Intermediate Costume Design: Fashion
This intermediate course for the Fashion and Interior Design sector is the first in a sequence of courses that provides instruction in the eight content areas of Family and Consumer Sciences. The focus is on preparing students for personal and life management, and providing a strong foundation for Family and Consumer Sciences education related career paths. Instruction in the content areas of child development and guidance; consumer education; family and human development; education; fashion, textiles, and apparel; food and nutrition; housing and furnishings; individual and family health; and leadership is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to function effectively as family members, leaders, workers, and citizens.
In order to receive credit for this course, you must complete the concurrent course "Fashion, Costume, and Interior Design."
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10 credits (A-G) Fine Arts | Fashion and Interior Design CTE Concentrator | House of Careers | House of Expressive Arts | Career Arts Conservatory | Technical Arts Conservatory | Theatre Conservatory | State Course Code 7810