A minor in Merchandising provides students in other majors an opportunity to gain knowledge and skills specific to the field of merchandising. The minor may be of special interest to students majoring in areas such as art, business, and journalism and technical communication. The perspectives gleaned by selecting a Merchandising minor both enhance understanding of the student’s major program and expand career opportunities available to the student.
The Apparel and Merchandising program emphasizes study in apparel and textile design, product development and sourcing, and the marketing and retailing of consumer goods. The program encompasses global study of the cultural/historical economic, and scientific aspects of the textile and apparel industry, while fostering an understanding and implementation of socially responsible business practices.
Effective Fall 1999
Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|AM 101||Fashion Industries||3|
|AM 270||Merchandising Processes||3|
|AM 330||Textile and Apparel Economics||3|
|or AM 366||Merchandising Promotion|
|AM 371||Merchandising Systems||4|
|AM*** Upper-Division Elective 1||3|
|DM 360/MKT 360||Retailing||3|
|Program Total Credits:||22|
Select in consultation with advisor. Must be upper-division (300- to 400-level).