Fashion & Interiors (B.S.)

Residential Program

The Bachelor’s of Science in Fashion & Interiors has three concentrations in its major: Fashion Merchandising, Interior Design, and Fashion Design.

The Fashion Merchandising concentration seeks to prepare Christ-centered professionals for the fashion apparel industry in product development, management, merchandising, and distribution.

The Interior Design concentration at Liberty University seeks to prepare Christ-centered professionals with skills to design innovative, functional, and environmentally responsible interior environments. The focus will be on preparation for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification licensing examination. 

The Fashion Design concentration seeks to prepare professionals for the fashion apparel industry with a focus on unique individual designs in an educational setting that finds its basis in Biblical values.

Academic Information


Sampling of program courses:

  • Design and Construction I for Interiors or Apparel: FACS 221/FACS 222
  • Textiles: Fibers and Fabrics: FACS 320
  • Materials and Specification: FACS 345
  • Apparel Illustration and Design: FACS 420
  • Fashion Promotion and Visual Merchandising: FACS 423

Programs of Study (DCP)

Career Opportunities

Fashion Merchandising

Interior Design

Fashion Design

  • Buyer
  • Visual Display
  • Retail Manager
  • Sales Representative
  • Stylist
  • Retail Furniture & Accessories
  • Sales Representative
  • Kitchen Design
  • Space Planning
  • Specialty Design: Lighting, Flooring, Historic Preservation
  • Apparel Designer
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Clothing Constructionist
  • Boutique Entrepreneur
  • Sample Maker