Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

Department of Applied Human Sciences

Mr. Travis Wilson, Head

Academic Complex, Cannon Wing, Office 302F
Phone: (270) 745-4352
Email: deirdre.lawless@wku.edu
Website: https://www.wku.edu/ahs

The Department of Applied Human Sciences offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Interior Design and Fashion Merchandising, Family and Consumer Sciences; and Hospitality Management and Dietetics. All AHS majors are required to take nine hours of coursework selected from the pool of approved courses with major advisor approval. The Department also offers Certificate programs in Early Childhood Education Director and Family Home Visiting.

The pool of approved courses include: HMD 211; IDFM 221; FACS 310; FACS 311; HMD 351; IDFM 421; and IDFM 431.

When planning a program of study in this department, each student should be aware of the University’s academic requirements and regulations contained in this catalog in the chapter “Academic Information.” Specific attention should be given to the subsections in the chapter entitled (a) Academic Programs, (b) Colonnade Requirements, and (c) Academic Requirements and Regulations. Students should be aware that some academic programs may require additional scholastic regulations and standards not specified in the catalog. To obtain a copy of these regulations, students should contact the department head or their advisor.

In several of the department’s programs, students may be required to undergo criminal background checks and drug testing and to provide proof of health insurance, liability insurance, and/or immunization records prior to participating in any required experiences at selected off-campus facilities/agencies. Additionally, there may be certifications, training seminars, or other requirements specified by the facility/agency that a student must meet in order to be eligible for field or practical experiences at the facility. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all institutional and/or facility requirements are met as a condition of participating in the off-campus experiences; students may be responsible in part or in full for any costs incurred to meet such requirements. Students are also responsible for transportation to and from off-campus experiences. Additional policies, requirements, and costs for concentrations are specified at the departmental website, http://www.wku.edu/ahs.

Faculty

Professor

Darbi J. Haynes-Lawrence PhD (Special Education), Indiana University-Bloomington, 1998

Danita M. Kelley PhD (Nutritional Science), University of Kentucky, 1994

Travis K. Wilson MARCH (Architecture), University of Oklahoma Norman, 1998

Associate Professor

Dora Babb PhD (Human Environmental Sciences, Human Development and Family Science), Oklahoma State University Main Campus, 2010

Carolyn Cox PhD (Textile & Apparel Management), University of Missouri-Columbia, 1999

Soyeon Kim PhD (Hospitality Management), The Ohio State University Main Campus, 2013

Karen G. Mason PhD (Nutritional Science), University of Kentucky, 2002

Heather M. Payne-Emerson PhD (Nutritional Science), University of Kentucky, 2010

Adam R. West PhD (Human Development and Family Science), University of Texas at Austin, 2013

Assistant Professor

Ann E. Embry PhD (Hospitality Management), Iowa State University, 2017

Yuan Fang PhD (Design), North Carolina State University, 2017

Fatemeh Soltani PhD (Health Leisure & Human Perf), Oklahoma State University Main Campus, 2015

Qingfang Song PhD (Developmental Psychology), Cornell University, 2016

Instructor I

Deborah C. Shivel MA (Textiles and Clothing), University of Kentucky, 1987

Matthew E. VanSchenkhof MA (Human Ecology), Kansas State University, 2008

Julia G. Williams MS (Architecture), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012

Instructor II

Sheila S. Flener MA (Art (Creative)), University of Louisville, 2007

Julie K. Lee MBA (Marketing), University of Cincinnati Main Campus, 2002

Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS)

FACS 180    Foundations in Family and Consumer Sciences    3 Hours

Overview of interdisciplinary field of family and consumer sciences, including professional organizations and philosophy of education and service. Emphasizes the culture of the scholar.

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Early Childhood Education (249) or Family Consumer Sciences (563)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 191    Child Development    3 Hours

Study of the prenatal and postnatal factors that influence the physical, cognitive, language, social and emotional development of children. Implications and applications of concepts learned are stressed. Practical experiences provided in a field setting; students are responsible for arranging their own transportation.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 192    Working with Young Children and Families    3 Hours

An introductory course for those persons interested in providing services for infants, toddlers and preschool-age children, both with and without disabilities, and their families. Practical experiences provided in a field setting; students are responsible for providing their own transportation.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019

FACS 193    Curriculum Development for Young Children    3 Hours

Overview of curriculum and activities that are developmentally appropriate for diverse groups or individual children. Practical experiences provided in a field setting; students are responsible for arranging their own transportation.Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 191 (may be taken concurrently)

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Interdiscipl Early Child Ed (526)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

FACS 198    Guidance and Problem-Solving Approaches for Young Children    3 Hours

Examines developmentally appropriate guidance and problem-solving approaches for young children based on theoretical and evidence-based practices. Child-centered approaches for addressing typical problems found in early childhood settings will be addressed. Field hours are required; students are responsible for their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 191

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2020

FACS 277    Development in Middle Childhood    3 Hours

Introduction of theories and research on children’s physical, cognitive, and social/emotional development during middle childhood years (6-12 years old). Exploration of impact from important developmental contexts in middle childhood, including family, school, community, and other sociocultural factors. Development of interpersonal skills to interact with children in middle childhood years and critical thinking skills to apply course materials to analyze field experiences. Field experiences will be required. Students are responsible for their own transportation.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 191

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 281    Design Foundations for Family and Consumer Sciences Education    3 Hours

The application of design principles and elements as related to FCS state and national standards. Students will utilize technology in the application of design in projects suitable for middle and high school students. Field experience at student's expense.

