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Fashion Design - Apparel

Summer 1 Session: May 26 - June 29
Summer 1 Evening: May 26 - July 20
Summer 2 Session: June 30 - July 27

 

Summer Courses

AP 275 Haute Couture Apparel Design
3 credits
In-state $564 Out-of-state $1,689
Prerequisites: DP 212 or FD 112 and AP 243 and AP 244
Apply knowledge of the couture to design, drape, fit, and construct a mini-collection for a particular target market. Develop styles and images through fabric sourcing, market research, and inspirational research.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
9198 15A M T W R 6:20 pm-9:10 pm C601


FD 111 Draping I: Fundamentals
3 credits
In-state $564 Out-of-state $1,689
Prerequisite or Co-requisite: FD 131 for evening/weekend students only
Introductory course explores the three-dimensional draping approach to executing garment design. Projects introduce the important principles of grain, balance, and construction. Through critiqued design development on the dress form, students develop their own sense of proportion, silhouette, line, and style, while exploring current market trends. Course utilizes strong sewing skills.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
8463 15A M T W R 9:10 am-1:30 pm C701


FD 121 Flat Pattern Design I
1.5 credits
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Introductory flat pattern course explores the two-dimensional method to execute garment designs. Utilizing basic slopers, students develop original design concepts through the slash-and-spread and pivot techniques. Projects are evaluated on the dress form for fit, balance, style, creativity, and proportion. Course utilizes strong sewing skills.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
8464 15A M T W 1:10 pm-4:00 pm C606

Summer 2
CRN Section Day Time Location
8465 15B M T W R 9:00 am-12:45 pm C710


FD 131 Sewing Techniques I
1.5 credits
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Students learn the basic professional techniques used in the construction of designers' sample garments. Sewing techniques--including cutting, construction, and finishing--are explored, using industrial equipment to create sample garments in cotton or cotton-type fabrics.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
8466 15A M T W 9:10 am-12:00 pm C713
8467 15B M T W 1:10 pm-4:00 pm C813
8706 15E T R 5:10 pm-8:00 pm C813

Summer 2
CRN Section Day Time Location
8468 15F M T W R 9:00 am-12:45 pm C813
8564 15G M T W R 1:20 pm-5:05 pm C813


FD 132 Sewing Techniques II
1.5 credits
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Prerequisite: FD 131
Builds upon skills learned in Sewing Techniques I. Students learn new and more complex design room construction, and develop advanced techniques currently used in the fashion industry.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
8469 15A M W 6:20 pm-9:10 pm C813


FD 221 Flat Pattern Design II
1.5 credits
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Prerequisite: FD 121
This course allows students to proceed from the study and application of the basic principles of patternmaking to a more comprehensive view of design within flat pattern methods and principles. Basic torso slopers are developed with the sleeve and are combined to form the kimono/dolman sloper.
Summer 2
CRN Section Day Time Location
8501 15A M T W R 9:00 am-12:45 pm C606


FD 241 Apparel Product Data Management
1.5 credits
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Online:
In-state $304.50 Out-of-state $867
Introduction to product data management. Students learn to facilitate the communication and coordination of pre-product development tasks by linking design, engineering, costing, and manufacturing information through a centralized database of product-related information.
Summer 1
CRN Section Day Time Location
9170 OL1 ONLINE COURSE

Summer 2
CRN Section Day Time Location
8677 15A M T W R 9:00 am-12:45 pm C229
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