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Fashion Merchandising

Take your place in the art and culture of fashion

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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.

Live and learn in a major metropolitan market center that allows students to study current and upcoming fashion industry trends and requirements.

Programs Offered

Sample Courses

  • Merchandise Buying
  • Textile Fundamentals
  • Entrepreneurship in Merchandising
  • Apparel Construction
  • Product Development

Special Admission Requirements

There are no special admissions requirements for this program.

What Sets Us Apart

As a fashion merchandising student, you are required to participate in an internship program. 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 Jimmy Choo to KCD and Fossil.

Career Prospects

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

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