Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Textile and Apparel: Industrial Sewing Technician program is designed to provide skills for industrial sewing for manufacturing. Students gain proficiency in using industrial straight stitch, zigzag, over-lock, cover stitch, blind hemmers and walking feet sewing machines. Students also learn costing and production methods of construction. Completers of the certificate will enter the fashion industry at entry-level positions or above with industrial sewing skills.
|TEC111||Clothing Construction (3) OR|
|TEC125||Fashion Design (3) OR|
|permission of Program Director||0-3|
|TEC143||Industrial Sewing I||2|
|TEC144||Industrial Sewing II||2|
|TEC244||Industrial Sewing III||2|
|TEC146||Manufacturing Sewing Methods I||2|
|TEC147||Manufacturing Sewing Methods II||2|
|TEC247||Manufacturing Sewing Methods III||2|
|TEC240||Apparel Production Management||2|
|TEC162||Production Development Laboratory (1) OR|
|TEC270||Design Studio (1)||1|
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