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Each day we receive emails from aspiring fashion designers asking us for advice as to which fashion design schools are the “best” in the US, a given state, or in a particular area of the country.  As such advice is difficult to provide on an individual basis, we have instead created this list of the Top 75 Fashion Design School Programs in the US.

Georgia Schools with Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising

At we have profiled colleges across the US that offer fashion design and fashion merchandising related programs. Below is a list of profiles of Georgia colleges:

Savannah College of Art & Design

Savannah College of Art & Design: Fashion Design/Accessory Design/ Fashion Marketing and Management/ Menswear Design.
Savannah, Georgia
School of Fashion

Accessory design majors at Savannah College of Art & Design are trained in two and three-dimensional design with the ultimate goal of constructing functional, high-quality, marketable accessories. The fashion design program at SCAD, one of the largest in the country, takes a well-rounded approach to the fashion industry. A main focus of the design program is to assist students in developing creative thinking skills while gaining hands on experience in the practical aspects of fashion design. Students in the fashion marketing and management program are prepared to enter the global fashion market in careers that combine many aspects of fashion including business and marketing. The fashion marketing and management curriculum reflects the demands of changing trends of hard and soft line products.

Brenau University

Brenau University: Fashion Design.
Gainesville, Georgia
Fashion Design

The fashion design curriculum at Brenau University is designed to give students a solid foundation in liberal arts while giving them the opportunity to choose an area of focus in the fashion field. The department of fashion design prepares students for careers in product development, manufacturing, sourcing, and styling.

University of Georgia

University of Georgia: Fashion Merchandising/Global Soft Goods Emphasis/ Furnishings and Interiors.
Athens, Georgia
Department of Textiles, Merchandising, & Interiors

The fashion program at University of Georgia offers a diverse curriculum that takes a comprehensive approach to fashion merchandising and interior design, including residential kitchen and bath design. Students pursuing the merchandising program with a global soft goods emphasis are trained in global sourcing, logistics, and production. Fashion majors have the opportunity to take courses that challenge them to create historic apparel and assist in the production of textile exhibits on and off campus.

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