For information, contact Della Reams, 226 Boyd Hall, 513-529-3490 (Fashion Design) or Leslie Stoel, 3042 FSB, 513-529-3985 (Fashion Business).
The minor in Fashion emphasizes creativity and experimentation, and offers students the opportunity to develop basic skills in product making, fashion business decision-making, historical contexts, materials, and design foundations.
Admission to the minor is selective; students must have a high school diploma to be considered for admission.
(21 credit hours)
|FAS 101||Introduction to the Fashion Industry||3|
|Jewelry Design and Metals I|
|Fashion Sprint Special Topics|
|Apparel Construction Techniques|
|Draping for Fashion Design|
|Flat Pattern Drafting for Fashion Design|
|Special Topics in Theatre Design and Technology|
|Fashion Retail Planning and Buying|
|Fashion Trend Forecasting|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Principles of Retailing|
|History of Western Dress|
|Global Perspectives on Dress|
|Contemporary Fashion History of 20th-21st Century|
|FAS 221||Textiles for the Fashion Industry||3|
|FAS 241||The Elements and Principles of Fashion Design, including Color Theory||3|
|Introduction to Figure Drawing|
|Art and Digital Tools I|
|Arts of West Africa|
|Illustration (maximum 6)|
|Fashion and Digital Tools|
|Advanced Special Topics in Fashion|
|Foundations in Digital 3-D Modeling and Animation|
|Introduction to Journalism|
|Introduction to Strategic Communication and Public Relations|
Or any class in the minor not yet taken.
|Total Credit Hours||21|