Luxury and Fashion Management M.A. Final Project
Students in this course use presentation software storyboards, graphs and charts, as well as a written component, to demonstrate the functional, informational and critical thinking skills acquired throughout the program. Topics for the presentations are developed by the associate chair of the department, on the advice of executives, to demonstrate the ability of the students to act as managers in industry. In the capstone seminar, emphasis is placed on global business concerns for the 21st century, including merchandising, sourcing, marketing, financial management and leadership. The capstone project is intended as the final, cross-disciplinary test of the management skills developed by the students in their graduate program. Prerequisite(s): FASH 782 and completion of the review for candidacy.