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  • Music | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Music Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 MU 202 Latin American and Caribbean Music 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 A survey of Latin American music with an emphasis on the process of music composition and instrumentation that led to its creation Students explore the creative process through in class performances of musical excerpts and demonstrations of Latin American musical instruments The class also focuses on the indigenous cultivated and vernacular traditions within Latin American music and their relation to regional histories No previous musical background is required Formerly LA 223 G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16454 35A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm A321B MU 203 Survey of American Music 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 A study of the major styles trends and significant composers in American music Through lecture and demonstration students explore various types of music including blues current trends folk jazz rock show and symphonic focusing on their relation to the American experience

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  • Packaging Design | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Packaging Design Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 PK 211 Introduction to Packaging Design 1 5 credits In state 282 Out of state 844 50 An introduction to the field of packaging design covering branding graphics materials technology and typography This studio course focuses on design phases from concept to three dimensional comprehensives and includes field trips and guest lecturers SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 15878 15A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D504 PK 352 Foundation in Sustainable Packaging Design 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 This course examines sustainability from its beginnings in the modern green movement to the triple bottom line of environmental economic and social issues Students study the development of packaging design and research rapidly changing sustainability standards and guidelines coming from industry NGOs and government SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 16333 65A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D524 PK 353 Systems Thinking in Sustainable Packaging Design 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 This course introduces systemic thinking and builds on industry guidelines and definitions

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  • Patternmaking | Fashion Institute of Technology
    25B M 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A309 15357 25C U 10 10 am 2 00 pm C610 PM 122 Patternmaking II Misses and Women s Wear 3 credits In state 589 Out of state 1 714 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite PM 121 Utilizing the basic slopers students develop additional patterns for style variations using the slopers developed in PM 121 Patterns are developed for bodice torso and sleeves A variety of skirt slopers are developed Pattern corrections are made according to fit balance and specification measurements Final patterns and fabric samples acceptable for mass production are created SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13098 25A R 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C610 15338 25B T 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A309 PM 171 Pattern Grading Misses and Women s Wear 3 credits In state 589 Out of state 1 714 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite for Patternmaking Certificate students PM 121 or for Fashion Design students FD 111 or FD 121 Introduction to manual pattern grading and marker layout techniques The students learn how to apply grade measurements proportionally to all the pieces within a pattern The importance of accurate measurement specifications and their effect on the finished product are emphasized Marker layouts for samples costing and mass production are developed SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 7124 25A R 6 30 pm 10 00 pm A309 PM 232 Patternmaking Misses and Women s Wear 3 credits In state 589 Out of state 1 714 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite PM 122 Advanced study of misses and women s dresses with emphasis on evening and bridal wear SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 15055 25A S 9 10 am 1 00 pm C610 PM 233 Patternmaking Misses Sportswear 3 credits In state 589 Out of state 1 714 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite PM 122 Students learn the necessary details involved in developing linings facings fusibles stays and stampers for both tops and bottoms Pant and jacket slopers are created with a strong emphasis on fit Multiple construction techniques are discussed A final fabric sample is developed with all the specification measurements and construction details necessary for manufacturing SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13997 25A W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C610 PM 236 Patternmaking Coats and Suits I 3 credits In state 589 Out of state 1 714 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite PM 122 Students learn patternmaking for all types of coats and suits SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 15056 25A M 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C412 PM 251 Advanced Pattern Technology 2 5 credits In state 495 Out of state 1 432 50 includes 25 Patternmaking fee Prerequisite PM 122 or approval of chairperson Introduction to the fundamental concepts and methods of technical design in production developmentfrom concept through productionfor apparel and related products The elements of technical design technical sketching and documentation garment specification fitting technical communication and the use of CAD systems in the manufacturing

