The Princeton Review recently named LIM College to its list of “Best Northeastern Colleges.” And it’s no wonder: our curriculum combines challenging coursework and hands-on practical experience to hone your skills and expand your mind.
At LIM College, you’ll prepare to thrive in the business of fashion. Whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student, you’ll learn to think critically, see the big picture and solve problems across disciplines.
Undergraduates at LIM College choose from five majors: Fashion Merchandising, International Business, Management, Marketing, and Visual Merchandising. Many students also add a concentration in areas ranging from Fashion Communications to Event Planning to Styling.
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Each major is built on a strong foundation of challenging coursework in business and the liberal arts. As you explore subjects like Art History, Psychology, Business Law and Cross-Cultural Communications, you’ll learn to look beneath the surface, form opinions, and communicate effectively.
You’ll also get a healthy dose of practical experience in the form of a series of internship experiences, field trips, and guest speakers. And you’ll develop the international perspective that today’s workplace demands. A global thread runs throughout our curriculum, with courses such as International Retailing and Global Management, while study-abroad programs immerse you in the fashion business and culture of Paris, London, China and other international locations.
No matter which major you choose, you’ll work closely with dedicated faculty who combine professional industry experience with a personal approach. With just eight students for every professor, LIM College offers a friendly, close-knit environment where each student is an individual.
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- 7/13/2015 - LIM College Student Selected as Semi-Finalist for National Retail Federation Foundation Scholarship Danielle Sosalski is in the running to receive $25,000
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