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Merchandising is the process of developing products and effectively promoting them to result in sales to customers. The retail merchandising and fashion product development curriculum offers coursework in both creative (product development and promotion) and analytical (sales performance and trend) areas of merchandising, with a focus on fashion products. Through this program, students learn how to navigate a career path in a fast paced, dynamic industry. Supervision, leadership, and management activities, in the context of fashion and retail careers, are emphasized.

Major Requirements:

Complete the following courses:

RFPD 1100 - Fashion and Culture
RFPD 2150 - Elementary Textiles
RFPD 3830 - Product Development, Evaluation, and Distribution
RFPD 3890 - Professional Career Search Strategies
RFPD 3910 - Work Experience in Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development
RFPD 4070 - Global Issues in Textile, Apparel, and Retail Industries
RFPD 4230 - Retail Merchandising- Promotional Strategy
RFPD 4300 - Fashion Buying and Assortment Planning
RFPD 4800 - Strategic Retail Policy
RFPD 4910 - Internship: Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development

Opportunities Upon Graduation

The retail merchandising and fashion product development program prepares you for retail management, marketing, distribution, and product development positions, such as buyer, store or corporate manager, visual merchandiser, manufacturer’s sales representative, and fashion coordinator.

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Gladys W and David H Patton College of Education

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US$22,406.00 (709,815 ฿) ต่อปี
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24 สิงหาคม 2020

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Ohio University

ATHENS,

Ohio,

45701, United States

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Students also have a paper based TOEFL score of 525 with a composition score of 5.

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If you 1) have or soon will receive a high school diploma from a chartered or accredited secondary school or a General Education Development (GED) diploma, and 2) have not been enrolled for 9 or more semester hours (or 12 or more quarter hours) of coursework at a college or university since completing secondary school, you are considered a freshman applicant. If you have earned credit for college courses as a high school student through one of the postsecondary enrollment options or other concurrent enrollment programs (such as College Credit Plus), you are still considered a freshman applicant with transfer credit.

If you are considering applying for admission to Ohio University, your high school background should include these college–prep courses: Four units of English, with an emphasis on composition; Four units of mathematics (including algebra II or higher; precalculus is encouraged for prospective engineering or business majors); Three units of social sciences (including .5 unit of American history and .5 unit of American government); Three units of natural sciences (including 1 unit of physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences, and 1 unit of advanced study; physics and chemistry are encouraged if you plan to pursue an engineering major); Two units of foreign language; One unit of visual or performing arts (art, band, chorus, music, orchestra, theater, etc.); Four units of other electives.

Ohio University requires a TOEFL score of 525 (paper), 71 (Internet), or IELTS 6.0 to be admitted to full–time academic classes.

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