|Fine and Studio Arts Management|
|Metal and Jewelry Arts|
|Other Fine Arts and Art Studies|
|Product and Industrial Design|
|Other Specialized Merchandising, Sales, and Marketing Operations|
|Special Products Marketing Operations|
|Animation, Interactive Media, Video Graphics and Special Effects|
|Commercial & Advertising Art|
|Apparel and Textile Manufacture|
|Apparel and Textiles|
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33% of students gave Fashion Institute of Technology 5 stars in Academics.
Class size is usually around 25-30 students even in liberal art classes. Professors are extremely helpful and understand that FIT demands a lot from its students. Workload is crazy, but its worth it in the end. As long as your a self motivated individual you will strive at FIT.
Some professors were at the top of their game. Some professors couldn't even spell "professor." It's a mixed bag. A couple of my professors that taught haute couture and tailoring were older, and old-school, which is what you want when you are learning these classic techniques. But I had a couple professors that seemed like they were teaching night school or driver's ed, not very intelligent or enlightening at all.
|Carnegie Class||Master's Colleges and Universities (smaller programs)|
|Orientation Month(s)||Orientation for new students held in late August.|
Specialty Study Options
- Independent Study
- Honors Program
- Certificate Programs
Class Sizes at Fashion Institute of Technology
- Fewer than 20 Students: 37%
- 20 - 49 Students: 63%
|Fewer than 20 Students||37%|
|20 - 49 Students||63%|
Faculty Ethnic Diversity
- Caucasian: 72
- Unknown and Other: 11
- African American: 7
- Asian: 6
- Latino: 4
|Unknown and Other||11|
Faculty at Fashion Institute of Technology
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