Location:
New York City, New York
Semester:
Spring Break 2018

This weeklong study away program in New York City takes place over Spring Break 2018. Students will earn 3 credits while focusing on networking and creative career paths in the fashion design industry. The goal of this the program is to introduce students to the design culture of the industry and create opportunities to network with industry professionals and ATD alumni, and to experience the fast paced fashion industry in Manhattan in concert with the Innovation District in Brooklyn.

Behind the scenes tours and visits will give students the opportunity to see design studios and fashion incubators to get a sense of daily work life in these creative spaces and to converse with alumni and other professionals.

This intensive experience will include visits to:

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Broadway Show
  • Times Square
  • Garment (Fashion) District
  • Mood Fabrics
  • Bryant Park
  • Alumni Networking Events

Come and join us for a fashion experience that you will never forget in New York City!

Dates: March 4 to 9, 2018

Application Deadline: November 1, 2017

Courses: Students will earn 3 credits of ATD 491A 

Housing: Hotel (double rooms) in Manhattan 

Eligibility: Students must have an overall GPA of 2.0. The program is open to students of all majors and all levels of artistic experience.  Preference will be given to ATD majors.  

Estimated Program Fee: $1,200 - $1,400

Program fee does not include MSU tuition, roundtrip flight, additional meals, and personal spending money. Tuition costs vary depending on class standing, resident/non-resident status, etc. Visit MSU Student Accounts for information on tuition rates. 

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For more information, contact Faculty Leader Rebecca Schuiling at res@msu.edu.

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