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Degree & Certificate Programs ENGLISH AA-T DEGREE (CONTINUED) List C - Complete three (3) units from List A or B not already used, or choose from the following list: Short Story Writing ENGL A121 3 Novel Writing 1 ENGL A122 3 Scriptwriting 1 ENGL A127 3 Introduction to Science Fiction / Honors ENGL A147 / A147H 3 Film as Literature / Honors ENGL A148 / A148H 3 California Literature / Honors ENGL A156 / A156H 3 Introduction to Irish Literature ENGL A165 3 Modern and Post-Modern Literature / Honors ENGL A170 / A170H 3 Introduction to Literary Theory / Honors ENGL A187 / A187H 3 Gender and Sexuality in Literature and Film / Honors ENGL A179 / A179H 3 Unique Topics in Literature ENGL A172 3 Subtotal 3 Program Major Units 19 CSU or IGETC for CSU Transferable electives as needed to satisfy unit requirement Child Growth and Development Fundamentals of Interior Design 3 3 Program Major Units 27 General Education Breadth for AS Degree 18 Transferable electives as needed to satisfy unit requirement Varies Total Degree Units 60 FASHION Five Certificate of Achievement and Associate in Science options are available through the Fashion Department: 1) Apparel Construction, 2) Design, 3) Display and Visual Presentation, 4) Fashion Merchandising, and 5) Production/Product Development. Completion of these programs prepares students for careers in the fashion industry and in related businesses. Students may also transfer to programs at four-year colleges. Additionally, the department offers a Certificate of Specialization in Inudstrial Sewing. Varies 60 Courses in major program may double count towards major and General Education Breadth, reducing total GE Breadth unit count. A180 A100 37-39 Total Degree Units HMDV ID APPAREL CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT Completion of the Apparel Construction certificate program prepares students for careers in the fashion industry and in related businesses. FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Program Outcomes 1. FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE Course Units Students with degrees in Family and Consumer Sciences can be employed as consumer affairs specialists, family life educators, and education program specialists in business, industry, government, and cooperative extension. Students who want to teach Family and Consumer Science courses in middle and high schools should complete this degree and transfer to CSU and complete the requirements for a single subjects teaching credential. Beginning Clothing Techniques Intermediate Clothing Techniques 1 Industrial Sewing Techniques Intermediate Clothing Techniques 2 Applied Textiles and Design Introduction to the Fashion Industry History of Fashion Street Style Tailoring Alterations Flat Pattern Techniques Tech-Packs Clothing Design and Selection Fashion Merchandising Concepts Fashion Internship Professional Practices Couture Techniques Draping Most of the courses in this program have been articulated with CSULB. Students should consult the Transfer Information section of this catalog for specific transfer information. Program Outcome 1. Graduates will possess the necessary skills for employment as consumer affairs specialists, family life educators, or education program specialists. In addition, graduates are prepared for transfer as an FCS major to selected colleges. Course Units Clothing Design and Selection Applied Color and Design Theory Principles of Clothing Construction 1 Nutrition Principles of Food Life Management Sanitation and Safety FASH FASH/ID FASH FN FN FCS FSM A170 A175 A180 A170 A180 A180 A160 The outcome of the program is to prepare students for entry-level employment as a competent professional in the fields of garment construction, alterations, patternmaking, tailoring, alterations, and dressmaking and meet the needs of the local fashion industry. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Apparel Construction Suggested Electives: Retail Buying FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH FASH A100 A101 A102 A103 A110 A115 A120 A121 A130 A137 A150 A155 A170 A177 A181 A182 A233 A235 Total Units MKTG 3 3 2 3 3 3 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 3 2.5 3 3 2 2 2 2 43 A220 3 Note: Experienced sewers may demonstrate competency in techniques listed under Fashion A100 and A101 by taking Fashion A105. 97