- Fashion Design – Advanced Apparel Construction - Certificate of Completion
- Fashion Design – Industrial Sewing and Factory Production Methods - Certificate of Completion
- Fashion Design – Swimwear Construction - Certificate of Completion
- Fashion Design – Textile Surface Design - Certificate of Completion
Formerly FD 613. This course focuses on specialty hand techniques of surface design on textiles. Students will gain experience in creating designs using industry standard techniques such as block printing, beading, embroidery, and tie dye.
Formerly FD 624. This course covers the construction of simple garments using industry methods of clothing construction techniques. Principles and methods related to constructing both woven and knit fabrics will be covered.
Formerly FD 625. An intermediate level clothing construction class using the latest industry methods and focusing on woven fabrics. Typical projects include a shirt or blouse, fitted slacks with a waistband and a fully lined dress with princess seaming.
Formerly FD 626. This course uses advanced construction techniques and traditional tailoring steps for jacket construction. The course will also cover working with slippery, difficult fabrics and complex patterns.
Formerly FD 627. This course focuses on the principles and methods of stitching and garment construction on power industrial machines as applied to factory production methods of the garment manufacturing industry.
Formerly FD 630. This course provides the student enrolled in a Fashion Design course an opportunity for additional hours working in the Fashion Design Lab and additional instruction from a lab aide, instructor or student tutor. Lab time is assigned on a space available basis.
Formerly FD 658. This course instructs the student in the design, sewing, and fitting of swimwear. Special emphasis is placed on patterns, stretch fabrics, bra construction and fitting issues. It is recommended that students sew at an intermediate sewing level to be successful in this course.