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  • International Trade and Marketing | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 International Trade and Marketing Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 IN 201 Global Sourcing in the Textile Industries 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 This overview of global sourcing in the textile industries examines how textile firms search for raw materials textile chemicals equipment and manufacturing plans in foreign markets Students analyze how various professions including primary producers commission manufacturers jobbers brokers and trading companies participate in the international production and distribution of the final product Emphasis is on the dynamics of the supply side resource development and production and the demand side resource procurement and management SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13079 25A R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D447 IN 312 International Trade 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Online In state 855 Out of state 2 493 Introduces international trade as it is practiced today Students learn how various industries have developed different international trade patterns and how the internet is rapidly changing this field Focus is placed on international trade as an industry professional opportunities project management intercultural skills and technical trends in logistics and online research SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 12369 75A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A336 13240 OL1 ONLINE COURSE IN 313 International Business Transactions

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  • Italian | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Italian Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 IT 111 Italian I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 This introductory course enables students with no background in Italian to communicate with Italian speaking people The basic skills of speaking reading and writing in Italian are established and Italian culture is introduced Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5413 85A M 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A341B 14151 85B T 6 30 pm 7 15 pm A684 T 7 20 pm 8 10 pm CCD614 R 6 30 pm 8 10 pm D403 IT 112 Italian II 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite IT 111 or equivalent Students expand upon the skills established in Italian I and continue to study Italian culture Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5891 85A M 6 30 pm 8 20 pm C509 W 6 30 pm 7 15 pm CCD614 W 7 20 pm 8 10 pm A644 11044 85B R 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A312 IT 122 Italian Conversation I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite IT 111 or equivalent Students learn to converse in Italian by emphasizing interaction in real world situations Functional and practical verbal communications are addressed with a focus on Italian culture Course also taught in Florence Italy in Winter and Summer sessions G8 Foreign Language

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  • Japanese | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Design Textile Science Textile Technology Toy Design Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Noncredit Courses Credit Courses 212 217 3334 Staff Directory Japanese Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 JA 111 Japanese I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 This introductory course enables students with no background in Japanese to communicate with Japanese speaking people The basic skills of speaking reading and writing in Japanese are established and Japanese culture is introduced Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 10682 85A R 6 30 pm 10 00 pm B304 JA 112 Japanese II 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite JA 111 or equivalent Students expand upon the skills established in Japanese I and continue to study Japanese culture Teacher instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11298 85A W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm B307 JA 122 Japanese Conversation I 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite JA 111 or equivalent Students learn to converse in Japanese by emphasizing interaction in real world situations Functional and practical verbal communications are addressed with a focus on Japanese culture Course also taught in Tokyo Japan in Summer Session G8 Foreign Language SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 9918 85A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A341B JA 214 Japanese IV 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Prerequisite JA 213 or equivalent Building on Japanese III students refine their communication skills in Japanese More advanced supplementary reading materials including poetry short stories and magazine and newspaper articles films and videos further the

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  • Jewelry Design | Fashion Institute of Technology
    of chairperson Introduces precision techniques in soldering and shaping jewelry Emphasis is on exact measurements and control of jewelry tools and soldering torches SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 12136 15A R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A481 JD 115 Metal Forming Techniques Chasing and Repouss 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Prerequisite all first semester Jewelry Design courses or approval of chairperson Co requisites JD 116 JD 122 JD 134 JD 171 and JD 173 or approval of chairperson Introduces students to jewelry forming techniques by making their own dapping and chasing tools by means of forging annealing and tempering Using these tools objects are created by repouss and other methods SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16423 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A481 JD 121 Wax Carving 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Co requisites JD 113 JD 114 JD 131 JD 133 and JD 172 or approval of chairperson Wax carving of designs suitable for jewelry stressing illusion and perspective needed for both brooches and rings Emphasis is on preparing a design and model for production SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 10254 15A F 6 30 pm 8 20 pm A480 JD 122 Jewelry Casting 2 credits In state 386 Out of state 1 136 includes 10 lab fee Prerequisites JD 121 Using designs developed in JD 121 students cast learning the chemistry of alloying metals and the principles in all casting methods Experience also is acquired in mold making spruing and investing SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 6457 15A W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A481 JD 138 Introduction to CAD for Jewelry Design 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Prerequisites CG 111 and JD 131 or approval of chairperson Students create two and three dimensional computer generated drawings and models specific to jewelry design Using modeling software and other computer applications students develop basic jewelry design skills to create a personal style SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16424 15A S 9 10 am 12 00 pm C231 JD 161 Changes Trends and Appraisals 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Students study the symbolic meaning and economic rationale for jewelry in society and are introduced to the science of appraising jewelry They learn stylistic differences and the causes and factors behind them and how styles are influenced by social and political events SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 9577 15A R 6 30 pm 8 20 pm D211 JD 215 Alternative Materials for Jewelry Fabrication 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 Prerequisite all second semester Jewelry Design courses Co requisites JD 213 JD 214 JD 216 JD 251 or approval of chairperson Covers the design approaches and special methods used in the manufacture of jewelry from common industrial materials such as plastics rubber and stainless steel Students design and produce prototypes for a small collection SPRING CRN

