HP 313 — Manufacturing and Marketing of Home Products Hard Lines I
3 credits; 3 lecture hours
Students are introduced to hard lines marketing from conception through manufacture in order to effectively develop products. Part I surveys the various manufacturing processes and marketing strategies for several hard goods classifications (furniture, ceramics, and glass) of the home furnishings industry.
School of Business and Technology Applications accepted for fall only. NYSED: 20464 CIP: 52.1909 The Home Products Development major offers students a thorough understanding of the relationship between fashion and business in the home products industries. Students master the components of the product development process, teamwork, communication skills, and interaction with the industry, all of which prepare them to become successful product developers, marketers, and merchandisers. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2020.