Fashion Merchandising

To apply for admission to the Fashion & Interiors Merchandising program:

  • Log onto and create an account
  • Select Texas A&M University-Kingsville as your target university
  • Select College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Human Sciences  as first choice school
  • Select Human Sciences as major
  • Complete all admissions information screens
  • On page 9, under Custom Questions for this Institution, select Fashion & Interiors Merchandising as the Area of Emphasis (Concentration)

The Fashion Merchandising concentration is designed to prepare graduates for careers in business and industry. Opportunities are varied and include positions in retail, wholesale and product development, as well as promotion and other venues within the retail services industry.

Small class size allows blending of theory and practice through “hands on” learning. Student involvement in the Fashion and Interiors Merchandising Group is encouraged to provide more complete personal and professional development that enables students to compete successfully in the job market. Recently, students have participated in extracurricular activities, including Fashion Group International’s Dallas Career Day and Teen Vogue Fashion U in New York.

Career Opportunities

  • Retail management
  • Fashion buying
  • Visual merchandising
  • Merchandise coordination
  • Wholesale sales
  • Product development

Recent Internship Placements

  • Ralph Lauren Childrenswear
  • King Ranch Saddle Shop
  • Muse, Catos, Nordstrom
  • Luna Luz - New York
  • Three Fleur De Lys - New York
  • ShowOne - Shanghai, China
  • Javier Vicente/MAFE’s - Salamanca, Spain

Because our courses can change from time to time, it is important to keep in close contact with your advisor to learn about any alterations to your degree plan.

This page was last updated on: May 1, 2017