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Catalog Addendum

Catalog Addendum

Addendum to the 2010-2012 Catalog

Published: June 25, 2010 Effective: June 25, 2010

Table of Contents

I.

Tuition and Fees

II.

Degree Updates

III.

Course Descriptions

IV.

Faculty and Administration

V.

Student Residence Rates

VI.

Statement of Intended Use for Catalog Addendum

VII.

Errata

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I. The following information is an addition to the information found on page 29 of the

catalog:

Tuition and Fees

An application fee of $50.00 is to be submitted with the Application for Admission. An enrollment fee of $100.00 is due within ten (10) days after you have signed the Enrollment Agreement. Students applying online must submit the application fee and enrollment fee simultaneously. Tuition and fees for a new student are due on or before the student’s first day of class if not incorporated in a financial plan. Continuing students must make arrangements for the payment of tuition and fees prior to the student’s first day of class.

Tuition and fees for the 2010 through 2011 academic year are listed on the Enrollment Agreement and on the following page. Books are included in the tuition cost. Please inquire at the bookstore for details on bookstore policy and procedure guidelines. The student is responsible for tuition and fees pertaining to the program’s required course of study. The tuition and fees contained in the Enrollment Agreement and this Addendum are subject to change. The per credit hour rate is subject to an increase at least once per calendar year which will increase the total amount for the program. The adjustment to per credit hour rate may occur before the student begins classes and the student’s program will be calculated using the new rate. Any changes to tuition and fees will be published to students.

Students are responsible for payment of tuition and fees according to the schedule listed on the enrollment agreement. Tuition and fees are charged quarterly. The student is never obligated for any charges beyond the quarter in which the student is attending. Tuition and fees may increase annually.

The tuition fees listed do not include the cost of remedial courses that may be required of some students. The Catalog section entitled “Remedial Requirements” describes the criteria required of entering students. If a student’s overall entrance evaluations, including scores on placement tests, indicate the need for reading, writing, and/or mathematics remediation, the student will enroll in the courses prior to the credit bearing writing and mathematics courses. Students not meeting the placement requirements will be required to enroll in one or more of the following noncredit remediation courses:

GE021 Transitional Writing for College Students GE022 Transitional Reading for College Students GE023 Transitional Mathematics for College Students

Remediation courses do not apply toward meeting the program’s degree requirements. They do, however, count towards the student’s incremental completion rate and the maximum timeframe.

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Tuition and Fees (continued)

Students Starting / Re-entering After July 1, 2010

 

One-

Total

 

Cost

Program

Tuition

Time

Total

Tuition

Per

Length/

Per

Activity

Application

Enrollment

Quarterly

Supply

To

and

Program

Degree

Quarters

Credit

Credits

Quarter

Fee

Fee

Fee

Lab Fee

Kit

Enter

Fees

Graphic Design

AAS

7

$530

108

$8,177

$35

$50

$100

$50

$1,680

$10,092

$59,455

Fashion Design

AAS

7

$530

108

$8,177

$35

$50

$100

$25

$1,150

$9,537

$58,750

Digital

Filmmaking

AAS

7

$530

108

$8,177

$35

$50

$100

$25

$820

$9,207

$58,420

Interior Design

AOS

7

$530

105

$7,950

$35

$50

$100

$0

$990

$9,125

$56,825

Web Design & Interactive Media

AOS

7

$530

105

$7,950

$35

$50

$100

$25

$600

$8,760

$56,610

Note: 15 to 18 credits per quarter are assumed to calculate Tuition Per Quarter

 

Returned Checks are subject to a service charge of $15.00.

 

Students Starting / Re-entering After October 1, 2010

 
 

One

Total

 

Cost

Program

Tuition

Time

Total

Tuition

Per

Length/

Per

Activity

Application

Enrollment

Quarterly

Supply

To

and

Program

Degree

Quarters

Credit

Credits

Quarter

Fee

Fee

Fee

Lab Fee

Kit

Enter

Fees

Graphic Design

AAS

7

$546

108

$8,422

$35

$50

$100

$50

$1,680

$10,337

$61,172

Fashion Design

AAS

7

$546

108

$8,422

$35

$50

$100

$25

$1,150

$9,782

$60,467

Digital

Filmmaking

AAS

7

$546

108

$8,422

$35

$50

$100

$25

$820

$9,452

$60,137

Interior Design

AOS

7

$546

105

$8,189

$35

$50

$100

$0

$990

$9,364

$58,495

Web Design & Interactive Media

AOS

7

$546

105

$8,189

$35

$50

$100

$25

$600

$8,999

$58,280

Note: 15 to 18 credits per quarter are assumed to calculate Tuition Per Quarter

Returned Checks are subject to a service charge of $15.00.

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TABLE LEGEND

 

TABLE LEGEND

DEGREE

AOS, Associate of Occupational Studies AAS, Associate of Applied Science

COST PER CREDIT

Current cost per credit including books, but not including any future credit hour tuition increases

PROGRAM LENGTH

Assumes 15 (to 18) credit hours per quarter for full time programs

TUITION PER QTR

Tuition and fees effective, but not including future credit hour per term (15 to 18 assumed) tuition increases, fee changes, or program length charges

ACTIVITY FEE

One-time fee to cover the cost of student activities throughout the course of enrollment

APPLICATION FEE

Refundable only within six days of payment. If not refunded and prospective student does not enroll within six days, the fee is valid for up to one year

ENROLLMENT FEE

One-time and non-refundable unless conditions of the Admissions Deadline Agreement are met and the student withdraws under specific conditions defined in the agreement.

QUARTERLY LAB FEE

Quarterly charge for additional printing, technology program requirements, and general lab use.

EST. PRICE, STARTER KIT

The supply kit consists of the basic equipment and materials needed for commencement of each program. A starting kit component list is provided to each enrolled student. Kit prices are calculated to include current tax rate at the time of this printing and are subject to change. Additional equipment by program are as follows:

{Fashion Design, Interior Design, $200 per month} {Digital Filmmaking, Graphic Design, Web Design & Interactive Media, $150 per month}

TOTAL TO ENTER

Sum of all first quarter tuition, fees, and kits, excluding housing costs.

