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									Apparel and Merchandising
    Apparel Design and Production Concentration                                                                                                                                               2012-2013
First Year                                                FALL                                        First Year                                                        SPRING
                       Course                          Prerequisites       Credits   AUCC      Note                        Course                                     Prerequisites            Credits          AUCC         Note
AM 101 Fashion Industries (F) 1                            None               3                       AM 143 Introduction to Apparel Design (S) f10                  Portfolio Review             4
AM 110 Digital Tech. for Apparel & Merch. (F,S) f11        None               3                       DM 120 Textiles (F,S,SS) 1                                           None                   3
AM 130 Design Found. of Apparel and Merch. (F) 1           None               3
                                                                                                      CHEM 103 Chemistry in Context (F,S,SS)                               None                    3              3A
                                                          SAT r600 or                                                                                                   CHEM 103 or
CO 150 College Composition (F,S,SS)                   ACT e26 or CO 130      3         1A             CHEM 104 Chemistry in Context w/ lab (F,S,SS)                    concurrent reg.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1              3A
                                                      or Challenge Exam
MATH 117 College Algebra in Context 12                Placement Exam         1         1B             PSY 100 Psychology                                                   None                    3              3C
MATH 118 College Algebra in Context 22                   MATH 117            1         1B                 OR SOC 100 Sociology (F,S,SS)                                    None                                   3C
MATH 124 Logarithmic and Exponential Functions2          MATH 118            1         1B             Elective _________________________________                                                   1
                                                            Total            15      Credits                                                                                Total                 15           Credits

Second Year                                               FALL                                        Second Year                                                       SPRING
                                                      AM 143;MATH 117,
                                                         MATH 118,                                                                                                       AM 143;
AM 241 Apparel Production II (F) 2                       MATH 124;
                                                                             3                        AM 240 Computer-Aided Apparel Design (S)                                                     3
                                                                                                                                                                     Portfolio Review
                                                       Portfolio Review
                                                                                                                                                                     AM 101; AM 130;
                                                          AM 143;
AM 244 Illustration for Apparel Design (F) f10                               3                        AM 270 Merchandising Processes (F,S)
                                                                                                                                                  1,   2            DM 120; MATH 117;              3
                                                      Portfolio Review                                                                                             MATH 118; MATH 124
AM 250 Clothing, Adornment & Human Behavior
                                                            None             3         3E             SPCM 200 Public Speaking (F,S,SS)                                    None                    3
(F,S,SS)
DM 272 Consumers in the Marketplace (F)1                    None              3                       Arts & Humanities _______________________                        See Catalog                 3              3B
PHIL 110 Logic and Critical Thinking                                          3        3B
                                                                                                      Elective ________________________________                        See Catalog                 4
   OR STAT 201 General Statistics (F,S,SS)                  MPE              (3)
                                                            Total            15      Credits                                                                                Total                 16           Credits

Third Year                                                FALL                                        Third Year                                                        SPRING
AM 342 Computer-Aided Textile Design (F) f10              AM 110             3         4B             AM 341 Computer Aided Apparel Production (S)                        AM 241                   3
                                                      Minimum 2.5 GPA;
DM 492 Pre-Internship Seminar (F,S)                   Minimum 60 credits
                                                                             2                        AM 345 Draping Design (S)                                           AM 241                   3
Arts & Humanities __________________________            See Catalog          3         3B             AM 363 Historic Costume (S)                                    Minimum 60 credits            3              4A
Biological/Physical Sciences __________________         See Catalog          3         3A             AM 375 Product Design & Development (F,S) f09                  DM 272, AM 270                3
Historical Perspectives ______________________          See Catalog          3         3D             Additional Communication f08_________________                   See Catalog                  3               2
Elective___________________________________             See Catalog          3
                                                            Total            17      Credits                                                                               Total                  15           Credits

Fourth Year                                               FALL                                        Fourth Year                                                       SPRING
                                                                                                      DM 487B Internship - Apparel Design and                         AM 244; AM 446;
AM 421 Textile Analysis (F)                               DM 120             3                                                                                                                    12
                                                                                                      Production (F,S,SS)                                             DM 492; 2.5 GPA
AM 446 – Capstone; Apparel Design and Prod. (F)        AM 240; AM 341         3        4C                                                                                   Total                 12           Credits
AM 460 Historic Textiles (F)                               None               3
Upper Division Electives_______________________         See Catalog           3                       1
                                                                                                       Apparel and Merchandising students must earn a letter grade of C or better in all of the following AM Core courses:
Upper Division Electives_______________________         See Catalog           3                             AM 101; AM 130; DM 120; AM 270; and DM 272.
