Fashion Merchandising
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Faculty Spotlight

Nancy Morris
Faculty
Dr. Nancy Morris is an associate professor of fashion merchandising. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University, Master of Science and...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more
Dr. Daniel Fox
Faculty
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Marketing/Hospitality Management/Fashion Merchandising. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both...Read more

Careers in Fashion Merchandising

Where Our Grads Have Worked

• Abercrombie & Fitch
• Coach
• Guess
• Hollister
• Nike Inc.
• Polo Ralph Lauren
• Victoria’s Secret

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Carreer Opportunities

• Apparel Product Developer
• Assistant Buyer
• Boutique Owner
• Buyer
• Department Manager
• Events Organizer
• Fashion Consultant
• Management Trainee
• Store Allocator
• Sales Representative
• Visual Merchandiser

Contact Information

Fashion Merchandising Department

Dr. Dan Fox, Chair
Dauch College of Business & Economics
401 College Ave.
Ashland, OH 44805

dfox1@ashland.edu
419.207.6331

Student Spotlight

Shelby Kessinger
The opportunities that are available to a fashion student are remarkable; I have been given the tools to succeed in the world of fashion by completing an...Read more

Ranked in top 20 percent 

Opportunities in New York & Paris

Ashland University's Fashion Merchandising program ranked in the top 20 percent of fashion merchandising programs in the U.S. in 2013 by Fashion-Schools.org.

Get immersed in a curriculum of fashion analysis, textiles and fashion evolution, as well as business courses in marketing, retail merchandising and advertising.  You may even study in New York City or Paris, and when you graduate, you'll be ready to begin a career in merchandising, buying retail, management and more.

Through an affiliate program, you can take your junior year to complete an associate of arts degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and return to Ashland to finish your bachelor’s degree. Or, spend a month in Paris at the Paris Fashion Institute earning credits that transfer to Ashland. When you graduate, you’ll be ready to begin your career bringing the latest fashions to the marketplace.   Read More....

The Lima News featured an article on Patcharaporn Soisangwan, a fashion designer who graduated from Ashland University.

The Jan. 11 issue of the Lima News featured an article on Patcharaporn Soisangwan, a 2011 graduate of Ashland University who is a fashion designer. Soisangwan received a bachelor of science in fashion merchandising from AU in 2011. 

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