2016- Prior B.A. in Family and Consumer Sciences- Fashion Merchandising Option 

The Field of Fashion Merchandising

The Fashion Merchandising program focuses on preparing students for a wide variety of careers related to marketing, management, buying, and selling of fashion goods. It combines product and industry knowledge with business, communication, and computer skills. Job opportunities include buyers, merchandisers, store managers, product developers, and fashion consultants, as well as other positions in today's competitive and global environment. The curriculum is built upon the Mega Goals for Four-Year programs developed by the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) and recommendations from fashion industry experts.

Lower Division Required Courses 

  • FM 20 (Textile Science) 3 units
  • FM 21 (Fashion Merchandising Fundamentals) 3 units
  • ECON 40 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 units
  • ACCT 4A (Financial Accounting Principles and Systems) 3 units
  • ART 13 (Design) 3 units

Upper Division Required Courses

  • FM 120 (Social and Psychological Aspects of Clothing) 3 units
  • FM 126 (History of Costume) 3 units 
  • FM 127 (Fashion Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 128 (Visual Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 130 (Fashion Study Tours) 3 units
  • FM 133 (Textile/ Apparel Economics) 3 units
  • FM 134 (Fashion Retail Buying) 3 units
  • BA 105W (Business Communication) 3 units or ENGL 160W (Writing Workshop) 3 units
  • MKTG 100S (Marketing Concepts) 4 units
  • MGT 104 (Administrative Principles of Management) 3 units

 

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2017-2018 B.A. in Fashion Merchandising

Lower Division Required Courses 

  • FM 20 (Textile Science) 3 units
  • FM 21 (Fashion Merchandising Fundamentals) 3 units
  • ECON 40 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 units
  • ACCT 4A (Financial Accounting Principles and Systems) 3 units
  • ART 13 (Design) 3 units

Upper Division Required Courses

  • FM 120 (Social and Psychological Aspects of Clothing) 3 units
  • FM 126 (History of Costume) 3 units 
  • FM 127 (Fashion Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 128 (Visual Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 130 (Fashion Study Tours) 3 units
  • FM 133 (Textile/ Apparel Economics) 3 units
  • FM 134 (Fashion Retail Buying) 3 units
  • BA 105W (Business Communication) 3 units or ENGL 160W (Writing Workshop) 3 units
  • MKTG 100S (Marketing Concepts) 4 units
  • MGT 104 (Administrative Principles of Management) 3 units

 To find the 2017-2018 Flowchart, please click here.

2018-2019 B.A. in Fashion Merchandising

Lower Division Required Courses 

  • FM 20 (Textile Science) 3 units
  • FM 21 (Fashion Merchandising Fundamentals) 3 units
  • ECON 40 (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 units
  • ACCT 4A (Financial Accounting Principles and Systems) 3 units
  • ART 13 (Design) 3 units

Upper Division Required Courses

  • FM 120 (Social and Psychological Aspects of Clothing) 3 units
  • FM 123 (Fashion Analysis) 3 units
  • FM 126 (History of Costume) 3 units 
  • FM 127 (Fashion Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 128 (Visual Merchandising) 3 units
  • FM 130 (Fashion Study Tours) 3 units
  • FM 134 (Fashion Retail Buying) 3 units
  • FM 140 (Fashion Entrepreneurship) 3 units 
  • BA 105W (Business Communication) 3 units or ENGL 160W (Writing Workshop) 3 units
  • MKTG 100S (Marketing Concepts) 4 units
  • MKTG 101 (Market Research) 4 units 
  • MKTG 110 (Consumer Behavior) 4 units
  • MKTG 130 (Retail Managing and Merchandising) 4 units
  • MKTG 160 (Professional Selling and Sales Management) 4 units 
  • MGT 104 (Administrative Principles of Management) 3 units

Upper Division Elective Courses 

  • FM 190 (Independent Study) 
  • FM 195 (Internship) 
  • MKTG 114 (Principles of Logistics and Supply Chain) 4 units
  • MKTG 132 (Promotion Mix: Principles and Practices) 4 units
  • MKTG 140 (Global Marketing) 4 units
  • MKTG 153 (E-Marketing Technologies and Social Media) 4 units
  • MKTG 164 (Profitability and Pricing) 4 units
  • MKTG 166 (Principles and Practices of Branding) 4 units

To find the 2018-2019 Flowchart, please click here.