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|FASH 646 - Fashion Merchandising: Process and Practice|
An overview of the flow of the apparel and home furnishings industry as traced from design inspiration to retail customer. Industry resources related to product manufacturing and innovation are presented. Students explore the interrelationship of fibers, yarns, fabric structures, and finishes on textile products to develop an understanding of product differentiation. The effect of consumer issues on industry regulations, design trends, and technological advancements are discussed. Course may be waived for industry experience or collegiate coursework.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Certificate in Merchandising
1.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Independent/Directed Study, Lecture
Division of Graduate & Cont Ed Division
Consumer Sciences Department