TTM Degree Requirements and Program Structure

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Textile Technology Management

The Ph.D. in Textile Technology Management program is designed to educate students for research and management careers in textile technology management in the fiber, textile, apparel, retail and related industries complex, as well as for positions in government and academe.

The Textile Technology and Management Ph.D. degree requires 72 credits for graduation. All students are required to take four qualifying courses and two semesters of TTM 801 along with two additional courses determined in consultation with the chair of the student’s dissertation committee. Students must also successfully defend a critical literature review and research proposal and a final dissertation defense.

Textile Technology Management Handbook NC State Graduate Handbook

Roadmap to TTM Degree

Roadmap to TTM Degree