Minor in Family & Consumer Sciences – Clothing & Textiles
Residential Minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – Clothing and Textiles
Pursue your passion for fashion and design with a minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – Clothing & Textiles. In this program, you will discover the multi-faceted aspects of the global fashion industry, and gain relevant, hands-on fashion industry experience.
Find your own path as you learn about various components of the fashion industry and choose the classes that interest you the most.
Gain Skills In:
- Fashion Forecasting
- Visual Merchandising
- Fashion Promotion
- Design & Construction of Apparel
- Psychological & Sociological Aspects of Clothing
- Costume History
*This minor is available to all undergraduate students except those in the B.S in Fashion major.
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – Clothing and Textiles
- 15 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured FACS Courses
- Design and Construction I for Apparel (FACS 222)
- Textiles: Fibers and Fabrics (FACS 320)
- Psycho-Social Aspects of Clothing (FACS 325)
- Fashion Promotion and Visual Merchandising (FACS 423)
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