                                                           Total             15      Credits          2Apparel and Merchandising students must earn a letter grade of B or better in: MATH 117, MATH 118, & MATH 124.

                                                                                                                                                                                               Academic year, FA12-SP13
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                                                           Apparel and Merchandising

Course….…………              Title…………………………………………………....................                  Prerequisite(s); Credits; Semesters; Other………………………….
AHS 426................   Responsible Promotion of Food & Apparel………………….               None; 3 credits; Fall; www.learn.colostate.edu; $$
AM 101…….……               Fashion Industries………………………………………………                          C or better; 3 credits; Fall
AM 110……………               Digital Technology for Apparel & Merchandising…………….          None; 3 credits; Fall, Spring
AM 130……………               Design Foundations of Apparel & Merchandising……………            C or better; 3 credits; Fall
AM 143……………               Introduction to Apparel Design…………………………………                   Portfolio Review; 4 credits; Spring
AM 240……………               Computer-Aided Apparel Design………………………………                     AM 143; Portfolio Review; 3 credits; Spring
AM 241……………               Apparel Production………………………………………………                          AM 143; B or better in MATH 117, MATH 118, MATH 124;
                                                                                        Portfolio Review; 3 credits; Fall
AM 243……………               Adobe Photoshop for Textile Design…………………………..                None, 3 credits; On Hold; www.learn.colostate.edu; $$
AM 244……………               Illustration for Apparel Design………………………………….                 AM 143; Portfolio Review; 3 credits; Fall
AM 250……………               Clothing Adornment & Human Behavior………………………                  None; 3 credits; Fall, Spring; AUCC 3E
AM 270……………               Merchandising Processes………………………………………                        C or better in AM 101, AM 130, DM 120;
                                                                                        B or better in MATH 117, MATH 118, MATH 124;
                                                                                        3 credits; Fall, Spring
AM 321……………               Advanced Textiles……………………………………………….                          DM 120; 3 credits; Spring
AM 330……………               Textile & Apparel Economics…………………………………...                   C or better in DM 120, DM 272, AM 270; ECON 202 or AREC
                                                                                        202; 3 credits; Fall; AUCC 4B
AM 341……………               Computer-Aided Apparel Production…………………………..                 AM 240; AM 241; 3 credits; Spring
AM 342……………               Computer-Aided Textile Design………………………………..                   AM 110; 3 credits; Fall
AM 344……………               Adobe Illustrator for Apparel Designers……………………….             AM 243; 3 credits; On Hold; www.learn.colostate.edu; $$
AM 345……………               Draping Design…………………………………………………..                           AM 241; 3 credits; Spring
AM 363……………               Historic Costume…………………………………………………                           Min. 60 credits; 3 credits; Spring
AM 364……………               History of Fashion Designers/Manufacturers.………………...          None; 3 credits; On Hold; www.learn.colostate.edu; $$
AM 366……………               Merchandising Promotion……………………………………….                       AM 270 or MKT 305 or MKT 300; 3 credits; Fall, SS
AM 371……………               Merchandising Systems…………………………………………                         ACT 205 or ACT 210; AM 270; 4 credits; Fall, Spring
AM 375……………               Product Design & Development Softlines…………………….               AM 270; DM 272; 3 credits; Fall, Spring
AM 384……………               Supervised College Teaching………………………………….                     See instructor; variable; Fall, Spring, SS
AM 421……………               Textile Analysis…………………………………………………..                         DM 120; 3 credits; Fall
AM 430……………               International Retailing……………………………………………                      AM 330; DM/MKT 360; 3 credits; Spring (even)
AM 446……………               Apparel Design & Production………………….……………….                    AM 341; AM 342; 3 credits, Fall; AUCC 4C
AM 450……………               Social-Psychological Aspects of Clothing……………………..            AM 240; PSY 100 or SOC 100; 3 credits; Spring (odd)
AM 460……………               Historic Textiles………………………………………………..…                        Min. 60 credits; 3 credits; Fall
AM 466……………               Retail Environment Design & Planning……………………..…               AM 130; AM 270; 3 credits; Spring (odd)
AM 479……………               Merchandising Policies & Strategies………………………….                AM 270; AM 330; AM 366; AM 371; DM/MKT 360;
                                                                                        3 credits; Fall, Spring; AUCC 4A, 4C
DM 120……………               Textiles……………………………………………………………                               C or better; 3 credits; Fall, Spring, SS
