Fashion Historical Costuming (Certificate M0674)

Business Division

This certificate is appropriate for those who want to prepare for a career in fashion and costume design. Upon completion of the courses, you will be prepared for entry-level employment in costume, entertainment and fashion careers. Entry level positions include wardrobe design assistants, corset specialists, costume design assistants, costume attendants, gaming industry costume development, and other fashion and entertainment-related employment opportunities.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
FASH 9History of Fashion3
FASH 10Clothing Construction I3
FASH 16Corset Construction3
FASH 21Patternmaking I3
THTR 19Theatrical Costuming3
Total Units15

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Plan of Study Grid
Fall TermUnits
FASH 9 History of Fashion 3 3
FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3 3
 Units6
Spring Term
FASH 16 Corset Construction 3 3
FASH 21 Patternmaking I 3 3
THTR 19 Theatrical Costuming 3 3
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 Units9
 Total Units15
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