Ball State's graduate program in fashion offers you a well-rounded education in all areas of fashion. Classes take place in our outstanding classrooms including newly renovated design and construction labs, which are equipped with much of the same equipment and software used in the fashion industry.
The graduate program in fashion will prepare you for various careers in the fashion industry such as store/fabric manager, retail/textile buyer, merchandise manager, visual merchandiser, and other advanced positions in the industry. In our program, you'll build the knowledge you need to make sound buying, merchandising, marketing, and management decisions by learning about today's fashion markets, fashion forecasting, fashion business application strategies, fashion theories and fashion product development trends in the fashion and apparel industries.
Our Beeman Historic Costume Collection will provide you with the opportunity to learn about museum studies for apparel and textiles collections opportunity to become skillful in identifying and evaluating theories and practices in museums that have apparel and textiles collections
For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Harden, Director of the Master of Fashion Program.