Fashion Business: Fashion Merchandising Management
As a Fashion Merchandising Management student, you will acquire the skills you need to succeed in an industry that involves a global network of merchandising professionals working in a vibrant, ever-changing business.
Did you know that a majority of the Fashion Business: Fashion Merchandising Management program can be completed online?
- Fashion Business: Fashion Merchandising AAS (50% or more can be completed online)
Visit our Office of Online Learning for more information!
The key to a successful online shopping experience and business plan is a well-designed website. GCC's E-commerce concentration teaches you the essentials of computer graphics, web development and web publishing. As part of your study, you will take dynamic coursework in computer graphics, design a web-page that markets a product or service and develop the overall brand for related merchandise or services. This effort incorporates the use of industry standard web-design methodologies.
E-commerce has revolutionized the way businesses operate, creating a global need for knowledgeable professionals to enhance a company's position in a world governed by electronic services. Among the many new job opportunities available to E-commerce grads are:
- Web Designer
- Computer programmer
- Online Inventory Manager
- Marketing Director
- Digital Merchandising Specialist
- Digital Marketing Planner
- Interactive Media Specialist
- Social Media Specialist
- Online Merchandise Buyer
- User Experience Architect
GCC has many transfer agreements with 4-year institutions like:
- Fashion Institute of Technology
- Fashion Institutue of Design and Merchandising
- Laboratory Institute of Merchandising
- SUNY College at Buffalo
Please contact our Transfer Center for more information.