Clothing, Textiles & Fashion Merchandising (CTFM)
Clothing, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising is a professional area of study which focuses on diverse aspects of the fashion industry.
The degree plan includes major courses in Clothing, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising with supporting coursework in areas such as studio art, accounting, business administration, communications, consumer science, journalism, marketing, and management. Students also have the opportunity for practical experience through retail or design internships.
Why choose a major in Clothing, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising?
Whether you have a flair for design or an interest in merchandising you'll find a variety of career opportunities in the dynamic, creative, and challenging world of fashion. The fashion industry is made up of diverse, team-oriented businesses that depend on people who possess creative ideas, technical skills, product knowledge, high levels of energy, and good business judgment.
Our faculty and staff is dedicated to serving the needs of students focused on a career in the fashion industry. Degree programs are designed to provide students with the education and technical skills needed for a career in a fast-paced, exciting, global industry.
What will I learn in Clothing, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising?
Courses are taken in the following areas:
- Applied clothing design
- Clothing buying and promotion
- Fashion illustration
- History of fashion
CTFM Program of StudyClick on this link to see the CTFM Program of Study on page 31.
Meet the Clothing, Textiles & Fashion Merchandising Faculty
You can learn more by following these links to the web sites of our professional association...
For Futher Information Contact:
Dr. Roselyn Smitley
Dr. Melinda Chavez