Minor in Fashion Merchandising
For more information, contact Megan Lawson-Clark
Students with an interest in fashion may minor in Fashion Merchandising to discover how fashion is planned, created, and promoted by manufacturers and retailers. This minor combines business and fashion courses with technical clothing, textiles and production knowledge to provide an overview of how fashion companies meet consumer needs. A Fashion Merchandising minor provides creative and technical fashion knowledge for students in a variety of majors including Business, Communication Studies, English, Fashion Design, Management, Photography, Psychology, Studio Art and Visual Communications.
BU 240 Principles of Marketing
FM 131 Survey of the Global Apparel Industry*
FM 213 Textiles*
FM 250 Fashion Merchandising
FM 365 Product Development Principles
And one of the following courses listed below:
BU 413 Entrepreneurship
BU 451 Fashion Buying and Planning
* Students enrolled in the Fashion Design program must take a BU or FM elective instead of FM 131 and FM 213.