Fashion Merchandising Bachelor of Science
The business of fashion is complex, fast-paced and profitable. Don’t mistake this for a garment construction program — our comprehensive, business-oriented curriculum provides students with an in-depth look into the fashion industry. This includes courses in fashion history, product line development, buying and planning, distribution, visual merchandising, textiles, styling, and brand marketing. It’s our mission to prepare students for professional fashion careers or graduate education by providing teaching excellence that advances creativity, global awareness and current business practices.
Our majors can spend their first three years in Erie and their final year in New York City to graduate with two degrees — a bachelor’s degree from Mercyhurst and an associate degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Fashion majors love to travel. Our students enjoy annual trips to fashion capitals of the world, visiting cities like New York City, Paris, London and Milan.
Students can now choose to study in Paris, France, during their senior year? Students in this 3+1 program earn two bachelor’s degrees — a B.S. in fashion merchandising (Mercyhurst) and a bachelor’s in fashion and luxury retail management (American Business School of Paris).
Hannah came to Mercyhurst because she appreciated the opportunity we provide for students to SERVE. Through her experience serving others, she knows exactly what she wants to do after college as a career.
Fashion Merchandising students welcome future Lakers to their "house" in this fun lib dub video.
This little blog of ours is a condensed diary of outfits, work, inspiration, and travel here at Mercyhurst University