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Do you aspire to work in the exciting world of fashion? Perhaps it's the business aspect that ignites your curiosity?
Whether you want to be a designer, an ecommerce marketer, a CEO or something else—if your dream is to work in fashion or retail, the University of Arizona has two unique degree programs to help you get there. Scroll down to learn about our B.A. degree in Fashion Industry's Science and Technology and our B.S. degree in Retailing and Consumer Science.
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Fashion Industry's Science and Technology
If you've always had a keen eye for art and style, and you want to unravel the secrets behind creating trend-setting styles, then this program is tailor-made for you! Students in Fashion Industry's Science and Technology will dive into topics like fashion design, fashion merchandising, and retail management as well as learn a variety of practical skills including pattern making, sewing, textiles, and art. Visit the careers page to explore all the possibilities for graduates with a Fashion Industry's Science and Technology degree.
Retailing and Consumer Science
As a Retailing & Consumer Science major, you'll dive into the fascinating realm of global retailing, consumer products and services, and the overall customer experience. You'll gain valuable insights into consumer behavior as it relates to the retail industry, while also honing your skills in business and marketing. You’ll learn to blend consumer-oriented retail business practices with creativity, strategic planning, and analytical skills, preparing you for a wide variety of career possibilities. Visit the careers page to learn more.
Ready to take the first step? Fill out the contact form to let us know you’re interested in a career in Fashion or Retail and Consumer Science.
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