Prepare for entry-level careers in fashion design for the apparel industry by studying fashion drawing, imaginative design, computer applications, draping, textiles, and pattern drafting.
Note: This new program has been submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Education for approval and does not currently qualify for Title IV, Federal Financial Aid.
Program/Major Code: CRTFDC
What can I do with this certificate?
Career Options: Seek entry level positions with apparel manufacturers, clothing retailers, tailoring or alterations businesses, specialty clothing shops or start your own business.
Academic Options: Continue your studies by taking courses toward an associates degree in Applied Arts. While this program was not designed to transfer to a 4-year university, some courses may transfer to meet major or elective requirements.
Program Requirements 2017-2018
Required Core Courses
A grade of C or better is required for graduation.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|FDC 110||Clothing Construction I||3|
|FDC 111||Clothing Construction II||3|
|FDC 112||Pattern Fitting||3|
|FDC 121||Flat Pattern Making I||3|
|FDC 122||History of Clothing||3|
|FDC 141||Introduction to Fashion Design||3|
|FDC 144||Fashion Drawing||3|
|FDC 211||Clothing Construction III||3|