MASTER OF FASHION INDUSTRY STUDIES
Leading the way to create a more sustainable global fashion industry.
The global fashion industry is competitive, but it also offers an incredibly rewarding career. With our Master’s program, you can gain real-world experience, valuable connections and an in-depth understanding of fashion’s global value chain to stand out, and thrive in the industry.
The Master of Fashion Industry Studies (MFIS) – What will you learn?
Our Master’s degree focuses on the crucial factors changing the face of the fashion world. You’ll learn about important developments such as advanced technologies, global trends and sustainable practices.
As part of your degree, you can also work one-on-one with award-winning faculty members to complete Thesis Research. Using their knowledge from roles in national companies in design, social marketing and merchandising, they will teach you vital skills to work within a corporate brand structure. This part of your course will allow you to create research-based, innovative solutions for the fashion industry.
A Flexible and Applied Degree
At the School of Fashion, we give our students a hands-on learning experience. By creating your own business models and innovative solutions to industry challenges, you will gain real-life insights into the strategic directions of manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. You can also carry out projects with local, regional, and national fashion companies allowing you to expand your experience and network for future employment opportunities.
Our MFIS is a five-semester program, including summer. As well as 18 core credit hours, you have six credits of Thesis courses, which give you the option to customize your degree to your career aspirations.
Upcoming Information Sessions
The School of Fashion will hold information sessions about the MFIS program on the dates below. For your convenience, we offer both in-person and virtual information sessions.
To learn more about how to attend an information session, please fill out the form below.
2022-2023 Information Sessions
In Person Information Sessions
Thursday, March 9, 2023
Virtual Information Sessions
Thursday, February 23, 2023