Register for FIT’s Summer 2012 Professional Studies Courses

Continuing Education Courses at FIT

Inside FIT’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies Course Catalog, you’ll find over 250 programs tailored to your interests. Whether you want to brush up on your computer skills, learn how to produce and source your fashion or pet line, write a business plan or take hands-on classes in photography, patternmaking, or jewelry design, these courses were developed for professionals ready to continue their education keeping budget in mind. FIT offers credit, non-credit, part-time college and one-day opportunities all year round. Classes start as low as $35 and include:

Center for Professional Studies Programs

  • Summer in the City: Intensive certificate programs
  • Professional Development Programs: Focus is on credentialed training or career alternatives
  • Home Fashion Market: Opportunities in home-product and service-marketing
  • Master Class Series: One-day intensives
  • Cool New York Talks and Tours: trend tracking opportunities
  • Media Events and Photography: training by industry experts
  • Retailing: E-Commerce and Social Media
  • Wearable Decorative Arts: hands-on workshops

Enterprise Center Programs

  • Computer Essentials: Business applications, fashion and graphic design, pattermaking, web and jewelry
  • Creative Enterprise Ownership: Tools to help start, maintain and grow businesses
  • Sustainable Design Entrepreneurs: Creating and marketing a sustainable brand
  • Tools of the Trade for Fashion Design: Seminars and workshops for fashion entrepreneurs

Want to learn a bit more? FIT has open houses scheduled throughout July. Check out all of the opportunities inside FIT’s Hot Topics 2012 catalog and learn more at FIT.

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