The Fashion Marketing program blends individual creativity with a keen sales orientation. The program exposes students to the apparel industry from a business standpoint, offering them the knowledge and skills needed to effectively market companies, create advertising campaigns and identify appropriate messaging to target demographics. After the styles have been sketched, developed and created, someone needs to draw consumers into the boutiques and drive them to the fashion websites.
Today’s professional interior designers enhance the function and quality of interior environments. Their mission, significant in today’s society, is to design spaces that improve the quality of life, protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and support increased productivity. The Bachelor of Applied Design in Interior Design degree program offers a well-rounded curriculum strengthened with numerous computer-based courses, designed to prepare graduates to meet the current demands of the profession. Other important topics explored include the areas of universal design, human factors, environmental and sustainable design, business aspects of the profession, and other issues related to the interior design field.
The Art Institute of Vancouver’s Bachelor of Design in Graphic Design degree program focuses on the increasingly vital relationship between design and sustainable principles. As environmental demands escalate and take center focus in educational and political discourse, there is a growing need for designers who can provide solutions while creating sustainable, eco-conscious designs. This academic program aims to produce designers who combine technical aptitude, critical thinking skills and ethical awareness. Program graduates will possess knowledge of design and sustainable fundamentals, as well as an understanding of core values, emerging trends and discipline challenges.