The Clothing and Textiles major emphasizes a ecological approach of clothing, humans, and environment. Fashion industry requires fashion experts who are trained both theory and practice. The purpose of the Department of Clothing & Textiles is to educate students to become professionals needed by global fashion industries of the 21st century. To pursue this goal, our program focuses on courses that efficiently combine fashion theory and practical experience in fashion fields.

The Department of Clothing &Textiles offers individualized programs to foster specialists who can engage in the diverse occupations in the fashion industry. The curriculum consists in social science, natural science, and art. Students may concentrate on fashion design, apparel production, clothing construction, textile sciences and fashion marketing.

The graduates can be a fashion designer, fashion merchandiser, pattern stylist, manager of apparel or textile company, product development specialist, quality control specialist, retailers of apparel/textile industries, quality assurance managers, and magazine writers or editors, government department concerned clothing and textile, and researcher.