This program is designed to prepare students to enter fashion merchandising positions in the apparel and textile industry. These positions include various aspects of design, purchasing, distribution, quality control, and promotion of fashion products. The program provides students with product knowledge of textiles and apparel as well as an understanding of socioeconomic influences and business skills relevant to merchandising fashion products.
Total Hours for a Major in Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising: 64-69
Students must earn a grade of C or better in FCNS 152 and FCNS 258 before they can enroll in any FCNS course requiring either FCNS 152 or FCNS 258 as a prerequisite or in any textiles, apparel, and merchandising elective or 400-level course.