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This course is designed for students new to computer-aided design to prepare them for Rhino I. C ourse is PC based. CTD 430 Rhino I Prerequisite: CTD 429 or equivalent experience This first course in the Rhino series will cover two-dimensional digital drawing and drafting.

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High School Programs | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Experience the cultural vibrancy of FIT and NYC while choosing from over 130 long and short-term courses in art, fashion, merchandising, international marketing, photography, interior design, film and media and more...

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Noncredit Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all noncredit courses have been moved to online and remote environments. Course sections listed as "Blackboard" are conducted in a traditional online environment, with students logging in on their own schedule to do the coursework."Blackboard-Remote" and "Webex" courses meet via teleconference at specific times when attendance is required; students will receive ...

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Precollege Programs: High School and Middle School Classes ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to the Fashion Institute of Technology's Precollege Programs! FIT offers experiential learning opportunities for middle and high school students who are emerging entrepreneurs, impassioned artists, budding designers, born stylists, thoughtful strategists, impossible dreamers, diligent makers, and unconventional thinkers.

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Online Learning | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) FIT offers over 600 online course sections per year, including two online degree programs.Online courses run asynchronously on the same semester schedule as face-to-face courses. Activities in online courses are the same as in a traditional class: students read course materials, write papers, do research, take exams, and communicate with their instructor and fellow students.

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Fees | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Patternmaking Course : $30.00: per course: Laboratory: fee is charged to each student who registers for a course requiring life/fashion models and/or the use of certain specialized equipment or materials $20.00: per course: Part-Time Registration Fee: mandatory and non-refundable for part-time students

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Courses and Departments < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Download PDF of the entire Graduate Catalog. All pages in Academic Catalog.

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Online Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Online non-credit course start and end dates vary. Visit the Center for Continuing and Professional Studies for the most up-to-date information on noncredit courses. Visit the links on the left for credit and noncredit course descriptions. View a list of online courses that meet the SUNY Gen-Ed requirements.

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Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Courses. FIT: A Study Plan for Every Goal, Schedule, and Budget. At FIT we know the future belongs to those who move forward undeterred by obstacles, and filled with an unbridled desire to turn uncommon dreams into new realities.

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Summer High School Workshop Courses | Fashion Institute of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) A remote course is a fully digital experience offered through Google Classroom. Remote courses will require you to login in real-time for the lecture and classroom-style learning, and you will have access to additional resources (ie. tutorial videos, handouts etc.) when class time is over.

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Posted: (52 years ago) This course is a beginner's survey of contemporary furniture design that will analyze Mid-Century Modern furniture and the influence of the Bauhaus Movement. Through investigation of various works by prolific designers and makers, students will develop an understanding of …

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Access Your Course | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) The Fashion Institute of Technology: Access Your Course. FIT's online courses are hosted by SUNY Online, through the Blackboard website. To access your course on a mobile device, use the Blackboard mobile app.To access your course on a computer, follow these instructions:

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Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Course features the essentials of fiber properties, methods of yarn and cloth manufacturing, and fabric attributes to enhance appearance and lifestyle through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on analysis.

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Posted: (52 years ago) The Fashion Institute of Technology: Course Descriptions. CTB 002 The Mac: Basics and Beyond Learn all that your Mac can do. Get familiar with Apple hardware, file structure, keyboard shortcuts, and other productivity tools; customize your Mac experience with system …

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Posted: (52 years ago) Course is open to all skill levels. This course is held in a FIT Jewelry Design Studio room with some tools available. Students will complete one or more pairs of earrings. *Projects and class schedule may be adjusted to reflect the abilities and pace of the students in the course.

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Credit Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Information for Credit, Non-Degree Students . Credit courses at FIT are the perfect way to enhance your resume, upgrade and update your job skills, progress toward completing a degree, or get the credentials you need to give your career a boost.

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Undergraduate Credit Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) course examines how factors such as cultural patterns, verbal and nonverbal communication, and perception play a role in intercultural relationships. Theory and research in intercultural communication are presented and students apply this information to intercultural encounters.