Course Fee: $30

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 282    Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences Education    3 Hours

Introduction to the profession of Family and Consumer Sciences Education including examination of the role, responsibility and dispositions of effective teachers, characteristics of the teaching/learning environment and introductory methods. Participation in youth organizations and professional organizations will be included. Observations and Praxis Exam at student expense.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2020

FACS 292    Diversity in Early Childhood Programs    3 Hours

This course focuses on developing and enhancing the knowledge and skills to work with children and families from diverse developmental, cultural, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds. The exploration of the challenges families face in living in a diverse society and who have a child with special needs will also be reviewed. Implications of diversity for practice with various populations are emphasized throughout the course. Influential theories and relevant research for professionals working with young children and families are discussed. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 191 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 191 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 294    Assessment of Young Children    3 Hours

Overview of the assessment process, preliminary assessment skills, and using assessment results in planning for guidance/instruction of young children. Roles of the family in the assessment process emphasized. Practical experiences provided in a field setting; students are responsible for arranging their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 191 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 191 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 297    Family, Community and Early Childhood Program    3 Hours

An introduction to the skills and appropriate techniques of establishing positive relationships with families of young children and involving them in the early childhood program planning, implementation and evaluation. Skills and techniques for building community partnerships and advocating for young children are addressed. Practical experiences provided in a field setting. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 299    Administration of Early Childhood Programs    3 Hours

Principles and practices in organization and management of developmentally appropriate early childhood programs. Includes managing physical, personnel, fiscal, curricular, agency, community and family resources. At least 12 field-based hours will be required in addition to regular course meetings. Students are responsible for arranging their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 294 (may be taken concurrently)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

FACS 310    Management of Family Resources    3 Hours

Study of consumer and marketplace interactions in the purchase of goods and services. Decision-making processes are applied to individual and family resources for achieving maximum personal satisfaction.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 311    Family Relations    3 Hours

Study of issues affecting individual and family well-being. Interpersonal relationships and communication skills necessary to achieve quality of life are addressed. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code SB

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 312    Professional Ethics for Family Life    3 Hours

Exploration of professional and family ethical codes of conduct, dilemmas and moral decisions. Real life application using ethical decision-making problem-solving, and critical thinking for interacting within family relationships and human services professions.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

FACS 313    Practicum in Human Environment    3 Hours

Supervised work experience for a fixed period of time. Students perform professional functions with a pre-approved, cooperating organization. Field experience.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

FACS 335    Infant/Toddler Development and Curriculum    3 Hours

Study of infant and toddler physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development. Application of child development to developmentally appropriate curriculum and classroom and teaching practices. Practical experiences in a field setting; students are responsible for providing their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 193

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 336    Preschool and Kindergarten Children Development and Curriculum    3 Hours

Study of early childhood (preschool and kindergarten) physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development. Application of child development to developmentally appropriate curriculum and classroom and teaching practices. Practical experiences in a field setting; students are responsible for providing their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 193

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

FACS 380    Professional Presentation Techniques in Family and Consumer Sciences    3 Hours

Study of organization, development, delivery and evaluation of various presentation and demonstration techniques, including technology, as they relate to all areas of family and consumer sciences. Field trips at student's expense.

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Family and Consumer Sciences (372) or Family Consumer Sciences (563)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 381    Methods and Materials in Family and Consumer Sciences Education    3 Hours

A study of family and consumer sciences curriculum patterns including objectives, methods of planning and presentation, laboratory organization, home and community projects, instructional materials, evaluation, and federal and state legislation for vocational education and family and consumer sciences. Note: Proof of passing Praxis Core for FACS Education majors or consent of instructor is required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 380 and MGE 275

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2021

FACS 391    Risk and Resilience    3 Hours

Focuses on the development of social and emotional skills as they relate to resilience in children. Risk factors will be explored. Field experiences will be required. Students are responsible for their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 191 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 191 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019

FACS 393    Role of Play in Child Development    3 Hours

Theoretical and empirical perspectives connecting play to children's learning and development will be examined. Students will examine the role of play in relation to brain development.

Prerequisite(s): (CFS 191 with a minimum grade of C or FACS 191 with a minimum grade of C)

Restriction(s): Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Junior, Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Seek or Senior.

