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					A Unique Kind of Transfer
                                              ADVISEMENT SHEET FOR STUDENTS
                                                    TRANSFERRING TO FIDM
                                       Napa Valley College   Fashion Institute of Design &
                                                                                                                    Merchandising (FIDM)
                                                                                                                            FIDM GENERAL STUDIES CORE REQUIREMENTS

                                 ENGL 120 Reading & Composition I                                   GNST 1040 ENGLISH COMPOSITION
                                 ART 120 Two Dimensional Design                                     GNST 1230 COLOR AND DESIGN CONCEPTS
                                 MATH 106 Pre-Calculus: Elementary Functions                        GNST 1450 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
                                 (or higher)
                                 SPEE 122 Public Speaking                                           GNST 1600 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING

                                 ENGL 123 Critical Thinking about Literature (or)                   GNST 1650 CRITICAL THINKING
                                 ENGL 125 Critical Thinking and Composition
                                 ECON 120 Economic History of the U.S. (or)                         GNST 2960 AMERICAN POLITICAL & ECONOMIC HISTORY
                                 HIST 121 United States History 2
                                                                                                                                              ADDITIONAL GNST EQUIVALE NCI ES
                                                                                                    Transfer advisors need to cross-check FIDM Programs of Study list to note the specific curriculum of a
                                                                                                    major before advising students on what transferable courses to take . The general studies requirements for
                                                                                                    each major vary so advisors need to be very specific on which courses a student should take prior to transfer.


                                 BUSI 110 Human Relations in Organizations                          BUAD 2000 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR & MANAGEMENT*


                                 BUSI 142 Principles of Management                                  BUAD 2100 MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS*

                                 ART 137 Drawing 1 (or) ART 237 Life Drawing                        GNST 1080 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS*

                                 COMS 110 Introduction to Microcomputers                            GNST 1180 TECHNOLOGY FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS*


                                 DRAM 203 Survey & Appreciation of Film                             GNST 2000 FILM HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT*

                                 ART 115 Survey of Art History I                                    GNST 2020 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART I*

                                 ART 116 Survey of Art History II                                   GNST 2420 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART II*

                                 ECON 101 Economics II                                              GNST 2570 MICROECONOMICS**

                                 CHEM 110 Introduction to Chemistry (or)                            GNST 2630 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY**
                                 CHEM 120 General Chemistry I
                                 SPAN 260 Third Semester Spoken Spanish                             GNST 2700 CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH*

                                 ART 110 Fundamentals of Visual Art                                 GNST 2750 SEMINAR IN THE ARTS*

                                 BIOL 110 Survey of Biology (or) BIOL 111 Studying the Biological   GNST 2760 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY**
                                 Sciences (or) BIOL 120 General Biology


                                 ART 216 Contemporary Art History                                   GNST 2780 MAJOR ART MOVEMENTS *

                                 ECON 100 Economics I                                               GNST 2870 MACROECONOMICS**

                                 COUN 110 Career/Life Planning                                      GNST 2980 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES*

                                 BUSI 251 Marketing                                                 MMKT 2880 MARKETING ESSENTIALS*


NOTES: *Indicates courses that may not be a requirement in all majors. Such courses will be transferred in if they are a requirement or an elective choice in the transferring
students program’s curriculum. ALSO: Major specific course may be accepted by the Department Chair with review of class projects / exams and course description.
**Indicates courses only offered in FIDM’s Business Management Bachelor of Science Degree to complete student’s lower division general education requirements.
Transfer counselors need to cross reference this course equivalency guide with the Academics Majors of Study listed in FIDM’s College Catalog to accurately advise transfer
preparation.
                                     DATE:_____03/16/2010_______                        SIGNATURE:
12 Associate of Arts Program (all of which have Professional Designation Degree
       programs) + 7 Advanced Study Programs = 19 Programs of study.
       162 Current Agreements = 3078 Agreements to update annually.
                                                                  MOORPARK COLLEGE                              The Fashion Institute of Design &
        Merchandise Marketing                                                                                        Merchandising (FIDM)
                                                                                                                       FIDM GENERAL STUDIES CORE REQUIREMENTS


