FSAD 4440 - Global Fashion Management

Spring. 3 credits. Student option grading.

Prerequisite: FSAD 1350  or FSAD 2310 , and economics course. Enrollment preference given to: FSAD majors and Fashion Studies minors.

T. Lewis.

This course is an introduction to the global textile and apparel complex, particularly the importance of international trade, global sourcing, strategic management of global brands, and corporate social responsibility. There is a focus on multinational apparel firms with accompanying case study analysis.

Outcome 1: Describe the structure, conduct, and performance of the global apparel industry.

Outcome 2: Assess current global factors that influence multinational apparel firms.

Outcome 3: Recommend strategies for apparel production and distribution based on cultural, economic, environmental, and political factors.

Outcome 4: Explain the implications of international regulations, alliances, and trade policies on the apparel industry.

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