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Textile Science

Winter 2018 Courses

January 2 - January 18

Spring 2018 Courses

January 29 - May 23

 

TS 111 Fundamentals of Textiles
3 credits In-state $585 Out-of-state $1,758
Online: In-state $630 Out-of-state $1,803
General study of textile materials with an emphasis on the factors that produce successful fabrics in the marketplace, including fibers, yarns, construction, color, and finish. Characteristics of a wide range of market fabrics are examined.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
4868 25A M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C310
6625 25B R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C314
15595 25C W 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C312
15614 25D F 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C310
15618 25E S 9:10 am-1:00 pm C308
16042 25F M 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C318
14941 BL1* R 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C312
8459 OL1   ONLINE COURSE
15692 OL2   ONLINE COURSE
15883 OL3   ONLINE COURSE


TS 116 Knit Design Principles and Technology
2 credits In-state $390 Out-of-state $1,172
In this introductory course, students learn to identify, analyze, design, and document weft-knitted fabrics. The class covers the relationships between knit fabric structures and the technology used to create them. Students create original designs on industrial machinery and on computer patterning workstations.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
17045 25A W 6:30 pm-9:20 pm CCC21
    W 6:30 pm-9:20 pm C310


TS 131 Textile Principles for the Fashion Designer
3 credits In-state $585 Out-of-state $1,758
Online: In-state $630 Out-of-state $1,803
For Fashion Design students. Study of textile materials with an emphasis on the factors that produce a successful apparel fabric. Fabric characteristics such as appearance, drapability, hand, and performance are studied. Fabrics used in fashion design are also studied.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
16836 25A T 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C316
16837 25B T 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C308
17397 25C W 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C314
16838 OL1   ONLINE COURSE


TS 367 Knit Fabrics and Machinery
3 credits In-state $834 Out-of-state $2,523
Prerequisite: TS 111 or TS 015/115 or TS 122 or TS 132 or approval of chair
For Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries students. Students analyze, identify, and document a range of knit fabric structures using industry-standard techniques and communication practices. Emphasis is placed on the relationships between fabric structures, machine capabilities, costing, sourcing, and quality control. Students knit basic weft structures on industrial hand machines and program fabrics on computer patterning workstations.

SPRING

CRN Section Day Time Location
14760 75A F 6:30 pm-10:20 pm C318
    F 6:30 pm-10:20 pm CCC21H
    F 6:30 pm-10:20 pm CCC21
 
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