Graduates earn 120 degrees from the FIDM-Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-San Francisco


About 51.7 percent of the 120 degrees and certificates handed out by the FIDM-Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-San Francisco in 2017-18 were to students in business, management, marketing, and related support services programs, making them the most popular programs that year, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

The agency's National Center for Education Statistics shows the private for-profit institution in Francisco conferred 45 associate's degrees and 17 bachelor's degrees in business, management, marketing, and related support services programs.

But the single most popular program was for a associate's degree in fashion merchandising. Data shows the school gave out 45 associate's degrees in fashion merchandising, followed by 22 associate's degrees in general design and visual communications and 20 associate's degrees in fashion/apparel design.

The institute enrolled 279 students for 2017-18, all of whom were enrolled in undergraduate programs.

Degrees awarded for 2017-18
Program
Bachelor's degrees awarded
Associates degrees
Total degrees and certificates awarded
Percent of total
Fashion Merchandising
-
45
45
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
17
-
17
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services total
17
45
62
51.7
Design and Visual Communications, General
-
22
22
Fashion/Apparel Design
-
20
20
Interior Design
-
6
6
Industrial and Product Design
5
-
5
Graphic Design
-
5
5
Visual and Performing Arts total
5
53
58
48.3

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