Expand your Fashion Skills
You’ll learn to use creativity to experiment while developing basic skills in product-making, fashion business decision-making, applying historical contexts, design foundations, and materials. You’ll choose one of these three areas in developing skill depth: Fashion Corporate Business, Fashion Design, or Fashion Entrepreneurship.
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Curriculum and Courses
The co-major core consists of 21 credit hours, including choices in Fashion, Art, Textiles, and Business. Each student also chooses one of three option areas: Fashion Corporate Business, Fashion Design, or Fashion Entrepreneurship (16-20 additional credit hours).
These skills are applicable to design, merchandising, marketing, and management careers in the apparel, beauty, and retail industries.
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of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
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One of the reasons I like the fashion co-major is because it’s so broad. You take classes in making, drawing, textiles, business, history. Having exposure to everything makes me well rounded.
Eva Savovich '20
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You must be concurrently enrolled in and must complete another major at Miami University. Admission to the Fashion Co-Major is limited and by application (https://miamioh.formstack.com/forms/fashion_programs_application) only. You can apply as early as your second semester at Miami. In general, students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 to be considered for admission, but simply having the minimum GPA does not guarantee admission.
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