Recent Term(s) Offered: summer 2019; fall 2019; summer 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 395    Child and Family Stress    3 Hours

Acquaint students with major concepts from the research and conceptual literature on family stress and resilience. Examines stress as experienced and perceived by children and their families. Factors that influence children's coping with stress are emphasized.

Restriction(s): Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Junior, Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Seek or Senior.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

FACS 396    Adoption Theories and Research    3 Hours

Review of theories and research underlying practice with families and children who have been adopted. Offers an understanding of challenges, risks, and opportunities related to adoptive and birth families. Types and critical issues of adoption will be reviewed.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 399    Implications of Research in Family and Child Studies    3 Hours

Explores the processes and implications of research related to family and child studies. Students will gain understanding and develop skills needed to be consumers of scientific literature.

Restriction(s): Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Junior, Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Seek or Senior.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 410    Internship    1-9 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Application of knowledge and skills in a supervised experience. Students perform professional functions in an appropriate establishment. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 hours. (Note: Application must be submitted to coordinator of the Internship Program one complete semester prior to the semester a student plans to do the practicum. A 2.5 grade point average in professional courses is required for eligibility and completion of all 300 level courses required).

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 411    Special Topics in Consumer and Family Science    1-3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Individual investigation of problems selected from an area of specialization within the department. Repeatable for credit. Note: Approval from the head of the department required.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021

FACS 422    Adolescent Psychology    3 Hours

Introduction to behavior and development from early adolescence, emphasizing a critical review of research and literature.

Prerequisite(s): (PSY 100 or PSYS 100 or PSYC 100C or FACS 191)

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Equivalent(s): PSY 422

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

FACS 481    Advanced Methods in Family and Consumer Sciences Education    3 Hours

A study of the background and trends in education for improving family and consumer sciences. Career and Tech Ed training for high school youth and adults including an understanding of state and federal accountability requirements. Emphasis on working with persons with diverse backgrounds. Lecture. Field trips at student's expense. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 381

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2021

FACS 482    Resource Management for the Individual and Family    3 Hours

A study of the factors affecting the management of the home in meeting the needs of individuals and creating a satisfying environment for the family. Special consideration is given to those problems involving the use of time, energy, and money. Lecture-field trips at student's expense. Curriculum changes in process. See FCS advisor.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Enrollment is limited to students in Family Consumer Sciences (563)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 491    Seminar in Family Economics    1 Hour

Current literature in family and consumption economics are studied and discussed. Curriculum changes in process. See FCS advisor.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 492    Growth and Guidance of Children    3 Hours

Study of the biological, physical, social-emotional, and cognitive needs of infants and school-aged children. The strategies by which these needs may be met within the family, the school, and other environments are discussed.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 191 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 191 with a minimum grade of C) and PSY 100

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

FACS 493    Family Life Education    3 Hours

Study of various perspectives of family life education, principles and practices, including program planning, implementation and evaluation. Field experiences required at student's expense.

Recent Term(s) Offered: summer 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

FACS 494    Parenting Strategies    3 Hours

Study of the major theoretical and practical approaches to effective parenting strategies within functional families. Emphasis is placed on practicing techniques and skills which are developmentally appropriate for different ages of children.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 495    Family and Relationship Violence    3 Hours

A study of the dynamics underlying interpersonal violence and theoretical perspectives regarding the etiology of violent behavior. Analysis of behaviors indicative of violent relationships and various treatment modalities as they are applied to individuals and families are emphasized.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; summer 2020; fall 2020; summer 2021; fall 2021

FACS 496    Addressing Challenging Behavior in Young Children    3 Hours

Examination of young children's challenging behaviors and strategies for developing behavior support plans across settings. Practical experiences in a field setting; students are responsible for providing their own transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): FACS 191

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

FACS 497    Family Home Visiting    3 Hours

Focuses on the design, implementation and effects of human service programs aimed at promoting service provision in a variety of settings. Review of best practice, policy, and research with families and young children in natural environments. Field experience hours required. Student is responsible for transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 395 or FACS 494)

Restriction(s): Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Seek or Senior.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

FACS 499    Family Policy Analysis    3 Hours

An examination of the place of family and child studies in the context of broader themes, such as public policy and varying social and economic climates. This course is designed to integrate research, theory, and practice, applying former education to a variety of family and child issues.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

Gerontology (GERO)

GERO 100    Introduction to the Aging Experience    3 Hours

An introduction to a variety of topics involved in the study of aging. Considers such issues as worldwide changing demographics, increased diversity among the aged, intergenerational relationships, and biopsychosocial concerns of aging. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code E-SB | SB

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

GERO 461    Person-Centered Dementia Management    3 Hours

A survey of dementia using a person-centered approach. Exploration of the diverse perspectives of persons diagnosed, family members, and both informal and formal caregivers.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019

GERO 481    Global Aging    3 Hours

Provides an international comparative examination of individual and societal aspects of aging and explores the problems and solutions encountered in different sociocultural contexts for dealing with challenges and opportunities of aging. The phenomenon of global aging is explored through active engagement with international organizations.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020

GERO 485    Seminar in Gerontology    3 Hours

Students integrate what they have learned in gerontology with a focus on how those concepts, ideas, theories and practical experiences relate to their personal, professional or higher education goals.

