Textiles, Fashion Merchandising, and Design M.S.

A degree in Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design covers the entire supply chain, preparing you for the wide range of careers the industry offers.Choose from three specializations that offer advanced study in areas ranging from color science and quality control, to history and conservation, to retailing and consumer behavior. The department offers a Master of Science degree with thesis (30 credits) and non-thesis (33 credits) options.


Specializations

  • Textile Science
  • Historic Costume and Textiles, Textile Conservation, and Cultural Analysis
  • Fashion Merchandising

Classes Offered

  • Kingston Campus
  • Days and Evenings

Time to Completion

  • Full-time: 2 years
  • Part-time: 3 years

Application Deadline

  • Fall admission: February 1 for international students, July 1 for domestic students
  • Spring admission: July 1 for international students, November 1 for domestic students
  • To be considered for financial assistance: February 1