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FAB-101 Introduction to Fashion Systems

This course provides students an overview of the multifaceted, global fashion industry, including sourcing, production, sustainability, wholesale and retail, marketing, calendar and technology. Students will also be introduced to major fashion milestones with a focus on the 19th through 21st centuries. Lecture [3.00]

Credits

3

FAB-102 Textile Science and Construction

This course is an introduction to textile science, including natural and synthetic fiber sourcing, and the variety of construction techniques. Emphasis is placed on identifying and evaluating fiber and fabric construction characteristics, correct use of terminology and determining appropriate uses in the design and construction of garments. Lecture [3.00] 1

Credits

3

Prerequisites

FAB-101

FAB-110 Sewing Techniques I

This course teaches the fundamentals of professional sewing and apparel construction techniques. Students learn basic cutting, sewing and finishing by hand and by machine. Lecture [3.00]

Credits

3

FAB-112 Flat Pattern Design I

This course focuses on garment design through flat pattern manipulation, including basic slash and spread, and pivot methods of design development. Students use the basic slopers to create original designs. Lecture [2.00], Laboratory [2.00]

Credits

3

Prerequisites

FAB-110, ART-124

Corequisites

FAB-113

FAB-113 Draping I

This course focuses on garment design through draping on a dress form using muslin. Students learn the basics of grain, line and silhouette to create their own designs. Lecture [3.00]; 2

Credits

3

Prerequisites

FAB-110, ART-124

Corequisites

FAB-112