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School of Art and Design

Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 87060     HEGIS 1009 

The Fabric Styling program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to prepare them as stylists for positions in a number of diverse fields such as fabric styling, photo styling, film styling, fashion publishing, and many others. Curriculum below is for the entering class of Fall 2016. 

 
Semester 5Credits
MAJOR AREAFS 323 - Beginning Digtial Design for Stylists3
FS 331 - Fabric Styling I3
RELATED AREAID 322 - Decorative Arts Survey2
TS 341 - Survey of Textile Printing Technology2.5
LIBERAL ARTSSC 032 - Color Science Laboratory1
SC 332 - Color and Light3
Semester 6
MAJOR AREAFS 324 - Digital Design and Page Layout3
FS 341 - Role of Fabrics in Fashion: 1860 to Present3
FS 451 - Color Combinations and Repeats3
RELATED AREABE 261 - Starting a Small Business3
LIBERAL ARTSchoice - see Requirements/Art History*3
Semester 7
MAJOR AREAFS 425 - Advanced Digtial Design for Stylists3
FS 434 - Advanced Styling2
FS 461 - Sustainable Knits and Seamless Technology3
RELATED AREAAC 111 - Advertising and Promotion3
PH 162 - Photographic Styling2
LIBERAL ARTSchoice - see Requirements*3
Semester 8
MAJOR AREAFS 435 - Home Fashion Styling2
FS 454 - Professional Portfolio Presentation3
FS 491 - Internship or choice - see Requirements/General Elective*1.5 - 2
RELATED AREAIN 331 - Global Sourcing for Stylists3
LIBERAL ARTSchoice - see Requirements/Art History*3
choice - see Requirements*3
TOTAL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
MAJOR AREA29.5-30
RELATED AREA15.5
LIBERAL ARTS16
 Total Credits: 61-61.5
 

*Fall 2016 Requirements:  See below

Liberal Arts: 16 credits

  • History of Art: 6 credits. CHOICE of one (1) HA course that meets General Education Other World Civilizations requirement (G9), and one (1) additional HA course. See the full list of Art/Design History courses under HA: History of Art and Civilization.  
  • Foreign Language: 3 credits.  See the list of courses available in Foreign Languages
  • Science: 4 credits. SC 332 and SC 032
  • Liberal Arts Elective: 3 credits. CHOICE of any course (for which prerequisites have been met) on the list of courses available in Liberal Arts
  • General Elective: 1.5 - 2 credits. CHOICE of FS 491 or other elective courses (for which prerequisites have been met)

NOTE: For admission requirements, see program eligibility.