Making a Living with Your Passion - Fashion
Located in one of the most cosmopolitan and fashion-conscious areas of the United States, Miami International University of Art & Design offers programs in three exciting areas of fashion - Associate of Arts in Accessory Design, Fashion Design, and Fashion Merchandising. Whether you want to dress runway models or create your own line of jewelry, there is a program for you. The Fashion programs also offer students the opportunity to get a first-hand look at fashion in action.
Accessory Design is a highly specific area of fashion. You will use industry-standard technology to learn how to design and create magnificent pieces that reflect your creativity. In the Fashion Design program, you will concentrate on design, pattern development, and fabrics to create all types of clothing.
Fashion Merchandising encompasses many aspects of fashion and you need to have more than just a good eye to succeed in this industry. An Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion Merchandising from Miami International University of Art & Design will enable you to be fully comfortable with all aspects of the industry before starting your new and exciting career as a merchandiser.
- Fashion Design (Associate of Arts)
- Fashion Design (Bachelor of Fine Arts)
- Fashion Merchandising (Associate of Arts)
- Fashion Merchandising (Bachelor of Arts)
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