TOTAL TUITION AND FEES

Tuition and fees are charged, per credit, by the charge period only. The student is not obligated for charges beyond the charge period the student is attending. Zero to three courses may be required based on placement scores, SAT scores, or previous college credit. Housing costs excluded. Does not include college preparatory classes if required, priced at $1590 per course.

Tuition and Fees (continued)

APPLICATION PROCESS

An application fee of $50.00 is to be submitted with the Application for Admission, and an enrollment fee of $100.00 is due within ten (10) days after signing the Enrollment Agreement. Students applying online must submit the application fee and enrollment fee simultaneously. Fees are non-fundable except as noted above and in the refund policy section of the Enrollment Agreement . In order to qualify for admission to an academic program, applicants must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent (G.E.D., i.e. General Educational Development certificate.) To apply for admission, prospective students must have a personal interview with an admissions representative and complete a writing assessment.

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II. The following information is an addition to the information found on page 7 of the catalog:

Degree Updates:

Associate of Occupational Studies in Graphic Design

This program is designed to focus on graphic design at the service of commerce that reflects the approaches, methodologies, and evolving technologies of print and Web design, while preparing students for productive contributions to the graphic design industries of New York City. As students move through the curriculum, they are exposed to a strong foundation in two-dimensional design and then have the opportunity to focus on typographic design graphic and graphic identity strategies while they gain familiarity with professional software and develop design research and method. Students then concentrate on assembling and editing a portfolio, and have the opportunity to gain direct experience in professional practice through their internship.

Students graduating from this program are prepared to work in entry-level positions as production artists, designers, assistant art directors, production coordinators and digital artists at design studios, publishing houses, in-house corporate design departments, and in design studios for printers.

Program Objectives include:

Develop foundation skills that emphasize fundamental approaches to the formal concerns of the designer

Become versed in the history, methodology, and practice of graphic design

Explore and critically assess the use of color, form, shape, texture, typography, photography, and illustration as visual problem-solving tools

Practice and develop through hands-on exercises, in-class lecture, and field trips the digital skills in use in the industry today

Assemble, edit, and assess a portfolio of work that indicates a personal vision, professional competencies in defining and addressing contemporary design issues, and which reflects contemporary strategies and methodologies in print design

Develop a sense of professional practice, service, learning, internship, and portfolio preparation through classes that help the student internalize professional standards and prepare for the transition to the world of work

This program is no longer enrolling students. This information is included for current students only.

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Graphic Design (continued)

Core Requirements:

   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GD101

Drawing and Perspective

44

3

GD102

Fundamentals of Design

44

3

GD103

Survey of Media and Design

44

3

GD111

Life Drawing

44

3

GD112

Typography

44

3

GD113

Color Theory

44

3

GD121

Image Manipulation

44

3

GD122

Illustration

44

3

GD123

Design Layout

44

3

GD124

Art History

44

3

GD125

Art and Design Concepts

44

3

GD201

Electronic Design

44

3

GD202

Digital Illustration

44

3

GD203

Design History

44

3

GD204

3-D Design

44

3

GD211

Media Design

44

3

GD212

Electronic Production

44

3

GD214

Advanced Typography

44

3

GD220

Marketing Design

44

3

GD231

Design Production Team

44

3

GD232

Professional Practice

44

3

RS200

Portfolio Preparation

44

3

RS211

Portfolio

44

3

Related Studies and Electives:

   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

MM137

Fundamentals of Authoring

44

3

MM205

Web Scripting

44

3

MM222

Advanced Web Scripting

44

3

VP222

Broadcast Graphics

44

3

CD202

Career Development

44

3

INT201

Internship

99

3

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Graphic Design (continued)

General Education:

   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GE011

Basic Writing for College Students

44

0

GE012

Basic Reading for College Students

44

0

GE013

Basic Math for College Students

44

0

FS100

Freshman Studies

44

0

GE101

English I

44

3

GE102

English II

44

3

GE103

Introduction to Psychology

44

3

GE106

Sociology

44

3

GE121

Quantitative Literacy

44

3

GE122

Effective Speaking

44

3

GE151

Computer Applications

44

3

GE160

Environmental Science

44

3

GE161

Ethics

44

3

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Fashion Design

The Fashion Design program at The Art Institute of New York City is designed to emphasize innovation and creativity in fashion while providing students with the professional skills and technical knowledge necessary for entry into the fashion industry. Fashion Design students are instructed in basic to advanced skills in sewing, flat-pattern drafting, and draping.

Students graduating from this program are prepared to work in entry-level positions as assistant to the designer, production assistant, private label assistant designer, assistant stylist, assistant grader, or coordinator.

Program Objectives include:

Have a comprehensive understanding of the industry and its careers

Have the ability to implement designs from ideas to final execution

Develop technical proficiency in patternmaking, sewing, draping, and design using traditional and computer methods

Utilize research resources and institutions including the Internet, the library, museums, and professional associations

Recognize the regulations and laws that apply to the textile and apparel industry

This program is no longer enrolling students. This information is included for current students only.

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Fashion Design (continued)

Core Requirements:

   

TOTAL

 

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

TOTAL CREDIT

HOURS

FD100

Clothing Construction

44

 

3

FD101

Fashion History I

44

 

3

FD102

Patternmaking Design I

44

 

3

FD103

Industrial Equipment Application

44

 

3

FD104

Fashion History II

44

 

3

FD113

Color Theory

44

 

3

FD200

Patternmaking Design II

44

 

3

FD201

Fashion Design Sketching I

44

 

3

FD202

Computer Patternmaking I

44

 

3

FD203

Textiles and Fabrics

44

 

3

FD250

Draping

44

 

3

FD251

Fashion Design Sketching II

44

 

3

FD252

Computer Patternmaking II

44

 

3

FD260

Introduction to Manufacturing

44

 

3

FD261

Patternmaking Design III

44

 

3

FD262

Specialty Design

44

 

3

FD263

Fashion Show Production

44

 

3

FD270

Apparel Engineering

44

 

3

FD273

Design Presentation

44

 

3

FD274

Patternmaking Design IV

44

 

3

FD275

Fashion Design Portfolio

44

 

3

FD300

Collection Development

44

 

3

Related Studies and Electives:

 
   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GD124

Art History

44

3

GD203

Design History

44

3

RS110

Business Law

44

3

CD202

Career Development

44

3

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Fashion Design (continued)

General Education:

   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GE011

Basic Writing for College Students

44

0

GE012

Basic Reading for College Students

44

0

GE013

Basic Math for College Students

44

0

FS100

Freshman Studies

44

0

GE101

English I

44

3

GE102

English II

44

3

GE103

Introduction to Psychology

44

3

GE106

Sociology

44

3

GE121

Quantitative Literacy

44

3

GE122

Effective Speaking

44

3

GE151

Computer Applications

44

3

GE160

Environmental Science

44

3

GE161

Ethics

44

3

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Video Production

The wide appeal of digital filmmaking has created an increased need for people skilled in all aspects of Video Production. Employment opportunities exist in the diverse entertainment industries, in corporate video, in broadcast television, in the new fields of Web-delivered content and interactive streaming media, and in the more traditional field of narrative filmmaking.

The Associate of Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) Video Production program offers a learner-centered, market-driven curriculum that is designed to encourage students to develop their individual talents and to achieve success in a collaborative environment. Graduates are prepared to seek entry-level employment opportunities in the areas of film and television preproduction, production, and postproduction. This includes jobs in video camera operation, lighting, editing, sound recording and design, motion graphics, directing, screenwriting, producing, and other related positions in these industries.

Program Objectives include:

Develop competency in use of the multiple technologies of visual storytelling as an imaginative tool for mass communications, including video and audio recording and editing, production design and motion graphics, basic producing and scheduling skills, and directing

Create short films, commercials, music videos, and television productions; assemble these projects into a professional quality demo reel, and leave-behind package

Develop a sense of professional practice, service, learning, and portfolio preparation through classes and an internship, that help the student internalize professional standards and prepare for the transition to the world of work

Practice and develop through hands-on exercises, in-class lectures, and field trips the skills used in the film industry today

This program is no longer enrolling students. This information is included for current students only.

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Video Production (continued)

Core Requirements:

   

TOTAL

 

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

TOTAL CREDIT

HOURS

MM134

Introduction to Video

44

 

3

MM135

Introduction to Audio

44

 

3

MM136

Video Editing

44

 

3

VP102

Film and Narrative Theory

44

 

3

VP111

Videography

44

 

3

VP113

Introduction to Lighting

44

 

3

VP114

Audio for Video

44

 

3

VP121

EFP/ENG

44

 

3

VP122

Scriptwriting

44

 

3

VP124

Directing the Actor

44

 

3

VP201

Introduction to TV Production

44

 

3

VP202

Video Post Production

44

 

3

VP203

Applied Lighting Techniques

44

 

3

VP205

Short Film Production

44

 

3

VP206

Short Film Direction

44

 

3

VP211

Advanced EFP

44

 

3

VP212

Nonlinear Editing

44

 

3

VP213

Digital Audio/Video

44

 

3

VP221

Broadcast Studio Production

44

 

3

VP222

Broadcast Graphics

44

 

3

VP223

Video for Interactive Media

44

 

3

VP226

Professional Production Team

44

 

3

Related Studies and Electives:

 
   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GD121

Image Manipulation

44

3

RS211

Portfolio

44

3

INT201

Internship

99

3

CD202

Career Development

44

3

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Associate of Occupational Studies in Video Production (continued)

General Education:

   

TOTAL

TOTAL

COURSE

NUMBER

COURSE NAME

CONTACT

HOURS

CREDIT

HOURS

GE011

Basic Writing for College Students

44

0

GE012

Basic Reading for College Students

44

0

GE013

Basic Math for College Students

44

0

FS100

Freshman Studies

44

0

GE101

English I

44

3

GE102

English II

44

3

GE103

Introduction to Psychology

44

3

GE106

Sociology

44

3

GE121

Quantitative Literacy

44

3

GE122

Effective Speaking

44

3

GE151

Computer Applications

44

3

GE160

Environmental Science

44

3

GE161

Ethics

44

3

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III. The following information is an addition to the information found on pages 18-28 of the

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Course Descriptions:

Graphic Design

GD101

Drawing and Perspective Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

In this fundamental drawing course, students explore various art and media, learn to use a variety of drawing tools, draw 3-D objects in one-, two-, and three-point perspective, and generate drawings that demonstrate correct proportions of models.

GD102

Fundamentals of Design Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course involves a presentation of the basic elements and principles of graphic design. Students develop the ability to lay out and organize design elements for a variety of visual effects.

GD103

Survey of Media and Design Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course presents a survey of the computer animation, graphic design and multimedia industries. Specifically, it focuses on entry level jobs and responsibilities, career paths, characteristics and necessary skills for success, regional differences in employment, types of projects and products, and an introduction of the path from concept to product in each of the industries.

GD111

Life Drawing Prerequisite: GD101

22-22-3

Continuing to develop the various drawing skills introduced in the first drawing course, students will focus on depicting gesture and motion, capturing the essences of movement and form in space, and creating compositions based on the four basic lighting situations.

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Graphic Design (continued)

GD112

Typography Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course introduces lettering skills and the history and foundation of letter forms. Also studied are the placement of display and text type in a formatted space, and the relationships between the appearance and readability of letter forms. Students will work in a traditional context of hand rendering type and also be introduced to contemporary typesetting technology.

GD113

Color Theory Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

In this course, students will explore color theory, including additive and subtractive color. Discussion of color and its relationship to composition through harmony and contract in a variety of formats and media are also stressed.

GD121

Image Manipulation Prerequisite: GE151

22-22-3

In this course students develop basic image manipulation skills in a raster-based computer environment. Emphasis is on mastering the fundamentals of scanning, color management, photo retouching, imaging, special effects, and filters and masks.

GD122

Illustration Prerequisites: GD101 and GD111

22-22-3

This course introduces the philosophy behind the illustration. It also highlights the uses of illustration in the graphic design industry. Assignments will focus on black and white and color techniques, using contrast, values, composition, and function.

GD123

Design Layout Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course will enable the student to better design with type and visuals and utilize technology in problem solving. Emphasis will be placed on the process of design development from roughs to comprehensives, layout and marker techniques, and the grid system for multi-component layouts. The course will provide a foundation of skills that will be developed further in electronic design.

