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M.S. in Design, Housing and Merchandising
The Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising offers graduate coursework leading
to a Master of Science in Design, Housing and Merchandising. The Master of Science
degree is designed to prepare individuals for careers in business, industry, Extension,
and post-secondary or college teaching. The DHM graduate program encompasses three
areas of study: 1) apparel design and production, 2) interior design, and 3) merchandising.
For application process and inquiries:
Dr. Gina Gould Peek, Graduate Coordinator
MS Degree Plans
The Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising requires completion of a thesis. The thesis requires a minimum of 30 credit hours, including no fewer than 6 credit hours of DHM 5000 (master's thesis).
- Apparel design and production or interior design students may select either a research thesis or a design thesis
- Merchandising students must complete a research thesis
Please refer to the DHM Graduate Handbook for more information.