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Blackboard (Online Course) | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Online courses require the same amount of work as classroom courses, but are self-paced (a synchronous) and ideal for students in various time zones or with unconventional work schedules. In most courses you will be asked to log on a few times a week to participate in online discussions, read lectures, complete weekly assignments, and interact with the instructor and other students.

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MA: Mathematics < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course reviews such topics as fractions, percents, decimals, ratios and proportions, rounding and estimating, measurement systems, linear equations and inequalities, and systems of linear equations. It is designed to provide the necessary skills for credit-bearing mathematics and sciences courses.

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Fashion Styling | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Course sections listed as "Blackboard" are conducted in a traditional online environment, with students logging in on their own schedule to do the coursework. " Blackboard-Remote " courses meet via teleconference at specific times when attendance is required; students will receive login information and instructions after they register.

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Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) The Fashion Institute of Technology: Course Descriptions. 227 West 27th Street New York City 10001-5992 (212) 217-7999. Right to Know

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SS: Social Sciences < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course introduces fashion creators to practical applications of economic concepts needed to run a fashion branding business. Students learn the economic decision-making process for a small start-up that eventually will grow into a large fashion enterprise. In a final project, students formulate a business plan. (G4: Social Sciences).

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Blended Courses | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is the lab component for ES 129. This course is a writing/grammar workshop to give students additional practice in grammar, syntax and editing as well as opportunities to work on their writing in a workshop setting to help them become more confident and skilled writers.

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TD: Textile Design < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an introduction to the art of hand embroidery and related forms of stitching. Students explore traditional and contemporary techniques to develop their own creative practice through class and individual projects. This course introduces embroidery as …

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HS Fashion Design: Apparel Course Descriptions | Fashion ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Various projects will be included in the course, such as an apron, a blouse, and other basic sewing projects. *Projects and class schedule may be adjusted to reflect the abilities and pace of the students in the course.Gallery. HAP 030 Basic Sewing: Simple Dresses

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Textile Design | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) All summer 2021 classes will continue to be offered only in online and remote environments. "Online" classes are held in a traditional online environment, allowing students to log in on their own schedule.

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Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course will meet at a specific time twice a week, 3 hours on each course day. You will also have 2 hours of coursework required each week, but done on your own time. SXU 349 English as a Second Language: English for the Fashion Industry 30 hours This course focuses on themes related to the fashion-related industries.

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HA: History of Art and Civilization < Fashion Institute of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is cross-listed with FI 224 This course is a survey of major moments in avant-garde film from 1895 to the present. Through readings and discussions, students explore theories of avant-gardism, and study how such films are expressions of the historical, cultural, and …

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FI: Film and Media < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is cross-listed with HA 217 This course is a survey of major moments in avant-garde film from 1895 to the present. Through readings and discussions, students explore theories of avant-gardism, and study how such films are expressions of the historical, cultural, and …

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Photography | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) The course explores the differences between conventional, silver-based (analog), and digital photographic tools. Students learn camera technique, the transfer of the image from the camera to the computer, basic scanning, and digital printing. Students are required to …

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ID: Interior Design < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course builds upon studies initiated in ID 315, with additional advanced focus on collaboration with professionals from various fields. This collaboration is necessary to address complexity of human interactions with the built environment, and to utilize available advanced strategies, materials, and …

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EN: English and Communication Studies < Fashion Institute ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course examines conflict in an intercultural context. Students will analyze the relationship between conflict and communication from an intercultural perspective. The course explores conflict in interpersonal, professional, and intercultural contexts. Students will learn how conflicts emerge, how they are managed, and how they can be resolved.

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Fashion Design - Apparel | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an in-depth survey from concept to completion of the industry-standard for design-to-manufacturing procedures and practices. Utilizing digital apparel management programs and tools, students learn to effectively execute design ideas and communicate design information across multiple platforms for various design and development ...

