PhD in Human Environmental Sciences with Emphasis in Textile and Apparel Management
The degree requires a minimum of 78 credit hours beyond the bachelor's degree, with at least 15 credit hours at the 8000 level or above exclusive of research, problems, and independent study. It is expected for students to have a minimum of 9 credits in Research/Qualitative/Quantitative methods, of which 3 credits will be Research Methods and 3 credits will be Statistics. Students are required to take T_A_M 8087 Seminar in Clothing and Textiles and T_A_M 9190 Theory Development and Evaluation in Textile and Apparel Research.
|Core Course Requirements|
|Textile and Apparel Management (focused group of courses)||minimum of 9 credit hours|
|T_A_M 8087||Seminar in Clothing and Textiles||1|
|T_A_M 9190||Theory Development and Evaluation in Textile and Apparel Research||3|
|Research Methods/Statistics||minimum of 9 credit hours|
|Supporting area (for broadening the theoretical base for the research project)||minimum 9 credit hours|
|T_A_M 9090||Research in Textiles and Apparel Management (including pre-proposal, proposal, job market research, and defense presentations)||minimum 12 credit hours|
|Coursework from Master's degree||maximum 30 credit hours|
Fall deadline: January 15 for early financial support considerations. Late submission will not be considered for financial support.
- Must meet the minimum admission requirements set by the Graduate School (see more from https://gradschool.missouri.edu/admissions/eligibility-process/)
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in textile and apparel management or related field. Those with unrelated majors will need to do make-up work
- Minimum TOEFL scores if international student:
|Internet-based test (iBT)||Paper-based test (PBT)|
- Recommended Minimum GRE scores:
|When did you take the GRE?||Verbal + Quantitative||Analytical|
|Prior to August 1, 2011||500/500||160|
|On or After August 1, 2011||153/144||3.0|
Required Application Materials
- All required Graduate School documents
- Statement of professional objectives
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts from every college or university you have attended
- Your official GRE scores (sent directly from the Educational Testing Service) - We do not consider GMAT scores.
- Latest vitae or résumé
- A 2-minute video to show about who you are, why you want to pursue graduate degrees, and what your career goals are
- Language test scores if international student (see more from https://gradschool.missouri.edu/admissions/eligibility-process/international-applicants/)
- A digital design portfolio if pursuing design research
- Writing samples optional
Financial Aid from the Program
Do not need additional materials/forms for assistantship consideration.