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We award more than $200,000 annually in scholarships to incoming students.
Your assigned advisor will support you with academic planning throughout your time at Nebraska.
Career coaches can help you plan for a meaningful career built upon your degree program.
Apply what you’ve learned and gain practical experience through an internship. Students have completed internships with organizations such as F2NYC Accessories in New York City, Home Shopping Network in St. Petersburg, Florida and Sweat Ethic in Corona, California
Prepare for a career in a technology-dominated workplace by gaining experience with state-of-the-art industry software, including inventory control information systems, spreadsheet analysis and 3D Visual Merchant.
Explore culture, design and fashion in Germany, or gain insights into the apparel industry and fashion design in Korea during faculty-led global experiences.
Product Development I: Garment Assembly (TMFD 112)
Technical experience in stitch applications, garment construction and finishes and fundamental fit. Experiences in diverse disciplines within the department and their relation to global industries.
Color Studio: Theory and Practice (TMFD 145)
Explore color concepts in two- and three-dimensional formats. Emphasis on applications to visual merchandising, product development and fashion design.
Textile Testing and Evaluation (TMFD 406)
Physical and chemical analysis of textiles using standard testing procedures. The calculation, interpretation and evaluation of test results.
Body, Dress and Identity (TMFD 410)
Theories and research findings about the social, cultural and psychological aspects of clothing and appearance in relation to the self and others.
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