The LSU College of Agriculture has established The Vice President’s Diversity Graduate Assistantship for African American students.
TAM Student Worker positions are funded by the Work-study and Presidents Student Aid programs.
Interested in a career in the Textiles, Apparel Design, or Merchandising fields? Check out our available courses below.
Applications for Graduate and Undergraduate scholarships
Welcome to the Department of Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising at Louisiana State University. If you are interested in fibers, fabrics, color and design; have a creative flair, or enjoy the retail and business atmosphere; we have a program for you. The textile and apparel industry is a diverse, highly competitive, global industry.
Our department curriculum offers concentrations in:
The common theme among all of our concentrations is the textile/apparel complex, the third largest industry in the country and a major global industry. Continuous change and challenging environments are the benchmarks of this industry.
If you are up to the challenge, we provide one of the best programs in the country!
The national job market for Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising graduates is excellent. Potential employment opportunities include:
Bruce A. Cameron
Department Head and Professor