Entrance to the program requires a knowledge of clothing construction and/or tailoring skills. Students will be able to:
- Recognize, evaluate, and execute diverse draping styles;
- Create original designs and patterns;
- Improve fitting techniques; and
- Interpret and execute specific silhouettes, styles and market trends.
Curriculum (10 credits):
The courses do not replace draping courses in the Fashion Design degree track. Full-time and part-time Fashion Design and Patternmaking students may take them for extra credit or as free electives.
Have further questions?
- Request more information about this certificate program
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- Tuition & fee costs (multiply your tuition rate by the number of credits above)
For course specific information contact:
Cynthia Underwood, advisor
Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B701