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If you want to start a career in the fashion industry, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what your first step is. What program do you want? What type of degree do you need? Are there any schools you can attend? Going to school to earn a fashion degree can increase your career prospects, boost your earning potential, and help you get started in an ever-changing field.

Whether you want to attend school in person or online, you need to find schools that serve your state. You can use our convenient map to find your state and find out what educational opportunities are available to you.

After you click on your state, you can find a wealth of information on schools in your state. You can get a general idea of what it is like to attend school in your state by looking at how many programs there are, the average acceptance rates, how much tuition costs, and what kind of financial aid students in your state get.

In addition to looking at average costs and statistics, you can look at each fashion school in your state. You can compare different schools by their tuition, financial aid opportunities, and programs offered. If you are looking into relocating to a nearby state for school, check out the right column on each state page: you'll find listings for nearby states.

One of the most important factors to consider as you look at all of the different schools in your state is which programs they offer. We cover the three main fashion fields at FashionSchoolsUSA.com: fashion design, fashion marketing, and fashion merchandising. Each of these programs prepare you for a different career path in the fashion industry, so your program choice may be one of the most important decisions you make in your life.

Fashion design programs teach you about the history of fashion, fabric types, how to sketch clothing designs, how to create clothing for specific demographic groups, and how to sew a piece of clothing that you have designed. If you pursue this degree, you may work at an apparel wholesaler, apparel manufacturer, or specialized design company.

In addition to looking at average costs and statistics, you can look at each fashion school in your state. You can compare different schools by their tuition, financial aid opportunities, and programs offered. If you are looking into relocating to a nearby state for school, check out the right column on each state page: you'll find listings for nearby states.

One of the most important factors to consider as you look at all of the different schools in your state is which programs they offer. We cover the three main fashion fields at FashionSchoolsUSA.com: fashion design, fashion marketing, and fashion merchandising. Each of these programs prepare you for a different career path in the fashion industry, so your program choice may be one of the most important decisions you make in your life.

Fashion design programs teach you about the history of fashion, fabric types, how to sketch clothing designs, how to create clothing for specific demographic groups, and how to sew a piece of clothing that you have designed. If you pursue this degree, you may work at an apparel wholesaler, apparel manufacturer, or specialized design company.