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The final step before graduation is a semester-long internship in the fashion merchandising and apparel design field. The internship (FMAD 4790) is 12 credit hours and cannot be taken with other coursework or academic requirements. The student is responsible for registering for FMAD 4790 but will be denied eligibility if he/she has not successfully fulfilled all academic requirements prior to registering for the course. The internship must be a full-time position, paying or non-paying, at 35 to 40 hours per week. Merchandising emphasis students can work in any capacity in fashion or related industries. Design emphasis students must intern in a design-related position. All internships must have prior approval from the internship professor.

Students must attend an information session the semester prior to the semester he/she will complete their internship. During the information session, students will receive pertinent information regarding their internship.

Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design

Tom James Company
Long Slow Exhale, Paramount Pictures, Costume PA
Mamie Ruth and M. Liz Jewelry Studios & Boutique
Yoni Intimacy
Alton Lane
Forever 21 – Carolina Place Mall
AmericaMart/ Atlanta Apparel
Naked South Boutique
KJ Clothier
The White Magnolia, Savannah, Georgia
Madame Couture Boutique
The Posh Loft LLC
David Bridal
Beloved The Label
Sparkle & Sass
UnCommon Fashion
House of Perna
Kyndal Day Personal Stylist
Ex Voto Vintage
Taredown 360
Megan’s Boutique
Connoisseur Paris
Girlie Girl Prom
Music Video
Dish Boutique
Unique Fashion
Hannah Gotz Studio
Venus Fashion
Lilly Pulitzer
Mame Ruth
Lizard Thicket
Bel Fiore Bridal
Factory PR
Bel Fiore Bridal
Tech Corner

Last updated: 11/2/2022