Students practice design, technology and software skills that will support visual acuity and professional presentation for internal and external work experiences. These hands-on sessions will introduce students to design thinking, design terminology, design tools, merchandising and marketing technologies and software to enhance problem-solving skills. Tools provided are standard in the retail industry and will add valuable skills for employment and career opportunities.
FMM 110 - Merchandising and Marketing Professional Tools
Credit Hours: 2
FMM 101, which may be taken concurrently.