Earning a Master of Arts in Fashion Design and Technology
The Master of Arts in Fashion Design and Technology provides students with a firm foundation in critical theories and trends, as well as the practical application and problem solving involved in fashion systems. Students are exposed to various approaches in the field, provided with a historical overview of the field and industry, and are introduced to the principles of a wide range of strategies for design and construction.
A graduate student in the College of Arts and Humanities may take only one tutorial or independent study course and may enroll in a maximum of nine graduate credit hours per semester. A student may not receive graduate credit for any course designated as a dually-enrolled course if that student received credit for the undergraduate version of that course.
One-Year Fast Track Option
Students now have the opportunity to earn a Master of Arts degree in Fashion Design and Technology in just one year, with our new fast track program. The MA in Fashion Design and Technology requires 30 credit hours. This flexibility allows you to combine online with traditional classroom courses in a schedule that works for you.
Please note, in order to be considered for the Fast Track option students must possess an undergraduate degree in the area of specialization or a related field with extensive coursework; have a 3.5 GPA in their major coursework or submit GRE test results.