          Associate of Arts                              ENGL MO1A or MO1AH English Composition        GNST 1040 ENGLISH COMPOSITION
                                                         ART M20 Two Dimensional Design                GNST 1230 COLOR AND DESIGN THEORY
                                                         MATH MO5 College Algebra (or higher)          GNST 1450 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
BUAD 1100 Selling Techniques                             COMM MO1 Introduction to Speech (or)            GNST 1600 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING
                                                         COMM M02 Advanced Public Speaking
BUAD 2000 Organizational Behavior & Management           ENGL M01B or ENGL M01BH (or) ENGL MO1C GNST 1650 CRITICAL THINKING
BUAD 2100 Management                                     or ENGL MO1CH Critical Thinking and
                                                         Composition (or) PHIL MO5 Critical Thinking and
GNST 1040 English Composition                            Analytic Writing
GNST 1170 History of Costume                             HIST M25 History of the United States           GNST 2960 AMERICAN POLITICAL & ECONOMIC
                                                                                                         HISTORY*
GNST 1180 Technology for Business Applications
GNST 1230 Color & Design Theory                                                                                             ADDITIONAL GNST EQUIVALENCIES
                                                                                                       Transfer advisors need to cross-check FIDM Programs of Study list to note
GNST 1440 Textile Science                                                                                 the specific curriculum of a major before advising students on what
                                                                                                        transferable courses to take. The general studies requirements for each
GNST 1450 College Mathematics                                                                          major vary so advisors need to be very specific on which courses a student
                                                                                                                                should take prior to transfer.
GNST 1600 Effective Speaking                             BUS M54 Organizational Behavior               BUAD 2000 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR &
GNST 1650 Critical Thinking                                                                            MANAGEMENT*
                                                         BUS M31 Introduction to Management            BUAD 2100 MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS*
GNST 2960 American Political & Economic History
                                                         ART M30 Drawing and Composition I             GNST 1080 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS*
GNST 2980 Professional Practices
                                                         THA M24A Theatrical Costume and Makeup I      GNST 1170 HISTORY OF COSTUME*
MMKT 2180 Promotion in Merchandising Environment         CIS M28 Microsoft Office                      GNST 1180 TECHNOLOGY FOR BUSINESS
MMKT 2320 Consumer Behavior                                                                            APPLICATIONS*
MMKT 2580 Brand Imaging                                  ID M13 Textiles                               GNST 1380 TEXTILE SCIENCE FOR INTERIOR
                                                                                                       DESIGN*
MMKT 2640 International Business                         MM M10 Introduction to Digital Media          GNST 1620 THE CREATIVE PROCESS*
MMKT 2700 Applied Management                             FILM M31 Contemporary American Film           GNST 2000 FILM HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT*
MMKT 2880 Marketing Essentials                           ART M11 History of Art: Prehistoric through   GNST 2020 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART I*
                                                         Gothic
MRCH 1550 The Retail Environment                         ART M12 History of Art: Renaissance through   GNST 2420 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART II*
MRCH 1700 Merchandise Math                               Modern
MRCH 1750 Merchandise Strategies                         ECON M01 Principles of Microeconomics         GNST 2570 MICROECONOMICS**
                                                         CHEM M01A General Chemistry I (or)            GNST 2630 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY**
MRCH 1900 Merchandise Trend Analysis                     CHEM M12 Introductory Chemistry I
MRCH 2100 Merchandise Planning & Control                 SPAN M01B Elementary Spanish                  GNST 2700 CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH*
MRCH 2150 Technology for Merchandise Planning & Cntrl.   ART M10 Art Appreciation (or)                 GNST 2750 SEMINAR IN THE ARTS*
                                                         HUM M02 The Individual and the Arts
MRCH 2520 Site Management & Operations (or)              BIOLMO1 Introduction to Biology (or)          GNST 2760 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY**
MRCH 2700 Applied Buying                                 BIOL MO2A General Biology I
MRCH 2550 Merchandise Presentation                       ART M13 History of Art: Modern through        GNST 2780 MAJOR ART MOVEMENTS*
                                                         Contemporary
MRCH 2820 Merchandise Allocation                         ECON M02 Principles of Macroeconomics         GNST 2870 MACROECONOMICS**
MRCH 2980 Contemporary Business Strategies               BUS M40 International Business                MMKT 2640 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS*
                                                         BUS M37 Marketing                             MMKT 2880 MARKETING ESSENTIALS*
Students who transfer to FIDM from
State Schools prior to matriculating
from that institution:

•Lost in the system.
•Questioning their aptitude.
•Longing for a different environment.
•Unfocused – needs attention to
which resources are not available.
•Doesn’t think they can survive in a
“real college”.
•Has unique major preferences
based in design, merchandising,
entertainment.
•Need to concentrate on specific
transferable courses (general studies
and major preparation where
available) rather than focusing on
degree completion at current
college.
•May have already been advised on
which courses to take prior to
transfer by admissions advisor.
Professional Designation Student:
• Previously earned a degree from a
regionally accredited institution.
•Excluded from having to take general
studies curriculum.
•Length and cost of program reduced
significantly.
•Programs:
     •Apparel Manufacturing Management
     •Beauty Industry Merchandising &
     Marketing
     •Digital Media
     •Fashion Design
     •Fashion Knitwear Design
     •Graphic Design
     •Interior Design
     •Jewelry Design
     •Merchandise Marketing
     •Merchandise Product Development
     •Textile Design
     •Visual Communications
           Merchandise Marketing                                        Merchandise Marketing
             Associate of Arts                                          Professional Designation
BUAD 1100 Selling Techniques                             3                  Associate of Arts
BUAD 2000 Organizational Behavior & Management           3
BUAD 2100 Management                                     3    BUAD 2000 Organizational Behavior & Management           3
BUAD 2850 Entrepreneurship                               3    BUAD2850 Entrepreneurship                                3
GNST 1040 English Composition                            3    GNST 1440 Textile Science                                3
GNST 1170 History of Costume                             3    MMKT 2180 Promotion in Merchandising Environment         3
GNST 1180 Technology for Business Applications           3    MMKT 2580 Brand Imaging                                  3
GNST 1230 Color & Design Theory                          3    MMKT 2640 International Business                         3
GNST 1440 Textile Science                                3    MMKT 2700 Applied Management (or)                        3
GNST 1450 College Mathematics                            3    MRCH 2700 Applied Buying                                 3
GNST 1600 Effective Speaking                             3    MRCH 1550 The Retail Environment                         3
GNST 1650 Critical Thinking                              3    MRCH 1700 Merchandise Math                               3
GNST 2960 American Political & Economic History          3    MRCH 1750 Merchandise Strategies                         3
GNST 2980 Professional Practices                         3    MRCH 1900 Merchandise Trend Analysis                     3
MMKT 2180 Promotion in Merchandising Environment         3    MRCH 2100 Merchandise Planning & Control                 3
MMKT 2320 Consumer Behavior                              3    MRCH 2150 Technology for Merchandise Planning & Cntrl.   3
MMKT 2580 Brand Imaging                                  3    MRCH 2820 Merchandise Allocation                         3
MMKT 2640 International Business                         3    MRCH 2980 Contemporary Business Strategies               3
MMKT 2700 Applied Management                             3                                                             45
MMKT 2880 Marketing Essentials                           3
MRCH 1550 The Retail Environment                         3
MRCH 1700 Merchandise Math                               3
MRCH 1750 Merchandise Strategies                         3
MRCH 1900 Merchandise Trend Analysis                     3
MRCH 2100 Merchandise Planning & Control                 3
MRCH 2150 Technology for Merchandise Planning & Cntrl.   3
MRCH 2520 Site Management & Operations (or)              3
MRCH 2700 Applied Buying                                 3
MRCH 2550 Merchandise Presentation                       3
MRCH 2820 Merchandise Allocation                         3
MRCH 2980 Contemporary Business Strategies               3
                                                         90
General Education Breadth Requirements for a Degree from the California State Universities (CSU)