Prerequisite(s): GERO 100

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2021

GERO 490    Independent Study in Gerontology    1-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Supervised individual study and/or field-based experience in a topic or area of Gerontology of particular interest to the student. May be repeated for credit, but only a total of three credit hours can be counted toward a Gerontology minor.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

GERO 495    Topics in Gerontology    1-3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Investigation of specific issues in Gerontology, either from the perspective of a single discipline or from a multidisciplinary perspective. Students are responsible for arranging their own transportation to assigned sites. May be repeated for credit, but only a total of three credit hours can be used toward a Gerontology minor.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics (HMD)

HMD 150    Gourmet Foods    3 Hours

An introduction to principles and aesthetics of food preparation characteristic of American and other cuisines of the world. Preparation of food and table service for different types of meal functions are involved.

Course Fee: $75

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

HMD 151    Food Science    3 Hours (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Introduction to the study of the basic principles of food science as they apply to food preparation. Application of principles include preparation and evaluation of food products.

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Family Consumer Sciences (563) , Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707) or Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics-Prep (707P)

Course Fee: $75

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 152    Food Service Sanitation    1 Hour

Examines the causes and prevention of foodborne illness. Identifies hazards in food service operations. The course culminates with a nationally recognized food safety and sanitation exam.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

HMD 171    Introduction to Management in the Hospitality Industry    3 Hours

Study of the evolution of the hospitality industry. Organizational systems and management career potentials are examined. Hospitality services are viewed from both consumer and business perspectives.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

HMD 201    Introduction to Dietetics    1 Hour

Introduction to dietetics including academic and professional preparation.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 211    Human Nutrition    3 Hours

Study of nutrients essential to human life and well-being. Nutrients are studied relative to their function in metabolism, sources in food, and relationship to health. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-SY

Prerequisite(s): 21 hours of Foundations and Explorations Courses, or junior status

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

HMD 251    Commercial Food Preparation    3 Hours (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Study and application of commercial food preparation processes including selection, storage, presentation of food products, and the effective utilization of resources.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 151 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 151 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 151 with a minimum grade of C) and (HMD 152 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 152 with a minimum grade of C or FACS 152 with a minimum grade of C)

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707) or Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics-Prep (707P)

Course Fee: $75

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 252    Hospitality Information Technology    3 Hours

Study of computer applications in hotel, restaurant, and tourism management, and dietetics. Specific applications: spreadsheets, word-processing, reservation systems, accounting systems, and nutritional analysis.

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Hospitality Management (245) , Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707) or Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics-Prep (707P)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

HMD 271    Tourism Planning and Devlopment    3 Hours

Evaluation of international and domestic travel, tourism, economics, and cultural impact. Examination of tourism management, meeting planning, travel systems, food and lodging systems, and tourist attractions. Students are responsible for any field trip expenses and transportation. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-LG

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

HMD 275    Restaurant & Retail Management    3 Hours

Identify and evaluate elements involved in successful concept creation and operation of a restaurant and retail. Field trips at student's expense.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 151

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 276    Lodging Operations    3 Hours

Study of hotel and lodging operations, including analyses of the functions of revenue-generating and support departments. Students are responsible for any field trip expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 171 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 171 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 171 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 313    Practicum in Hospitality Management    3-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Supervised work experience in event management and tourism. Practicum sites must be approved by the instructor. Students are required to find their own practicum site and provide their own transportation to the site. Repeatable up to a maximum of six hours.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior or Freshman may not enroll.

Equivalent(s): FACS 313

Recent Term(s) Offered: summer 2019; summer 2020; summer 2021

HMD 340    Nutrition Assessment    3 Hours

Application of dietary, anthropometric and biochemical assessment methods for the determination of nutrition status. Includes utilization of the Nutrition Care Process.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 211 and BIOL 131 and (CHEM 105 or CHEM 109)

Corequisite(s): HMD 361

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 351    Human Resource Management in the Hospitality Industry    3 Hours

Study of management and human resource systems common to the hospitality industry. Case studies, role plays, and simulations are used to examine management and human resource problems unique to hotels, restaurants, and institutions.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 251 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 251 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 251 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

HMD 353    Menu Planning and Purchasing    3 Hours

Study of menu development, including planning and purchasing practices. Students are responsible for any field trip expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 251 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 251 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 251 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 354    Cost Control in the Hospitality Industry    3 Hours

Study of the financial aspects of hospitality operations to include budgeting, forecasting, financial analysis, and managerial accounting.

