Graduate Degree Program Summary
Graduate degrees offered
- M.A. in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design
- M.S. in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design
- Ph.D. in Human Sciences with a specialization in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design*
AreasAreas of Study
- Textile History (emphasis in quilt studies)
- Textile Science
- Textile and Apparel Design
Distance Education OpportunitiesM.A. with this area of study only:
- Textile History with an emphasis in quilt studies
- Merchandising (GPIDEA)
Application checklist and deadlines
Required by the Office of Graduate Studies
- Application for Graduate Admission
- $50 non-refundable application processing fee
- One set of transcripts, uploaded to MyRED (see upload requirements)
- If your native language is not English: verification of English proficiency
- If you are not a US citizen and you expect to hold an F or J visa: financial resource information
See also: steps to admission.
Required by Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design in GAMES
After you apply, allow one business day for us to establish your access to GAMES, where you'll complete these departmental requirements:
Application Deadlines for Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design
|For priority consideration||Fall: February 1 Spring: October 1|
|Otherwise||Rolling admissions, contact the department for more information.|
Department resources include apparel design studios, screen-printing, weaving and digital textile printing studios, historic textile and costume collections with over 5,000 pieces maintained in a state-of-the-art climate controlled environment, well-equipped computer aided design, and textile testing and processing laboratories. Internship opportunities in industry, government, museum and gallery settings, as well as domestic and international study programs are available.
The Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery showcases apparel and textile design work by students, faculty, and invited artists and designers. The International Quilt Study Center and Museum's collections boast over 3,000 antique and contemporary quilts and comprise an unparalleled resource available to students. The collection, which includes objects spanning more than two centuries, forms the research base for graduate degree programs in textile history and quilt studies.
Courses and MoreStudents in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design are most likely to take courses in:Course Catalog in the Graduate Bulletin.
Students will work with an advisor to create a Program of Studies or Memorandum of Courses during the first half of their coursework.
Faculty and research
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