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The Visiting Student Program is a cooperative arrangement between the University of Delaware (UD) and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) that provides an opportunity for students to attend FIT for one year without the necessity to transfer. Courses taken at FIT are applied toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Merchandising and Management or Fashion Design and Product Innovation at the University of Delaware. Students who successfully complete the prescribed courses at both institutions qualify for an Associate degree from FIT and a Bachelor degree from UD. The fashion programs at the University of Delaware and the FIT visiting student program complement each other.
The application process begins in the fall of the student's sophomore year with the FIT application due on December 31. Students must have a 3.0 GPA or above to apply and have met with the UD FIT liaison before applying.
The following three FIT associate degree programs are offered to students majoring in fashion merchandising and apparel design:
These FIT options give students an opportunity to broaden their educational background and to gain additional knowledge about the fashion industry in one of t he world's largest fashion centers. While attending FIT, students have direct exposure to prominent designers and retailers in the realm of fashion. The year in New York also provides students with diverse cultural experiences.
Early advisement and planning for the FIT Visiting Student program are required. Students must inform their Fashion and Apparel Studies academic advisors of their intent to participate in the FIT Visiting Student program.
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Fashion Design Major
FASH FIT One-Year Business Major
Textile Development and Marketing Major