Texas Womens University (Twu) Department Of Fashion And Textiles
During the 20th century, dressmaking evolved into product development, variety store evolved into mass merchandisers, and textile production shifted from the use of natural fibers to manufactured fibers to microfibers. Throughout it all, TWU has maintained programs in the areas of fashion design and fashion merchandising. In the 21st century, TWU continues that tradition through its established Programs in Fashion and Textiles.
Whether you have a flair for design or an interest in merchandising and marketing, you’ll find a variety of career opportunities in the dynamic, creative, and challenging world of fashion. The fashion industry is made up of diverse, team-oriented businesses that depend on people who possess creative ideas, technical skills, product knowledge, high levels of energy, and good business judgment.Fashion and Textiles at Texas Woman’s University is dedicated to serving the needs of students focused on a career in the fashion industry. Degree programs are designed to provide students with the education and technical skills needed for a career in a fast-paced, exciting, global industry.Career opportunities in the U.S. and around the world are diverse, graduates of fashion programs work as merchandisers, buyers, apparel designers, accessory designers, pattern makers, sales representatives, store managers, wholesalers, merchandise planners and analysts, merchandise allocators, product developers, apparel production coordinators, fashion coordinators, quality assurance technicians, entrepreneurs, company owners, and university faculty members.
Old Main Building 415
Denton, TX US