If you're interested in fashion, the Miami area offers several top programs. Miami International University of Art & Design has degrees in accessory design, fashion design, and fashion merchandising. Meanwhile to prepare students for careers including fashion buyer, design consultant, associate designer, and retail manager, American Intercontinental University has a BFA in fashion marketing and design. If you choose Johnson & Wales University for your fashion studies, you'll spend time in New York City visiting showrooms, fashion museums, and fashion forecasting offices, while selecting Keiser University means you'll receive creative and business training to prepare you for entry-level employment in the apparel industry.
The majority of fashion designers earn a yearly salary of $40,000-$87,000. Demand is increasing for stylish and affordable clothing, which indicates a likely future need for fashion designers at apparel wholesalers.