DM 272……………               Consumer Behavior……………………………………………...                         C or better; 3 credits; Fall, Spring, SS www.learn.colostate.edu $$
DM 360……………               Retailing…………………………………………………………..                             MKT 300 or MKT 305; 3 credits; Spring
DM 400……………               U.S. Travel – New York Study Tour……………………………                  6 credits in AM, DM, or INTD; 3 credits; Spring (odd)
DM 470……………               International Design and Merchandising-Apparel......………..     AM 130 or INTD 29; DM 120; 2 credits; DM 482
DM 482……………               Travel Abroad: Design & Merchandising Study Tour……….          none; 1 credit; TBD; www.learn.colostate.edu; $$
DM 487A…………               Internship - Merchandising…………………………………..….                   Min 2.5 gpa; DM/MKT 360; DM 492; 12 credits; Fall, Spring, SS;
                                                                                        consent of instructor
DM 487B…………               Internship- Apparel Design & Production……………………..             Min 2.5 gpa; AM 244; DM 492; 12 credits; Fall, Spring, SS;
                                                                                        consent of instructor
DM 492……………               Preinternship Seminar…………………………………………..                       Min 2.5 gpa; Min 60 credits; 2 credits; Fall, Spring
 



Course….…………              Title…………………………………………………................                    Prerequisite(s); Credits; Semesters; Other………………………….
ACT 205…………..             Fundamentals of Accounting………………………………..                    For nonbusiness majors; 3 credits; Fall, Spring, SS
ECON 202………..             Principles of Microeconomics……………………………….                   MATH 117 or MATH 118 or MATH 141; 3 credits, Fall, Spring, SS
FIN 305……………              Fundamentals of Finance……………………………………                       60 credits; ACT 205/ACT 210; ECON 204; 3 credits, Fall, Spring, SS
MKT 305…………..             Fundamentals of Marketing…..……………………………..                   60 credits; ECON 202 or AREC 202; 3 credits; Fall, Spring, SS
MGT 305………….              Fundamentals of Management……………………………..                     60 credits; 3 credits; Fall, Spring, SS
SPCM 200………..             Public Speaking………………………………………………                           None, 3 credits, Fall, Spring, SS
STAT 201…………              General Statistics……………………………………………..                       Math placement exam or one credit of 100 level Math; 3 credits, Fall,
                                                                                      Spring, SS
STAT 204…………              Statistics for Business Students……………………………                 Math placement exam or one credit of 100 level Math; 3 credits, Fall,
                                                                                      Spring, SS
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                                                                     All University Core Curriculum
                                                                  Category 1: Basic Competencies
Written Communication (3 Credits; CO 150) …………..….…………………………………1A                          Mathematics (3 Credits; see department)……………….….……………………..…….1B
                                                               Category 2: Additional Communication
Advanced Writing - eff Fall 08 (3 Credits)…………....…….…..……...……….………… BUS 300; CHEM 301; CO 300; CO 301A; CO 301B; CO 301C; CO 301D; CO 302; JTC 300; LB 300
                                                              Category 3: Foundations and Perspectives
Biological/Physical Sciences (7 Credits) .…………………………………………………….3A
                                                                                           Historical Perspectives (3 Credits) ..……………………….……..….………………….3D
Arts & Humanities (6 Credits) ……………………………..……………………….…..……...3B
                                                                                           Global & Cultural Awareness (3 Credits) ………………….……………………………3E
Social/Behavioral Science (3 Credits) ….………………….………………………………… 3C
                                                              Category 4 (A, B, C) Depth and Integration
                                                                    (see department requirements)

  Biological/Physical Sciences (3A) 2 courses, 1 Lab; 7 Credits                                                 Social and Behavioral Sciences (3C) 1 course; 3 Credits
  AA 100 Introduction to Astronomy.…………………………………………….…….……..3                                                   ANTH 100 Introductory Cultural Anthropology….………………………………….……3
  AA 101 Astronomy Laboratory ……………………………….………….………………….1                                                       AREC 202 Agricultural and Resource Economics …..…………………………………3
  ANTH 120 Human Origins and Variation…………………..………………………………3                                                    AREC 240 Issues and Environmental Economics ..……………………………..…….3
  ANTH 121Human Origins and Variations Laboratory…………….………….…………..1                                             ECON 101 Economics of Social Issues ..………………………………………….……3
