Apparel Design and Merchandising


The B.S. in Apparel Design & Merchandising (ADM) has two emphases, Apparel Design and Fashion Merchandising. Students explore human behavior, social problems and environmental concerns, interpreting influences and outcomes for the globally interdependent apparel industry.

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ADM Degree Requirements

Suggested Course Sequence of Apparel Design & Merchandising Courses

Apparel Design Emphasis

Freshman Fall – ECON 101, ART 231 or College Level Drawing Class
Freshman Spring - ECON 102
Sophomore Fall - ID 240
Sophomore Spring - PSYCH 200
Junior Fall – ADM 260, ADM 261, ADM 360, elective
Junior Spring - ADM 265, 361, 365
Senior Fall - ADM 362, ADM 561, ADM 665, elective
Senior Spring - ADM 560, CFS 600, ADM 661, elective

Fashion Merchandising Emphasis

Freshman Fall – ECON 101, ART 231 or College Level Drawing Class
Freshman Spring - ECON 102
Sophomore Fall - ID 240
Sophomore Spring - PSYCH 200
Junior Fall – ADM 260, ADM 360, elective
Junior Spring - ADM 265, 365, 369, ADM 466, MKTG elective
Senior Fall - ADM 561, ADM 566, ADM 665, elective
Senior Spring - ADM 560, CFS 600, ADM 569, elective