Specialized training for wardrobe creation, maintenance, and supervision for theatre,
film, video, and broadcast and cable television productions. Recommended for working
stylists or as additional study for Fashion Styling certificate students looking to
increase their versatility. After an introduction to both career concentrations -
wardrobing and costume design- in SXG 100, students are encouraged to specialize in
one concentration or the other depending on their interests and skills.
Not all courses are offered every semester.
Links direct you to current offerings.
A total of 14 courses is needed to complete this certificate.
Required courses for both concentrations (recommended in this order)
SXG 100 Wardrobing for Theatre, Film, and TV
SXM 100 Styling Tricks of the Trade: Pinning, Taping, and Clothing Care
SXG 130 Fashion in Film and Media
SXM 010 Styling: Fit Fundamentals
SXW 425 Hand-Sewing, Mending, and Alteration Essentials
SXF 610 The Great Designers
SXH 100 Learn the Top Ten Design Motifs of All Time
SXG 610 The Great Costume Designers
SXF 500 Fabrication: Everything You Need to Know
Choose either concentration
Wardrobe Technician Concentration
Personal choice courses* (choose 3)
SXF 335 Fit, Balance and Proportion Fundamentals for Men's Image and Styling
SXS 330 Fashion Styling for Men
SXW 400 Learn to Sew Like a Pro
SXW 460 Hats and Head Pieces for Styling, Image, and Costume Design
Costume Design Specialist Concentration
Personal choice courses* (choose 1)
* Inquire with a Professional Studies adviser about the possibility of substituting
an alternate class.
Facilitator: Pattie Barbosa
Students interested in a Professional Development Certificate of Completion must file an Affidavit Certificate Declaration after completing the first class of the certificate program. This will also enable you to obtain your official FIT ID. Getting Started with a Noncredit Certificate Program