What is Fashion, Dress and Merchandising at WVU like?
As a whole, the Fashion, Dress and Merchandising program focuses on the fashion industry, including how products and services are produced, distributed and promoted to consumers.
Find your focus in one of two areas of emphasis.
Fashion, Dress and Merchandising program highlights:
At a Glance
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
School of Design and Community Development
Design and Merchandising
Fashion, Dress and Merchandising
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Areas of Emphasis
Tailor this major to your interests by taking courses in one of these areas:
From patternmaking to draping to sewing, Fashion Design students learn practical and technical skills necessary to take a design from concept to finished garment.
With business courses built into the curriculum, Fashion Merchandising students become savvy professionals with creative and critical thinking skills necessary to display visually appealing, on-trend looks in a variety of retail settings.