Kansas State University: Apparel & Textiles/ Apparel Design and Production/ Apparel Marketing
Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design
Kansas State University’s fashion program incorporates fields of study that deal with the relationship between humans and their environment. Professional faculty members, with specializations in apparel design, apparel marketing, textiles and product development, share the common goal of providing students with quality coursework underpinned by a devotion to environmental ethics and responsibility.
What fashion related programs and degrees does Kansas State University offer?
As of 2011, Kansas State University offers the following degrees:
B.S. Apparel & Textiles/ Specialization in Apparel Design and Production
B.S. Apparel & Textiles/ Specialization in Apparel Marketing
What’s the school’s contact information?
Kansas State University
Apparel, Textiles & Interior Design
225 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1405
Type of school? Public
How much is tuition?
Room & Board: $6,752
What is the typical student profile?
Kansas State University total undergraduate students: 19,000
Fashion program students: 235
What are the requirements to enter program?
Apparel design and production specialization requires admission to Kansas State University and selective advancement testing after the second year. Apparel Marketing specialization requires admission to Kansas State University.
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 Kansas State University’s Apparel & Textiles Specialization in Apparel Design in Production/ Apparel Marketing have?
Faculty members: 9
What career placement services does Kansas State provide?
All majors are required to complete an internship program before graduation. Typically, students place at well-known national retail chains. Apparel and textiles majors have the opportunity to network with professional faculty members with a diverse range of specializations, including textiles and product development, textiles surface design, sustainable consumer behavior and consumption, and retail strategies.
All data is as of 2011.