Areas of graduate study and research in Apparel and Merchandising (AM) include:
- Apparel Design and Production
- Consumer Behavior
- Historic Costume and Textiles
- Product Development
- Social-Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Dress and Appearance
- Textile Science
Effective Summer 2008
|DM 501||Research and Theory-Design and Merchandising||3|
|DM 551||Research Methods||3|
|Specialized research/data analysis methods 1||3|
|Select courses from AM, DM, or INTD subject codes 2||15|
|At least 3 credits in out-of-department courses||3|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.
Select a minimum of one course which must be approved by the student’s committee. In some cases, students may need to complete prerequisites before enrolling in approved data analysis courses.
Select courses with approval from advisor.