FMI program students learn pattern making using Gerber software and Abode Suite Software in addition
to traditional pattern making techniques. Students learn to use Gerber Technology Pattern Design
software and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) industrial fabric cutting equipment. Students learn
product evaluation from fiber to finish products using a state of the art textile science laboratory, which is
an integral part of any product development activity. The laboratory also provides an opportunity for the
student to conduct a range of research projects. A well-equipped garment construction lab comprised of
home and industrial sewing machines enables students to be prepared for automotive, apparel, furniture
industries. Students have an opportunity to study abroad to gain diverse knowledge of textiles, fashion,
and culture internationally.
FMI students are well trained to enter into a larger number of career opportunities because of the diverse
scope of training provided by the program. Several career opportunities include Trim Engineering, Buyers,
Visual Merchandising, Product development for textile industry, Product evaluation, and quality control,
Product acceptance specialist, Resourcing Manager for merchandising companies, Entrepreneurs, and
This program will be in The College of Engineering and Technology
Fashion, Textiles and Luxury Goods Design, Marketing
4 years | Full time
Only one is required
After studying this course, you will be able to join one of these universities as well.
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