The Master of Textiles (MT) is a non-thesis degree that can be completed in only two semesters (1 year) of full-time on campus study or up to a maximum of six (6) years through distance education. The program is also available entirely via distance education and may be completed on a part time basis. The degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours.
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Graduate Program Deadlines
Fall: June 25 for U.S. students; March 1 for international students
Spring: November 25 for U.S. students; July 15 for international students
Note: International applicants already living in the U.S. can adhere to the U.S. deadlines.
As lead developer for VF Corporation’s Global Innovation Center, NC State College of Textiles double alumnus Colin Holloway works toward one goal: developing breakthrough technologies for new products. It’s a role that Holloway embraces. Read more.