FMER 400 Special Topics in Fashion

Builds on concepts, skills, and theories taught in 200- and 300-level fashion design and fashion merchandising courses. This course provides students specialized studio experience in hands-on production topics related to fashion design and merchandising. The course focuses on a specific area of creative production - looking at both historical and contemporary approaches, the cultural and economic impact, and future influences of fashion. Topics vary semester to semester and may include trend forecasting, knitwear, active wear, and advanced concept development and distribution. Projects encourage experimentation, risk-taking, and connecting the fashion design and merchandising disciplines.

Credits

3 credits

Cross Listed Courses

Cross listed as FDES 400

Prerequisite

Varies depending on topic

Offered

Fall or Spring, as needed

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