Apparel + Merchandising AM (AM)

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1 Apparel + Merchandising-AM (AM) 1 AM 241 Apparel Production Credits: 3 (1-4-0) APPAREL + MERCHANDISING- Production processes of sewn textile products, flat Course Description: pattern, pattern grading, marker making, and writing specifications. AM (AM) (AM 143) and (MATH 117) and (MATH 118) and (MATH 124, Prerequisite: may be taken concurrently). Portfolio review required. Must register for Registration Information: Courses lecture and laboratory. AM 101 Fashion Industries Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Fall. Term Offered: Course Description: Development, organization, and trends of domestic Grade Mode: Traditional. and foreign fashion industries. Yes. Special Course Fee: None. Prerequisite: Sections may be offered: Online. Registration Information: AM 243 Adobe Photoshop for Textile Design Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Fall, Summer. Terms Offered: Textile design using Adobe Photoshop to generate Course Description: Grade Mode: Traditional. drawings for surface and structural textile design. No. Special Course Fee: None. Prerequisite: Registration Information: Offered as an online course only. AM 110 Apparel and Merchandising Digital Technology Credits: Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: 3 (2-2-0) Grade Mode: Traditional. Introduction to computer technologies used in Course Description: Special Course Fee: No. apparel and merchandising industries. Prerequisite: None. AM 244 Illustration for Apparel Design Credits: 3 (1-4-0) Must register for lecture and laboratory. Registration Information: Course Description: Illustration skills using traditional media/CAD Fall, Spring. Terms Offered: applications and analysis of visual communication. Grade Mode: Traditional. Prerequisite: AM 143. Special Course Fee: No. Registration Information: Portfolio review required. Must register for lecture and laboratory. AM 130 Awareness and Appreciation of Design Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Fall. Term Offered: Course Description: Awareness and appreciation of design as it exists Traditional. Grade Mode: in the context of everyday life and is expressive of cultural character No. Special Course Fee: and human creativity. Awareness and appreciation of design comes as a natural consequence of learning how to recognize and interpret the AM 250 Clothing, Adornment and Human Behavior (GT-SS3) Credits: elements from which it is created. 3 (3-0-0) None. Prerequisite: Course Description: Psychological, sociological and cultural factors Fall, Spring. Terms Offered: influencing clothing and adornment. Grade Mode: Traditional. None. Prerequisite: No. Special Course Fee: Fall, Spring. Terms Offered: Arts & Humanities 3B. Additional Information: Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. AM 143 Introduction to Apparel Design Credits: 4 (2-4-0) Global & Cultural Awareness 3E, Human Behavior, Additional Information: Course Description: Apparel and garment-pattern development, Culture, or Social Frameworks (GT-SS3). construction, quality, skill development in technical drawing and rendering. AM 270 Merchandising Processes Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Prerequisite: None. Forecasting, planning, evaluating, and presenting Course Description: Acceptance into Apparel Design and Production Registration Information: merchandise lines to meet target market demands. program concentration required. Must register for lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: (AM 101 with a minimum grade of C and AM 130 with Term Offered: Spring. a minimum grade of C and DM 120 with a minimum grade of C) and Grade Mode: Traditional. (MATH 124). Yes. Special Course Fee: Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online. Fall, Spring. Terms Offered: AM 240 Computer-Aided Apparel Design Credits: 3 (0-6-0) Traditional. Grade Mode: Course Description: Apparel design using the computer to generate Special Course Fee: No. drawings for fabric, graphic logo, and apparel. AM 143. Prerequisite: AM 275 Product Development I Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Portfolio review required. Registration Information: Fundamental techniques and skills applied to the Course Description: Spring. Term Offered: development of apparel and textile products. Grade Mode: Traditional. Prerequisite: AM 101 with a minimum grade of C and AM 110 and AM 130 No. Special Course Fee: with a minimum grade of C and MATH 124. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring. Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No.

