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  • Fine Arts | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Fine Arts Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 FA 101 Painting 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 For students not majoring in Fine Arts Through observation of still life and the figure students are introduced to the use of oil or acrylic paint Students develop color mixing techniques emphasizing varied approaches to the use of paint G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 4442 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D626 6416 15B W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D626 FA 103 Painting 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 For students not majoring in Fine Arts Abstract painting is explored through design color and composition Experimentation with materials is encouraged Painting medium is open Any level of experience G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 8308 15A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D626 FA 105 Life Drawing 1 5 credits In state 292 Out of state 854 50 includes 10 lab fee For Fashion Design and Menswear students Focus on figure drawing stressing line gesture and composition Study of proportion and anatomy of the human figure is undertaken G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 4448 15A W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D605 8918 15B S 1 10 pm 4 00 pm D626 FA 141 Drawing I 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Online In state 304 50 Out of state 867 This course introduces drawing with an emphasis on developing perceptual skills Line

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  • French | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Courses January 25 May 17 FR 111 French I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 This introductory course enables students with no background in French to communicate with French speaking people The basic skills of speaking reading and writing in French are established and the cultures where French is spoken are introduced Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 8364 85A M 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A317 10262 85B T 6 30 pm 8 10 pm A322 R 6 30 pm 8 10 pm CCC26 FR 112 French II 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite FR 111 or equivalent Students expand upon the skills established in French I and continue to study the cultures where French is spoken Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5884 85A T 6 30 pm 10 00 pm CCC26 13591 85B S 10 10 am 2 00 pm A325 FR 122 French Conversation I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite FR 111 or equivalent Students learn to converse in French by interacting in real world situations Functional and practical verbal communications are addressed with a focus on the cultures where French is spoken Course also taught in Paris in Winter and Summer Sessions G8 Foreign Language WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3139 85A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm A312 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13720 85A M 5 10 pm 6 25 pm A336 W 5 10 pm 6 25 pm A342 5407 85B R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A341B FR 214

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  • Health Education | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Marketing Communications Advertising Design Business Enterprise Business Law Chinese Communication Design Foundation Computer Graphics Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Design Division Studies Direct and Interactive Marketing Draping Techniques Educational Skills English and Speech Entrepreneurship Fabric Styling Fashion Design Apparel Fashion Design Art Fashion Business Management Film and Media Fine Arts French Global Fashion Management Graphic Design Health Education History History of Art and Civilization Home Products Human Development Illustration Interior Design International Trade and Marketing Internship Center Italian Japanese Jewelry Design Ladies Tailoring Liberal Arts Divisional Studies Marketing Fashion and Related Industries Mathematics Menswear Millinery Music Packaging Design Patternmaking Philosophy Photography Physical Education and Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Health Education Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 HE 102 Stress Management 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Online In state 203 Out of state 578 Identifies how stress affects the mind body and spirit Students learn skills to reduce stress and cope with unavoidable stress in their personal and professional lives WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3341 35A M T W R F 1 20 pm 3 50 pm A337 3328 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 7941 35A W 6 30 pm 8 20 pm A337 14150 OL1 ONLINE COURSE 15498 OL2 ONLINE COURSE HE 201 Human Sexuality 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Examines human sexuality through the life cycle from cultural physiological and theoretical perspectives Students gain insight into their own beliefs and sexual behavior and learn to develop an understanding of the similarities and differences in sexual attitudes and the

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  • History | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Foundation Computer Graphics Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Design Division Studies Direct and Interactive Marketing Draping Techniques Educational Skills English and Speech Entrepreneurship Fabric Styling Fashion Design Apparel Fashion Design Art Fashion Business Management Film and Media Fine Arts French Global Fashion Management Graphic Design Health Education History History of Art and Civilization Home Products Human Development Illustration Interior Design International Trade and Marketing Internship Center Italian Japanese Jewelry Design Ladies Tailoring Liberal Arts Divisional Studies Marketing Fashion and Related Industries Mathematics Menswear Millinery Music Packaging Design Patternmaking Philosophy Photography Physical Education and Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory History Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 HI 202 U S History Civil War Present 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 An introduction to American history this course moves from a brief view of American geography economics and government to a more focused examination of the social political and economic experience from the Civil War through the Cold War and to the present Students are introduced to basic historical methodology and learn to apply these techniques through critical reading analytical writing and verbal presentations Formerly LA 221 G10 American History WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3472 35A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm A642 3473 OL1 ONLINE COURSE 3474 OL2 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 15921 35A M W 5 10 pm 6 25 pm A341B 15922 35B M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D211 15923 35C W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm

