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BS in Apparel and Merchandising

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Apparel and Merchandising was a bachelor’s degree program to teach students about different aspects of the apparel and merchandising trade. The degree program had two concentrations which students could take: Apparel Design and Production and Merchandising.

In the years since graduation, the program has been changed from a Bachelor of Applied Science degree to the more common (and easily understood) Bachelor of Science degree.

  • AM 101 Fashion Industries
  • AM 120 Textiles
  • AM 207 Apparel Production Fundamentals
  • AM 208A Shirt, Blouse, Dress Lab
  • AM 208B Women’s Pants, Skirt lab
  • AM 242 Fashion Design and Visual Analysis
  • AM 313 Apparel Production Processes
  • AM 314 Apparel Production
  • AM 321 Advanced Textiles
  • AM 330 Textile and Apparel Economics
  • AM 340 Computer Aided Apparel Design
  • AM 341 Flat Pattern Design
  • AM 342 Computer Aided Fabric Design
  • AM 363 Historic Costume
  • AM 377 Professional Skill Development
  • AM 384 Supervised College Teaching
  • AM 415 Tailoring
  • AM 440 Fashion Illustration
  • AM 445 Draping Design
  • AM 446 Apparel Design and Production
  • AM 450 Social-Psychological Aspects of Clothing
  • AM 460 Historic Textiles
  • AM 496DV Group Study: Textiles & Clothing
  • AM 542 Advanced Computer Aided Textile Design
  • AR 101 Visual Form
  • AR 135 Introduction to Drawing
  • C 103 Chemistry in Context
  • C 104 Chemistry in Context Lab
  • DM 487BV Internship – Apparel Design
  • DM 492 Pre-internship Seminar
  • EC 102 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ER 130 Geologic Environment and Society
  • FT 230 Alcoholic Beverage Techniques and Control
  • HC 310 Consumer Economics
  • PL 318 Aesthetics/Visual Arts
  • PY 320 Abnormal Psychology
  • SP 200 Public Speaking and Discussion