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The Department of Retailing offers a Bachelor
of Science in Retailing with Specializations in Retail
Management and Fashion Merchandising. The program focuses on
strong business and liberal arts core. Team building,
communications, decision-making, and problem-solving skills are
emphasized; 30 industry-specific courses are offered. Faculty
and industry experts teach in the classroom.
The optional Bachelor's/Master's Degrees Accelerated Program is also offered through the degree program. Under this plan, a student will reduce the time necessary to earn bachelors and masters degrees by applying up to nine hours of graduate credits to both undergraduate and graduate program requirements. Students accepted into this program must have at least 90 hours of undergraduate credit, a minimum overall GPA of 3.40, and at least 3.40 in the course work taken in their major field of study.
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Burnsed, A. Home Furnishings Consumption Choices: A Qualitative Analysis. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal. Vol. 17 No. 1, 2014, pp. 24-42.
Campbell, J. (2013). Muy local: Differentiating Hispanic and Caucasian shoppers of locally produced foods in US grocery. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 20(3), 325-333.
Campbell, J. (2013). Antecedents to purchase intentions for Hispanic consumers: a ‘local’ perspective. The International Review of Retail, Distribution, and Consumer Research, 23(4), 440-455.
Sales tax holiday in 3 weeks --The State
Whole Foods' arrival a boon --The State
Congratulations to Marianne Bickle who has been asked to blog on Forbes. Her blog can be found by clicking here. Bickle will post a blog every week.
Discounts rev up early
Cotton prices could threaten consumers
Monday, March 31-Thursday, April 4: Hey Fashionistas! It's that time of year again. We have seen it in New York, London, Milan, and Paris and now it's here at the University of South Carolina. Get ready for USC Fashion Week 2014, by looking at our full lineup of events. To purchase event tickets, click here.
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The Fashion Board at USC is a group of students dedicated to expanding their knowledge of the fashion industry in its entirety. Annually we host Fashion Week at USC, participate in Lee Denim Day, host speakers, designer profiles, and walks on Devine Street to make sure we have as much experience and knowledge about our field as we can get! Want to join us? Click here!
Fashion Group International (FGI) of Charleston has opened up six student membership spaces for USC students who are pursuing a career in the fashion field. Preference will be given to those with senior standing in fall, but juniors and Master's in Retailing students may also apply. Deadline: 12/06/13.
Retailing has partnered with the NRF (National Retail Federation) to bring our students free membership in the NRF's Student Association To become a member, click here.
USC retail grad makes Southern Living’s hot list for fall fashion
Dr. Jeff Campbell's research paper (with co-author Dr. Ann Fairhurst from the University of TN) was selected Best Conference Paper at the International Food Marketing Research Symposium in Philadelphia. The title of the paper was: "Billion Dollar Baby: Local Foods and U.S. Grocery".
The Department of Retailing would like to congratulate the following former Gamecock football players and University of South Carolina Retailing students -- each is now headed to the National Football League:
Busy, successful year for Fashion Board at USC
For additional information, contact Dr. Sallie Boggs, advisor, at 777-3653 or email@example.com. Spring semester membership drive will begin in mid-January 2012. Fashion Board at USC is open to all majors and is sponsored by The Department of Retailing and the College of Hospitality, Retailing, and Sport Management.