One of New York City’s premier public institutions, Fashion Institute of Technology is an internationally recognized college for design, fashion, art, communications, and business. We’re known for our rigorous, unique, and adaptable academic programming, experiential learning opportunities, academic and industry partnerships, and commitment to research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
While our pedagogical mission is to prepare our students for professional excellence in design and business, our broader ethos is to foster creativity, inspire leadership, impart a global perspective, and educate students to embrace inclusiveness, commit to sustainability, and engage with community.
Does your career need more creativity? Do your skills need some spark? Does your talent need a tune-up? Our programs help professionals transform enthusiasm into enterprise, and elevate experience into a satisfying career.
We offer credit and non-credit courses in fashion, business, design, computer technology, and marketing, as well as a range of certificate programs to help you enter and advance in the fashion and related industries. With short seminars, multi-session courses, and flexible schedules, you can learn at a time and pace you can manage and afford. So realize a competitive advantage in your current career or prepare for a new one. Explore everything you'd love to learn. It's a creative education for the real world.
This was a great class to hear firsthand advice from someone who started her own pet product business. I especially appreciated all the handouts and tips we got -- I took tons of notes! -- and both will be ideal resources as I get started.
Excellent class. Highly recommend for anyone interested in the subject. Tara St. James is a great teacher.
The course was fine but seemed a little scattered at times.
Nicole B G.
It wasn't what I expected but still ended up being really good. A bit pricey for what it is but it was nice to get that half-FIT experience I felt I learned a decent amount though it wasn't really what the course description said it was. The professor was very good at teaching a bunch of students who are all at completely different paces of learning and let some students take on extra/different level projects than others to accommodate what they could handle. Esperanza e-mailed us a lot with what to bring so try to remember to check your email every day before class for your supplies list. I have been a knitter for almost my whole life but i have never tried to do much with it. This class helped me expand on what I knew and be more confident with my knitting. (I was originally upset with the professor leaving a half hour early every day but she realized that she had misread the schedule and gave us an extra 3 hour class at the end which gave +1 star. It was really great of her to give us that extra class in place of the couple of hours we missed)
Good for beginners, but not enough topics to cover 5 classes.
Very happy with the box we built, and the techniques we learnt.
The class was excellent. Isolina Perez is a patient and creative teacher. It's obvious that she loves to teach. I would definitely take more classes with her. My only "complaint" is that there is so much to learn and try that the class should be longer than 5 sessions.
The class was very good
Just loved it!!!! :)
Best class I took