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JD 215 — Alternative Materials for Jewelry Fabrication

1.5 credits; 3 lab hours

Covers the design approaches and special methods used in the manufacture of jewelry from common industrial materials, such as plastics, rubber, and stainless steel. Students design and produce prototypes for a small collection.
Prerequisite(s): all second-semester Jewelry Design courses "Co-requisite(s): JD 213, JD 214, JD 216, and JD 251 or approval of chairperson".

Illustration BFA Degree Program

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/illustrationmajor/

...Education and Dance) PE 215 , PE 216 , PE...Design (ID); Jewelry Design (JD); Menswear (MW); Packaging...