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Fashion Merchandising

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Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising

The BS in fashion merchandising requires 56 semester hours in fashion merchandising courses, including:

  • A summer fashion internship between junior and senior year.
  • 31 semester hours taken at the upper level.
  • A minor is required for this degree program.

See the course catalog for a complete list of course offerings and descriptions.

 

TCU fashion merchandising majors learn the business behind the fashion industry — supply chain, quality assessment and control, product development, textiles, buying, promotion and the selling of merchandise. You’ll build the creative and analytical thinking skills to deliver products to today’s consumers.

Work through the unique TCU costume collection of more than 2,500 items dating back to the 1850s to experience how economic, social and technological advances have influenced fashion. Live and learn in a major metropolitan market center that allows students to study current and upcoming fashion industry trends and requirements.

At TCU, you’ll learn to think and act as an ethical leader and responsible citizen. You’ll be prepared to use your talent, intelligence and values to make ethical decisions that impact customers and businesses across the fashion industry.

2017 Fashion School Rankings

#49 Nationally (top 40% of schools considered)

#11 Nationally among private schools and colleges (top 25% of schools considered)

#9 in the Southwest

Course Catalog

You’ll experience a full-time, 10-week internship with some of the top fashion organizations in the country — from Neiman Marcus, Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton to Pier 1 Imports and Fossil.

Internships

Job placement for graduates is high because all fashion merchandising majors complete internships before graduation. From brand development to sales management to manufacturing, TCU fashion merchandising graduates are positioned for a variety of positions.

Brand Development
Brand developer
Costing and production analyst
Product director
Creative director
Fabric sourcing trend analyst
Colorist planner

Product Development
Forecast analyst
CAD designer
Product development manager
Color trends manager
Development and sourcing merchandise

Retail buying and Sales Management
Buyer
Replenishment analyst
Sales operations analyst
Account manager
Retail analyst

Marketing Management
Market analyst
Market researcher
Marketing manager

Apparel and Accessories Manufacturing
Color design consultant
International sourcing quality assurance specialist
Inventory analyst
Licensing manager
Fabric sourcing materials
Fashion research

Textile Product Development
Textile designer
Materials buyer
Forecast analyst
Trend specialist

Visual Merchandising
Visual merchandising
Fashion show coordinator
Window styling
Special events director
Director of promotions

Career Preparation

 

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