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Graphic Design (continued)

GD124

Art History Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

Students will examine the historical development of painting, sculpture, and architecture, and compare the visual arts from different time periods and cultures. The chronological progression of techniques and the evolving styles of artistic expression are covered as well. Beginning with the art of ancient cultures through early Western art to the Italian Renaissance and from the High Renaissance.

GD125

Art and Design Concepts Prerequisite: GD123

22-22-3

This course describes and practices the process involved in the creation of an effective brand identity. Research techniques, vocabulary, branding strategy, and visual design acumen will illuminate our best- desired response. Branding includes many key players, of which a graphic designer is one, thus teamwork will be encouraged.

GD201

Electronic Design Prerequisites: GE151, GD112, and GD123

22-22-3

This course explores various means of indicating, placing, and manipulating visual elements in page design, systematically developing strong and creative layout solutions by means of a cumulative, conceptual design process. The ability to effectively integrate photographs, illustrations, and display and text type will be developed using page composition software.

GD202

Digital Illustration Prerequisites: GE151, GD102, GD111, GD121, and GD122

22-22-3

This course helps students communicate and design utilizing the computer as a professional tool. Using different software applications, the student will demonstrate an understanding electronic illustration. The course will explore vector-based graphic applications that are considered to be industry standard.

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Graphic Design (continued)

GD203

Design History Prerequisites: GD103, GD123, and GD124

22-22-3

This course will examine the influences of social trends, historical events, technological developments, and the fine arts on contemporary graphic design, illustration, typographic design, architectural design, photography and fashionable trends in general. Through lectures, supplied visual examples, independent research, and design assessments, the student will gain insight into a variety of major design influences. The student will learn how to research and utilize a wide variety of design styles.

GD204

3-D Design Prerequisites: GD112, GD123, and GD125

22-22-3

In this course, design principles will be applied to the development of 3-D product graphics. This course will explore materials, processes, and industry guidelines for surface treatments, such as products, packages, and exhibits.

GD211

Media Design Prerequisite: GD102

22-22-3

In this course, students examine the structures and communications skills used by various members of a creative team. The processes of concept development, media application, and design creation are emphasized. The variety of media used by graphic designers and their suppliers are also examined.

GD212

Electronic Production Prerequisites: GE151, GD112, and GD201

22-22-3

This course introduces students to the electronic preparation of simple and complex designs. Typesetting, pagination, image reproduction, color specification, trapping procedures, and binding and finishing techniques will be explored.

GD214

Advanced Typography Prerequisite: GD112

22-22-3

This course explores printed communication and the use of typography as an exclusive element of design. The development of marketable, original, and creative problem solving solutions will also be examined, with an emphasis on professional presentation techniques.

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Graphic Design (continued)

GD220

Marketing Design Prerequisites: GD211

22-22-3

This course is a review of popular culture as it relates to social, informational, economic, political and educational current events. A special emphasis will be placed on trends and pop topics as they relate to advertising. Current media, including literature, books, television, movies, telecommunications media, online communications, marketing trends, and strategies are reviewed.

GD231

Design Production Team Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This is a special projects course in which students utilize their knowledge of design, typography, production techniques, video, and audio to execute a team project. Students also apply communication, teamwork, and organizational skills. They work cooperatively to achieve a common goal, similar to industry experience.

GD232

Professional Practice Prerequisites: GD213, GD220, and RS211

22-22-3

This course introduces students to business functions, operations, and structures, and explores the role of graphic design in business. Finance, business ethics, labor management relations, organizational behavior, and marketing are among the topics covered, as are guidelines and expectations for professional behavior.

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Fashion Design

FD100

Clothing Construction 1 Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

Students learn basic and advanced sewing techniques as applied to apparel construction. The construction process and assembling procedures are also studied.

FD101

Fashion History I Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

In this course, students study the development of clothing from the earliest forms to the Renaissance and silhouettes reflected from the period through the eyes of the designer.

FD102

Patternmaking Design I Prerequisite: FD100

22-22-3

This class teaches the basic techniques and skills of flat-pattern drafting using commercial dress forms and specification. Coursework includes the development of a full set of basic slopers by drafting patterns, filling muslins, and making corrections and adjustments.

FD103

Industrial Equipment Application Prerequisite: FD100

22-22-3

This course is an in-depth study of industrial equipment, attachments, methods, and techniques for quality workmanship and mass production development. A collection of garments is developed to utilize these procedures.

FD104

Fashion History II Prerequisite: FD101

22-22-3

This is an in-depth continuation of FD101, Fashion History I, from the Renaissance to modern times.

FD111

Introduction to Fashion Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This is an overview of the fashion industry, including the design, production, and marketing of women’s, men’s, and children’s fashions from the development of fibers and fabrics to the strategies of fashion merchandisers and retailers.

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Fashion Design (continued)

FD113

Color Theory Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course addresses color in theoretical terms and practical applications. Students will gain a working knowledge of historical and contemporary ideas about color and learn to apply the science and art of color to their individual fields of interest and personal designs.

FD200

Patternmaking Design II Prerequisite: FD250

22-22-3

This course instructs flat-pattern techniques in accordance with garment trade practices. Using a basic sloper, the students learn dart manipulation, bodice styling, and skirt, collar, and sleeve variations.

FD201

Fashion Design Sketching I Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

Students will learn the basic principles and elements of fashion design with a focus on line, color, form, space, and texture. Basic body types and sketching techniques are emphasized.

FD202

Computer Patternmaking I Prerequisites: FD250

22-22-3

Students learn the basic techniques and development of patterns via the computer system, digitizer, and automatic grading. Sketches, modifications, and design patterns are featured.

FD203

Textiles and Fabrics Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

In this course, student will find a comprehensive study of textiles with an emphasis on fiber classifications, yarns, fabric construction, finishes, and color applications. The use and care of textiles is studied to facilitate understanding of the fiber-to-product cycle.

FD250

Draping Prerequisite: FD102, FD103

22-22-3

Students will learn the methods of transforming a two-dimensional surface (i.e., fabric) into a three- dimensional form (i.e., garment) for the purpose of creating a flat pattern.

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Fashion Design (continued)

FD251

Fashion Design Sketching II Prerequisite: FD201

22-22-3

Students learn the rendering of fashion layouts in relation to the human figure. All areas of apparel design are presented in detailed croquis and illustrations exploring various media.

FD252

Computer Patternmaking II Prerequisite: FD202

22-22-3

In this course, students will integrate advanced techniques and systems for specific designs, patternmaking, and markers.

FD260

Introduction to Manufacturing Prerequisite: FD103

22-22-3

This course offers an overview of the fashion industry, including the fashion terminology and an explanation of the three levels of the industry: design, production, and sales. Careers, organization structure, and industry concerns are studied.

FD261

Patternmaking Design III Prerequisite: FD200

22-22-3

Students in this course will cover the development of the basic sloper on a more advanced level with an emphasis on special garment detailing to creativity and practical application. Students will generate an original sportswear design.

FD262

Specialty Design Prerequisite: FD251

22-22-3

Students will explore specialty markets from concept to garment production. Areas included in the course are swimwear, children’s wear, and specialty sizes.

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Fashion Design (continued)

FD263

Fashion Show Production Prerequisite: None

22-22-3

In this course, students will be introduced to the range of skills needed to produce a successful fashion show. The student will gain an insight into the role of creative and technical experts involved with the runway, backdrop, special effects, lighting, music, models and choreography, hair, makeup, and video teams. Outside leading designers and professional fashion show producers will be invited to lend their expertise to the program.

FD270

Apparel Engineering Prerequisite: FD275

22-22-3

Students will learn the mechanics of pattern grading and marking as used in apparel manufacturing. An analysis of size categories, production terms, and grading advanced designs is studied.

FD273

Design Presentation Prerequisite: FD270 Co-requisite: FD300

22-22-3

This is a culmination course emphasizing professional presentation skills needed to visually market the designer’s portfolio.

FD274

Patternmaking Design IV Prerequisite: FD261

22-22-3

Students follow the design process from original concept to finished garment with attention to current trade practice. Advanced professional designing through the creation of a collection is also included.

FD275

Fashion Design Portfolio Prerequisite: FD262

22-22-3

This course will prepare students for job interviews by helping them compile a portfolio. Students will demonstrate their conceptual and design skills, artisanship, and other talents as they assemble and refine their portfolio pieces. Working with an instructor, each student will select representative pieces showcasing work that reflects their unique style. Particular emphasis is placed on identifying short- and long-term professional employment goals, as well as related strategies and resources.

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Fashion Design (continued)

FD300

Collection Development Prerequisite: FD274 Co-requisite: FD273

22-22-3

Students develop a collection in their specialized area of apparel.

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Video Production

MM134

Introduction to Video Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course introduces students to video production technical terms and equipment and techniques.

MM135

Introduction to Audio Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

In this introductory study of the principles and practices of recording sounds, students examine the tools and techniques used in multi-track recording and mixing. They will learn the basics of critical listening, microphone technique, console and tape machine operation, signal flow, signal processing, patching, and general studio operations.

MM136

Video Editing Prerequisite: MM134

22-22-3

In this course, students gain knowledge of video post-production terms and techniques. They will also demonstrate a working knowledge of basic post-production equipment and editing concepts. At the end of the course, students will complete a short, edited production.

VP102

Video and Narrative Theory Prerequisite: none

22-22-3

This course introduces the student to the structural principles of film and television. This art form/communication medium will be explored from a variety of perspectives, such as cultural, ideological, and aesthetic considerations.

VP111

Videography Prerequisite: MM134

22-22-3

This course deepens the student’s knowledge of the video camera as a technical and creative tool for communication. Students will utilize the basic principles of cinematography, apply key concepts of visual storytelling, and explore the development of mise en scène for film productions.

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Video Production (continued)

VP113

Introduction to Lighting Prerequisite: MM134

22-22-3

In this introductory lighting class, the student explores basic lighting concepts and terminology. The student will identify and show proficiencies on various types of lighting instruments and under a variety of shooting conditions.

VP114

Audio for Video Prerequisite: MM135

22-22-3

In this course, students apply their audio skills to create and capture audio for video. The class focuses on the three elements of sound: voiceover, music, and sound effects, and their impact on the visual image. Through industry-standard location and studio recording techniques, students are responsible for acquiring, editing, enhancing, processing, mixing, and synchronizing sound for production and post-production sound.

VP121

EFP/ENG Prerequisites: VP111, VP114

22-22-3

Students are immersed in the process of professional video field production, in two styles: Electronic Field Production (EFP) and Electronic News Gathering (ENG). EFP students will shoot with a single camera on location for documentaries, promotional projects, or commercials. ENG students will shoot topical events and edit them as a local news segment or as a magazine-format show.

VP122

Scriptwriting Prerequisite: GE102

22-22-3

This course will focus on the planning, storyboarding, and scripting of television and video productions. Narrative screenwriting techniques will also be taught. Scripts will be developed with an emphasis on characterization, plot, theme, target audience, and industry-standard script formatting.

VP123

Video Engineering Prerequisites: MM134, MM135

22-22-3

This course examines the field and studio systems for audio and video. Basic signal path and flow will be covered with emphasis on identifying symptoms and troubleshooting problems. New communications technologies will be discussed.

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Video Production (continued)

VP124

Directing the Actor Prerequisites: VP111, VP201, VP202

22-22-3

This course examines the role of the actor in television, film, video, and related media industries. Emphasis is on the preparatory work and the collaborative experience between directors and actors.

VP201

Introduction to Television Production Prerequisite: MM134

22-22-3

Students in this course use previously learned production skills and apply them in the controlled environment of the television studio. The class focuses on the theoretical as well as the technical aspects of news or magazine-format television production.

VP202

Video Post-Production Prerequisites: MM134, MM136

22-22-3

Aesthetic and technical concerns of the video artist are practiced through the completion of multiple editing projects.

VP203

Applied Lighting Techniques Prerequisites: VP113, VP121

22-22-3

In this advanced lighting class, the student will apply advanced techniques and concepts as they relate to various lighting applications. Emphasis is placed on mastering the skills required to make appropriate lighting decisions under a variety of field and studio situations. There is also a focus on preproduction skills, as well as teamwork and problem solving on the set.

VP204

Producing and Directing Prerequisites: VP111, VP122

22-22-3

This course studies the roles of producer and director in all three phases of production. Each student will interact with the professional community and develop a project. The course’s directing exercises enable the student to achieve a greater appreciation and understanding of the director’s role.

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Video Production (continued)

VP205

Short Film Production Prerequisites: VP111, VP122, VP125 Co-requisite: VP206

22-22-3

Students work as a team to produce their short films. Emphasis is on the organizational aspects of pre- production, production design, and the practical and legal concerns of working filmmakers.

VP206

Short Film Direction Prerequisites: VP111, VP122, VP125 Co-requisite: VP205

22-22-3

In this course, the student will undertake the role of the director in all three phases of filmmaking: pre- production, production, and postproduction. Each student develops and shoots a short film project.

VP211

Advanced EFP Prerequisites: VP121, VP113, VP202

Co-requisite:VP222

22-22-3

This course explores client-based production from idea conception to final-edit master. Special emphasis is placed on professional conduct, as well as the application of high-end, professional techniques.

VP212

Nonlinear Editing Prerequisites: VP202, VP204, VP222

22-22-3

This course covers the process of nonlinear video editing. Using a computer and appropriate software, students apply the concepts of professional video editing in a digital environment.

VP213

Digital Audio/Video Prerequisite: VP212

22-22-3

This course emphasizes editing and mixing of audio for professional video projects. Topics include compression schemes, digital compression, and audio mixing software and principles. Students complete the sound design of their thesis project.

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Video Production (continued)

VP214

Business of Production Prerequisites: VP204, GE121

22-22-3

This course examines the business side of production in the TV, film, video, and related electronic media industries. Emphasis will be placed on legal issues (e.g., copyright law, permits, contracts), basic marketing, sales, and budgetary concerns.

VP221

Broadcast Studio Production Prerequisites: VP201, VP211

22-22-3

Students become responsible for every phase of a magazine-format show, culminating in Web distribution of their final product. Each student will assume a role on the production team in the pre-production, production, and postproduction phases of the show. Almost every aspect of the Video Production curriculum is incorporated into this course, as the students must draw on all of their previously learned skills to produce a successful studio show.

VP222

Broadcast Graphics Prerequisites: VP201, VP213

22-22-3

This course covers the role of the motion graphics artist in TV media productions. Students produce graphics specifically for their Advanced EFP projects using image manipulation and motion graphics software.

VP223

Video for Interactive Media Prerequisite: VP222

22-22-3

Students will learn how to select and integrate the appropriate video technology into an overall multimedia solution. Authoring DVDs of video projects, creating streaming video, and embedding video portfolios for Web distribution are the primary topics of this course.

VP226

Professional Production Team Prerequisites: VP203, VP204

22-22-3

Students work in a team to execute a broadcast-ready production, utilizing current communication technologies.

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Video Production (continued)

VP231

Advanced Nonlinear Editing Prerequisites: VP205, VP222

22-22-3

This course covers editing techniques for nonlinear editing such as layering of video, integration of graphics, multi-track audio mixing, equalization, special effects, and EDLs.

VP240

Advanced Film Studies Prerequisite: VP204

22-22-3

This course introduces the student to advanced use of film, video, and television as a form of visual communication and personal expression, to evoke emotions, and construct persuasive visions of reality.

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Related Studies and Electives

INT201

Internship Prerequisite: none

0-99-3

Through a field internship experience, students will be able to apply acquired subject matter and career/professional skills in a real and practical situation. The main objectives of the internship are to allow students the opportunity to observe and participate in the operation of successful businesses relating to their field of study. The students will gain experience needed to enter the field upon graduation. Note: Department Chair approval required

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IV. The following is an addition to the information found on page 42 of the catalog:

Key Management Team

Genevieve Okupniak Department Chair, Digital Filmmaking/Video Production

Department Chairs

Genevieve Okupniak Department Chair, Digital Filmmaking/Video Production

The following faculty list replaces the faculty listing found on pages 42-44 of the catalog:

Full-Time Faculty

Rolf Andersen Graphic Design M.P.S., Interactive Telecommunications, New York University, Tisch School B.F.A., Photography, State Technology Institute, Denmark

Gary Armstrong Graphic Design M.F.A., Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art B.F.A., Painting, University of Pennsylvania

Joan Aronson General Education D.Ed., Nutrition Education, Teachers College Columbia University M.S., Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, New York University B.S., Foods, Michigan State University

John Bandman General Education M.A., Food Studies and Food Management, New York University B.A., Liberal Studies, S.U.N.Y., College at Stony Brook A.O.S., Culinary Arts, The Culinary Institute of America

Bays, Mary Fashion Design B.F.A., S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology A.A.S., S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

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Warren Bradley Fashion Design B.A., Psychology, The New School A.A.S., Illustration, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

Lyn Caponera Fashion Design M.A., Visual Culture & Costume Studies New York University B.A., Art, Lone Mountain College A.A., Lasell Junior College

Toni D'Onofrio General Education M.A. ,Interdisciplinary Language and SC CWE, C.U.N.Y. B.A., Interdisciplinary Language and SC CWE, C.U.N.Y. A.O.S., Culinary Management, The New York Restaurant School

Enayati, Sanam Fashion Design M.F.A., School of Visual Arts (In Progress) M.F., Fashion Design, Istituto Marangoni, Milan, Italy, B.F.A., Visual Communications, The Illinois Institute of Art

Ira Epstein Interactive Media Design; Graphic Design; Video Production M.F.A., Painting, Boston University B.F.A., Media Arts, School of Visual Arts

Ian Fischer Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film & Television, Columbia University B.A., English, Tufts University

William Gates Interior Design M.Arch., Architecture, S.U.N.Y., University at Buffalo B.A., Philosophy, S.U.N.Y., University at Buffalo

John Gilmore General Education M.A., Media Studies, The New School (In Progress) M.P.P., Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley B.S., Political Science, University of Santa Clara

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David Goldberg General Education B.A., Interdisciplinary Language and SC CWE, C.U.N.Y., City College Diploma, Culinary Arts, The New York Restaurant School

Dan Golio Restaurant Management M.A., Business Policy and Studies, S.U.N.Y., Empire State College B.P.S., Business Management and Economics, S.U.N.Y., Empire State College Certificate, Hotel and Restaurant Management, New York Technical College

