Consumer Analytics Master's Degree (Master of Science)

As the global fashion business becomes increasingly digital, job candidates with data skills have a distinct competitive advantage. And as design and aesthetics, competition, and globalization impact industries across the board, a master's degree in Consumer Analytics can also be applied far beyond the world of fashion.

How to Apply

A Real-World Approach

Consumer Analytics coursework blends conceptual knowledge of statistics, information systems, marketing, supply chain management, and strategy. You’ll also “learn by doing,” as you complete a semester-long consulting assignment for a corporate client, applying skills you’ve acquired in class to a real-time, real-world data analytics project.

LIM College is focused on helping you develop as a business professional—both while you are in your master’s program and after you graduate. Your LIM experience will be filled with opportunities to directly engage with the fashion industry while you sharpen your skills and explore your career options.

On-Campus Curriculum

Advance Your Fashion Career

With a master's degree in Consumer Analytics, you will be prepared for an increasing number of high-growth positions on the retail, wholesale, and brand sides of the fashion business, including:

  • Fashion Data Analyst
  • Trend Forecaster
  • Market Researcher
  • Customer Relationship Manager
  • Business Development Specialist

FACULTY

The faculty who teach in LIM College's Consumer Analytics degree program bring a wealth of professional expertise and academic excellence to their classrooms. Many hold, or have held, high-level positions in the global business of fashion. With their vast knowledge, experience, and connections, our faculty members are well-positioned to guide you through the complexities of the fashion business.

Faculty