365 APPAREL COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT 3 S FCS 122 228 321 or cons inst req Lecture

365 apparel collection development 3 s fcs 122 228

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365 APPAREL COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT 3 S FCS 122, 228, 321 or cons inst req. Lecture and lab. Formerly DESIGN STUDIO. Advanced problem solving in apparel collection design with emphasis on integration of various tools of design. 366 CAD FOR APPAREL DESIGN 3 F FCS 122, 226, 228 req. Lecture and lab. Application of art principles to apparel design using CAD. Apparel idea development from concept through application to production. Portfolio development. 368 FASHION PROMOTION 3 F FCS 226 req. Apparel merchandising techniques with emphasis on visual merchandising, advertising, fashion shows, and related promotional activities. 369 MERCHANDISE PLANNING AND CONTROL 3 F FCS 226; MKT 230, 335; MQM 220 req. Formerly FASHION MERCHANDISING. The financial management of merchandising fashion goods, with emphasis on stock, sales, assortment planning and control. 370 INTERIOR DESIGN II: STUDIO 4 F FCS 340 req. FCS 218; TEC 211; and ART/FCS 352 conc reg rec. Field trips req. Materials charge optional. The process of linking spaces using architectural ele- ments. Emphasizing the design process as it affects pri- vate and public spaces. 371 ADVANCED MERCHANDISING 3 S FCS 369 req. Formerly FASHION MERCHANDIS- ING II. Merchandising practices as related to current issues in management, entrepreneurship, as well as planning, devel- oping, and presenting soft good lines. 375 INTERIOR DESIGN III: STUDIO 4 S FCS 370 req. Materials charge optional. Study of design theory/analysis in relation to large-scale, comprehensive commercial interiors. Emphasis on codes regulating ergonomic and life safety issues. 380 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF VOCATIONAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS 3 Also offered as BTE 380. Incl Clin Exp: 5 hrs, Type 10. Planning and organizing a cooperative program; emphasis on recruitment, selection of training stations, student place- ment, and operation of cooperative plan. 382 COORDINATION TECHNIQUES OF COOPERATIVE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 3 Also offered as BTE 382 and TEC 306. Incl Clin Exp: 5 hrs, Type 10. Coordination techniques needed for high school and post- secondary teacher coordination in integrating classroom activities with daily employment. 394 HEALTH ASPECTS OF AGING 3 S Also offered as HSC/KNR 394. Characteristics of the aging process and factors influencing adaptations and the quality of living. 398 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 2-4 F,S,Summer Jr/sr standing (74 hrs) req; FCS 200 and 50 percent seq req; 2.00 overall GPA on date of app req. May be repeated once. See advisor for additional seq req. Placement is not guaranteed. Prior cons dept chair req. Planned and supervised work experience in government, community, business, or industry. 398.01 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS 398.02 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: CONSUMER SCIENCES 398.03 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: FOOD NUTRITION OR DIETETICS 398.04 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERIOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 398.05 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: APPAREL MERCHANDISING AND DESIGN HEALTH SCIENCES (HSC) 522 Felmley Hall, (309) 438-8329 Web address: Email address: [email protected] Chairperson : Marilyn Morrow.
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