2 2 Apparel + Merchandising-AM (AM) AM 290 Workshop Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) AM 345 Draping Design Credits: 3 (0-6-0) Apparel designing through basic draping techniques. Course Description: Course Description: AM 241. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: None. Term Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. Spring. Terms Offered: Instructor Option. Traditional. Grade Mode: Grade Mode: Yes. Special Course Fee: No. Special Course Fee: AM 363 Historic Costume Credits: 3 (3-0-0) AM 321 Advanced Textiles Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Influence of social, political, and economic Course Description: Course Description: Textile product serviceability; effect of fiber structure conditions on costume of predynastic Egypt to present time. on properties and performance; new developments. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: DM 120. None. Term Offered: Term Offered: Spring. Spring. Grade Mode: Traditional. Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. Special Course Fee: No. AM 364 History of Fashion Designers/Manufacturers Credits: 3 (0-0-3) AM 330 Textile and Apparel Economics Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Course Description: Fashion designers and manufacturers who Course Description: Manufacture of textile and apparel products; established the field and their contemporaries. structure of the industries; international trade and consumption. Prerequisite: (AM 270 with a minimum grade of C) and (AREC 202 with a Prerequisite: None. Offered as an online course only. Registration Information: minimum grade of C or ECON 202 with a minimum grade of C). Terms Offered: Term Offered: Fall. Fall, Spring, Summer. Grade Mode: Traditional. Traditional. Grade Mode: Special Course Fee: No. No. Special Course Fee: AM 366 Merchandising Promotion Credits: 3 (3-0-0) AM 335 Textiles and Apparel Supply Chains Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Course Description: Activities used to influence sale of merchandise and Course Description: Managing the flow of materials, information, and services; to promote trends and ideas. finances as they move in a process from supplier to retailers and Prerequisite: (AM 270 or MKT 300 or MKT 305) and (DM 272). consumers in a global environment. Fall, Summer. Terms Offered: Prerequisite: AM 270. Traditional. Term Offered: Spring. Grade Mode: Special Course Fee: Grade Mode: No. Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. AM 371 Merchandising Systems Credits: 4 (3-2-0) Business mathematics and current practices related Course Description: AM 341 Computer-Aided Apparel Production Credits: 3 (1-4-0) Course Description: to acquisition, negotiation, distribution, and sale of merchandise. Computer-aided design technology used in apparel (ACT 205 or ACT 210) and (AM 270 with a minimum grade Prerequisite: sketching, pattern drafting, grading, and marker making. Prerequisite: of C). AM 241. Registration Information: Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. Must register for lecture and laboratory. Terms Offered: Spring. Term Offered: Fall, Spring. Traditional. Grade Mode: Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. Special Course Fee: Yes. AM 373 Apparel Design and Retail Entrepreneurship Credits: 3 (3-0-0) AM 342 Computer-Aided Textile Design Credits: 3 (0-6-0) Course Description: Computer-aided technology and multicultural Course Description: Entrepreneurship opportunities relative to apparel research used to create repeat fabric design; fabric printing using design, product development, and merchandising; development of understanding to initiate an apparel products and/or services business. silkscreen. AM 270 and ECON 202. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: AM 110. Registration Information: Junior standing. Required field trips. Credit not Term Offered: Fall. allowed for both AM 373 and DM 380A1. Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. Fall (even years). Term Offered: Traditional. Grade Mode: AM 344 Adobe Illustrator for Apparel Design Credits: 3 (0-0-3) Special Course Fee: No. Course Description: Apparel design using Adobe Illustrator to generate AM 375 Product Development II Credits: 3 (2-2-0) drawings for garment technical sketching, fashion illustration, and Course Description: Product design and development for apparel and graphic logos. AM 243, may be taken concurrently. Prerequisite: other soft goods through industry-driven projects. Offered as an online course only. DM 272 with a minimum grade of C and AM 270 with a Prerequisite: Registration Information: Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: minimum grade of C and AM 275. Must register for lecture and lab. Required field Traditional. Grade Mode: Registration Information: Special Course Fee: No. trips. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring. Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No.

