Sep 28, 2020
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Fashion Media introduces students to the new digital age of journalism and provides a full understanding of how content affects consumer behavior. Graduates of this program will be equipped to work as a one-person production team, or as part of a larger group at publishing houses/magazines.
Registered HEGIS Code 0509
(Total credits: 126/127)/Effective Spring Semester 2018 - Previously (Total credits: 127)
(Total liberal arts credits: 66)
LIM Bachelor’s Degree Core
Required Courses - 19 Credits
Fashion Media Major Requirements
Required Courses - 42 Credits
Fashion Media Liberal Arts Requirements
Required Courses - 54 Credits
Liberal Arts Elective Courses - 12 Credits
Liberal Arts Electives are any courses numbered 1000 or higher with the following prefixes: ARTS, ECON, ENGL, HIST, LANG, NTSC, PHIL, POLS, PSYC, and SOCI which are not specifically required for the student’s major.
All courses are required except where choice is indicated.
First Year Experience is required of all first-time freshmen or students who have transferred in less than 13 credits.
For BPS and BBA degree students, a minimum of 58 credits must be completed at LIM College.
For BS degree students, a minimum of 61 credits must be completed at LIM College.
All entering students’ prior academic records are evaluated to determine Mathematics and English capabilities. This includes SAT and/or ACT math and writing results and results of English and mathematics courses taken at other colleges. See the LIM College website for current criteria. This information is used when planning a student’s academic program, which may include required remedial Mathematics and/or English courses. Remedial courses do not carry credit towards the degree, but do carry hours which count towards full-time status. See Credits and Hours and Remedial Course Policy for further information.
All Fashion Scholars are required to complete the following:
LIM College offers the following concentrations for each major, which are intended to provide an additional focused area of study:
Digital Business Strategy
Fashion Media (not for Fashion Media majors)
Fashion Merchandising (not for Fashion Merchandising majors)
International Business (not for International Business majors)
Responsible Business Practices
Retail & Merchandise Management
Visual Merchandising (not for Visual Merchandising majors)
For specific concentration course requirements, students should see their Academic Advisor or check the College website.
** Fashion Publishing discontinued effective 9/24/2017