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Discipline: Certificate: Fashion Historical Costuming - M0674
Course Name Course Number
Clothing Construction I FASH 10
  • Students completing FASH 10 will be able to construct an adult short sleeve shirt with yoke and collar pursuant to apparel industry standards.
  • Students will be able to construct an adult sized pair of shorts with a fly front zipper pursuant to apparel industry standards.
Corset Construction FASH 16
  • Create and construct historically accurate corsets from a specific historical period
  • Identify terminology related to corsets from various historical periods
History of Fashion FASH 9
  • After completing the FASH 9 course, students will be able to compare the roles of women in each period in relation to their dress and appearance.
  • After completing this course, FASH 9 students will be able to analyze the relationship of social, political, and cultural developments to the changes in fashion and dress.
Patternmaking I FASH 21
  • After completing the FASH 21 course, students will be able to apply skills in copying (knocking off) garments from photos or sketches.
  • After completing the FASH 21 course, students will be able to apply skills in drafting completed production patterns ready to be cut and sewn.
Theatrical Costuming THTR 19
  • Students who complete THTR 19 will be able to render an appropriate costume design.
  • Students who complete THTR 19 will be able to build a costume using a commercial pattern and sewing machine.
  • Identify the Theatrical chain of command.
  • Distinguish the job responsibilities of all areas related to theatrical costuming.
  • Analyze a play script or dance to assess both character and costuming needs.
  • Evaluate costume items in theater area stock and rental companies for appropriate usage in theatrical productions
  • Distinguish silhouettes of individual periods to create accurate costumes.
  • Integrate historical research methods to create accurate costume designs.
  • Create costume design concepts.
  • Estimate costume budget needs.
  • Evaluate costume designs
  • Measure the human body for purchasing clothing, renting and constructing costumes.
  • Estimate the necessary yardage for costume construction.
  • Sketch the human body for costume rendering.