The Fashion Merchandising curriculum consists of university liberal studies requirements, fashion merchandising core courses and electives, and a specific business concentration.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design program prepares a student for a successful career within the fields of commercial and residential interior design (including the Kitchen and Bath Design industry, one of the fastest growing fields of design in the nation). Our students will gain knowledge in both the creative and business sides of the interior design industry. The BFA program offers students a technological advanced and cost-effective education ensuring successful completion of the degree. The program covers 12 quarters taken through 48 months; however, the program can be completed in 36 months by attending year-round.
The Art and Design Management program is designed to produce a convergence between art and business management for the design industries and the creative departments of corporations. In addition, the program explores the entrepreneurial and strategic aspects of design and art in the corporate environment which exposes students to the 21st-century global market demand for experiential learning, critical thinking, innovative design thinking, and fluid intelligence. The program curriculum is designed for a student to master the business and management side of art-based design enterprises in order to organize the ongoing creative processes, bridge art and design with corporate objectives of growth and revenue, and develop marketing strategies that enable innovation and creativity. The program covers 12 quarters taken through 48 months; however, the program can be completed in 36 months by attending year-round.