List of Virginia area schools offering degree programs in fashion design, fashion marketing, fashion merchandising, and more.

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Commonwealth University: Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising
Richmond, Virginia
Department of Fashion Design & Merchandising

The Fashion Design and Merchandising program at Virginia Commonwealth University provides students with the skills to succeed in the fashion industry. Students develop a global perspective and critical thinking skills to analyze and solve fashion merchandising problems. The curriculum is project and simulation driven to allow for hands-on experience that addresses contemporary issues discussed by critics and clients.

The Art Institute of Virginia Beach

The Art Institute of Virginia Beach: Fashion Retail Management
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Department of Fashion & Retail Management

The Fashion Retail Management program at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach focuses on interpersonal skills, marketing, and management to prepare students for careers in the retail industry. Students learn critical thinking and problem solving skills through a market-driven curriculum that combines coursework with technological applications. Graduates leave the program with a strong academic and professional foundation to prepare them for success.

Marymount University

Marymount University: Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising
Arlington, Virginia
Fashion Design & Merchandising

The Fashion Design program at Marymount University prepares students for entry-level careers in the industry as assistant designers in product development and manufacturing firms. The Fashion Merchandising program provides the skills needed for fields such as product development, writing and media, visual merchandising, buying, management, and international trade. Required internships and study abroad provide opportunities for networking and professional development.

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