PROGRAM CODE: 2C08428
The Dressmaking-Alterations Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as a professional in the fields of dressmaker, garment construction, and fit and alterations specialist. This certificate requires students to complete 36 units of required courses.
|Required Courses (36 units):|
|FASH 060 F||Professional Image||2|
|FASH 085 F||Bridal and Special Occasion Wear||2|
|FASH 093 F||Pattern Alteration and Fitting||2|
|FASH 101 F||Basic Sewing Techniques (formerly Clothing I)||2|
|FASH 108 F||Flat Pattern Methods and Design I (formerly FASH 108AF)||2|
|FASH 109 F||Flat Pattern Methods and Design II (formerly FASH 108BF)||2|
|FASH 145 F||Field Studies in Fashion||1|
|FASH 150 F||Introduction to the Fashion Industry||3|
|FASH 152 F||Ready-to-Wear Evaluation||3|
|FASH 186 F||Workroom Sketching||2|
|FASH 188 F||Apparel Production||2|
|FASH 201 F||Fashion Sewing (formerly Clothing II)||2|
|FASH 206 F||Textiles||4|
|FASH 209 F||Draping (formerly FASH 209AF)||2|
|FASH 255 F||Advanced Clothing Construction: Industrial||2|
|PSY 110 F||Introduction to Applied Psychology||3|
Outcome 1: Demonstrate the skills and complete the necessary requirements for certification for employment in dressmaking and alterations field.
Outcome 2: Alter a commercial sewing pattern to fit defined body measurements.
Outcome 3: Create a garment from fitting a muslin on an individual missy body.