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CLOTHING, TEXTILES, AND INTERIOR DESIGN (CTD)

Professor Carolyn Callis, Department Head
Office: 307 Doster Hall

CTD 102 Applied Design. Three hours.

Basic concepts in organization and evaluation of design, and its contribution to the enrichment of living. Usually offered in summer school. Two lectures, one laboratory.

CTD 121 Introduction to Interior Design. Three hours.

Introduction to the functional and aesthetic requirements of lifespaces, with emphasis on user needs and the home environment. Usually offered in summer school. Two lectures, one laboratory.

CTD 216 Beginning Weaving. Three hours.

Study of original design in loom weaving techniques; dressing the loom; drafting designs; and weaving and finishing procedures. Offered irregularly. Two laboratories.

CTD 217 Fashion Illustration. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 102 and ART 110.

Basic figure drawing and fashion illustration. Offered alternate spring semesters. Two laboratories.

CTD 219 Textile Design. Three hours.

Surface design for textiles, including experience with printing and dyeing fabric. Two laboratories. Offered fall and summer semesters.

CTD 221 Materials and Sources for Interior Design. Three hours.

Corequisite: CTD 225.

Study of manufacturers' products for residential and nonresidential interior design; construction materials, finishes, furniture, and furnishings. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 225 Residential Design/Graphic Communication. Three hours.

Prerequisites or corequisites: CTD 102 or studio art, CTD 121, CTD 221, and DR 135.

Fundamentals of residential interior design with emphasis on presentation graphics. Exploration of programming, universal access, and lighting for the residential environment. Offered in the fall semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 226 Nonresidential Design/Graphic Communication. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 225.

Corequisites: DR 131, and CTD 102 or studio art.

Fundamentals of nonresidential interior design with emphasis on presentation graphics. Exploration of programming, spatial organization, and codes and standards for the business environment. Offered in the spring semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 241 Apparel Construction. Three hours.

Introduction to apparel producer-retailer relationships. Emphasis on quality control and time management in meeting apparel specifications through application of apparel construction, fitting, and pattern alteration principles.

CTD 245 Apparel Production. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 241.

Corequisite: CTD 261.

Advanced apparel construction, including pattern alteration, fitting, couture and tailoring techniques, and an introduction to commercial garment production. Offered in the spring semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 261 Textiles. Three hours.

Characteristics of the textile industry, fibers, yarns, fabric construction, and finishes. Selection, care, and performance characteristics. Usually offered in the summer session.

CTD 281 Fashion Retailing I. Three hours.

Organization, promotion methods, and interrelationship of the textiles, apparel, and retailing industries. Includes consumer demand and diffusion of fashion. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 320 Visual Merchandising. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 102.

History and principles of visual presentation of merchandise; application to sales floor and store window presentations. Two lectures, one laboratory.

CTD 325 Interior Design I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 226.

Human factors in interior design; systematic problem-solving for interior environments; furniture and cabinet design. Offered in the fall semester. One lecture, two laboratories.

CTD 326 Interior Design II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 325.

Planning and design of interior spaces; project management; design and specification of interior architectural materials and furnishings. Offered in the spring semester. One lecture, two laboratories.

CTD 328 Professional Procedures in Interior Design. Three hours.

Philosophy and organization of professional practice; studio management, contracts, budgets, specifications, and professional organizations. Offered in the spring semester.

CTD 349 Computer-Aided Apparel Design. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 102, CTD 241, CTD 217, and CTD 350.

Application of computer technology to fashion illustration, apparel design, marker making, pattern making, and pattern grading. Offered in the spring semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 350 Flat Pattern Design. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 102, CTD 217, and CTD 245.

Principles and procedures governing development and use of master patterns. Application of flat pattern principles to the execution of original designs using manual and computer-assisted methods. Offered in the fall semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 351 Apparel Design through Draping. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 350.

Techniques of draping on a dress form are applied in the execution of original designs. Offered in the spring semester. Two laboratories.

