Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries

All students attending class on the FIT campus must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. For more information, see: Immunization Requirements.

Students are encouraged to register early, as classes may fill up or be canceled due to low registration.

Summer 1

May 25–June 30

Summer 2

July 5–August 1

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Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries - (212) 217-4770

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MG 153
Excel for Business

2.0 credits
In state $440.00 Out of state $1,322.00
Online: In state $470.00 Out of state $1,352.00

This course prepares students to firm up their fundamental skill of Microsoft Excel 2016 for all business types and a very wide range of personal use. Excel program referring to MS 2016 textbook and Lynda.com helps you to prepare and develop a professional level-competency in Excel 2016. Students will develop a fundamental computer filing and operation in a corporate setting. At the completion of the course students will be prepared to take the MOS-Microsoft Certification Application Specialist Exam (MCAS) for a Certificate in Excel.

Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
3642 OL1 ONLINE    

 

MG 242
Principles of Accounting

3.0 credits
In state $660.00 Out of state $1,983.00
Online: In state $705.00 Out of state $2,028.00

This introductory course covers the accounting cycle leading to the creation of a business’ financial statements. Topics include double-entry accounting, adjusting and closing entries, trial balances, inventories, bank reconciliation, specialized journals, accounts receivable, bad debts, and depreciation. Partnership and corporation accounting are also covered.

Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
4090 OL1 ONLINE    

 

MG 306
Information Systems: Case Analysis

2.0 credits
In state $598.00 Out of state $1,808.00
Online: In state $628.00 Out of state $1,838.00

This course presents an overview of Business Information Systems (BIS) and how technology must support all business initiatives. Students will problem solve different business situations with case studies, spreadsheets and database assignments. Areas to be covered include operations management, manufacturing, sales, marketing, finance, human resources and accounting. Prerequisite(s): MG 153 or equivalent

Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
3643 OL1 ONLINE