"What Can I Do With a Major in...Fashion Textiles & Clothing?"
Why Major in Fashion Textiles & Clothing in Business?
The graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Fashion: Textiles and Clothing in Business will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Communicate and collaborate effectively in both individual and team settings in a creative environment.
- Demonstrate professional qualities that are socially, ethically and responsibly moral in a diverse society.
- Use technology to create and present materials, organize and analyze data, and manage the production of soft goods from development through retail consumption.
- Demonstrate awareness of constant changes within the global fashion market and the need for sustainable materials in textile products.
- Interact effectively with co-workers, supervisors and customers to solve problems that lead to effective management and leadership.
Related Career Titles
|Advertising Copywriter||Market Researcher|
|Apparel Designer||Marketing Representative|
|Apparel Production||Media Sales Executive|
|Assistant Buyer||Merchandise Buyer|
|Costume designer||Merchandise Manager|
|Design Assistant||Merchandise Production Engineer|
|Fabric Analyst||Pattern Designer|
|Fashion Buyer||Product Coordinator|
|Fashion Coordinator||Product Manager|
|Fashion Designer||Public Relations Executive|
|Fashion Editor||Quality Assurance|
|Fashion Manager||Sales Management|
|Imaging Assistant||Textile Merchandising Executive|
|Import Coordinator||Trend Coordinator|
|Manager Quality Control||Wardrobe Supervisor|
|Market Research Trainee|
Related Job Listings/Job Search Website
American Apparel and Footwear Association
American Fiber Manufacturers Association
American Textile Machinery Association
American Yarn Spinning Association
Costume Society of America
Custom Tailors and Designers Association of America
Daily News Record Men's Fashion
EURATEX (European Apparel and Textile Association)
Fashion Business Association (UCM)
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
Fashion Institute of Technology
Fashion Jobs.com USA
Institute of Textile Technology
International Textile and Apparel Association, Inc.
International Textile Manufacturers Federation
International Wool Textile Organization
National Costumers Association
National Cotton Council
National Retail Federation
Round Bobbin News
Synthetic Yarn & Fiber Assn.
The Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
The Carpet and Rug Institute
The Fashion Group International
The Wool Bureau
Four-Year Academic Plan
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