Do you have a passion for fashion? Do you enjoy mixing and matching fabrics and accessories to design unique and intriguing looks? Working in the creative and fast-paced world of fashion is a career for those who love to be creative.
The ROC Fashion Merchandising program is a one year course that provides students the opportunity to study various elements involved in the design, manufacturing, advertising, marketing, and sale of fashion apparel and accessories.
Fashion Merchandising students should have average or better skills in reading and writing. Students should also have a solid attendance record.
Students earn 15 units of credit (5 units English, 5 units general math, 5 units elective credit) each semester toward their high school graduation. This course also satisfies the fine arts requirement for graduation.
Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) credit available. ROC Fashion Merchandising is articulated with FIDM courses in GNST 1230 and GNST 1170. Students meeting FIDM’s established criteria will earn up to 6 quarter units of credit in addition to the above high school credit.
This is a career awareness class which instructs students on the basics necessary for entry-level employment. Successful Fashion Merchandising students often pursue careers in the following: