Graduates find jobs in buying, visual display management, product development and styling. Some alumni have gone on to work in New York City with labels such as Betsey Johnson and Mint, a fashion line created by Baylor alumna Jodi Arnold.
Each spring, students apply concepts learned in the classroom to plan a departmental fashion show. Students oversee the public relations, ticket sales, commentary, programs, and training of models. Student designers provide the garments for the show.
Apparel Merchandising students can live at the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center in North Village. Living-Learning Centers are residence halls designed for students of common academic or extracurricular interests.
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