• Program Learning Outcomes


     

    Fashion 101 (Apparel Technology) - 1. Students will be able to use industry terminology and equipment in appropriate ways.

     

    Fashion 102 (Historic Costume and Textile Development) - Students will be able to apply historic costume knowledge to modern fashion design construction.

     

    Fashion 103 (Fashion Design Concepts) - Students will be able to analyze and use color units effectively in their design process.

     

    Fashion 104 (Flat Pattern Design) - Students will be able to manipulate patterns using half scale slopers and create other styles within a given frame of time.

     

    Fashion 105 (Visual Merchandising) - Students will be able to construct a visual merchandising display with specified criteria.

     

    Fashion 106 (Apparel Buying and Retailing) - Students will be able to write and present a report about the various types of retail organizations.

     

    Fashion 107 (Survey of Apparel Retailing) - Students will be able to research and name various career paths in the fashion industry.

     

    Fashion 108 (Survey of Textiles) - Students will be able to identify, analyze, and apply trends in the textile industry.

     

    Fashion 200 (Advanced Apparel Technology) - Students will be able to demonstrate the operation of the advanced industrial specialty machines and terminology in the apparel construction process.

     

    Fashion 201 (Fashion Illustration) - Students will be able to develop a library of fashion croquis/templates.

     

    Fashion 202 (Computer-Aided Pattern Design) - Students will be able to manipulate electronic patterns and create other styles using Gerber AccuMark Pattern Making Software.

     

    Fashion 203 (Design by Draping) - Students will be able to drape foundation patterns on the dress form through selected in-class exercises.

     

    Fashion 204 (Design by Draping II) - Students will be able to drape new apparel designs on the dress form within a given time frame.

     

    Fashion 205 (Tailoring Techniques) - Students will be able to construct tailored garments, in correct sequence of operations.

     

    Fashion 206 (Fashion Entrepreneurship) - Students will be able to create a clothing line.

     

    Fashion 207 (Fashion Show Production) - Students will be able to give examples of various types of fashion shows and outline the fashion show plan.