HS Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions
Discover how sewn products are made- from dresses to car seats to parachutes- and explore careers in the management of the production process, including production control, sourcing, costing, engineering, product development, quality assurance, and technical design.
Please note: Not all courses are offered each semester
HMG 171 Creating and Producing a Fashion Line
To be a truly successful fashion designer you must have an understanding of the "realities" of the business. Can your garments be constructed? Where? With what money? How do you make them in large quantities and various sizes? How does it get into stores? Which stores? Learn about Production Management and how to make visions come to life. As the course evolves, you will modify your line so it reflects real-world practices. You will leave with your revised line to present to buyers and investors with a business plan, sourced materials, and pricing.
Production Management: How Fashion Gets Made
Production Management brings fashion to life. Learn the practical considerations of manufacturing apparel such as budgeting, sourcing, and logistics. Learn how independent designers realize a collection from concept to business plan to market. (You can skip this summer class if you've already taken HMG 171)