Fashion Journalism

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The Fashion Journalism AA, BA, and MA degree programs—with a special focus on Social Media—equips you with subject-area expertise to help communicate the rising complexity of the global fashion industry. You will develop a strong industry foundation that enables you to ask informed questions, convey fashion news in a larger context, and evaluate fashion collections with a critical, well-informed eye. You will also learn to produce cross-platform stories that are nuanced and sophisticated for print, digital, and social media.

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Fashion Journalism Degrees

The Fashion Journalism degree programs give you the journalistic skills needed to succeed in all media and on all screens—from traditional print platforms to the growing world of online journalism and social media.

The B.A. program is fueled by cross-functional skill development including storytelling, mobile reporting, social media management, blogging, video, podcasting, fashion film production, and a strong sense of ethics—all of which will be required of the leading fashion journalists of tomorrow.

The M.A. program is fueled by a deep intellectual understanding of fashion, ethics, and the ability to professionally utilize social media—skills that are required of the leading fashion journalists of tomorrow.

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The Liberal Arts Program provides students with a holistic education covering the arts, humanities, and sciences. Courses highlight connections between the subject of study and the major fields of art and design, providing context to the larger world of art and design.

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The Foundations curriculum heightens perception and understanding of visual structure through the study of drawing, modeling of form, value structure, perspective principles, color, and design theory.

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