Fashion Design and Merchandising Minor
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The Career Potential
With a minor in Fashion Design and Merchandising, you can pursue a variety of career paths, including:
- Clothing designer
- Footwear designer
- Accessory designer
- Furnishings designer
- Assistant buyer
- Visual team associate
- Merchandise coordinator
- A dedicated studio and apparel construction lab with a classroom of Bernina Activa 240 sewing stations as well as other industry technology.
- BabyLock Imagine serger, Bernina Industrial sewing machine, Coverstitch with Jet Air, blind hemmer and industry specified dress forms for draping and construction.
- My Label 3-D pattern software and Bernina Embroidery software.
- A computer studio with Kaledo, Modaris and Diamino CAD software as well as a large format plotter printer for patterns.
Villa students are always making new and exciting pieces that showcase their talents and apply their skills in practical environments.