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  • History of Art and Civilization | Fashion Institute of Technology
    of state 1 689 Selected studies in the history of art utilizing resources available in New York City Critical and historical investigations arise from direct study of art and architecture G6 Arts G7 Humanities SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 8717 35A S 2 10 pm 5 00 pm B504 9801 35B S 2 10 pm 5 00 pm B860 HA 217 History of Avant Garde Film 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Prerequisite LA 141 also known as FI 111 or HA 112 This course is cross listed with FI 224 This course is a survey of major moments in avant garde film from 1895 to the present Through readings and discussions students explore theories of avant gardism and study how such films are expressions of the historical cultural and philosophical contexts of their production G7 Humanities SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14632 35A W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm D207 HA 221 East Asian Art and Civilization 3 credits Online In state 609Out of state 1 734 Introduces major characteristics of East Asian civilizations through a survey of traditional art and architecture Illustrated lectures survey artistic traditions in relation to historical religious and social aspects of these civilizations G7 Humanities G9 Other World Civilizations SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13087 OL1 ONLINE COURSE 14421 OL2 ONLINE COURSE HA 223 African Art and Civilization 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Surveys cultures of sub Saharan Africa Illustrated lectures present art and architecture in relation to history religion economic conditions and social and political structures G7 Humanities G9 Other World Civilizations WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3586 35A M T W R F 1 20 pm 5 05 pm B503 3419 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13306 35A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm B734 4993 35B T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm B504 15185 OL1 ONLINE COURSE HA 225 Art and Civilization of India 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Introduces major characteristics of Indian civilization through a survey of its traditions of art and architecture Illustrated lectures survey artistic tradition in relation to historical religious and social aspects of this civilization G7 Humanities G9 Other World Civilizations WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3088 35A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm B506 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13304 35A F 6 30 pm 9 20 pm B506 16456 OL1 ONLINE COURSE HA 226 Art and Civilization of the Islamic World 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 This course examines the art and civilization of the Islamic world from the birth of Islam in the seventh century CE to the present Students are introduced to the spiritual philosophical and sociopolitical

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  • Human Development | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Faculty Staff Alumni Recently Accepted Students Parents Employers Industry Adult Learners Career Professionals Home Center for Continuing and Professional Studies Courses Credit Human Development In this section Accessories Design Advertising and Marketing Communications Advertising Design Business Enterprise Business Law Chinese Communication Design Foundation Computer Graphics Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Design Division Studies Direct and Interactive Marketing Draping Techniques Educational Skills English and Speech Entrepreneurship Fabric Styling Fashion Design Apparel Fashion Design Art Fashion Business Management Film and Media Fine Arts French Global Fashion Management Graphic Design Health Education History History of Art and Civilization Home Products Human Development Illustration Interior Design International Trade and Marketing Internship Center Italian Japanese Jewelry Design Ladies Tailoring Liberal Arts Divisional Studies Marketing Fashion and Related Industries Mathematics Menswear Millinery Music Packaging Design Patternmaking Philosophy Photography Physical Education and Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Human Development Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 HD 111 Career Planning 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Provides students with an opportunity to explore their own values interests and capabilities and to acquire an in depth knowledge of the fashion industry and potential career opportunities Helps students gain insights into the relationship between self knowledge and career decision making Students have access to a computerized career guidance system for the fashion industries Guest speakers from the industry address career trends and options SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11562 25A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A643 16435 25B R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm E401 Credit Registration Learn How to Register See if the course you want

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  • Illustration | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Education History History of Art and Civilization Home Products Human Development Illustration Interior Design International Trade and Marketing Internship Center Italian Japanese Jewelry Design Ladies Tailoring Liberal Arts Divisional Studies Marketing Fashion and Related Industries Mathematics Menswear Millinery Music Packaging Design Patternmaking Philosophy Photography Physical Education and Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Illustration Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 IL 111 Fashion Illustration I 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 For Continuing Education students Students study the procedures and principles of fashion illustration and translate drawings from the live model into finished fashion illustrations rendering clothing and accessories Use of pen and ink marker and brush and wash techniques suitable for black and white reproduction is discussed SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11801 15A T R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D617 IL 123 Principles of Illustration I 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Explores media techniques and art research Introduces students to printing and the application of general illustration to specific design problems directs them to tap and discover personal resources for artistic expression G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16086 15A M 6 20 pm 9 10 pm D616 IL 126 Watercolor Comps and Illustrations 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Students learn to develop a wide variety of illustration projects in watercolor from comps to finishes that are ready for reproduction Emphasis is on real world assignments for newspapers magazines packaging advertising and children s book illustrations SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11327 15A W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D603 IL 143 Fashion Drawing I 2 credits In state 386 Out of state 1 136 includes 10 lab fee For Continuing Education students Drawing from the fashion model Emphasizes line drawing in charcoal conte and other black and white media SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16326 15A W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm D617 IL 181 The Essence of Comic Art 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 For Continuing Education students Cultivates the unique graphic style in magazine cartooning political cartoons and comic book characters stressing satire whimsy fantasy and humor Students develop the ability to succinctly express a comic point of view SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 6452 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D603 IL 183 Comic Book Illustration 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 For Continuing Education students This course addresses the professional process of creating comic book illustration from character design to panel to panel continuity and story development It focuses on sequential illustration as it applies to visual storytelling in comics SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13175 15A M 6 30

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  • Interior Design | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Civilization Home Products Human Development Illustration Interior Design International Trade and Marketing Internship Center Italian Japanese Jewelry Design Ladies Tailoring Liberal Arts Divisional Studies Marketing Fashion and Related Industries Mathematics Menswear Millinery Music Packaging Design Patternmaking Philosophy Photography Physical Education and Dance Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Science Social Sciences Spanish Textile Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Interior Design Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 ID 121 Survey of Interior Design 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Analyzes the history of furniture interiors and decorative arts from ancient times through Gothic periods in France England Italy Spain and Middle Europe and the Renaissance through Baroque periods in Italy Spain and Middle Europe SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 15906 15A M 6 30 pm 8 20 pm D523 ID 133 Presentation Techniques I 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Presents techniques of rendering the elements of interior spaces in detail including finishes fabrics window treatments and accessories Students learn quick visualization techniques and are introduced to the use of varied media in the representation of light texture color value and form SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 6429 15A W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D505 ID 151 Basic Drafting Techniques 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 For Continuing Education students Familiarizes students with the use of drafting equipment and materials Provides instruction in elementary drafting skills and conventions employing mechanical pencils and pen and ink in the representation of plans elevations and sections SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 6432 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D504

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