes for the big and small screen.
Merchandise Marketing: The curriculum educates students in the marketing of merchandise, retail buying, application of technology to this task, and the development of leadership, teamwork, and management skills.
Visual Communications: Offers students a diversified, creative business background in visual presentation, exhibit/trade show design, retail and event marketing, and store planning.
FIDM's focused curriculum integrates creative and leadership skills to develop graduates for the exciting fashion industry. Learn more about our fashion-related majors here.