Foundation Courses (12 Credits)
AHT 103Introduction to Art History and Visual Culture II: High Renaissance to Contemporary Art
BUS 135Introduction to Business Systems
COM 105Introduction to Communication and Media Studies
FAS 100Introduction to Fashion Studies
Required Courses (6 Credits)

At least two of the following courses:
(students can take all three courses, of which one will go towards major electives)

AHT 270Theories and Methods in Art History and Visual Culture
BUS 256Marketing Research Methods
COM 203Communication Research Methods
Major Electives (21 Credits)

Elective courses, of which at least three must be 300-level or above, must come from at least three different disciplines (prerequisites may apply)

AHT 216Introduction to the History of Photography
AHT 285TTechnology in Art, Visual Communication, and Fashion
AHT 320Anthropologies of Art
AHT 362Visual Semiotics: Signs and Symbols in Art, Architecture, Film, and Fashion
BUS 136Marketing in a Global Context
BUS 274Brand Management
BUS 285Integrated Marketing Communications
BUS 385Consumer Behavior in International Marketing
CLCS 340Fashion and Popular Culture
COM 201Fundamentals of Media Studies and Criticism
COM 230TCommunication, Fashion, and the Formation of Taste (Italy)
COM 295Media Consumption, Fashion, and Identity
COM 301Globalization and Media
COM 310Issues in Journalism
COM 327Producing Digital Media: Communication and Media in Practice
COM 350Mediated Relationships
STA 200Computer Graphics in Advertising
STA 211Intermediate Drawing
STA 220Heads and Bodies: the Human Head and Proportions in Art History, Theory and Practice
STA 300Computer Graphics in Advertising, Advanced
STA 311Advanced Drawing
VCA 120TDocumentary and Street Photography on Location: Munich
VCA 200The Arts of Independent Publication
Capstone (3 Credits)
FAS 497Fashion Studies Internship

*All Bachelor of Arts degrees require a total of 120 credits consisting of Core Requirements, Major Requirements, and General Elective courses. Prerequisites may be required for courses outside of the major.