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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fashion Merchandising and Management/Fashion and Apparel Studies 4+1 (BS/MS)

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University Requirements

College Requirements

CAS Second Writing Course: 3 Credits

(minimum grade C-)

This course must be taken after completion of 60 credit hours. Approved courses are designated in each semester’s Registration Booklet and in the UD Courses Search. See list of approved courses for the CAS Second Writing requirement .

Mathematics: 3 Credits

(minimum grade C-)

Intermediate Foreign Language: 0-12 Credits

Completion of intermediate level course (107 or 202) or higher, or exemption

College Breadth Requirements

(minimum grade C-)

A total of 28-29 credits from Groups A, B, C, and D are required, with a minimum of six credits in each group. The six credits from each group can be in the same area. If selected carefully, in consultation with your faculty advisor, some breadth courses (non-FASH) can simultaneously satisfy both University and College breadth requirements.

Group A: Creative Arts and Humanities

Group B: History and Cultural Change

  • Three credits (non-FASH) selected from approved CAS Group B list 3

Group C: Social and Behavioral Science

Group D: Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology

Fashion Merchandising Major Requirements

(minimum grade C-)

Accounting Course: 3-4 Credits

Choose from

Finance Course: 3 Credits

Choose from

Research Methods

  • A 600-800 level course, chosen in consultation with advisor 3

Research Analysis in Fashion Studies

  • FASH 800 - Research Analysis in Fashion Studies 3

Total Undergraduate Credits 124

Graduate Requirements

  • FASH 822 - Global Fashion Consumer 3
  • FASH 689 - Apparel Supply Chains and Social Responsibility 1
  • FASH 691 - Socially Responsible Apparel: Global Policy 1
  • FASH 692 - Sustaining Global Apparel Supply Chains or
  • FASH 695 - Bringing Social Responsibility to Apparel Corporate Culture 1
  • FASH 825 - Interdisciplinary Approaches to Creative Problem Solving 3
  • FASH 665 - Fashion Studies Graduate Seminar 1
  • FASH 868 - Supervised Research in Fashion Studies 3
  • Special Interest Electives 600-800 level courses (may be inside or outside of the department) 6

Total 4+1 Credits 143

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