3 Apparel + Merchandising-AM (AM) 3 AM 475 Product Development III Credits: 3 (3-0-0) AM 384 Supervised College Teaching Credits: Var[1-3] (0-0-0) Course Description: Technology-based product innovation for positive Course Description: Prerequisite: None. social and environmental impacts. Prerequisite: AM 335 and AM 375. A maximum of 10 combined credits for all 384 Registration Information: Fall. Term Offered: and 484 courses are counted towards graduation requirements. Traditional. Terms Offered: Grade Mode: Fall, Spring, Summer. Grade Mode: Special Course Fee: No. Instructor Option. No. Special Course Fee: AM 479 Merchandising Policies and Strategies Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Course Description: Examination of merchandising environment as AM 421 Textiles Product Quality Assessment Credits: 3 (2-2-0) influenced by its structure, and economic, legal, demographic, and Course Description: Role of quality assurance in product development, psychographic trends. production, performance, and user satisfaction with sewn products and (AM 270 and AM 330 and AM 366 and AM 371) and (DM 360 the textile and other components of those products. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: DM 120. or MKT 360). Must register for lecture and laboratory. Registration Information: Fall, Spring. Terms Offered: Traditional. Grade Mode: Fall. Term Offered: Special Course Fee: Traditional. Grade Mode: No. Yes. Special Course Fee: AM 495A Independent Study: Merchandising Credits: Var[1-3] (0-0-0) Course Description: AM 430 International Retailing Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Application of retail principles to analyze the Prerequisite: Course Description: None. internationalization process of retailing. Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: Grade Mode: AM 330 and DM 360 or MKT 360. Instructor Option. Prerequisite: Special Course Fee: Spring (even years). Term Offered: No. Traditional. Grade Mode: AM 495B Independent Study: Apparel Design and Production Credits: No. Special Course Fee: Var[1-3] (0-0-0) AM 446 Apparel Design and Production Credits: 3 (1-4-0) Course Description: Computer-aided design technology used in apparel None. Prerequisite: Course Description: Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. sketching, pattern drafting, grading and marker making; final portfolio Grade Mode: preparation and review. Instructor Option. Prerequisite: AM 341 and AM 342. Special Course Fee: No. Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. AM 495D Independent Study: Textiles and Clothing Credits: Term Offered: Fall. Var[1-3] (0-0-0) Grade Mode: Traditional. Course Description: Yes. Special Course Fee: None. Prerequisite: AM 450 Social-Psychological Aspects of Clothing Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: Instructor Option. Course Description: Psychological and social factors influencing clothing Grade Mode: No. Special Course Fee: and its effect on others. AM 250 and PSY 100 or SOC 100. Prerequisite: AM 496A Group Study: Merchandising Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) Spring (odd years). Term Offered: Course Description: Grade Mode: Traditional. None. Prerequisite: No. Special Course Fee: Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: Instructor Option. Grade Mode: AM 460 Historic Textiles Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Special Course Fee: No. Historic development of textiles from a global Course Description: perspective, focusing on textiles produced by diverse cultures. AM 496B Group Study: Apparel Design Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) None. Prerequisite: Course Description: Term Offered: Fall. None. Prerequisite: Grade Mode: Traditional. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. Special Course Fee: No. Grade Mode: Instructor Option. Special Course Fee: No. AM 466 Retail Environment Design and Planning Credits: 3 (2-2-0) Application of design/merchandising principles to Course Description: AM 496C Group Study: Apparel Production Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) retail selling environments, including traditional store design/layout, Course Description: direct mail, and websites. None. Prerequisite: AM 130 and AM 270. Prerequisite: Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. Must register for lecture and laboratory. Registration Information: Grade Mode: Instructor Option. Term Offered: Spring (odd years). Special Course Fee: No. Traditional. Grade Mode: No. Special Course Fee:

4 4 Apparel + Merchandising-AM (AM) AM 496D Group Study: Textiles and Clothing Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) Course Description: Prerequisite: None. Fall, Spring, Summer. Terms Offered: Grade Mode: Instructor Option. Special Course Fee: No. AM 525 Application of Textile Technology to Design Credits: 3 (1-2-1) Course Description: Advanced study of textile technology in apparel, merchandising and interior design; recent advances in the field. AM 321 or AM 421. Prerequisite: Registration Information: Must register for lecture, laboratory, and recitation. Term Offered: Fall (odd years). Grade Mode: Traditional. No. Special Course Fee: AM 546 Theoretical Apparel Design Credits: 3 (1-2-1) Course Description: Applications of theoretical frameworks and computer-aided design techniques for the development of wearable and fiber art. None. Prerequisite: Must register for lecture, laboratory, and Registration Information: recitation. Term Offered: Fall (even years). Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: Yes. AM 550 Appearance, Self, and Society Credits: 3 (0-0-3) Course Description: Analysis of social science theories and concepts as they apply to appearance and dress research. Prerequisite: AM 450 or PSY 000 to 9999 - at least 6 credits or SOC 000 to 9999 - at least 6 credits. Term Offered: Spring (even years). Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. AM 572 Merchandising Theories and Strategies Credits: 3 (0-0-3) Course Description: Theoretical perspective on the design and development of merchandising strategies for U.S. and global production, distribution, and consumption. Prerequisite: None. Restriction: Must be a: Graduate. Registration Information: Graduate standing or written consent of instructor. Term Offered: Spring (odd years). Grade Mode: Traditional. Special Course Fee: No. AM 590B Workshop: Apparel Credits: Var[1-18] (0-0-0) Course Description: Prerequisite: None. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. Grade Mode: Instructor Option. Special Course Fee: No.

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