TXA 316R TXA 316R. Sewn-Product Analysis and Manufacturing. 3 Hours.
Explore apparel production and manufacturing processes, including an evaluation of soft goods, materials, quality of work, and costs. Examine conceptual framework of the manufacturing process for future apparel professionals. Discuss the apparel production cycle: how apparel products are designed, created, and distributed. Analyze garment design and construction features to understand their relationship to apparel cost and quality. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Textiles and Apparel 316Q and 316R may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Textiles and Apparel 301C with a grade of at least C-.
The Division of Textiles and Apparel (TXA) is a science-based interdisciplinary hub providing a dynamic education – setting students up for a breadth of career and academic opportunities. Students in the Division of Textiles and Apparel are able to select from a wide range of innovative courses on campus, in New York City, NY, or Paris, France, or in studios and labs in collaboration with industry partners in the Austin, TX area. TXA students study the art of design, the science of chemistry and physics, and the application of retail principles .