Management - Fashion Industry Concentration

Have a mind for business and a passion for fashion? Then you’ll love this new concentration in our B.S. in Management program!

Having a business background is always in fashion – just ask today’s employers. With this unique Management concentration, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the fashion industry, while also getting a solid foundation in all aspects of business management.

Learn about consumer behavior as it applies to design and market research. Study the impact of globalization on the fashion industry. Analyze retail management theories and techniques. And gain in-demand, technical skills in the latest computer-aided design (CAD) programs like Gerber, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Adobe for textile design. Then put your new knowledge to the test at your hands-on internship, with access to Boston’s high-end Newbury Street - home to many successful designers and well-known brands.

Throughout your program and career, you’ll also have access to intensive professional guidance and one-on-one advising from BSC Career Services, whose job it is to help get you out of the classroom and into the fashion business world!

Optional Fashion Design Minor

Learn how to take a design from concept to finished garment. This program guides you to become not only a designer with your own creative vision, but also a business professional prepared to take your place in this challenging industry.

  • Design menswear, women’s sportswear, costumes and haute couture evening and wedding gowns to better understand your personal aesthetic
  • Benefit from a personalized learning environment consisting of small class numbers, ensuring one-on-one instruction (unlike at larger institutions)
  • Become a creative, curious and analytical fashion technician with our top-quality teaching methods, mixing mix traditional lectures, practical workshops, personal research, and experimentation
  • Get invaluable opportunities and experience from our student competitions, sponsored by organizations like Boston Fashion Week, Providence Fashion Week, Caribbean Fashion Week, Eileen Fisher, and the North Shore Mall

Possible Careers

  • Product Developer
  • Technical Designer
  • Entrepreneur
  • Retail Buyer
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Brand Management Planner
  • Textile Designer
  • Footwear Designer
  • Trend Forecaster
  • Gerber Technologist

When do classes start?


Every eight (8) weeks, there are six (6) terms each year:

  • Fall I & II
  • Spring I & II
  • Summer I & II