Complement a solid foundation of general business skills with specialized training in the fashion industry. Gain knowledge from product design and production to consumer research marketing and retail buying to secure employment as a store manager, assistant buyer or merchandise planner.
|12 credits (full-time)||$1,331.78||$1,523.22||$2,252.72||$3,124.98|
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From merchandise and store managers to assistant buyers, merchandise planners, marketing specialists and sales representatives, fashion merchandising graduates develop knowledge and skills to work in a variety of positions in the fashion industry, as well as any other business sector. Salaries vary depending on the type and size of the business and the level of job responsibilities. Entry-level salaries generally average $35,200 to $51,100.
Potential employers include: Apparel, retail and/or department stores such as REI, Eddie Bauer, Macy's, Union Bay and many others. Students develop general business skills that can provide opportunities for careers in any business sector.
This option is open to everyone. There are no eligibility requirements to start this program.