Undergraduate Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Management)

Fashion and Global Brand Management

Undergraduate Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Management)

Get Business Qualified in 12 Weeks

The fashion and retail industry needs management professionals who understand the nature and scope of fashion retailing, and the elements required to develop and maintain a successful fashion brand strategy in a constantly changing business environment.

If you are already working in the fashion, retail or branding industry or hoping to break into this fun and exciting industry, the Undergraduate Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Managment) will not only help you to up-skill quickly but will also give your area of interest formal recognition in the workplace. You could also choose to use your certificate qualification to fast-track further tertiary studies, such as an ICMS Bachelor of Business (Sports Management), if you wish.

The Undergraduate Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Management) provides you with a flexible, student-centred and academically rigorous course of study, which seeks to develop your intellectual skills and competencies and equip you with the skills to gain an entry level position in this varied and dynamic industry, or to take on further tertiary study.

You’ll undertake three core business subjects and one specialisation subject in the field of fashion and global brand management, equipping you with the confidence to enter the exciting world of business, fashion and branding. 

Fully online! Can be completed in just 12 x weeks (accelerated)!

What you will learn

  • Develop technical and theoretical knowledge and concepts in the context of fashion and global brand management
  • Identify appropriate sources of data for problem solving in the fashion and global brand management context
  • Describe solutions to routine fashion and global brand management situations
  • Present project findings in both written and personal presentation forms to diverse audiences in the fashion and global brand management industry
  • Apply technical business knowledge to a range of fashion and global brand management contexts

Future Career Opportunities

The Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Management) will provide students with transferable skills, industry experience and in-depth knowledge of business practices, positioning them for potential careers such as the following:

  • Retail Assistant
  • Office Assistant
  • Administrative Assistant

Quick Facts

Course NameUndergraduate Certificate of Business (Fashion and Global Brand Management)
CRICOS Coden/a
Subjects4
Accreditation StatusActive
AQF Level5
Campusonline
DurationTypical duration: 2 study periods (trimesters)
Accelerated duration: 12 weeks
FEE-HelpDFEE
Study Modeonline
StartFeb, May, Sept & Nov
Annual Indicative Student Enrolmentsn/a (new course)
Entry RequirementsDomestic Students Entry Requirements
This course is not available to international students.

Course Structure

Credit PointsSubject TypeSubject CodeSubject Name
3COREBUS101APathway to Success
3COREMGT102AManagement Solutions for a Changing World
3COREMKT101AMarketing
3SPECIALISATIONFBM101AIntroduction to the Fashion and Retail Industry

Attendance Policy

For the attendance Policy please see the hand book.

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Sample Subjects

Pathway to Success (BUS101A)

In order to be a successful and to develop your career skills ready for work, it is essential to understand and integrate a range of tertiary tools and skills that you can use to demonstrate your growing academic ability and career readiness.

This subject takes a holistic approach in supporting you on your pathway to success. It focuses on supporting your smooth transition into the College and developing your academic skills and performance, so you can maximise success in your chosen program. Through engaging classroom activities, you’ll get to test out your growing informational literacy and interpersonal skills; using them to clearly communicate to a given audience both orally and in writing. Towards the end of the subject, you’ll focus on what lies ahead; developing an employability toolkit which will help you enter and succeed in the professional workplace.

Introduction to the Fashion and Retail Industry (FMB101)

The aim of this subject is to provide students with an overview of the nature and scope of fashion retailing, and the elements required to develop and maintain a successful fashion brand strategy. This is critical in a constantly changing business environment. Some of the learning outcomes of this subject include:

  • Explain the nature and role of retailing from a social, economic and supply chain perspective.
  • Explain the principles of the fashion consumer, category, competition and company that affect retailing strategy.
  • Describe the retailing strategic planning process.
  • Identify and discuss the principles of merchandise management and fashion brand management in relation to strategy implementation.
  • Identify and discuss the key elements of retail operations management and the range of measures used to assess operational performance.
  • Identify the future of the fashion category and how to build sustainable global brands.