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Fall 2017 Courses

August 28 - December 23

 

PM 121 Patternmaking I: Misses' and Women's Wear
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
In this course, students learn to develop basic body slopers using standard specification measurements. Collars and basic sleeve shapes are made. Paper patterns, as well as a final fabric sample, are developed. Students learn the importance of fit and balance in order to create a high-quality production pattern. Specifications are discussed in relation to both pattern development and finished garment measurements.

CRN Section Day Time Location
20905 25A T 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C412
5090 25B W 6:30 pm-10:20 pm A309
26232 25C U 10:10 am-2:00 pm C610
30197 25D R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm A309
30677 25E M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C412


PM 122 Patternmaking II: Misses' and Women's Wear
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 121
Utilizing the basic slopers, students develop additional patterns for style variations using the slopers developed in PM 121. Patterns are developed for bodice, torso, and sleeves. A variety of skirt slopers are developed. Pattern corrections are made according to fit, balance, and specification measurements. Final patterns and fabric samples acceptable for mass production are created.

CRN Section Day Time Location
5092 25A M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C803
28281 25B T 6:30 pm-10:20 pm A309


PM 171 Pattern Grading: Misses' and Women's Wear
2 credits  In--state $415  Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: (for Patternmaking Certificate students) PM 121, or (for Fashion Design students) FD 111 or FD 121
Introduction to manual pattern grading and marker-layout techniques. The students learn how to apply grade measurements proportionally to all the pieces within a pattern. The importance of accurate measurement specifications and their effect on the finished product are emphasized. Marker-layouts for samples, costing and mass production are developed.

CRN Section Day Time Location
5098 25A T 6:30 pm-10:20
pm
C401
30747 25C W 6:30 pm-10:20
pm
C803


PM 221 Computerized Production Patternmaking
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 121 or FD 121 or MW 131 or approval of program coordinator
Students learn to use the computer as a tool for production patternmaking and other apparel industry applications. Includes knowledge of hardware, software, and system programming on the Gerber Accumark system to produce a sample production pattern.

CRN Section Day Time Location
27427 25A M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm CCC40


PM 231 Patternmaking: Misses' and Women's Wear
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 122
Advanced study of misses' and women's daytime dresses. Different dresses are drafted.

CRN Section Day Time Location
29209 25A S 9:10 am-1:00 pm C610


PM 233 Patternmaking: Misses' Sportswear
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 122
Students learn the necessary details involved in developing linings, facings, fusibles, stays, and stampers for both tops and bottoms. Pant and jacket slopers are created, with a strong emphasis on fit. Multiple construction techniques are discussed. A final fabric sample is developed with all the specification measurements and construction details necessary for manufacturing.

CRN Section Day Time Location
26547 25A W 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C610
30121 25B F 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C610


PM 237 Patternmaking: Coats and Suits II
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 122
Continuation of PM 236, with special emphasis on a variety of coats.

CRN Section Day Time Location
28533 25A M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm A309


PM 238 Production Pattern Development for Women's Plus-Sizes
2 credits In-state $390 Out-of-state $1,172
Prerequisites: PM 121 and PM 122
Students are introduced to the full-size figure by analyzing the actual body, garment, and production specification measurements. By using the most current data developed in industry for the large-size body, students gain a better understanding of the important areas of the body that present a challenge when developing styles.

CRN Section Day Time Location
30506 25A M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C610


PM 251 Advanced Adobe Illustrator for Technical Design
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: TC 111
Introduction to the fundamental concepts and methods of technical design in production development—from concept through production—for apparel and related products. The elements of technical design, technical sketching and documentation, garment specification, fitting, technical communication, and the use of CAD systems in the manufacturing and retail environments are taught, providing a basic knowledge of technical design skills and responsibilities in the industry. Basic computer skills are required.

CRN Section Day Time Location
29206 25A R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C412


PM 255 Fit Analysis and Technical Documentation
2 credits In-state $415 Out-of-state $1,197
(includes $25 Patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 233
This course introduces the students to fitting tops, dresses, skirts, pants, and basic jackets on live, professional industry models. Proportions and balance are analyzed, and adjustments and corrections are made on the production pattern.

CRN Section Day Time Location
25613 25A R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C610
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