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 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

Courses

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