Fashion Promotion

School Of Communication & The Arts

The Fashion Promotion concentration of the Fashion Merchandising program is geared toward our students interested in careers in fashion public relations or advertising, event production, ecommerce, and online promotion. The concentration enhances and augments your educational experience with hands-on exposure to the industry, giving you a competitive edge when you enter the field.

Rebecca Castellani: Impactful Faculty Help Students Grow

“The faculty within the Fashion Department have been nothing but extremely helpful. They make sure I’m registering for the right classes, as well as taking classes I want to be taking, and they help me look for internship and job opportunities. The faculty have also played a vital role in my growth as a person and have provided me with the tools I will need to succeed in the fashion industry post-graduation.”

Rebecca Castellani
Fashion Merchandising major, Fashion Promotion and Fashion Business concentrations

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Rebecca Castellani: Impactful Faculty Help Students Grow

“The faculty within the Fashion Department have been nothing but extremely helpful. They make sure I’m registering for the right classes, as well as taking classes I want to be taking, and they help me look for internship and job opportunities. The faculty have also played a vital role in my growth as a person and have provided me with the tools I will need to succeed in the fashion industry post-graduation.”

Rebecca Castellani
Fashion Merchandising major, Fashion Promotion and Fashion Business concentrations

Read Rebecca's Story
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Apply Classroom Theory In Practice

The Fashion Promotion curriculum not only incorporates Communication and PR coursework into your educational plan, but it integrates with the Fashion majors by teaching you about these principles as they apply to the fashion industry. You’ll continue to have access to leading faculty in Fashion, but now you’ll also be working with leading faculty in Communication, Public Relations, Advertising. You’ll take courses such as:

  • Fundamentals of PR Theory & Practice
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Fashion Show Production
  • Intro to Strategic Advertising
  • Fashionology: Retail Entrepreneurship

Apply Classroom Theory In Practice

The Fashion Promotion curriculum not only incorporates Communication and PR coursework into your educational plan, but it integrates with the Fashion majors by teaching you about these principles as they apply to the fashion industry. You’ll continue to have access to leading faculty in Fashion, but now you’ll also be working with leading faculty in Communication, Public Relations, Advertising. You’ll take courses such as:

  • Fundamentals of PR Theory & Practice
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Fashion Show Production
  • Intro to Strategic Advertising
  • Fashionology: Retail Entrepreneurship

At Marist, we pride ourselves on our dedication to providing our students with a well-rounded liberal arts education that prepares them for practical experience and profound success in their field. But don't just take our word for it - the numbers speak for themselves.

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Of current students are satisfied with their Marist Experience

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Employed or attending grad school 6 months after graduation

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Higher than the national average for salary 6 years after graduation

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