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Color Theory
Discover color and its implications for designers and artists. Study ideas of space and the use of color to solve spatial problems. Look at color harmony and the way colors interact, as well as color qualities and combinations. Online students must have access to a scanner. Prerequisites: none.
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5223 - PCFA 0110 A
  • Brodsky, Beverly
Jan 22 - Apr 16
On Campus
Tuesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Color Theory
Discover color and its implications for designers and artists. Study ideas of space and the use of color to solve spatial problems. Look at color harmony and the way colors interact, as well as color qualities and combinations. Online students must have access to a scanner. Prerequisites: none.
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5226 - PCFA 0110 X1
  • McDonald, Daniel
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Fabric Selection/Design Style
Explore fabric research and color theory before drawing your own design. Develop color swatch boards like those used by designers to present their season collections. Discuss inspiration and personal style while selecting fabric swatches. As a final step, create an original finished design, sure to be a colorful addition to your portfolio. Three sessions of this course meet during daytime hours at fiber shows and mil...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5239 - PCFD 0450 A
  • Cesarani, Salvatore
Jan 22 - Feb 26
On Campus
Tuesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Worth to Westwood:Fashion Hist
In this course, we explore fashion beginning with the father of haute couture and concluding with the designer who brought punk and new wave fashion into the mainstream. We discuss fashion in its historical context, examining economic and technological influences, as well as those from the world of arts and artists. Broad thematic considerations include the nature of fashion (what it is and what it does) and its rela...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5247 - PCFD 0302 X1
  • Hughes, Patrick
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Fashion Trends
This course examines significant cultural phenomena that shape new sensibilities in fashion. Themes covered in the historically-based-image lectures include revolution, music, cosmopolitanism, film, dissemination of couture, memory, and the acquisition of “the look.” This course also incorporates discussions and viewings of current collection showings from the world’s fashion capitals. Prerequisites: none.
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5251 - PCFD 0320 X1
  • Hughes, Patrick
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Fashion Entrepreneurship
Students aspiring to become entrepreneurs in the fashion industry examine the skills needed to conceive, finance, open, and operate a successful fashion business. Through collaborative research and hands-on practice, students learn the elements of opening a business and navigating the complexities of working with a team. They learn to create business models and structure legal business organizations and explore the d...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5253 - PCFD 0804 X1
  • BERGER, DONNA
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Consumer Behavior
Today’s competitive marketing climate has led many companies to explore theories of consumer behavior. This course focuses on the profile of the consumer—psychographics and demographics—and consumer interests, with an emphasis on generational marketing. Segmented and niche markets and their development are also discussed. Prerequisites: none.
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5254 - PCFD 0805 X1
  • Johnson, Marie
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Fashion Merchandising
Study the fundamentals of fashion merchandising principles and the techniques you need to operate as a merchandiser in a successful fashion apparel company or as an entrepreneurial boutique owner. Analyze case studies outlining merchandising strategies used by manufacturers and retailers. Study the impact of consumer behavior and how it leads to forecasting. Learn about "global merchandising", where it's effective, a...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5257 - PCFD 0806 X1
  • Duncan, Joan
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Retail Buying
Learn to work with a retail buyer or become one yourself. This course is essential for managers, retail business owners, and manufacturers’ account representatives. Topics covered include profitability scrutiny, open to buys, initial and cumulative markup, shortages, sell-through, and sales to stock analysis. Students learn how to buy or communicate with buyers and complete practical and realistic assignments. Prereq...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5260 - PCFD 0807 X1
  • Soundararajan, Vasumathi
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Online Retailing
This course introduces students to the online retailing environment and examines a variety of retail models, from the multichannel strategies of large retailers to small niche concepts. Students learn the retail terminology of the online fashion marketplace and compare Web and traditional brick-and-mortar or catalog retail formats. Special attention is paid to online consumers’ unique shopping habits, preferences, an...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5262 - PCFD 0808 X1
  • Williams, Joshua
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
Typography 1
An in-depth understanding of typographic concepts and methods is essential for effective visual communication. Students examine the evolution of the alphabet and the history and basics of typographic style (with an emphasis on 20th-century type design and application). Projects help students understand the difference between legibility and readability and develop a discerning eye and the ability to create effective a...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 5269 - PCGA 0101 A
  • Siegel, Etta
Jan 22 - Apr 16
On Campus
Tuesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Typography 1
An in-depth understanding of typographic concepts and methods is essential for effective visual communication. Students examine the evolution of the alphabet and the history and basics of typographic style (with an emphasis on 20th-century type design and application). Projects help students understand the difference between legibility and readability and develop a discerning eye and the ability to create effective a...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 5271 - PCGA 0101 X1
  • Kennedy, Steven
Jan 22 - Mar 31
Online
Spring 2019
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