Fashion your Future

When you study fashion merchandising at TCU, you get the highest quality artistic education in a liberal arts environment.You’ll develop your analytical thinking, clarity in written and spoken expression, collaboration and creativity to adapt to whatever the future might bring and elevate your talent, intelligence and values.

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Where in the World Will You Go?

Gain first-hand professional experiences in some of the most important cities in the industry — Paris, London, Florence and New York City. From semester study abroad and departmental travel programs to international internship opportunities, you can merge real-world experience with an international education.


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Alumni Spotlight


Mary Beth Taylor

Before graduating in 2012, Mary Beth Taylor interned with Stuart Weitzman, a high-end shoe company in New York City, and was hired by the CEO after graduation to fill the newly created position, Major Accounts Business Analyst. In the next four years at Stuart Weitzman, she was promoted to the right hand to the CEO in areas of reporting and analysis. In 2016, she was hired at Tiffany & Co. Taylor said the internship program led her on the path she is on today. Mary Beth is currently the Director of Merchant Business Intelligence at Arezzo & Co.


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College of Fine Arts Academic Unit Changes
Effective June 1, 2019, two departments in the College of Fine Arts will be renamed. The Department of Design will include graphic design, interior de...
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TCU IDFM Rock you Colors
TCU scores big with College Athletics and Fashion Merchandising partnership
TCU Athletics, through its trademark licensing program, and the university’s Department of Interior Design and Fashion Merchandising have teamed up ...
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Maria Ochoa Garcia Exxon Intern of the Year
Fashion Merchandising student is ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern of the Year
Maria Ochoa Garcia, a rising senior and fashion merchandising major, has been named Intern of the Year for ExxonMobil’s Summer Jobs Program. ...
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Aimee Hibler and Provost Nowell Donovan with a purple and white tartan design
Senior Fashion Merchandising Major Designs New TCU Tartan
Imagine getting the chance to design something that will represent your alma mater for years to come. For senior Fashion Merchandising major Aimee Hib...
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Interior Design and Fashion Merchandising’s Wardrobe to Envy
Two dresses from the TCU Garment Collection. Clothing collections can provide valuable visual and hands-on experiences for students studying fashion m...
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