Prerequisite(s): (CFS 252 with a minimum grade of C or FACS 252 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 252 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

HMD 360    Advanced Nutrition    3 Hours

An in-depth examination of the biochemical and physiological functions of nutrients and their relationships to health and disease. The digestion, absorportion, transport, and excretion of nutrients are discussed. Includes the regulation and integration of metabloic pathways.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 211 and BIOL 131 and (CHEM 107 or CHEM 109)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 361    Life Stage Nutrition    3 Hours

Study of nutritional requirements of individuals throughout the life cycle. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 211 and BIOL 131 and (CHEM 105 or CHEM 109)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 362    Medical Nutrition Therapy I    4 Hours

Study of the scientific principles of human nutrition in relation to health and disease. Emphasis is placed on nutritional assessment and planning of nutrition intervention strategies for specific disease conditions.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 340 and HMD 360 (may be taken concurrently)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 364    Sports Nutrition    3 Hours

Includes determination of optimum carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, and fluid intake of athletes for health and performance; evaluation of supplements and nutrition information for athletes. For those interested in working with athletes and their diets.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 111 or HMD 111 or CFS 111 or CFSC 111C or FCS 111C or HMD 211 or HMDT 111C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

HMD 367    Nutrition in Aging    3 Hours

Explores the nutritional requirements of individuals throughout the aging process. Students are responsible for any field trip expenses and transportation. Note: Permission of instructor may be required may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (CFS 111C with a minimum grade of C or FACS 111 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 111 with a minimum grade of C or CFSC 111C with a minimum grade of C or HMD 211 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

HMD 368    Dietary and Herbal Supplements    3 Hours

Current topics related to dietary supplements. Regulatory guidelines and issues related to production, marketing, safety, and efficacy are addressed.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 111 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 111 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 111 with a minimum grade of C or CFSC 111C with a minimum grade of C or FCS 111C with a minimum grade of C or FACS 111C with a minimum grade of C or HMD 211 with a minimum grade of C or HMDT 111C with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

HMD 373    Hospitality and Tourism Marketing    3 Hours

Examines the scope and implementation of specialized marketing activities across a range of organizations in the hospitality and tourism industry.

Prerequisite(s): (CFS 271 with a minimum grade of C or FACS 271 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 271 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 375    Meeting and Convention Management    3 Hours

Examines planning and management of conventions, meetings, trade shows and exhibitions. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior or Freshman may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; summer 2021; fall 2021

HMD 378    Legal Environment of Hospitality and Tourism    3 Hours

Study of legal aspects of hospitality and tourism operations including legal relationships with guests and other patrons, food and beverage liability, employment, negligence and contracts.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 271

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 410    Internship in Hospitality Management    3-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Supervised work experience in hospitality management and tourism. Internship sites must be approved by the instructor. Students are required to find their own internship site and provide their own transportation to the site. Repeatable up to a maximum of six hours.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; summer 2021

HMD 452    Quality and Service Management in the Hospitality Industry    3 Hours

In-depth investigation of management theories, leadership, and incorporating quality-service principles. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 251

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

HMD 459    Senior Seminar in Hospitality Management and Dietetics    1 Hour

Course focuses on professional career development. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Enrollment is limited to students in Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707) or Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics-Prep (707P)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 461    Application of Nutrition Theory and Research    3 Hours

Provides the student with evidence-based research knowledge and skills in dietetic practice.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Enrollment is limited to students in Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707) or Hospitality Mgt/Dietetics-Prep (707P)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 462    Medical Nutrition Therapy II    4 Hours

Continued study of the analysis of the scientific principles of human nutrition in relation to health and disease. Emphasis is placed on intervention strategies for specific disease conditions and disorders. Includes laws, regulations and standards related to dietetic practice.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 362 or HMD 362)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 464    Practicum in Dietetics    3 Hours

Supervised dietetics-related field experience. Practicum sites must be approved by the instructor. Students are responsible for field experience expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 362

Restriction(s): Enrollment is limited to students in Hospitality Mgt Dietetics (707)

Recent Term(s) Offered: summer 2019; summer 2020; summer 2021

HMD 465    Community Nutrition    3 Hours

Review of community resources, delivery of nutrition education, and counseling in diverse populations. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 361

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 470    Advanced Lodging Management    3 Hours

Study of ethical decision making, risk management, preparation and analysis of financial information, feasibility studies and trends in the lodging industry.

