Fashion Merchandising Minor

The minor in Fashion Merchandising is designed for students who want some expertise in the dynamics and functions of the fashion business as an adjunct to their major fields. Students are exposed to national and international fashion merchandising fields through social, cultural, ethical, economic, and technological perspectives. Note: No more than one (1) course credit from a students’ major subject area may count towards both their major and this minor.

Required course:

  • FASH 141 Fashion: Designer to Consumer

Choose four (4) courses from the following: 

  • FASH 153 Consumer Textiles
  • FASH 241 Omni-channel Fashion Retailing
  • FASH 245 Research Methods for the Fashion Industry
  • FASH 250 Special Topics in Fashion Design & Retailing
  • FASH 290 Study Tour: Fashion Design and Merchandising
  • FASH 310 Retail Buying and Analysis I
  • FASH 326 Fashion Merchandising: Theory and Industry Application
  • FASH 346 Retailing and Consumer Behavior
  • FASH 362 World Market: Textiles to Retailing
  • FASH 390 Special Topics in Fashion Design & Retailing