B.S. in Fashion Industry Science and Technology
If you have an eye for design, an acumen for spotting trends and a curiosity about how consumers respond to fashion, consider a major in Fashion Industry’s Science & Technology (FITS). This program immerses students in the symbiotic and dynamic relationships between fashion merchandisers, designers, journalists and technologists in order to build leaders passionate about propelling the fashion industry into the future.
Why Major in Fashion Industry Science and Technology?
A fashion student at The University of Arizona will study topics such as fashion merchandising, fashion design, and retail management while mastering skills in pattern making, sewing, textiles, and art. If you have an eye for art and style and have always wanted to learn more about how to create trend-setting styles, a degree in Fashion Industry Science and Technology could be perfect for you.
Our program also offers the opportunity to study abroad in Italy and France to study some of the most iconic names and brands in the fashion world. This program is sure to open your mind to the world of fashion, teach you valuable skills and techniques, and prepare you for a career in the fashion industry.
What Can You Do with a Degree in Natural Resources?
A degree in this Fashion Industry Science and Technology leads to a variety of careers including:
- Fashion Designer
- Textile Designer
- Product Developer
- Fashion Merchandiser
- Creative Director
- Retail Buyer
- Fashion Journalist
- Pattern Maker
- Product Manager
- Technical Writer
- Data Analyst
Fashion Industry Science and Technology Requirements
As a fashion student at the University of Arizona, you'll take unique and informative courses such as Digital Warrior, Design Warrior, Trends in Textiles, and Apparel Influencers. Courses required to complete a bachelor in Fashion Industry Science and Technology are subject to change, so remember to meet with your adviser to review your course plan regularly.
Turn Your Passion into a Profession
Discover the versatility of a major in Fashion Industry’s Science & Technology by talking to an adviser. They’re here to help you navigate the resources available to you, as well as for guidance, mentorship and student support.