International Academy of Design & Technology- Orlando: Fashion Design & Merchandising.
Orlando, Florida
Fashion Design & Merchandising

The fashion design and merchandising curriculum at the International Academy of Design & Technolgy –Orlando takes a well-rounded approach to fashion education, providing students with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in areas such as fashion illustration, pattern drafting, draping, clothing construction, fashion history, merchandising, production methods and techniques, and textiles.
Fashion majors gain valuable experience using industry grade equipment in large facilities, where they can apply theoretical concepts, implement practical techniques, and exercise creative thinking to work through issues related to the functionality of marketable apparel.

What fashion related programs and degrees does International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando offer?
As of 2011, International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando offers the following degrees:
BFA Fashion Design & Merchandising

What’s the school’s contact information?
International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando
Fashion Design & Merchandising
6039 S. Rio Grande Ave.
Orlando, FL 32765
Phone: 407-857-2300

Type of school? Private

How much is tuition?
Tuition: $16,800
Room & Board: n/a

What is the typical student profile?
International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando total undergraduate students: 1,000
Fashion program students: 390

What are the requirements to enter program?
Program requires High School Diploma or GED.

How long does it take to complete program?
It usually takes four years to complete a B.S. degree, two years to complete a M.S. degree and two or more years to complete a Ph D program.

How many faculty members does International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando’s Fashion Design & Merchandising program have?
Faculty members: 11

What career placement services does International Academy of Design & Technology –Orlando provide?
Students can broaden their knowledge of fashion design and merchandising and improve their marketability in the work force by taking part in IADT –Orlando’s study abroad program with the American Continental University in Europe. On campus, individuals learn the skills and theory they need to successfully enter the work force after graduation, including fashion sketching, textiles for fashion, clothing construction, computer graphics for fashion, pattern drafting, salesmanship, and merchandise planning and inventory control.

All data is as of 2011.