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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Textile and Apparel: Pattern I
Major: 5764
First Term: 2012 Summer II    Final Term: Current
Award: CCL
Total Credits: 13
CIPS Code: 52.1802
Initiating College: Mesa Community College
Program Availability: College Specific
Occupational Area: Art, A/V Technology, and Communication/Merchandising
Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34)
GPA: 2.00

Detailed Program Information


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Textile and Apparel: Pattern I program is designed for students with an interest in design and development of flat patterns for custom and commercial apparel. It provides students with skills using the proper techniques in pattern drafting, grading and CAD applications for apparel patterns. Completers of the certificate will enter the fashion industry at entry-level positions but with an understanding of the pattern drafting industry.

Program Notes:
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.
+ indicates courses has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
++ indicates any module/suffixed courses.


Program Prerequisites
 Credits: 0-3
 TEC111Clothing Construction (3) OR 
 TEC125Fashion Design (3) OR 
 Permission of Program Director0-3
 
Required Courses
 Credits: 15
+TEC221Computer-Assisted Fashion Design3
+TEC225Pattern Design I3
+TEC226Draping for Fashion Design3
+TEC231Pattern Grading3
+TEC270Design Studio3
 

Program Competencies
 
1. Develop portfolio for computer-assisted apparel designs using industry software and the elements and principles of design. (TEC221)
2.Apply flat pattern techniques in creating original designs, patterns, and garments. (TEC225)
3.Drape, mark, and true an original design in a knit fabric. (TEC226)
4.Grade Patterns to change sizes. (TEC231)
5.Design and construct an original garment for a line/collection. (TEC270)
 


All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.