Bachelor of Science

Fashion and Retail

Your sense of style is important and could be a “perfect fit” for the fashion industry—and our Bachelor of Science in Fashion and Retail program will prepare you for it.

At Lynn, you’ll have the opportunity to really see what the fashion industry is all about by attending fashion week in New York or Los Angeles. Or, you can go to the Apparel MAGIC trade show in Las Vegas. Meanwhile on campus, our innovative “Lynn Learning-in-Action” program gets you involved in planning, producing and executing our annual fashion show, a gala event with over 400 attendees—including leaders of the fashion industry.

As you earn your degree, you’ll interact with leaders in the fashion industry, in the form of in-class projects and internships with such progressive retail firms as Neiman Marcus, Sak’s, Bloomingdale’s, Boston Proper and Nordstrom—just to name a few. 

And when you graduate from Lynn, you don’t just graduate with a degree in fashion and retail—you graduate with a business degree in fashion and retail. Your solid foundation in business knowledge will prepare you to successfully manage the operations and finances of an organization—all while displaying your fashion style and expertise.

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Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Visual merchandiser
  • Buyer / merchant
  • Retail manager
  • Product development manager
  • Brand ambassador
  • Fashion show production specialist

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

The fashion and retail curriculum at Lynn gets a lot of attention for being innovative and future-focused. Instead of only taking pre-requisite classes for your first year, you can start studying the subjects that interest you right away.

And as a fashion and retail major, you’ll research topics like Buying and Inventory Planning, Fashion Show Production and The Evolution of Fashion and Retail Change. See the full program details:

Last modified: Oct. 28, 2013