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Programs

Through the integration of diverse disciplines in art, design, business, merchandising, computer-aided design, information technology, and the liberal arts, the associate and bachelor degree programs reach beyond specialized professional skills to a broader spectrum of knowledge. Programs prepare graduates for entry into creative, business, and/or information technology fields.

The associate degree programs require a minimum of 60 semester credit hours for degree completion. Students can specialize in one of the fields of fashion design and product development, interior design, merchandise marketing and management, or information technology. Full-time students can graduate 16 months after entering an associate degree program.

The bachelor degree programs require a minimum of 120 semester credit hours for degree completion. Students can specialize in either fashion design and product development, interior design, merchandise marketing and management (with optional emphasis in Visual Communication), or information technology. Full-time students can graduate 32 months after entering a bachelor degree program.

The educational programs emphasize the importance of both general education and specialized study. General education in fine art, humanities, social science, behavioral science, mathematics, and other subjects helps students broaden their perspectives, and meet the demands of the larger world of business and industry. Specialized study in fashion design, interior design, information technology, and merchandise marketing and management, helps students develop the professional skills required to advance in their career fields. Class sizes at Wade College are small, allowing our experienced faculty to provide individual attention to students and tailor classroom instruction to fit their needs.

One of the key objectives of the college is to render its graduates with credentials suitable for immediate employment and rapid advancement. To that end, Wade College selects a faculty with the academic credentials and work-related experience to provide quality education. They represent the college's sincere commitment to student success. Moreover, the curriculum is constantly re-examined and revised to ensure students receive current and meaningful instruction, and the location of the college within the Dallas INFOMART and Dallas Market Center offers students the opportunity to witness and become a part of the information technology, merchandising, and design industries while they are still in school.

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Wade College Program Inventory and CIP Codes

  • Associate of Arts in Merchandising and Design (CIP 52.1899 and 50.0401)
  • Associate of Arts in Fashion Design and Product Development (CIP 50.0407)
  • Associate of Arts in Interior Design (CIP 50.0408)
  • Associate of Arts in Visual Communication (CIP 50.0409)
  • Associate of Science in Merchandise Marketing and Management (CIP 52.1899)
  • Associate of Science in Information Technology (CIP 11.0103)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Merchandising and Design (CIP 52.1899 and 50.0401)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design and Product Development (CIP 50.0407)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design (CIP 50.0408)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication (CIP 50.0409)
  • Bachelor of Science in Merchandise Marketing and Management (CIP 52.1899)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (CIP 11.0103)