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Bachelor of Science
Apparel Entrepreneurship (B.S.)
BYU-Idaho's Apparel Entrepreneurship program equips students with industry knowledge, cutting-edge training, and valuable connections for success in fashion and apparel. Graduates are well-prepared for careers in established companies, with renowned designers, or as entrepreneurs.
Apparel design
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The Apparel Entrepreneurship program is designed to empower students for a successful future in the world of Fashion and Apparel. As a multi-billion-dollar industry the apparel field offers boundless opportunities for creative minds and forward-thinkers.

At BYU-Idaho, we've forged strategic partnerships with industry professionals to provide cutting-edge training in field specific technologies to our students. Our program equips students with the latest industry insights, trends, and skills needed to thrive in the apparel business sector.

Apparel Entrepreneurship students gain a deep understanding of the industry's intricacies, giving them a competitive edge in the job market. Upon graduation, our students are well-prepared to excel in their careers.

Whether they aspire to join an established apparel company, work with renowned designers, or embark on an entrepreneurial journey by launching their own business, our program ensures they are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and networks to achieve their goals.

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Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Apparel Entrepreneurship have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Fitting & Alterations
Tailors work closely with clients in altering or repairing customers' clothing to their satisfaction. This includes hemming, lengthening, and taking in seams. Clothing could include suits, wedding dresses, pants, and more.
Fashion Designer
Fashion designers oversee and manage research and creation of products. Other main duties include creating the design patterns for clothing, footwear, and accessories that are the trend or style of the company. They also manage the entire creation process and researches recent and new trends of fashion.
Technical Designer
Turns fashion sketches into actual garments, working closely with designers and manufacturers to create functional and well-constructed clothing. Utilizes skills in pattern making, garment fitting, and construction to address sizing and quality control issues. Will need to be proficient in Adobe Illustrator, CAD Pattern Making, and 3D apparel technologies.
Personal Stylist
Stylists assist clients in finding clothing and accessories that flatter the body type and fit the needs of the client. They provide advice and suggestions for the clients' individual taste and needs to achieve the image that the client has.

Getting Started in This Degree

If you are interested in Apparel Entrepreneurship, start with one of the following major-specific courses:

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