Prerequisite(s): (FACS 276 with a minimum grade of C or CFS 276 with a minimum grade of C or HMD 276 with a minimum grade of C)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 471    Food Service Operations Management    3 Hours

Study and application of principles of food service operations. Students are responsible for any field trip expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 251

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

HMD 472    Strategic Management in the Hospitality Industry    3 Hours

Identification of problems, solutions, and the implementation of effective business and corporate strategies. Students are responsible for any field experience expenses and transportation.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 373

Restriction(s): Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Seek or Senior.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

HMD 473    Beverage Management    3 Hours

Management of beverage operations, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; risk-liability management; staff training and responsible customer service; beverage pricing and cost control; and food and beverage pairings. Field trips/travel at student's expense. Note: Permission of instructor may be required and must be 21 years of age with valid ID.

Prerequisite(s): HMD 251 and HMD 275

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2020; fall 2021

HMD 475    Advanced Hospitality Event Planning    3 Hours

Identification of various elements involved in successful planning of hospitality events. Students will learn how to design, plan, and evaluate professional events. An event planning project will be required for successful completion of the course. Field trips at student's expense.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior or Freshman may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; spring 2021

HMD 476    Global Hospitality and Cuisine    3 Hours

Exploration of regional foods, food preparation techniques, the food service industry, hospitality businesses, hospitality customs, and hospitality management practices in the country(s) being visited. Experiential explorations of food and culture. (Regions vary per term.) Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-IE

Prerequisite(s): 21 hours of Foundations and Explorations Courses, or junior status

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019

Interior Design Fashion Merch (IDFM)

IDFM 100    Introduction to Housing and Interior Design    3 Hours

Introduction to interior design as it relates to housing environments and residential furnishings and equipment. Focuses on consumer-related information and services. Includes layout and design opportunities. This course for non-Interior Design majors only.

Restriction(s): Students cannot enroll who are in Interior Design Fashion Mer (531)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2021

IDFM 101    Foundations of Interior Design    1 Hour

An exploration of the interior design profession including its many aspects and challenges, the required and continuing education, identification of the role of the interior designer, and career options.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 120    Visual Design I    3 Hours

Introduction to the fundamentals of visual design and techniques of representation through exploration of the elements and principles of design, the design process, English language arts and conceptual sketching. Individual work, teamwork and presentation skills will be emphasized.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 131    Basic Apparel Construction    3 Hours

Study of basic principles of apparel construction. Concepts include pattern, fabric, and equipment selection. Students experiment with construction techniques. Laboratory.

Course Fee: $30

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 132    Perspectives of Dress    3 Hours

An introduction to the fashion industry and the motivational factors influencing clothing choices. Dress is considered from psychological, socioeconomic, and design perspectives.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 151    Survey of Architecture and Interiors I    3 Hours

An introduction to the study of styles in architecture and interiors from ancient times through the 18th century. Emphasis is placed on furniture and furnishings and the interface between architecture and interior space.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2021

IDFM 152    Survey of Architecture and Interiors II    3 Hours

An introduction to the study of styles in architecture and interiors from the 18th century to present time. Emphasis is placed on French, English, and American styles and the international movements from which contemporary styles have emerged.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2020

IDFM 201    Interior Design Studio I    4 Hours

Study of the principles of spatial design expressed by two-and-three-dimensional representation. Problem solving through elements of form, space and color.

Corequisite(s): IDFM 222, IDFM 243

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 221    Visual Design II    3 Hours

Exploration of the conveyance of ideas and information expressed with two-dimensional images through the use of electronic resources.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 222    CAD in Human Environment    3 Hours

Computer aided design and drafting using AutoCAD. Practical applications in interior design and apparel merchandising are addressed through projects.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 223    Textiles    3 Hours (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Exploration of textile fibers, yarns and fabric construction; color and design; finishes. Performance and care are studied in relation to selection of fabrics for clothing and furnishings. Application through lab testing of fiber content, yarns and fabric construction, color, and design, and finishes. Lecture, Lab.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 226    Fashion Illustration    3 Hours

Survey of industry methods for communicating design concepts and presenting finished products. Emphasis is on application of basic sketching and rendering skills for use in the fashion industry.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 132 or DMT 132 or CFS 132)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 231    Textile and Apparel Quality Analysis    3 Hours

Evaluation of textile and apparel quality and performance. Emphasis on sewn products from the perspective of the manufacturer, retailer, and consumer. Laboratory; field experiences.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 131 or DMT 131 or CFS 131) and (IDFM 223 or DMT 223 or CFS 223)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 243    Materials and Finishes for Interior Design    3 Hours

Analysis of properties and uses of materials specified by interior designers. Major concepts and processes include standards of performance, quantity and cost estimating, and specification writing. Field trips at student's expense.

Corequisite(s): IDFM 201

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 244    Digital Design Tools    3 Hours

Introduction to the use of computer software such as Photoshop Elements, Snap Fashion, Sketch-up and AutoCAD for the visual communication of design ideas.

Prerequisite(s): IDFM 120

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 300    Interior Design Studio II    4 Hours

Investigation into understanding of conceptual, spatial principles applicable to interior design; development of two-and three-dimensional representation techniques and application of color theory.