Belinda Gonzalez General Education B.A., Sociology, C.U.N.Y., Hunter College

Suzanne Graf Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film & Television, New York University

Andrew Hadel Graphic Design M.A., French, Middlebury College B.A., French, University of California at Los Angeles

Louis Hernandez General Education M.A., Interdisciplinary Language and SC CWE, C.U.N.Y., City College B.A., B.A., Interdisciplinary Language and SC CWE, C.U.N.Y., City College Certificate, Culinary Arts, The New York Restaurant School

Daniele Imperiale-Warner Graphic Design M.F.A., Illustration, School of Visual Arts B.F.A., Illustration, School of Visual Arts

Larisa Iosilevich Fashion Design M.A., Media Studies, The New School B.D., Fashion, Shenkar School of Engineering and Design, Israel

Tory Jones Interior Design M.F.A., Fine Arts, California Institute of the Arts B.F.A., Printmaking, San Francisco Art Institute

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Sam Kadko General Education B.A., History, C.U.N.Y., Brooklyn College A.O.S., The Culinary Institute of America

Kathryn Keller General Education M.A., Art, C.U.N.Y., The City College (In Progress) M.A., English, Minnesota State University B.A., English, University of Wisconsin at Madison

Killeaney, Richard Fashion Design M.F.A., Textiles, Rhode Island School of Design B.A., Art Studio, Hobart College

Violeta Kraja Graphic Design M.S., Digital Imaging and Design, New York University B.A., Film/Drama Arts, Academy of Art, Alabama

George Larkins Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Pratt Institute B.F.A., Photography, Art Center College of Design

Jeanne Levinson Fashion Design B.S., Textile Design and Fashion, New Bedford Institute of Technology, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

Steve Levitt General Education M.A., S.U.N.Y., Labor and Policy Studies, Empire State College (In Progress) B.A., Liberal Studies, Thomas A. Edison State College A.O.S., The Culinary Institute of America

Pedro Lima Interior Design National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) B.F.A., Brigham Young University

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Marcia Lloyd General Education Adult Career Planning and Development Certificate, New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies B.A., English, CUNY, Brooklyn College M.A., English Literature, C.U.N.Y., Hunter College

Lois Martin Fashion Design M.F.A., Art, C.U.N.Y., Brooklyn College M.A., Romance Languages, University of Michigan B.A., Pre-Industrial Crafts, University of Michigan

Miguel Martinez Graphic Design M.F.A., Painting, C.U.N.Y., Hunter College B.F.A., Painting, S.U.N.Y., Purchase

Patricia McCoy Fashion Design B.F.A., Fashion Design, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology A.S., Fashion Design, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

Sonja Mayer General Education M.A., English Literature, Mercy College B.A., Political Science, Brown University

Isobel G. Melgarejo Graphic Design M.F.A., Graphic Design, Cranbrook Academy of Art B.F.A., Graphic Design, University of Florida

John Miller General Education M.A., Education, St. Mary’s College B.A., English, University of Notre Dame

Anwar Montasir Graphic Design M.F.A., Fine Art, Vermont College B.F.A., Studio Art, University of Arizona

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Jason Moore Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film Production, University of California at Los Angeles B.F.A., Theater Arts, University of California at Los Angeles

Jennifer Moore Fashion Design M.A., Art History, C.U.N.Y., Hunter College M.S., Elementary Education, FordhamUniversity B.A., Philosophy, Fordham University

Laura Nugent Fashion Design B.G.S., Economics and Business Administration, Furman University A.A.S., Fashion Design, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology A.A.S., Manufacturing Management, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

Diane Orr General Education M.A., American Literature and Studies, S.U.N.Y., Buffalo B.A., Secondary Education and Literature, Niagara University

Karl Peltomaa General Education M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Lund Institute of Technology M.A., Education Technology Leadership,George Washington University

Simona Prives Graphic Design M.S., Communication Design, Pratt Institute B.A., Visual Arts, Sarah Lawrence College

Anne Rutter Fashion Design M.B.A., Marketing, New York University B.S., Finance, New York University A.A.S., Fashion Design, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

Amy Sinclair Graphic Design M.F.A., Studio Art, C.U.N.Y., Queens College B.A., Art Therapy and Psychology, The College of New Rochelle

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Rosalyn Sohnen Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film & Television, New York University B.F.A., Fine Arts, Pratt Institute

Monica Spence Fashion Design M.A., Theatre, S.U.N.Y., Binghamton B.A., Speech and Theatre, Seton Hill College

Krista Svalbonas Graphic Design M.F.A., Visual Laboratory, S.U.N.Y., New Paltz B.F.A., Advertising and Photography, Syracuse University

Su Zen Graphic Design M.F.A., Art, C.U.N.Y., Lehman College B.A., Art, The American University

Francisco Vargas Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.A., Media Studies, New School University B.A., Liberal Studies, New School University

Richard Vayda Restaurant Management M.A., Food Service Management, New York University B.A., Music, Augustana College

Danielle Warren Fashion Design M.F.A., The New School B.A., English, Oakland University Two Year Program, Fashion Design, ESMOD International

Britta Wheeler General Education; Fashion Design M.F.A., Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College (In Progress) Ph.D., Sociology, University of California at Santa Barbara M.A., Sociology, University of Californi at Santa Barbara B.S., Textiles Clothing and Design-Fashion Design, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Ross Williams Digital Filmmaking; Video Production D.M.A., Composition, Rice University M.A.M, Composition, Rice University B.A.M, Music, University of Western Australia

Gordon Wine General Education M.F.A., Photography, Indiana University B.F.A., Painting, University of Illinois

Fan Wu Fashion Design B.F.A., Fashion Design, Parson School of Design

Adjunct Faculty

Judy Aiello Graphic Design M.F.A., Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts B.A., Economics/Art, Rutgers University

Rose Baron Fashion Design B.F.A., Fine Art, Pratt Institute

Jeremy Brandrick Fashion Design Textiles, Fashion, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England

Susan Brumley Fashion Design A.O.S., Fashion, The Art Institute of Atlanta

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Marcos Chavez Graphic Design B.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago A.S., Media Technology, Andrews University