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  • Philosophy | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Philosophy Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 PL 143 Introduction to Asian Philosophies 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Introduces the major philosophies of the Asian world that underlie and shape Eastern cultures Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism and Taoism are emphasized G7 Humanities G9 Other World Civilizations SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13913 35A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm B503 11624 35B R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm B503 PL 211 Informal Logic A Guide to Clear Thinking 3 credits Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Introduction to practical techniques for evaluating criticizing and defending arguments using ordinary English Both deductive and inductive reasoning are considered and how to recognize fallacies is emphasized Stresses techniques for producing good arguments of many types G7 Humanities SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14418 OL1 ONLINE COURSE PL 431 Philosophy Ethics 3 credits In state 810 Out of state 2 448 Online In state 855 Out of state 2 493 An introduction to philosophy in general and to ethics in particular Philosophy is presented as an ongoing activity with emphasis on providing students with logical and conceptual tools for dealing with real world situations The course is oriented toward the development of the student s ability to use reason to evaluate arguments particularly ethical arguments G7 Humanities WINTER CRN Section Day

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  • Photography | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Photography View Related Credit Certificate Program Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 PH 117 Principles of Photography Including Darkroom Instruction 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Introduces students to the techniques of black and white photography including basic studio setup lighting techniques model direction and related film exposure as applied to the 35mm camera Instruction on enlarging techniques and film processing through the use of the darkroom are also covered G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 12390 15A R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D411 PH 118 Beginning Digital Photography 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 An introductory course that familiarizes students with the basics of photography from visual aesthetic and technical viewpoints The course explores the differences between conventional silver based analog and digital photographic tools Students learn camera technique the transfer of the image from the camera to the computer basic scanning and digital printing Students are required to possess their own digital DSLR cameras SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13307 15A R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D422 14862 15B M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D411 15701 15C W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D422 16426 15D S 9 10 am 12 00 pm C414 PH 130 Lighting I 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Students are introduced to the craft of lighting They explore the qualities of various kinds of light and observe light from a scientific perspective which informs their aesthetic decisions This course is taught using digital cameras SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14809 15A S 2 10 pm 5 00 pm C414 PH 162 Photographic Styling 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Introduces the elements of photographic styling stressing both creative sensitivity and technical skills through lectures and demonstrations Assignments include fashion beauty illustration tabletop and food styling G6 Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 9740 15A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D420 7182 15B R 6 30 pm 9 20 pm D420 PH 171 Digital Darkroom 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 This course offers an in depth study of the workflow necessary for the storage editing and output of digital photography Students are introduced to computer aided tools and techniques that apply to the production and aesthetic concerns of photography in the digital environment SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14057 15A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C511 PH 272 Photoshop I for Photographers 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Students engage in a comprehensive study of

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  • Physical Education and Dance | Fashion Institute of Technology
    pm 8 20 pm BBX28 PE 119 Dances of the Middle East and India 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 This course introduces students to the movements and rhythms of the ancient dance arts of the Middle East and India Students learn about the Arabic Turkish North African Arabian Gulf and Indian cultures by focusing on the origins history and development of their dance arts G6 The Arts SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 14314 35A T 6 30 pm 8 20 pm AAX25 PE 131 Tennis I 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Teaches the fundamental skills of tennis and knowledge of the game SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5006 35A S 9 10 am 11 00 am BBX02 PE 141 Fitness Training 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Students focus on the progressive development of the four components of physical fitness muscular strength muscular endurance through weight room training and calisthenics cardiovascular endurance and fitness WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3286 35A M T W R F 6 20 pm 8 50 pm AAX39 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5007 35A W 6 30 pm 8 20 pm AAX39 PE 143 Yoga I 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Students learn the basic yoga practices including relaxation postures breathing concentration meditation and positive thinking Nutrition is also discussed WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 2382 35A M T W R F 1 20 pm 3 50 pm BBX28 3065 35B M T W R F 10 00 am 12 30 pm BBX28 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 7705 35A M 6 30 pm 8 20 pm BBX28 9402 35B W 6 30 pm 8 20 pm BBX28 5010 35C R 6 30 pm 8 20 pm BBX28 7032 35D S 11 10 am 1 00 pm BBX28 PE 145 Tai Chi I 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Students learn the Yang form of this ancient holistic Chinese exercise to develop good balance and coordination and to relax physically and mentally SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 9159 35A T 6 30 pm 8 20 pm AAX39 5014 35B R 6 30 pm 8 20 pm AAX39 PE 146 Kung Fu 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Translated as discipline and inner development kung fu focuses on learning a system of movements based upon the observations of nature by ancient Chinese priests and monks The forms basic stances kicks and punches of Shaolin kung fu are taught to achieve better health harmony and coordination SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13605 35A M 6 30 pm 8 20 pm AAX39 PE 147 Gentle Yoga 1 credit In state 188 Out of state 563 Gentle yoga introduces all the benefits of yoga with less demand on the body This course can be enjoyed by all students particularly those with limited physical health or range of motion Benefits

