Fashion Merchandising

Open House August 16

FM Open House

August 16, 1:30-3:00pm in FCS building RM 189

Welcome fall '23 freshman and transfer students

Welcome Fall '23 Freshman & Transfer Students!

Buying is an art and a science. The buyer has to be able to apply trends, color direction, and mitigate risks with new ideas.
Sarah Hadley (B.S. '11), Buyer
Amazon Luggage Store

Explore the Fashion Industry

Fashion merchandising majors explore all areas of fashion, from manufacturing to retailing.

  • Students take courses in textiles, fashion promotion, product development, store management and buying.
  • Every student completes an internship.
  • In addition, students are required to complete a business administration minor to prepare further for success in the industry.

Rigorous and Technology Based

The fashion merchandising program stands out nationally due to a finely tuned curriculum, producing graduates with high-level critical thinking, communication and analytical skills. The rigorous course work in the program uses best practices preparing students for team-oriented leadership using cutting-edge industry technology. We have strong corporate relationships that provide students access to industry thought leaders through classroom settings and corporate-sponsored events. Students gain valuable hands-on experience through technology-based assignments, industry visits, and internships.


Careers in a Global Industry

Alumni work in roles such as:

buyer, business/replenishment analyst, planner, store executive, vendor representative, showroom manager, product development, visual manager, and fashion marketing/sales.

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