Prerequisite(s): (DMT 120 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 120 with a minimum grade of C) and (DMT 201 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 201 with a minimum grade of C) and (DMT 243 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 243 with a minimum grade of C) and (DMT 222 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 222 with a minimum grade of C)

Corequisite(s): IDFM 344

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 301    Interior Design Studio III    4 Hours

Integration of basic building systems with conceptual, organizational, and spatial principles of design to create complete interior environments.

Prerequisite(s): IDFM 221 with a minimum grade of C and IDFM 300 with a minimum grade of C and IDFM 344 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C

Corequisite(s): IDFM 427, IDFM 304

Course Fee: $20

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 302    Interior Design Studio IV    4 Hours

Non-residential design problems of intermediate complexity with emphasis on application of advanced programming and life safety issues.

Prerequisite(s): (DMT 301 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 301 with a minimum grade of C)

Course Fee: $20

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 304    Lighting and Environmental Controls    3 Hours

Principles of mechanical systems of buildings including the electrical system, ventilation system, plumbing system, and HVAC systems. Students will properly execute the design criteria, supervise and collaborate with building trades and competently implement proper materials and mechanical systems in working drawings.

Corequisite(s): IDFM 301

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 308    Design and the Human Lifecycle    3 Hours

Exploration of the principles of anthropometrics, universal design and Americans with Disabilities codes used by Interior Designers to create environments in residential and public buildings that contributes to inclusion, safety, and emotional well-being of the user.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 313    Practicum in Interior Design Fashion Merchandising    3 Hours

Supervised practicum experience. Students perform professional functions with a pre-approved cooperating business. Field experience. Transportation at student's expense.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

IDFM 321    Professional Ethics & Issues Seminar    3 Hours

Interdisciplinary study of social trends, professional issues, and professional ethics impacting careers. Focus is on professional development strategies and resolution of ethical dilemmas both in the job search and within the workplace.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 322    Merchandising I for IDFM    3 Hours

Study of the principles of merchandising design, apparel and textile products with emphasis on the buying function and using merchandise calculations.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 132 or DMT 132 or CFS 132) and MKT 220

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 332    History of 20th Century Fashion    3 Hours

Survey of American and European fashions from 1900 to present as they reflect social, economic, and cultural influences. Application to current fashion analysis, re-enactment apparel, and artifact identification.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 132 or DMT 132 or CFS 132) and (IDFM 223 or DMT 223 or CFS 223) and (IDFM 231 or DMT 231 or CFS 231)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 333    Fashion Fundamentals    3 Hours

Survey of the fashion industry. Major topics include design, production, marketing and apparel management. Current trends in fashion design and merchandising are identified and analyzed.

Prerequisite(s): (DMT 132 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 132 with a minimum grade of C) and MKT 220

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 335    Apparel Design Production    3 Hours

Overview of fashion industry sectors and business strategies in the planning, creation, production, merchandising, and distribution of fashion brands.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 221 or DMT 221) and (IDFM 131 or DMT 131 or CFS 131)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 344    Digital Rendering for Interiors    3 Hours

Introduction to computer-aided 3-D modeling using AutoCAD and 20/20 CAP Design Studio software plug-in. Computer-aided visual communication techniques will be introduced as tools in the design/problem-solving process.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 222 or DMT 222 or CFS 222)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; spring 2021

IDFM 360    Kitchen & Bath Design Studio    3 Hours

Examination of the technical aspects and accessibility issues of designing kitchens. Development of drawings for the kitchen and bath including floor plans, electrical and lighting plans, elevations, and cabinet sections using ANSI (American National Standards Institute) guidelines and graphic presentation standards.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 222 or DMT 222 or CFS 222) and (IDFM 300 or DMT 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 400    Special Problems in Interior Design    3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Independent interior design research and projects that reach beyond the current course offerings into areas of more advanced study and techniques.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 302 or DMT 302) and IDFM 344 and (IDFM 427 or DMT 427)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; summer 2021

IDFM 401    Interior Design Studio V    4 Hours

Non-residential design problems of advanced complexity integrating previous experiences and applying office practices to the process of design.

Prerequisite(s): (DMT 302 with a minimum grade of C or IDFM 302 with a minimum grade of C)

Corequisite(s): IDFM 403

Course Fee: $20

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 402    Senior Design Thesis    4 Hours

A mixed-use capstone project which requires students to develop a design solution with an increased amount of technical support data and design detailing. Guest speakers and field trips may supplement instruction. Students are responsible for their own transportation.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 401 or DMT 401) and (IDFM 403 or DMT 403) and (IDFM 410 or DMT 410 or CFS 410 or FACS 410)

Course Fee: $20

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 403    Business Principles and Practices for Interior Design    2 Hours

Study of the business, legal, and financial considerations of the practicing designer. Major topics include business formation, project analysis and management, contracts, compensation, and government regulations and codes.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2021

IDFM 410    IDFM Internship    3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Students perform professional functions in an appropriate establishment. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 hours. (Note: Application and copy of undergraduate program must be submitted to coordinator of the Internship Program one complete semester prior to the semester a student plans to do the internship. A 2.5 grade point average in professional courses is required for the eligibility.)