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  • Ladies Tailoring | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Professional Studies Courses Credit Ladies Tailoring 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 Ladies Tailoring Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 TL 111 Ladies Tailoring I 2 5 credits In state 470 Out of state 1 407 50 Introduces students to the fundamental hand and machine skills Includes construction processes assembly procedures selection of trimmings and notions fabric cutting and fabrics Basic knowledge of sewing is required SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 4410 15A M 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C706 15981 15B W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C603 TL 112 Ladies Tailoring II 2 5 credits In state 470 Out of state 1 407 50 Prerequisite TL 111 Develops skills and techniques necessary to produce ladies tailored slacks and vests Includes construction processes assembly procedures selection of trimmings and notions fabric cutting and finishes for ladies tailored slacks and vests SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16079 15A T 6 30

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  • Mathematics | Fashion Institute of Technology
    35A M T W R F 9 00 am 11 30 am B824 2506 35B M T W R F 12 10 pm 2 30 pm B824 MA 003 Algebra Review 0 credit In state 376 Out of state 1 126 generates 2 billing hours Prerequisites SAT math score 550 an below or ACT math score 23 and below or appropriate score on algebra placement test For those students who need improvement in algebra Reviews basic algebra topics such as signed numbers solving linear and simultaneous equations factoring exponents and graphing linear equations with emphasis on verbal problems WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3204 35A M T W R F 9 00 am 11 30 am B825 3206 35B M T W R F 6 20 pm 8 50 pm B825 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14048 35A S 11 10 am 1 00 pm B824 15696 35B W 6 30 pm 8 20 pm D503 15813 35C T 6 30 pm 8 20 pm B819 15967 35D R 6 30 pm 8 30 pm C409 MA 005 Developmental Math for Fashion Merchandising Management 0 credit In state 752 Out of state 2 252 generates 4 billing hours Prerequisite SAT math score 510 or below or ACT math score 21 or below or appropriate score on Fashion Business Management math placement test A developmental math course specifically designed for FBM students In addition to the fundamentals of arithmetic emphasis is placed on the skills needed for the quantitative study of merchandising in the FBM curriculum SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14349 35A M 6 30 pm 8 20 pm D447 W 6 30 pm 8 20 pm C810 MA 142 Geometry and the Art of Design formerly MA 242 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Prerequisites arithmetic proficiency see beginning of Mathematics section A contemporary primer of geometric topics that expand the concepts of shape and space this course presents some of the established and emerging ways geometry can provide tools and insights for artists and designers Included are a variety of visual phenomena such as fractals knots mazes symmetry and the golden ratio G2 Mathematics WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3287 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14103 35A R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C812 14104 35B T R 5 10 pm 6 25 pm C814 16202 OL1 ONLINE COURSE MA 161 Mathematical Ideas 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Prerequisites arithmetic proficiency see beginning of Mathematics section Provides an overview of the historic heuristic and visual dimensions of mathematics Includes the golden ratio fractal geometry sets and groups logic and circuits Euler diagrams number theory and discrete math G2 Mathematics WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3288 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 9290 35A M 6 30 pm 9

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  • Menswear | Fashion Institute of Technology
    and Professional Studies Courses Credit Menswear 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 Menswear Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 MW 142 Menswear Sewing 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 This course introduces students to the many processes involved in creating a first sample Professional standards of construction are emphasized throughout the semester as students cut lay out and construct a classic menswear shirt SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14020 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C602 16076 15B R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C602 MW 144 Tailoring II 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Prerequisite MW 143 This course introduces students to professional tailoring practices for the menswear suit jacket blazer Details specific to the jacket and appropriate finishes for a high end tailored garment are covered throughout the semester SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16077 15A W 6 30 pm

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  • Millinery | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Millinery Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 ML 113 Blocking Techniques for Hats 2 5 credits In state 470 Out of state 1 407 50 Students acquire basic stitching patternmaking and blocking skills while completing a beret baseball cap draped felt hat and a one piece blocked felt hat SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 8893 15A F 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A485 ML 115 Fabric Hat Construction 2 5 credits In state 470 Out of state 1 407 50 Prerequisite ML 113 Students learn to develop patterns and construct soft fabric hats and caps Grain lines fabric qualities and support materials are covered as is the impact of the materials on the hat s shape and body SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13556 15A R 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A485 ML 116 Cold Weather Headgear 2 5 credits In state 470 Out of state 1 407 50 Prerequisite ML 115 Students continue to master patternmaking and blocking skills while completing a helmet hunting cap and cuff hat

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