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  • Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 MG 114 Principles of Product Construction 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Prerequisite TS 111 or TS 015 115 or TS 132 Emphasizes the relationship between the quality and construction of a sewn product and focuses on the geometric principles of draping drafting and grading of industrial patterns Students develop and interpret original patterns using both manual and computerized methods and apply the data to written specifications SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11659 25A W 6 30 pm 10 00 pm C401 MG 132 Marketing for Manufacturers 3 credits Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Students are introduced to the basic concept of marketing and the components of the marketing mix in order to understand how fashion products are developed and successfully distributed Computer assisted marketing including barcoding e commerce and the role of the internet is investigated as a strategic tool for globalization SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 11313 OL1 ONLINE COURSE MG 153 Excel for Business 2 credits In state 376 Out of state 1 126 Online In state 406 Out of state 1 156 This course provides a comprehensive presentation of Microsoft Excel Topics include charting data tables financial functions formatting formulas functions what if analysis working with large worksheets and other business related topics WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3547 25A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm C415A 3011 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 12607 25A M 6 30 pm

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  • Science | Fashion Institute of Technology
    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 Science Winter 2016 Courses January 4 January 20 Spring 2016 Courses January 25 May 17 SC 032 Color Science Laboratory 1 credit In state 270 Out of state 816 Co requisite SC 332 This lab offers students a hands on opportunity to learn about the various topics covered in SC 332 State of the art equipment is used to perform spectrophotometric and colorimetric analysis of samples prepared using paints dyes filters colored lights and colored papers to explore the relationship between color and light the principles of additive and subtractive color mixing and instrumentation based color matching SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 6588 85A M 7 30 pm 9 20 pm C816 14790 85B R 6 30 pm 8 20 pm C816 SC 111 Introduction to the Physical Sciences 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Prerequisite Arithmitic proficiency see beginning of Mathamatics section Not open to students who have taken SC 112 Presents basic principles of chemistry physics and earth and space sciences with emphasis on understanding the physical world Includes theoretical concepts as well as applications Illustrated by suitable lecture demonstrations G3 Natural Sciences WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 2128 35A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm C814 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5022 35A T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C808 13300 35B T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C810 7510 35C W 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C808 12021 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SC 112 Earth Science 3 5 credits Online In state 710 50 Out of state 2 023 Prerequisite Arithmitic proficiency see beginning of Mathamatics section Not open to students who have taken SC 111 The historical development current research and fundamental principles associated with meteorology geology and astronomy are studied Trips to research and field sites are included G3 Natural Sciences WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 3507 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 13663 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SC 121 Introduction to Biological Science 3 credits In state 564 Out of state 1 689 Online In state 609 Out of state 1 734 Prerequisite Arithmitic proficiency see beginning of Mathamatics section Not open to students who have taken SC 122 Examines the fundamentals of biology with emphasis on molecular cell and organismal biology Biotic diversity evolution and genetics are also presented G3 Natural Sciences WINTER CRN Section Day Time Location 2132 35A M T W R F 9 00 am 12 45 pm C812 SPRING CRN Section Day Time Location 5028 35A M 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C812 5029 35B T 6 30 pm 9 20 pm C812 15507 OL1 ONLINE COURSE SC 332 Color and Light 3 credits In state

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