Fashion Business Administration Course

A fashion business MBA to nurture future entrepreneurs and business administrators.

Extensive research work will enable our students to attain management abilities that will help them become leaders in the fashion business.

The Fashion Business Administration Course nurtures entrepreneurs, business administrators, and producers capable of leading in the global fashion business sector. The students will first study the basics of the fashion business, followed by such as business management and finance, in parallel with subjects in fashion technology and design. In the second (final) year, the students will study applied corporate management theory and finance, while conducting research on individually selected themes. By the end of the final year, they will have acquired a broad knowledge and the know-how to succeed in all areas of the fashion business. Students will create the basis for succeeding as fashion business leaders. Through two years of research work, they will create the plan for their own brand business.

Curriculum composition

The Fashion Business Administration Course offers a curriculum that helps students to improve their skills in a phased manner. In the first semester of the first year, students acquire basic theory about the fashion business and deepen their total understanding of the fashion business. In the second semester, they will improve their ability to apply this theory through exercises. In the first semester of the second year, they acquire knowledge of advanced theories and pursue their specialized field. Through off-campus research and graduation research projects, they build more practical proficiencies.


  • Accounting
  • Basic Research Project I
  • Basic Research Project II
  • Fashion Tech
  • Fashion Business Methods (Practical)
  • Fashion Merchandising
  • Brand Management (Practical)
  • Marketing Basics
  • Apparel Production Management
  • Apparel Product Illustration (Practical)
  • Apparel Modeling
  • Internship Program in Business Administration
  • Creative Thinking
  • Sustainable Fashion I
  • Sustainable Fashion II
  • Color Theory
  • Materials Theory
  • Digital Commerce
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business Model Case Studies
  • Fashion Product Basics I
  • Fashion Product Basics II
  • Fashion and Consumer Attitudes
  • Fashion & Culture
  • Marketing Research
  • Logistics


  • Final Research Project
  • Global Business Management
  • Global Product Strategy
  • Management Information System (Practical)
  • Management Strategy
  • Intellectual Property Management
  • Design Management (Practical)
  • Finance
  • Launching a Fashion Brand (Practical)
  • Field Project
  • Marketing Strategy

Completed Research & Creation

Completed Research & Creation : Fashion Management Course
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