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Career Preparation

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Job placement for graduates is high because all fashion merchandising majors complete internships before graduation.

In many cases, our graduates receive job offers from their internship organizations, while others use the internship experience as a networking tool to seek out other job opportunities.

Graduate degrees are not required for most professional positions within the fashion industry. However, graduates who aspire to work in law, as college professors, in textile science and quality assurance will seek graduate degrees.

 

Career Placements

Below is a sample listing of companies who have hired TCU fashion merchandising graduates:

Academy Sports and Outdoors

Amazon

Belk

Conde Nast International

Dillard’s

Fossil

JC Penney

Justin Boots

KCD

Lafayette 148

Lois Hill

Louis Vuitton

Macy’s

Michael’s

Neiman Marcus

Nordstrom

Stage Stores

Stuart Weitzman

Target

 

Career Services

You’ll have access to a career consultant who works with fine arts students. This person’s expertise working with arts majors is a clear advantage for you. Schedule one-on-one meetings with your career consultant, who will assess and analyze what you need most. Whether you’re crafting a speech or preparing for a job interview, your career consultant is there on the sidelines — pushing you into the game.

Melanie Coulson
Career Consultant to the College of Fine Arts
817-257-2222
m.coulson@tcu.edu

For more information about job opportunities, please visit:

Center for Career & Professional Development