Tim D’Agostino Graphic Design M.F.A., Fine Art/Painting, School of Visual Arts B.F.A., Fine Art, Tufts University, School of the Museum of Fine Arts

Dayna D'Eletto Interior Design M.F.A., Theatre Design, S.U.N.Y., College at Purchase B.F.A., Interior Design, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

Viviana Espinosa Graphic Design M.P.S., Interactive Telecommunications New York University B.A., Art (Graphic Design), Western Connecticut State University

James Evanson Interior Design B. of A., Architecture, Pratt Institute

Mary Gottlieb Fashion Design B.F.A., Fashion Design, Washington University

Maryanne Grisz Fashion Design J.D., Law, Widener University B.S., Management, Widener College

Ryo Hayashi Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film Directing, New York University M.F.A., Film Producing, American Film Institute

Josh Hays Digital Filmmaking M.F.A., Film, Boston University

Lowell, Lisa Fashion Design A.A.S., Patternmaking Technology, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

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Jeff Martini Graphic Design B.A., Communication, Virginia Tech

Peter McLaughlin Fashion Design B.A., Textiles & Fashion Design, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland Certificate, Foundation Studies in Art & Design, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

Laura Moore Fashion Design B.A., Psychology, Syracuse University

Gabriella Pannunzio Fashion Design M.A., Visual Culture-Costume Studies, New York University B.A., Fine Arts & Advertising, Syracuse University

Emily Ripley Fashion Design M.A., Fashion & Text. Studies: History/Theory/Museum, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology, (In Progress) B.F.A., Studio Arts, University of Colorado at Boulder

Ruobing Zhao Fashion Design M.F.A., Fashion, Savannah College of Art and Design

Aileen Iverson Interior Design M.A., Architecture, University of Florida B.A., Architecture, University of Florida

Dominick LaCapra Interior Design M. of Arch., Architecture, N.J. Institute of Technology B.F.A., Interior Design, Kean College of New Jersey

Frank Lord Fashion Design J.D., Law, Seton Hall Law School M.S., Tax, Bernard Baruch College B.B.A., Accounting, Bernard Baruch College

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Gita Nandan

Interior Design

M. of A., Architecture, Univ. of California at Berkeley

B.A., History of Arch. and Art, University of Michigan

LaToya Nelson Interior Design M.Arch., University of Pennsylvania M.F.A., Interior Design, George Washington University B.S., Business Administration, Georgetown University

Renan Pierre

Interior Design

M. of A., Architecture, Harvard University

B.S., Mech. Engineering, Columbia University

B.A., Art History, Columbia University

Dorothy Rompalske Digital Filmmaking; Video Production M.F.A., Film & Television, New York University B.A., Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Lawrence Sassi Interior Design B. of Arch., Architecture, N.J. Institute of Technology

Casey Sherman

Interior Design

M. of Arch., Architecture, Harvard University

B.S. Arch., Architecture, University of Virginia

Jennifer Torres Fashion Design B.S., Fashion Merchandising, Management, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

David van Buskirk Interior Design B.A., Art and Education, University of Northern Colorado

Lauren McCann Wilkins Interior Design B.A., Psychology and Art, University of San Diego

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John Woods Digital Filmmaking M.F.A., Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania B.A., Sarah Lawrence College

Ana Zayas Fashion Design B.S., Production Management, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology A.A.S., Patternmaking, S.U.N.Y., Fashion Institute of Technology

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V. The following information is an addition to the information found on page 35 of the catalog:

Student Residence Rates:

As described in the catalog, non-commuting students can avail themselves of student residences. The cost of student housing ranges from $3,900 to $4,600 per quarter, and applications for housing require a $400 reservation deposit. Specific information regarding locations and current availability can be obtained by contacting the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, Joseph Pirrello at 212-625-6342, jpirrello@aii.edu or Tavis Young, Director of Residence Life at tayoung@aii.edu or 212-625-6350.

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VI. The following information is an addition to the information found on page 50 of the catalog:

Statement of Intended Use for Catalog Addendum

The official catalog is intended to serve as the formal source of information for the student. In the interest of working to continually improve and update service and support, however, the student should anticipate the release of catalog addenda over the course of any given academic year. As noted in the Enrollment Agreement, an electronic version of the catalog may be found at www.artinstitutes.edu/newyork/pdf/catalog.pdf.

As addenda are released, printed copies of the latest will be included with any hard copy of each catalog being distributed. In addition, all released catalog addendum (as well as brochures) are made available to students in electronic form at http://www.artinstitutes.edu/newyork/Admissions/brochure_catalog.aspx.

Students are encouraged to monitor communications from the campus regarding the periodic release of catalog addenda, and also to refer to these electronic sources for the latest catalog and related catalog updates and brochures. As always, please see your counselor should you have any questions regarding this matter.

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VII. The following information is a correction to the information found on page 18 of the catalog:

Transitional Studies courses are coded as GE021, GE022, GE023 and are only taken by students in need of transitional studies courses prior to taking 100- level mathematics and/or English courses.

The following information is a correction to the information found on page 15 of the catalog:

 

LECTURE

LAB

PRACTICUM

TOTAL

TOTAL

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CREDIT

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

TOTAL CORE REQUIREMENTS

528

528

0

1056

72

TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION

88

88

0

176

12

TOTAL OTHER COURSES

132

132

99

363

21

OVERALL TOTAL FOR PROGRAM

748

748

99

1595

105

The following information is a correction to the information found on page 17 of the catalog:

   

LECTURE

LAB

PRACTICUM

TOTAL

TOTAL

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CREDIT

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

GE011

Basic Writing for College Students

22

22

0

44

0

GE012

Basic Reading for College Students

22

22

0

44

0

GE013

Basic Mathematics for College Students

22

22

0

44

0

FS100

Freshman Studies

22

22

0

44

0

 

LECTURE

LAB

PRACTICUM

TOTAL

TOTAL

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CONTACT

CREDIT

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

TOTAL CORE REQUIREMENTS

484

484

0

968

66

TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION

176

176

0

352

24

TOTAL OTHER COURSES

88

88

99

275

15

OVERALL TOTAL FOR PROGRAM

748

748

99

1595

105