The semester and academic year curriculums focus on Italian fashion design, styling, and merchandising. Courses are offered at Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) and grouped into study tracks. Fall semester consists of a single study track (Fashion Marketing & Design) while Spring semester offers two study tracks to choose from (Fashion Communication & Design, and Fashion Styling & Design). Although each track has a particular focus, all tracks include marketing, communication, styling, and design courses.
Most courses are 3-semester credits; a few courses are 2 credits. Click on a course title to view the description and download syllabus. If a syllabus is not available for a course, email a KEI program manager to request syllabi.
Track I: Fashion Communication Students must enroll in all of the courses.
Credit and transcripts/certificates issued by the Istituto Europeo di Design (accredited in Italy). Transcripts are also issued by SUNY Oneonta or Lincoln University (both accredited in USA).
The Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), founded in 1966, is considered one of the top design schools in Europe. IED offers undergraduate and graduate programs in fashion, graphic, interior, product, industrial and architectural design. IED is a multi-campus institution with locations in Milan, Florence, Rome, Venice, Turin, Madrid, Barcelona, Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro. Each campus consists of state-of-the-art facilities that students can utilize for project work.