The following are the required courses for this major. Students who attend Orientation and meet with the Education Department can obtain personalized academic counseling to complete the program. Transfer credits, changes in curriculum, and other factors may affect the academic plan for individual students. The FIDM Education Department can provide additional information.
One-on-one advisement is available to students from other FIDM Majors to consider eligibility for special admissions to this program. Contact the appropriate department chairperson.
Associate of Arts, Advanced Study (A.A.)
Strategies for Import/Export
Construction & Technical Product Applications
Global Relations & Negotiations
International Merchandising Strategies
Management Concepts & Global Entrepreneurship
Advanced Technology Applications
Garment Construction & Cost
Sourcing Textiles for Import/Export
Product Development Marketing Research Strategies
Consumer Fit & Sample Analysis
Merchandise Sourcing & Production
Global Finance & Business Planning
Total Units of Credit: 48
This program starts in the summer on the Los Angeles campus.