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Fasion and Interior Design

Interior Design

Students develop knowledge and skills related to the environment in which they live and work. Topics include the design of interior rooms and exterior spaces, construction trends, environmental issues, wise consumer decisions, and the ability to compete in industry. Students study residential as well as nonresidential systems. Students will investigate career opportunities in the interior design field.

Grade Placement: 10 -12
Prerequisites: None (Introduction to Human Services recommended)

This course is worth 1 credit.

Fashion Design Exploration

This project-oriented course focuses on fashion from the perspectives of personal decision making related to the fashion industry and of career preparation. Topics include managing the apparel dollar, historical costume, wardrobe planning, clothing care, principles and elements of design, textile development, fashion production, and marketing. Quality apparel construction is addressed as students complete various individual projects.

Grade Placement: 10 - 12
Prerequisites: None (Introduction to Human Services recommended)

This course is worth 1 credit.

 
 
 

Hinojosa, Jana
Teaches: Fashion Design Exploration

Room:118
Email: 
jhinojos@aisd.net
Phone:(687)-867-6964
Visit class website 
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