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Students in the minor program receive grounding in the history, social context and economics of the contemporary fashion industry. They also have the option of pursuing more focused classes designed to introduce students to a variety of roles in this important industry: fashion history, fashion industry business practices, and fashion design and production. Among the subjects that may be related to the students' majors are marketing and merchandising, costuming, wearable technology, sustainability, management and leadership, international experience, and fashion and culture. Due to the relationship of these subjects to a wide variety of on-campus disciplines, students from many parts of the university will be able to supplement their major with closely related classes in a fashion minor, creating a strong foundation for a variety of careers. Opportunities for internships and study abroad could further advance students' professional goals. Through the leadership of well-known fashion industry professionals, the minor in fashion at ASU will be connected globally to leaders in the industry.
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