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Fashion Merchandising

Program Overview

  • Course study and hands-on internship experience
  • Study of the design, production, and marketing of apparel
  • Preparation for a fast-paced career
  • Minor in Business Administration and minor emphasis in Art
  • Knowledge to effectively compete in today’s job market


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Coursework, assignments, a portfolio, and internship experience prepare students for the apparel and merchandising industry.

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There are a wide variety of career options with a degree in fashion merchandising.

  • Fashion Director
  • Fashion Editor
  • Retail Department Manager
  • Merchandiser for a Manufacturer Buyer
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Entrepreneur
  • Sales Representative

Outstanding Alumni:


Jan Haynes, PhD
Professor of Fashion Merchandising

James M. Ewing Hall 113
Cleveland, MS 38733
Phone 662-846-4322