AT THE GRADUATE CENTER
The MA in Liberal Studies and Fashion Studies consists of 30 credits, including a thesis (see topics of recent student theses in the Students section on this site). Three courses are required: two core courses in Fashion Studies; and Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies.
The uniqueness of Fashion Studies at MALS is that students are free to combine and design their own track of studies either within the other MALS tracks such as Digital Humanities; Individual Studies; New York Studies; Women and Gender Studies; Film Studies; and others or with other PhD courses offered at the CUNY Graduate Center (see samples of these classes in the Course section of this site).
Master and PhD students who are matriculated in any Doctoral Program at the Graduate Center can complete a CONCENTRATION IN FASHION STUDIES:
Two Interdisciplinary Studies Core Courses:
Fashion Studies I: Fashion, Power and Space;
Fashion Studies II: The Fabric of Cultures. Fashion, Identity, Globalization.
One of the core courses often focuses on New York Fashion.
Two ELECTIVES chosen from the broad spectrum of courses in the Concentration’s course listing, one in the arts or humanities; the other in the social sciences.
For further inquiries, please contact:
Professor Eugenia Paulicelli, Director
Room 4116.05 (Comparative Literature)
Mobile: 203 233 0828/Email: email@example.com
THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK OFFERS THE FOLLOWING UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS IN FASHION:
Fashion Design at Kings Borough:
Fashion Marketing at City Tech:
Undergraduate Courses on Textile and Apparel at Queens College:
Courses on Fashion and Film, Italian Fashion, Fashion and Globalization are offered in the Department of European Languages and Literature @ Queens College:
Undergraduate Courses in Fashion Marketing @ Brooklyn College:
Link to come soon.
MFA in Design and Technical Theater @ Brooklyn College: