The Fashion Marketing online program offers students the opportunity to earn their degree at Parsons' renowned fashion school from anywhere. The Fashion Marketing curriculum is the same online or on campus, and the program provides the training and education in marketing, merchandising, and retailing needed enter the fashion industry.
Parsons' online program reflects today's global fashion market, connecting faculty and students all over the world—from New York and California to Seoul, Sydney, and beyond. Classes are asynchronous, so you can fit them into your unique schedule.
As an online student, you'll have the opportunity to do self-developed internships with guidance from the AAS program and Career Services. Because Parsons is part of The New School, you will have access to a variety of university resources including event podcasts, videos, and The Adam and Sophie Gimbel Design Library, which houses fashion journals designer images, trend forecasting services, and an extensive online database.
Parsons' AAS Fashion Marketing students come from a broad range of academic and professional backgrounds. Many hold undergraduate degrees, and some have earned advanced degrees. These diverse students have one thing in common: They are serious about the business side of fashion.
"I loved the dedication of the teachers and my classmates. The program taught me so much about technology that I am pursuing a fashion career in e-commerce. Students bond and form friendships online with peers, and the program is great for networking."
— Rachel Demain
"Online, everyone participates. The flexibility of the program worked well, as I live in Chicago, Illinois. I plan to stay in Chicago after my internship, doing marketing and public relations for a local handbag designer."
— Kristina Jones
In class you will gain technical skills such as CAD (computer aided design) and photoshop, and explore strategy and innovation around topics of sustainability, social media and emerging markets in fashion today. The AAS Fashion Marketing program prepares students for careers in:
Fashion Marketing students who plan to complete their degree entirely online must have a prior undergraduate degree or sufficient undergraduate credits to fulfill the AAS degree requirement of 21 credits in humanities, including six credits of English. Non-native English speakers must achieve a TOEFL score of at least 580 on the written test, 237 on the computer-based test, or 92 for the Internet-based test.
To learn more about applying to the program, please connect with our dedicated Admissions team. Contact them by emailing email@example.com. Be sure to visit the Associate in Applied Science Admissions page for details on how to apply, application deadline information and access to download the program catalog.
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