Fashion Design & Merchandising

This dynamic program introduces students to the technical knowledge and skills needed to design, produce, purchase, promote and sell merchandise and accessories in the fashion industry.

Learn about the elements and principles of design, clothing fabrics and textiles, the use of color and texture, retail business merchandising, fashion illustration, visual merchandising, sewing and pattern making.

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Transform these skills into wearable garments, participate in various EVIT events such as the annual Spring Fashion Show. Qualified students also have the opportunity to participate in FCCLA to compete in various events during the FCCLA Spring Conference.

Get started! Enroll in the EVIT Fashion Design & Merchandising program.

Note: This is a dual enrollment course. For more information, visit the Dual Enrollment page. 

For announcements and updates on the Fashion Design & Merchandising program, text EVIT to 855-998-3848.

Course Code FIT11, FIT13, FIT25

Prerequisites  At least 6 high school credits, including 1 Math credit and 1 English credit
On track to graduate or a plan for graduation
2.0 GPA or equivalent standardized test scores 
Length 2-4 semesters

Campus Location EVIT Main Campus

Possible Careers Merchandiser, Fashion Designer, Store Window Designer, Sales, Stage and Set Assistant, Fabric/Textile Consultant, Sales & Distribution, Fashion Journalist, Retail Management, Interior Designer

Average Entry Level Salary $12-$20 per hour