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Accessories Design

Winter - 2017 Courses

January 3 - January 19

Spring - 2017 Courses

January 30 - May 22

 

LD 101 Accessories Design
2 credits In-state $382 Out-of-state $1,148
For students not majoring in Accessories Design. Introduction to major areas of accessories design. Various types of shoes, handbags, and belts are analyzed in terms of materials, construction, and presentation. Students acquire hands-on techniques in all three phases.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
4556 15A W 6:30 pm-9:20 pm C301


LD 112 Decorative Leather Techniques
2.5 credits In-state $477.50 Out-of-state $1,435
Studying such ornamentation techniques as trapunto, inlay, welting, pleating, and weaving, students learn how to apply them to leather apparel and accessories design. Basic patternmaking skills used in the construction of handbags, belts, and portfolios are taught.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
16461 15A R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm A487


LD 133 Footwear Design I
Co-requisite: LD 121
3 credits In-state $573 Out-of-state $1,722
The basic concepts of footwear design are introduced, and the history and types of footwear are discussed. Students develop skills for working with a last and learn patternmaking, sewing, construction, and finishing techniques for closed shoes.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
17092 15A T 5:10 pm-10:00 pm A484


LD 143 Handbag Design I
3 credits In-state $573 Out-of-state $1,722
Co-requisites: LD 111 and LD 121
The skills to design and produce handbags are taught. Students become familiar with patternmaking techniques, machinery and equipment, and the various styles in handbag design. They learn how to translate original concepts into finished products.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
11236 15A W 5:10 pm-10:00 pm A487


LD 144 Handbag Design II
3 credits In-state $573 Out-of-state $1,722
Prerequisite: LD 143
Patternmaking and sample making techniques are developed further as students design and construct frame and box bags.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
8892 15A W

5:10 pm-10:00
pm

A484


LD 181 Ergonomics for Athletic Footwear
2 credits In-state $382 Out-of-state $1,148
This in-depth study of the ergonomic requirements of footwear for myriad athletic activities focuses on integrating the anatomy and function of the human form with sport-specific design considerations. Injuries, sport surfaces, and the evolution of athletic footwear within the several elemental genres are also discussed along with the latest trends in materials and manufacturing.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
14050 15A T 6:30 pm-8:20 pm C504


LD 182 Performance Materials for Athletic Footwear
2 credits In-state $382 Out-of-state $1,148
Prerequisite: LD 181
Students learn about the different types of performance materials used in all aspects of athletic footwear construction.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
14049 15A M 6:30 pm-8:20 pm C615


LD 185 Athletic Footwear Drafting
2.5 credits In-state $477.50 Out-of-state $1,435
Prerequisite: LD 184
Students draft the components of an athletic shoe using both freehand and CAD. A history of the athletic footwear industry and the integration of technology in athletic footwear are introduced. Students make a model of an outsole design.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
14627 15A T 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C615


LD 261 Sketching Accessories
2.5 credits In-state $477.50 Out-of-state $1,435
Students are introduced to the concept of three-dimensional sketching and how it relates to accessories design. Concentrating on design detail, they learn to sketch the basic shapes in footwear, handbags, personal leather goods, and belts.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
16397 15A W 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C615
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