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Registrar - Course Withdrawal | Fashion Institute of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) The course withdrawal process is student initiated. It is up to you to obtain all signatures and return each withdrawal form to the Registrar's Office for processing before the deadline, to ensure your withdrawal is processed. Understand how a course withdrawal may affect future registration because of pre-requisite and co-requisite ...

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HS Fine Arts Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is recommended for students who have basic drawing experience but are beginners to using paint. HFA 148 Fine Arts Portfolio Create a first-class portfolio or perfect your existing portfolio to prepare for college review committees. Develop new skills as you create drawings from live nude models, still-lifes, and interiors using ...

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Fashion Design | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Descriptions: Fashion Design - Art; Course Descriptions: Fashion Design - Apparel; Portfolio Requirements; Contact. Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B701 (212) 217-5000 (Apparel) (212) 217-5280 (Art) Sandra Markus, chair Mary Wilson, assistant chair, Art Lisa Donofrio, assistant chair, Apparel - Faculty Related

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Image Consulting | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Image Consulting — Online Required Courses (recommended in this order) SXI 100 Introduction to Image Consulting (on campus or online) SXF 610 The Great Fashion Designers (online course) SXI 400 Secrets from a Professional Shopper (online course) (formerly SXF 300) SXI 200* Image Consulting: Wardrobe and Style (online course) SXI 500 Image Consulting: Fashion Essentials (online course)**

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CD: Communication Design Foundation < Fashion Institute of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an in-depth overview of Adobe Illustrator and InDesign, basic Photoshop, and an introduction to FIT online, labs and printing resources. Emphasis is on the technical aspects of each program and use of these programs in tandem. CD 134 — Capturing Creativity.

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Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course will introduce you to general drawing principles and techniques. Observational drawing is introduced with a focus on line, contour, shading, composition, and perspective. JSX 033: Creating Expressive Art With Mixed Media Through fun and unconventional projects ...

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FD: Fashion Design-Apparel (See also AF, AP, AR, DP, FF ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Introductory course explores the three-dimensional draping approach to executing garment design. Projects introduce the important principles of grain, balance, and construction. Through critiqued design development on the dress form, students develop their own sense of proportion, silhouette, line, and style, while exploring current market trends.

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Portfolio Building Courses: Fashion Design, AAS | Fashion ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Not every course is available each semester. View the Fashion Design Portfolio Requirements posted by the Admissions Office here View the Fashion Design, Menswear Portfolio Requirements posted by the Admissions Office here *HAP 025 Sewing for Fashion Designers *HAP 026 Sewing for ...

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HS Interior Design Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course covers many of the unique portfolio requirements found in various interior design programs. HID 101 Interior Design: Technical Drawing Interior design is an industry that improves the way we experience the spaces around us. It's more than decorating; it is a technical design industry that makes our spaces safe, functional, and ...

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Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is the Costume Design and Wardrobe Technician Certificate, please click for more information. Certificate Facilitator: Joshua Burns, Facilitator and Instructor, FIT's Continuing & Professional Studies; Broadway, film, and television wardrobe and costume construction.

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Sneaker Essentials | Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Total length of the program is 20-30 hours, and each course is broken into several shorter modules that you complete at your own pace. The courses are taught by FIT faculty, Complex staff, and experts and influencers from top brands in the sneaker industry.

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Tuition and Fees < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) Fee is charged to each part-time student who registers for a course requiring life/fashion models and/or the use of certain specialized equipment/materials. 3: Fee is charged to part-time students and is nonrefundable. 4: Approved by FIT’s Board of Trustees in accordance with Student Council regulations.

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Fashion Design – Knitwear < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) The same course cannot be used to fulfill a required Major Area and a Major Area Elective. NOTE: The assortment of Major Area Elective and Related Area Elective courses available and offered during a given semester is subject to change. All courses will not be available or offered each semester.

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Illustration < Fashion Institute of Technology

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is a companion to MI 631 Studio Visits: Los Angeles. This course provides students with face-to-face interactions with East coast-based professional illustrators, animators, and art directors through in person meetings at studio and office visits in New York and Philadelphia.

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