Apparel Design and Merchandising


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

Click below to review degree requirements for the Apparel Design & Merchandising concentrations.

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

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

Change of Major to BS in an Apparel Design & Merchandising (ADM) Concentration

The BS in ADM-Design or ADM-Merchandising invites current students to submit a change of major request to the Department during the following time periods:

  • For Spring term: August 1-October 1
  • For Fall term: January 1-March 1

Prerequisites. Students must have a 2.5 GPA before to be admitted into the program.

All students who have been accepted as a change of major to an ADM concentration may start major-only classes the semester following approval of the change of major. Students accepted in the fall semester may begin major courses the following spring; students accepted in the spring semester may begin major courses in the following fall.

Process

Type your information on the Change of Major form & submit with unofficial transcript to the FINA Department in Burk Hall 329.