The program in Millinery Techniques was developed in response to the renewed demand for quality headwear. The purpose of the program is to develop students' skills in millinery techniques to a level of professionalism that will meet the most stringent demands of industry and the consumer.

The program consists of six sequential courses in millinery techniques, offered over four semesters. Projects impart skills from fundamental to advanced millinery techniques.


The program consists of six sequential courses offered over a four-semester time span:

Course Credits
ML 113 Blocking Techniques for Hats     2.5
ML 115 Fabric Hat Construction 2.5
ML 116 Cold Weather Headgear 2.5
ML 123 Contemporary Men's Hats 2.5
ML 241 Bridal and Special Occasion Headwear          2.5

ML 243 Creative Design in Headwear




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Academic advisement is available by appointment.
Ellen Lynch, advisor and coordinator
Pomerantz Center, Room D363
(212) 217-5402

This certificate is administered by the School of Art and Design