A. English Language Communication and Critical Thinking (9 semester units 12-15 quarter units)
1.Oral Communication: GNST 1600 Effective Speaking (FIDM = 3 quarter/2 semester units)
2.Written Communication: GNST 1040 English Composition (FIDM = 3 quarter/2 semester units)
3.Critical Thinking: GNST 1650 Critical Thinking (FIDM = 3 quarter/2 semester units)

                You need one more Area A course to compensate for unit deficiencies.

B. Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (9-12 semester units 12-15 quarter units)
Select one course from 1,2 and 4. At least one of the science courses must have a lab—see underlined
courses.
1.Physical Universe: Astronomy, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Oceanography, Physical Science and/or
Physics
2.Life Forms: Anatomy, Physiology, Anthropology, Biology, Microbiology
3.Laboratory Activity: This requirement may be met by completion of any lab course listed above.
4.Mathematics: (grade of C or better is required): Find out the requirement of the Cal State you wish to
attend: it may either be College Algebra, Statistics, or Calculus.

   You need all three courses in this block because you did not take any sciences at FIDM (not offered)
 and the College Mathematics courses you took at FIDM will not satisfy UC or CSU Math requirements
                          because it lacks an intermediate algebra prerequisite.
C. Arts and Humanities (9 semester units 12-15 quarter units. Select at least one course from each:
1.Arts: FIDM courses GNST 1230 Color Theory (FIDM = 3 quarter/2 semester units), GNST 1170 History
of Costume (FIDM),
2.Humanities:
             You need two more AREA C courses, at least one of them has to be a C2 course
D. Social Sciences (9 units) Select at least one course from three different areas:
1. Anthropology and Archeology
2. Economics: MMKT 2640 International Business
3. Ethnic Studies
4. Gender Studies
5. Geography
6. History: GNST 2960 American Political Economic History (FIDM)
7. Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science:
8. Political Science, Government, and Legal Institutions
9. Psychology:
10. Sociology and Criminology

                          You need to take a D2 Economics, and a D8/US2 Political Science

E. Understanding and Self-Development (3 units) You need one course in this area

Transferable General Education Courses taken at FIDM (GE Certified courses transferable to any CSU )
GNST 1170, 1180, 1040, 1650, 1600, 2960, 1440 = 14 semester units

Transferable Course Specific to your FIDM major (transferable to CSULB or CSULA as elective credits)
BUAD 1100, 2100, 2000, 2850 MMKT 2320, 2580, 2700, 2180 MRCH 1550, 1750, 1900, 2150, 2700, 2550
                                                                                      =28 semester units

Total transferable units (to CSULB/SFSU specifically) already taken at FIDM =         42 semester units
Courses needed to complete LD GE requirements: =                                      28 semester units
(A, B1,B2, B4,C, C2,D2, D8, E)       - minimum of 6

Total transferable units to (CSU Northridge) =                                        54 semester units
(A, B1,B2, B4,C, C2,D2, D8, E)        - minimum of 2                                  28 semester units
FIDM Alumni preparing for UC/CSU Transfer
• Possesses a through understanding of
IGETC or Academic Breadth Requirements.
•Knows what units already taken will
transfer to a four-year California state
school.
•Aware of what areas of academic breadth
needs to be compensated for and how to
review the community colleges IGETC and
Academic Breadth Lists.
•Aware of what major preparation is offered
by the community college and what is
required for upper-division transfer.
•Aware of applicable application period.
•Aware of when lower-division courses need
to be completed to be eligible for upper-
division transfer (will only be spending a
limited time at the community college since
they are focusing on specific courses and
must have them done by a specific time
period).

				
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