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 302 or IDFM 335) and IDFM 321

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021

IDFM 421    Portfolio Design    3 Hours

Development of a design portfolio as essential ingredient of job search and application to graduate school for all design professions. Includes audit, analysis and assembly of portfolio to demonstrate individual talent and qualifications. Input from industry professionals. Covers digital techniques and World Wide Web promotion.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 302 or IDFM 335) and IDFM 321

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 422    Textile Design and Performance    3 Hours

Analysis of creativity in historic and contemporary textile designs and techniques. Students experiment and create textile designs and colorways appropriate for specific design applications and end product categories.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 221 or DMT 221 or CFS 221) and (IDFM 120 or DMT 120) and (IDFM 223 or DMT 223 or CFS 223)

Course Fee: $15

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019

IDFM 423    Human Environment Study Tour    3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Travel to fashion and design centers to gain firsthand knowledge concerning design, production, marketing, and promotion of textiles, clothing, and home furnishings. Field trips at student's expense.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019

IDFM 424    Historic Textiles    3 Hours

A study of decorative fabrics and the history of textile design from ancient times through contemporary production. Understanding cultural diversity as reflected in textile artifacts of major cultures of the world is the major focus. Field trips required at student's expense.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 223 or DMT 223 or CFS 223)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 426    Fashion Design Market Trends    3 Hours

Study of a major market for fashion apparel, textiles, or interior design products. In-class seminars will precede and follow field work experience at a major market for apparel, interior design, or related businesses. Travel to market site at student's expense. Note: Student must have completed at least two courses in IDFM and approval of instructor.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 427    Visual Design III    3 Hours

Advanced application of the conveyance of ideas and information expressed with two-dimensional images through the use of electronic resources.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 221 or DMT 221) and (IDFM 222 or DMT 222 or CFS 222)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 431    Clothing and Human Behavior    3 Hours

Study of dress and adornment in relation to human behavior. Clothing and appearance are explored in relation to the self, to interpersonal communication, and to collective behavior in social, cultural, and historical contexts. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-SC

Prerequisite(s): 21 hours of Foundations and Explorations Courses, or junior status and (PSY 100 or PSYS 100 or SOCL 100)

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDFM 432    Visual Merchandising and Promotion    3 Hours

Study of the principles and practices of fashion promotion. Includes supervised experience working with visual merchandising and fashion-related events using merchandise from retail stores.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 120 or DMT 120) and (IDFM 221 or DMT 221) and IDFM 335

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 433    Fashion Synthesis    3 Hours

A multi-functional team approach to creative problem solving and development of apparel and related products and services. Includes application, evaluation, presentation, and synthesis of merchandising, design, and production processes. Laboratory and field trips.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 333 or DMT 333 or CFS 333) and IDFM 335

Course Fee: $20

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDFM 434    History of Costume    3 Hours

Study of costume from selected historic periods. Students are required to analyze socioeconomic influences on clothing. Field experiences.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 436    Global Apparel Merchandising    3 Hours

Evaluation of the key issues facing textiles and apparel businesses operating supply chains and sourcing in the global economy considering economic, political, and social perspectives and professional implications.

Prerequisite(s): (IDFM 333 or DMT 333 or CFS 333)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

IDFM 438    Merchandising II for IDFM    3 Hours

Study of the principles of effective fashion merchandising. Students apply learning experiences to store design and layout, management patterns, fashion promotion, and financial control.

Prerequisite(s): IDFM 322

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2021

IDFM 444    Environmental Product Design and Development    3 Hours

A study of emerging technologies and environmental issues confronting consumers and designers of the near environment, including housing, apparel, leisure, and workspaces. Major emphasis is on alternative design forms, energy-conscious design, and energy effectiveness of products and spaces. Possible field trips at student's expense.

Prerequisite(s): IDFM 344

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 446    Restoration of Historic Interiors    3 Hours

This course focuses on design and other aspects of interior historic restoration of both academic and vernacular structures. Attention is focused on aesthetic issues of designing domestic and commercial historic interiors for restoration or adaptive reuse.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 448    Interior Illustration    3 Hours

Development of advanced skills in design illustration and presentation. Emphasis is on fast techniques for color rendering.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDFM 449    Design Humanics    4 Hours

Research and application of design theory to a design project. Student will prepare design documents from conceptual diagrams, preliminary design and code analysis to final presentation.

Prerequisite(s): IDFM 300 and AMS 163 or IDFM 222

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2020