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Fashion Merchandising

Fashion MerchandisingThe Fashion Merchandising A.S. degree program provides students with an option for a career or the requisite foundation for transfer to a four-year college or university. Careers might include assistant buyer, assistant department manager, small store owner, visual merchandiser, advertising consultant, fashion coordinator, promotion coordinator, sales associate, or manufacturer’s sales representative.

Students should be aware that not all Fashion courses are offered every semester.
See Class Schedule or Department Chairperson for additional information.
A.S. DEGREE MAJOR OR
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Program Requirements
FASH 100 Fashion Industry, 3 units
FASH 105 Fashion Analysis/Clothing Selection, 3 units
FASH 110 Textiles, 3 units
FASH 115 Visual Merchandising I, 3 units
FASH 120 Fashion Buying/Management II, 3 units
FASH 125/BUS 145 Retailing/Promotion, 3 units
FASH 126 Fashion Show Promotion, 3 units
FASH 130 History of Fashion/Costume, 3 units
FASH 148 Digital Design for Fashion, 3 units
FASH 195 Field Studies in Fashion, 2 units
TOTAL UNITS  29
Recommended Electives: FASH 116, 132, 155; BUS 155
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Gainful Employment