If you have questions, please contact your advisor.
Fashion and Textile Design – Fashion Design
Fashion and Textile Design – Textile Design
Fashion and Textile Management – Brand Management and Marketing
Fashion and Textile Management – Brand Management and Marketing 8-Semester Course Display
Brand Concentration Specific Courses
- FTM 384: Spring only
- FTM 387: Fall and Spring
- FTM 460: Spring only
- FTM 482: Fall only
- FTM 483: Spring only
- FTM 487: Fall and Spring
Some Other Courses Brand Students are Required to Take
- FTM 382: Fall and Spring
- FTM 385: Fall and Spring
- FTM 416: Fall and Spring
- PCC 302: Fall and Spring
- TT 252: Fall and Spring
*Subject to change based on available resources and student needs.
Information on the Business Administration Minor
Fashion and Textile Management – Fashion Development and Product Management
Fashion and Textile Management – Fashion Development and Product Management 8-Semester Course Display
There are 5 (five) courses in the fashion concentration that must be taken in order, starting in the sophomore year, for a student to graduate on time.
- FTM 219: Fashion Product Analysis
- It’s very helpful if the student can get FTM 271: Computer-Aided Textile Design before the semester with FTM 317
- FTM 315: Fashion Product Design
- FTM 317: Computer-Aided-Design for Apparel
- FTM 318: Fashion Development Processes
- FTM 415: Fashion Product Development
Planning to Study Abroad?
Enroll in both FTM 315 and FTM 317 in the same semester. These are the ONLY two courses that can be taken at the same time in this curriculum. The student should make sure to register at the EARLIEST opportunity that they possibility can, to enable them to get into FTM 317. No special exceptions will be made since class space is limited to 30.
Interested in the Senior Collection Studio?
FTM 497 is the advanced fashion product design studio course where students create a “collection” of garment designs. The emphasis in this course is on ideation, creativity, communication, theme development, fit, quality and exhibition of the designer’s work. In the most recent degree program (Req Term: Sum2’09), this course counts as 6 hours in the FDPM Electives. Please keep this in mind when making study abroad plans.
In the most recent semester, interested students have been juried into the course due to the large number of students wanting to take the course. Interested students should be prepared to show examples of their work during their time at NC State and conduct the initial research assignment for the jury process.
Work from the Senior Studio will be juried into the Emerging Designers Showcase and is available for many other events and competitions.