IADT-Orlando Launches Retail Merchandise Management Degrees

August 16, 2011

IADT logoOrlando, FL (IADT) Aug. 16, 2011 – Students pursuing a Retail Merchandise Management degree at IADT-Orlando have access to hands-on training that can help them prepare for opportunities in this dynamic field. Whether pursuing an associate’s or a bachelor’s Retail Merchandise Management degree, students have the opportunity to gain a solid understanding of direct sales operations and procedures, merchandise planning and retailing principles. Additional topics covered in these programs include customer service, supply chain management and merchandise procurement.  

Students pursuing a Retail Merchandise Management degree at IADT-Orlando have access to a variety of hands-on learning opportunities that help them become familiar with the skills needed to buy, sell and manage the distribution of merchandise. In addition, several classes focus on the development of customer outreach, selling strategies, visual merchandising solutions and pricing techniques.

Some of the Retail Merchandise Management courses available through these degree programs include Branding and Advertising, Visual Retailing Concepts, Management Solutions, Professional Business Practices, Merchandising Principles, Forecasting Trends and Visual Merchandising.

By enrolling in these degree programs, students will have access to a wide range of educational resources. Classes are taught by industry-experienced instructors who understand what it takes to succeed in the field, and this knowledge is passed along through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on training.

Both the associate’s and bachelor’s Retail Merchandise Management degrees at IADT-Orlando combine engaging classroom instruction with dynamic training to offer a well-rounded learning experience.

About the International Academy of Design and Technology in Orlando

With more than 30 years as an established institution, the International Academy of Design and Technology offers students a hands-on education with experienced faculty dedicated to providing students with the necessary skills, knowledge, support and guidance to pursue fulfilling career opportunities in the design and technology fields. The Orlando campus (IADT-Orlando), which opened in 2007, offers degree programs in graphic design, interior design, fashion design and merchandising, game production, digital media production, retail merchandise management, and Web design and development. Students also have the opportunity to take a portion of their coursework online through IADT-Online. The school is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). ACICS is a national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. Find disclosures on graduation rates, student financial obligations and more at www.iadt.edu/disclosures. IADT-Orlando cannot guarantee employment or salary and is part of Career Education Corporation network of schools (NASDAQ: CECO). For more information, visit www.iadt.edu/Orlando or call (888) 489-8111.