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Interested applicants must complete the online application form available at the Office of Graduate Studies. There is a $75 application fee.
Applicants for admission must meet the following requirements:
Candidates for admission must submit 3 letters of recommendation and a
personal statement describing interests, intellectual goals, and how
this program would meet their goals and objectives. A resume and a
writing sample (research paper from a senior level course) are required.
Portfolios may be required.
Admission to the Master of Science program is decided by the Graduate
Studies committee of faculty in the department. Admission to the
graduate program is competitive. Those who meet stated requirements are
not guaranteed admission, nor are those who fail to meet all of those
requirements necessarily precluded from admission if they offer other
appropriate strengths. While candidates for admission need not have
majored in fashion related areas previously, they will be expected to
possess the following:
** The application deadline for fall semester admission is August 24.
The MS in Fashion and Apparel Studies program makes attending the University of Delaware affordable through graduate assistantship and generously reduced tuition.
Applications received by February 1
will be considered for funding graduate assistantships. Please indicate your interest in the
appropriate section of the application.
For more information concerning our graduate
student stipends and tuition scholarships, please contact Dr. Huantian
Cao, Director of Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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