Do you have an eye for fashion? Can you tell what next year’s fashion trends will be? Do you like shopping for others? Then Fashion Marketing is the program for you. 

Students may start by earning credits towards a Certificate of Recognition (CR) Fashion Marketing, and Certificate of Completion (CC): Fashion Marketing, both of which can lead to an Associate in Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement. These programs are designed to be industry driven by providing students with the sought-after skills to gain employment in the merchandising, retail, marketing, professional styling and sales operations career opportunities within the fashion industry.


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Prospective new students contact the Welcome Center for one-on-one help applying to Olympic College.

Current and returning students contact the Advising Center to connect with a Student Success Coach or your Faculty Advisor.


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The Fashion Marketing Event Planning Class presents Olympic College's online fashion show. The Edge of Winter is a provocative look at the latest fashion trends with a decidedly PNW vibe.

Academic Programs

Olympic College offers a variety of Fashion Marketing classes that prepare students for a range of careers related to Fashion Marketing and the retail industry. Consider taking specific classes as distribution requirements and electives that lead to your Associate in Arts Direct Transfer (AA-DTA): Fashion Marketing, Certificate of Completion (CC): Fashion Marketing, or Certificate of Recognition (CC): Fashion Marketing, 

Group of fashionable students standing for a group photo inside famous NYC fabric store, Mood.

Fashion Field Trips

The Olympic College Fashion Marketing program offers students the chance to visit one of the centers of the fashion world, NYC, Los Angeles, or Las Vegas. FASH108 students annually travel to one of these fashion capitols with faculty to study marketing, design, and international customers.

Contact instructor Deb de Beauchamp to learn more.

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Faculty Advisors

Every student is assigned an advising team consisting of your Student Success Coach and Faculty Advisor. Your Faculty Advisor is determined once you decide on your specific academic program. The following professors are Faculty Advisors for Fashion Marketing programs.

Academic Division

Fashion Marketing is part of the Workforce & Economic Development Division . Visit the division webpage for more info, including support resources and services, and contact info for division staff and the dean. The division office can assist you with: 

  • Advising
  • Connecting with faculty
  • Finding campus resources
  • Support for procedural processes such as a grade appeal or student complaint.