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Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising and Management

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FASH Students conducting a Pop Up Shop at the UD Bookstore

​FASH Students conducting a Pop Up Shop at the UD Bookstore

​Fashion Merchandising and Management students study fashion management relative to planning, development, sourcing, distribution, and communication of fashion products in the global environment. Exploration of a wide variety of topics is central to our goal. To view the Fashion Merchandising and Management curriculum, please refer to the  course catalogfor additional information.

  • Research and evaluate consumer markets
  • Thorough comprehension of product development and forecasting
  • Analyze apparel products and assess quality
  • Develop merchandising and buying plans
  • Exposure to industry software utilized for merchandise planning
  • Understanding of apparel industry channels
  • Develop solutions for current industry challenges
  • Central focus on social responsibility platforms and their industry impact
  • Explore and assess the global apparel industry

Career Tracks

Account Assistant |  Accountability Associate | Account Executive | Account Manager | Account Services Coordinator | Allocator | Assistant Brand Manager | Assistant Buyer | Assistant Department Manager | Assistant Merchandiser | Assistant Stylist | Assortment Planner | Brand Manager | Business Analyst | Club Assistant | Color Analyst | Commodity Broker | Consumer Promotions Manager | Consumer Research Manager | Customer Engagement Analyst | Digital Category Manager | Digital Merchant Assistant | Director of Operations | Distribution Analyst | East Coast Retail Coordinator | E-Commerce Executive | Entrepreneur | Fashion Account Coordinator | Fashion Journalism | Forecasting Manager | Freelance Consultant | Global Project Manager | Graphic Design Consultant | Human Resources Manager | Interior Design | International Manager | International Wholesale Assistant | Lead Stylist and Showroom Sales | Manager in Training (MIT) | Marketing Director | Materials Manager | Merchandise Assistant | Merchandising Buyer | New Market Analyst | Omni Buying Coordinator | Product Assistant | Product Coordinator | Product Development Manager | Product Licensing Coordinator | Product Line Manager | Production Manager | Public Relations | Quality Control Manager | Regional Manager | Sales Manager | Social Responsibility Manager | Sourcing Manager | Store Director | Strategic Partnerships Manager | Stylist | Supplier Account Manager | Sustainability Specialist | Visual Merchandiser | Wholesale Representative | Women's Buying Assistant

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  • Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies
  • 211 Alison Hall West
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8713
  • United States Fashion Industry Association