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Courses

Courses in the BFA Fashion Design and Merchandising programs include textiles, fashion forecasting, digital design, portfolio development, fashion business and marketing, apparel manufacturing and technical design.

Design and Merchandising students also complete industry-specific classes. Seniors present their fashion thesis projects to industry professionals, and potentially at the juried annual Fashion Show.

Fashion Design Courses

  • FSD 1314, Flat Pattern I (3)
  • FSD 1440, Fashion Illustration I (3)
  • FSD 2306, Clothing Construction I (3)
  • FSD 2307, Clothing Construction II (3)
  • FSD 2308, Basic Draping (3)
  • FSD 2315, Flat Pattern II (3)
  • FSD 2440, Fashion Illustration II (3)
  • FSD 3310, Fashion Design Studio I (3)
  • FSD 3330, Fashion Design Studio II (3)
  • FSD 3370, Knitwear Design (3)
  • FSD 4270, Fashion Internship (3)
  • FSD 4472, Fashion Thesis I (6)
  • FSD 4473, Fashion Thesis II (6)
  • FSD 4492, Fashion Illustration III (3)

Fashion Merchandising Courses

  • FSM 1440, Fashion Illustration I (3)
  • FSM 2306, Clothing Construction I (3)
  • FSM 2410, Fashion Technology I (3)
  • FSM 2420, Fashion Technology II (3)
  • FSM 3200, Merchandise Retail Buying I (3)
  • FSM 3201, Merchandising Planning I (3)
  • FSM 3220, Fashion Retail Management (3)
  • FSM 3231, Merchandising Planning II (3)
  • FSM 4000, Fashion Monetization (3)
  • FSM 4225, Merchandise Simulation (3)
  • FSM 4270, Fashion Internship I (3)
  • FSM 4441 Visual Merchandising (3)
  • FSM 4471, Fashion Internship II (3)
  • FSM 4472, Fashion Thesis I (6)
  • FSM 4473, Fashion Thesis II (6)