The Theater Costuming Program provides students with an introduction to the costuming industry, including the many types of jobs available in this field, from designing to costume construction and show production. Students learn historic and theatrical styles, pattern making skills, tailoring and construction skills as well as design and illustration techniques to prepare them for a job in costuming. Students have the opportunity to work on actual productions through class work or internships.
|Complete Core Courses, 22 units||Units|
|FASH 113||Textiles||3 units|
|FASH 116||Tailoring||3 units|
|FASH 150||History of Fashion||3 units|
|FASH 162||Advanced Flat Pattern||3 units|
|FASH 164||Fashion Illustration||3 units|
|FASH 168||Fashion Draping||3 units|
|FASH 196||Introduction to the Costume Industry||1 unit|
|FASH 197||Pattern Design for Historic Costume||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.