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Learn More about the LIM College MBA Program
LIM College’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is unique and will educate you in advanced concepts and theories of management, leadership, and entrepreneurship. And it’s all accomplished right in New York City – the world’s fashion capital.
With concentrations in Fashion Management and Entrepreneurship, the education you gain from the LIM College MBA teaches you to examine how the aforementioned concepts and theories apply to the business of fashion. Also, you’ll gain the kind of broad-based knowledge that can be applied in any business context.
Comprehensive, global and cutting-edge, the LIM College MBA is a 51-credit program customized by you and your advisor to integrate your background with your aspirations.
You will also have opportunities to take part in “hands-on” internships with top fashion companies. Additionally, our sphere of influence reaches far beyond Manhattan. LIM College has valuable relationships with institutions in London, Paris, Italy and Asia and our international exchange programs offer you even more opportunity.
The LIM College MBA also offers flexibility. Depending on whether you are a full-time or part-time student, you can complete the program in 15 months or 27 months, and you’ll be able to take evening classes while still pursuing your career during the day. Plus, the MBA program has been designed to meet the particular needs of international students.
If you have already been working in the fashion industry, the LIM College MBA is your ideal next step, offering you the opportunity to leverage your experience and pursue your career at a higher level.
This degree program will suit you equally well if you are seeking a career change or if you are a fashion entrepreneur who wants to launch your business with a greater sense of confidence.
By meeting the demands of the business of fashion in the 21st Century, the LIM College MBA is a competitive and rewarding program if you want to make an impact in this challenging field.
Student Consumer Information
Program: Fashion Management & Entrepreneurship
Degree(s): Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
CIP* Code: 52.9999
Program Approval: New York State Education Department
Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
*Classification of Instructional Program
|Standard Occupation Codes
|Potential Job Titles||Department of Labor O*Net Occupation Description and Link|
|13-1022.00||Associate Buyer, Buyer||Wholesale & Resale Buyers|
|43-5061.00||Planning or Production Coordinator||Planners|
|11-2021.00||Marketing Manager||Marketing Manager|
|27-1026.00||Visual Merchandiser, Merchandising Coordinator||Merchandising|
|11-3040.00||Human Resource Manager||Human Resources|
|27-3031.00||Public Relations Specialist||Public Relations Specialist|
|41-1011.00||First-Line Supervisors/Managers||Retail Management|
|11-9199.04||Supply Chain Managers||Supply Chain Managers|
|11-1021.00||General and Operations Managers||General and Operations Managers|
|13-2051.00||Financial Analyst||Financial Analysts|
|13-1199.04||Business Continuity Planners||Business Development|
Program Costs: Full-Time (18 months or 6 Terms, 51 total credits)
|Term||Program (18 months or 6 terms)|
|Tuition & Fees*||$7,335||$41,565|
|Books & Supplies**||$320||$1,600|
|Room & Board***||$0||$0|
*Assumes full-time study of at least 9 credits using 2012-2013 costs ($815/credit)
**Estimated at$320 per term for first five terms. The textbook rental program has reduced the average cost of required books.
*** Assumes student has off-campus housing. LIM College has no formal board (meal) plan
Program Completion: Full-Time 2011-2012 Graduates
On-time Program Completion rate: 54%
Number of students completing program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012: 11
(Note: Based on curriculum changes the standard program length is 18 months and on-time is defined as completion within six academic terms)
Median Debt for Full-Time Program Graduates: 2011-2012
Federal Title IV Loans: $46,849
Private Loans: $0
Program Costs: Part-Time (27 months or 9 terms, 51 total credits)
|Term||Program (27 Months or 9 terms)|
|Tuition & Fees*||$4,890||$41,565|
|Books & Supplies**||$200||$1,600|
|Room & Board***||$0||$0|
*Assumes half-time study of six credits using 2012-2013 costs ($815/credit)
**Estimated at $200 per term for 1st 8 terms. The textbook rental program has reduced the average cost of required books.
***Assumes student has off-campus housing. LIM College has no formal board (meal) plan.
Program Completion: Part-Time 2011-2012 Graduates
On-time Program Completion Rate: 90%
Number of students completing program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012: 10
(On-time is defined as completion within 9 academic terms)
Median Debt for Part-Time Program Graduates: 2011-2012
Federal Title IV Loans: $44,846
Private Loans: $0