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Fashion Design - Apparel 

Summer 2:  July 1 - July 22

FD 121 Flat Pattern Design I

1.5 credits
In state $276 Out of state $829.50
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 2

8465   
15B   
M T W R   
9:00 am-12:45 pm   
C613    
8517 15C M T W R 1:20 pm-5:05 pm C613

FD 131 Sewing Techniques I
1.5 credits
In state $276 Out of state $829.50

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 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 221 Flat Pattern Design II
1.5 credits
In state $276 Out of state $829.50
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

FD241 Apparel Product Data Management
1.5 credits
In state $276 Out of state $829.50
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 2

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