North Carolina

List of North Carolina schools offering degree programs in fashion design, fashion marketing, fashion merchandising, and more.

Mars Hill College

Mars Hill College: Fashion and Interior Merchandising
Mars Hill, North Carolina
Fashion & Interior Merchandising

The Fashion and Interior Merchandising program at Mars Hill College features a broad-based curriculum with a focus on fashion, business, technology, and design in the apparel and interiors industry.  Classes emphasize critical and analytical thinking, problem solving, and creative development.  By helping students develop skills and abilities for success, the program’s instruction prepares students for active careers in fashion.

North Carolina State University,

North Carolina State University: Fashion & Textile Management, Fashion Development and Product Management/Brand Management and Marketing/Retail and Supply Chain, Textile Technology Design
Raleigh, North Carolina
Department of Textile & Apparel Technology & Management, College of Textiles

North Carolina State University’s Department of Textile and Apparel Technology & Management prepares students for careers in the fiber, textile, apparel, and retail industries.  Students learn the fundamental scientific, technological, and management principles that they will need to succeed, as well as the ability to solve difficult managerial and technological problems.  The program also features a focus on research and the transfer of new knowledge to the industry and society.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Consumer, Apparel, & Retail Studies, Apparel Product Design/Retailing & Consumer Studies/Global Apparel & Related Industries Studies
Greensboro, North Carolina
Department of Consumer, Apparel, & Retail Studies

The Consumer, Apparel, & Retail Studies program at University of North Carolina at Greensboro prepares students for global careers with practical learning experiences and community involvement.  Qualified faculty members work closely with students, advising and acting as mentors in their academic studies.  Students can choose between three concentrations in the program: Apparel Product Design, Retailing & Consumer Studies, or Global Apparel & Related Industries Studies.

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