Apparel Design & Merchandising (B.S.)
♦ Take studio and lecture courses
♦ Set goals and gain confidence
♦ Get co-op experience.
♦ Write resumes and interview.
♦ Live the dream!
The apparel and textile industry is one of the largest employers in the United States as well as in the world.
Excellent career opportunities exist for people who have knowledge of the fast-paced world of fashion, who understand textile product development, and who also
possess keen business skills.
Examples of career opportunities include:
Fashion Marketing Specialist, Functional Clothing Designer, Manufacturer's Representative, Merchandise Manager, Pattern Designer/Patternmaker, Piece Goods/Fabric Buyer, Product Developer, Quality Assurance Analyst, Retail Promotion/Management, Visual Merchandiser.
See what our ADM students are doing now:
- Spring Fashion Show by ADM 339
- Student, Andrew Mershon competes in Waterfront Fashion Week this fall.
- Look Into TRASH FASH BASH where ADM students competed in the design of sustainability-inspired pieces!
- See whose Fall 2012 predictions in ADM 119 were correct for Spring 2013.
- Jennifer Blair's Internship at Olive You Boutique.
- Project Linus Quilt in ADM 102.
- Visual Merchandising - ADM 339
- Brand Concept Boards - ADM 550, Portfolios
- Look in on Apparel Design and Merchandising 201 Lab.
For further information on this program, contact: