Contact Jan Bowers, Family and Consumer Sciences, Michaelsen 100
Fashion Merchandising is an interdepartmental major leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. It is administered jointly by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, and the Department of Information Technology and Administrative Management. The curriculum provides the necessary skills to work in the fashion merchandising field as a fashion buyer, a fashion retailer, or a fashion merchandise manager.
Courses are primarily selected from Administrative Management, Marketing Education, Information Technology, and Family and Consumer Sciences, providing information relating to the production, distribution, and consumption of clothing and textiles. Students will gain practical work experience in agencies which deal with fashion merchandise during summer quarter internships.
Students enrolled in the major are required to consult regularly with a faculty advisor. All prerequisites must be fulfilled except in cases of special permission.
For additional information please see either the Information Technology and Administrative Management or Family and Consumer Sciences Department Chairs.
- The major application form must be completed, then signed by a department advisor and chair.
- Students must have a university-level cumulative GPA of at least 2.3 for full admission to a departmental major.