CTD 361 Quality Control for Textile Products. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 261.

Use of standard laboratory test methods and computerized statistical data analysis to evaluate the quality of textile products. Emphasis is on textiles for interiors. Offered in the spring semester. Two lectures, one laboratory.

CTD 371 Lighting for Interiors. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 225, CTD 226, DR 131, and DR 135.

Integration of the theory, techniques, and art of lighting design; principles, terminology, and equipment used in light distribution systems in the interior environment. Two lectures, one laboratory.

CTD 381 Fashion Retailing Seminar. One hour.

Exploration of internship possibilities and requirements, development of job-search skills, and internship placement. Enrollment open to students applying for fashion retailing internships. Offered in the spring semester.

CTD 415 History of Textile Design. Three hours.

Study of the history of textiles emphasizing the influence of cultural factors. Writing proficiency must be demonstrated to receive credit for this course. Offered in the spring semester.

CTD 421 History of Interiors and Furnishings I. Three hours.

Study of the furnishings, interior treatments, and lifespaces characteristic of selected styles up to 1790. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 422 History of Interiors and Furnishings II. Three hours.

Study of American, 19th-century, and 20th-century furnishings, interior treatments, and lifespaces. Writing proficiency must be demonstrated to receive credit for this course. Offered in the spring semester.

CTD 423 Internship in Interior Design. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 325, CTD 326, and CTD 328.

Experience in interior design or related business under supervision of adviser and the business management. Offered during the summer session.

CTD 425 Interior Design III. Four hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 326.

Problems in design of the home environment; individual and group problem solving. Emphasis is on historic preservation principles and practices for interior designers. Offered in the fall semester. One lecture, two laboratories.

CTD 426 Interior Design IV. Four hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 425.

Problems in design of business and professional interiors; individual and group problem solving. Requires senior thesis. Offered in the spring semester. One lecture, two laboratories.

CTD 446 Cultural Dynamics of Apparel and Textiles. Three hours.

Impact of cultural dynamics on apparel and textile production and marketing. Offered in the spring semester.

CTD 447 Textiles and Apparel in International Trade. Three hours.

Prerequisites: EC 111 or EC 110, and CTD 281.

Study of the evolution of the textile industry and its products, emphasizing multinational characteristics and contemporary issues. Writing proficiency must be demonstrated to receive credit for this course.

CTD 448 History of Costume. Three hours.

Costume development from prehistoric to modern times. Study of cultural forces in relation to the evolution of costume. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 449 Socio-Psychological Aspects of Clothing. Three hours.

Application of behavioral-science theories to clothing. Offered irregularly.

CTD 450 Advanced Apparel Design. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 351.

Synthesis and application of design theories; procedures and processes used in the apparel industry. Development of portfolio of original design work is required. Two laboratories. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 455 Textile/Apparel Production/Design Internship. Three to six hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 351.

Supervised internship with a textile or apparel manufacturer. Open only to AT majors with an apparel design concentration, on a competitive basis.

CTD 461 Quality Control for Textile Products. Three hours.

Prerequisite: CTD 261.

Use of standard laboratory test methods and computerized statistical data analysis to evaluate the quality of textile products. Emphasis is on textiles for apparel. Block course. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 481 Fashion Retailing II. Three hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 281, MKT 300, and MKT 321 for non-retailing majors.

Merchandise planning and control; techniques of merchandising, including unit and dollar assortment planning, inventory control, and procurement. Block course. Offered in the fall semester.

CTD 485 Internship in Fashion Retailing. Six hours.

Prerequisites: CTD 381, CTD 461, and CTD 481.

To participate, students must make application to the department by the first day of classes during the spring semester of the junior year. A grade point average of 2.5 or higher is required for the professional courses specified under "Fashion retailing concentration for AT majors" in this catalog. The course involves supervised work experience in a business related to the major field of study.

CTD 498:499 Directed Individual Studies. One to six hours.

Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

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