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Students have the opportunity to learn all aspects of fashion business from our department professors and guest speakers who are leaders in the fashion industry!
Fashion Management minor focuses on the business aspects of the fashion
industry with a broad scope of related topics to give students a
foundational understanding of this complex industry. The fashion
industry continues to change in relation to consumer preferences,
technology innovations, global scope of business and many other
complexities. Courses for the minor give students a comprehensive
foundation in product development, sustainability, business, global
impact, sourcing, trade and branding.
The minor is open to
students majoring in any academic discipline (except Fashion
Merchandising Majors) and across all colleges. The minor is awarded only
to students who have applied and been admitted to the program.
Applications to be admitted into the minor are submitted on-line through
Admission will be based on the cumulative GPA of 2.0 and
the completion of at least 28 credits at the University of Delaware
prior to application.
A total of 18 credits of course work is
required. Students must attain a minimum grade of C- in all courses
included in the minor.
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