FASHION - HISTORICAL COSTUME MAKING (17 Units) ( Archived )
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Program Type: Occupational Skills Certificate

Division: School of Career and Technical Education

Program Description:
Upon completion of the requirements, the costume student will be prepared to pattern, cut and sew historical costumes. The use of industrial sewing equipment, patternmaking, tools and materials are part of the training program. Historical costumes will be studied and created by the student as part of the program to train students to enter the field of costume technician or sewer.
This training serves to offer the basic skills required to qualify for employment in a costume business, or as a costume assistant. Studies in the history of fashion, both modern and historical clothing construction , alterations, and patternmaking by draped methods are part of the course of study.

An Occupational Skills Certificate is awarded upon completion of all required courses with a grade of C or better.

Effective: Summer 2008

Required Units in the Major:    17

Required Courses
  FASH 001A - FASHION SURVEY (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 124 - HISTORY OF COSTUME (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 001B - INTERMEDIATE CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 108 - PATTERNMAKING BY DRAPING (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 005 - PATTERN DRAFTING (3.0 units)
  OR
  FASH 001C - ADVANCED CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 128G - HISTORICAL REPRODUCTIONS (1.0 units)

Required Electives (0 Units)

None

Recommended Electives
  THRT 015 - COSTUME CRAFTS (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 105 - INTERMEDIATE FASHION DRAFTING AND DRAPING (3.0 units)
  &
  FASH 106 - ADVANCED PATTERN DRAFTING AND DRAPING (3.0 units)