  BSPM 102 Insects, Science, and Society……………………………………..…….…….3                                                 ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics ..……………………………………………..3
  BZ 101 Humans and Other Animals .………………………………….…………….….…3                                                     ECON 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ….……………………………………..…..3
  BZ 104 Basic Concepts of Plant Life……………………………….………………………3                                                    ECON 212 Racial Inequality and Discrimination ..…………………………………..…3
  BZ 105 Basic Concepts of Plant Life Laboratory…………...….…………………………1                                            ECON 240 Issues in Environmental Economics……………………………………..…3
  BZ 110 Principles of Animal Biology…………………………….………….......................3                                   EDUC 275 Schooling in the U.S .…………………………………………………………3
  BZ 111 Animal Biology Laboratory………………………..………………………….…….1                                                    GR 100 Introduction to Geography...…………………….….…………………………...3
  BZ 120 Principles of Plant Biology..…………………………….………………….……...4                                                HDFS 101 Individual and Family Development .…………………………………..……3
  CHEM 103 Chemistry in Context…………………………………………………….…….3                                                        HONR 492 Senior Seminar ….…………………………………………………………....3
  CHEM 104 Chemistry in Context Laboratory ...……………….………………………….1                                               JTC 100 Media in Society ….……………………………………...……………………...3
  CHEM 107 Fundamentals of Chemistry…………………………………………………..4                                                      POLS 101 American Government and Politics .………………………………………...3
  CHEM 108 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory……………………………………..1                                                POLS 103 State and local Government and Politics ………………………..…………3
  CHEM 111 General Chemistry I……………………………….…………………………...4                                                       PSY 100 General Psychology .……………………………………………………..…….3
  CHEM 112 General Chemistry Laboratory I………………….…………………………...1                                                 SOC 100 General Sociology .………………………………………………………….....3
  FW 104 Wildlife Ecology and Conservation………………………………………………3                                                   SOC 105 Social Problems ………………………………………………………………...3
  GEOL 120 Exploring Earth: Physical Geology……….…………………………………..3                                                SOWK 110 Contemporary Social Welfare ………………………………………………3
  GEOL 121 Introductory Laboratory…………………….………….………………………..1
  GEOL 122 The Blue Planet: Geology of Our Environment…….……………………….3                                            Historical Perspectives (3D) 1 course; 3 Credits
  GEOL 124 Geology of Natural Resources…………….…………………………………..3                                                   AMST 100 Self/Community in American Culture, 1600-1877………………………….3
  HORT 100 Horticulture Science………………………………….…………………………4                                                        AMST 101 Self/Community in American Culture Since 1877 …………………………3
  LAND 220 Fundamentals of Ecology………………………….…………………………...3                                                     ANTH 140 Introduction to Prehistory……………………………………………………..3
  LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems……………………….…………………………….4                                                  ETST 250 African American History ……………………………………………………..3
  LIFE 201A Introductory Genetics-Applied Genetics.........................……………………3                            ETST 252 Asian American History ……………………………………………………….3
  LIFE 201B Introductory Genetics-Molecular………………………………………………3                                                  ETST 255 Native American History ...……………………………………………………3
  LIFE 220 Fundamentals of Ecology………………….…………………………………….3                                                      HIST 100 Western Civilization, Pre Modern …………………………………………….3
  MIP 101 Introduction to Human Disease.…………………………………………………3                                                    HIST 101 Western Civilization, Modern…….……………………………………………3
  NR 120A Environmental Conservation.…………………………………………………...3                                                    HIST 115 Islamic World to 1800 …………………………………………………………3
  NR 130 Global Environmental Systems…………………………………………………..3                                                     HIST 120 Asian Civilizations I …………………………………………………………….3
  NR 150 Oceanography………………………………..……………………………………..3                                                            HIST 121 Asian Civilizations II ……………………………………………………………3
  PH 110 Descriptive Physics I……………………….………………………………………3                                                        HIST 150 U.S. History to 1876 ……………………………………………………………3
  PH 111 Descriptive Physics Laboratory………………….………………………………..1                                                  HIST 151 U.S. History Since 1876 ……………………………………………………….3
  PH 121 General Physics I………………………………….………………………………..5                                                         HIST 170 World History, Ancient-1500 ………………………………………………….3
  PH 122 General Physics II………………………………….……………………………….5                                                         HIST 171 World History, 1500-Present ………………………………………………….3
  PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I……………………………………………5                                               HIST 250 African American History ……………………………………………………...3
  PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II…………………………………………...5                                            HIST 252 Asian American History ………………………………………………………..3
  WR 304 Principles of Watershed Management….……………………………………….3                                                  HIST 255 Native American History ....……………………………………………………3
                                                                                                                NR 320 Natural Resources History and Policy………………………………………….3
  Arts & Humanities (3B) 2 courses; 6 Credits
  ART 100 Introduction to the Visual Arts……………………………………………....…...3                                             Global and Cultural Awareness (3E) 1 course; 3 Credits
  D 110 Understanding Dance………………………………………….………………….….3                                                         AGRI 116 Plants and Civilization………………………………………………………….3
  E 140 The Study of Literature……………………………………………………………….3                                                       AGRI 270 World Independence-Population and Food …………………………………3
  E 232 Introduction to Humanities..………………………………………………………….3                                                    AM 250 Clothing Adornment and Human Behavior…………………………………….3
  E 242 Reading Shakespeare…………….………………………………………………….3                                                          ANTH 200 Cultures and the Global System……………………………………………..3
  E 270 Introduction to American Literature….………………………………………………3                                                E 238 20th Century Fiction…………………………………………………………………3
  E 276 Survey of British Literature I…………………………………………………………3                                                   E 245 World Drama ………………………………………………………………………..3
  E 277 Survey of British Literature II …………………………………………………….….3                                                ECON 211 Gender in the Economy ……………………………………………………...3
  ETST 240 Native American Cultural Expressions….………………………………….….3                                              ETST 100 Introduction to Ethnic Studies ………………………………………………..3
  HONR 392 Seminar .……………………………………………..……………………….…3                                                             ETST 205 Ethnicity and the Media ……………………………………………………….3
  L***200 Second Year Language I*………………………………..………………………..3                                                     ETST 253 Chicana/o History and Culture ……………………………………………….3
  L***201 Second Year Language II*....………………………………………………….....3                                                 ETST 256 Border Crossings: People/Politics/Culture …………………………………3
  L***250 Language, Literature, Culture in Translation………..…………………………..3                                        HORT 171 Environmental Issues in Agriculture .……………………………………….3
  MU 100 Music Appreciation ...……………………………….……………………………..3                                                      IE 116 Plants and Civilizations……………………………………………………………3
  MU 111 Music Theory Fundamentals .….…………………………………………………3                                                      IE 270 World Interdependence-Population and Food ………………………………….3
  MU 131 Introduction to Music History and Literature…..…………………………………3                                          IE 370 Model United Nations………………………………………………………………3
  PHIL 100 Appreciation of Philosophy ..….………………………………………………....3                                               LB 170 World Literatures to 1500 ………………………………………………………..3
  PHIL 103 Moral and Social Problems………………………………………………………3                                                      LB 171 World Literatures – The Modern Period ...……………………………………...3
  PHIL 110 Logic and Critical Thinking ……………………………..………………………..3                                                PHIL 170 World Philosophies .……………………………………………………………3
  PHIL 120 History and Philosophy of Scientific Thought…..………………………………3                                         POLS 131 Current World Problems ……………………………………………………..3
  SPCM 100 Communication and Popular Culture ...…………….………………………..3                                               POLS 232 International Relations ……………………………………………………….3
  SPCM 201 Rhetoric in Western Thought…………………………………………………..3                                                    POLS 241 Comparative Government and Politics ..……………………………………3
  TH 141 Introduction to Theater ……………………………………………………………..3                                                     SA 482 Approved Study Abroad Courses…..………………………….………………..3
                                                                                                                SOC 205 Contemporary Race-Ethnic Relations .………………………………………3
  * No more than three credits of intermediate foreign language may be used toward this category                SOCR 171 Environmental Issues in Agriculture ………………………………………..3
  *** Language courses separated into different subject codes based on language (i.e. LFRE/French,
  LGER/German)
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