The textile industry went through tremendous changes during the past few years that included changes in technologies, business practices, offshore manufacturing, consumer expectations and globalization of businesses. The ATM program offers career-oriented training in basic textile science and manufacturing, textile and apparel design, as well as apparel manufacturing and merchandising to meet these new challenges in the industry.
Students have access to a wide range of facilities, including the textile laboratory, the apparel studio with computer aided systems, a state-of-the-art computerized cutter, the textile studio, and the costume collection.
The courses in the program are evaluated constantly to keep students abreast of the advances in the industry. The required core curriculum within the Apparel, Textiles, & Merchandising Program is designed to provide students with a strong foundation consisting of all three areas within the industry: Design, Textiles, and Merchandising. The multitude of electives available in each area, allow students to tailor their experience to meet their personal career interest. Students in the program supplement their math and science courses with business, finance, and language courses for well rounded development.
The department offers B.S. and M.S. degrees in Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising and a PhD concentration in Textiles.
To learn more about the courses offered in our undergraduate program,
please click here:UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM
To learn more about the courses offered in our graduate program,please click here: GRADUATE PROGRAM
To learn more about the courses offered in our PhD program,please click here: PhD PROGRAM
Accreditation for ATM Bachelor of Science
The Textile Institute was found in 1910. It was Incorporated by Royal Charter 1925. Supplemental Royal Charter 1955.
Upon the recommendation of the Diplomas Committee the Governing Council of the Textile Institute agreed to accredit the following program as fulfilling the academic requirements of the Textile Institute for the inclusive period 2006 to 2010.
Eastern Michigan University, USA, BSc in Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising.
-School of Technology Studies (STS), Eastern Michigan University
is searching for a post doctoral fellow to conduct research in textile science.
Candidate must have knowledge in Synthesis and Polymerization.
Contact Professor Ghosh if interested at 734-487-2476 or at