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BS-SP FTT

Fashion and Textile Technology Department
Bachelor of Science (HEGIS 1303)

Technology Building 303
(716) 878-3478

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Fashion Drawing

The fashion and textile technology department at Buffalo State is the only baccalaureate department in Western New York that offers a variety of career preparation options for the multifaceted, global fashion industry. Faculty expertise, continuous updating of technology-based curriculum, and industry partnerships contribute to the strength of the program. Class sizes are small, allowing individual attention. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular programmatic activities and regional and national competitions. Students have achieved top honors in national apparel and textile design competitions. Internships are available in the Buffalo area as well as nationally and internationally. Affiliations with industry and professional organizations include the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), which has endorsed the department; the Costume Society of America (CSA); the American Collegiate Retailing Association (ACRA); and the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA).

The fashion and textile technology department is designed to prepare students for employment in the apparel, textile, and fashion industries. Employment opportunities exist in textiles, fashion merchandising/buying, retail management, digital textile design, apparel design, CADAD design for textiles and apparel, apparel production, apparel product development, textile testing/quality control, home furnishings, and government agencies. Examples of available positions include technicians in testing labs to set safety and performance standards, CAD (print, weave, knit, technical, or fashion graphic) textile and apparel designers, technical designers, trend and design specialists, private label costing and sourcing, CAM production, buyers, merchandisers, planners, stylists, colorists, fashion entrepreneurs, fashion/visual merchandisers, merchandiser representatives, fashion journalists, logistics specialists, U.S. customs agents, and theater costuming, market researcher, technicians in testing labs to set safety and performance standards, social media planners, brand strategists, and trend forecasters.

Graduates have been employed by most major apparel and textile companies, including, but not limited to: Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein, Dior, Ralph Lauren, Macy’s, Fisher-Price, New Era, Eastman Machine Co., AccuMED Technologies Inc., GAP and GAP Kids, Lord & Taylor, Bureau Veritas testing labs, Limited, Oxford Industries, Swavelle/Mill Creek, Tony Walker & Co., Tobin Home Fashions, Tommy Hilfiger, Graco Home Fashions International, Park B. Smith, Appollo Patio Furniture Design, Target, Dillards, and Victoria’s Secret.

Department Information

The curriculum for the fashion and textile technology department is divided into two parts: the required 21 credit hours of core coursework; and one or more specialized concentrations: fashion merchandising, apparel design, apparel product development, or fashion/textile design technologies. Individuals who have extensive work experience in the fashion field are encouraged to explore earning college credit by course challenge or experiential learning.

Fashion and textile technology majors may spend their senior year studying a specialty topic at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City in a 'three-one' program, earning a B.S. from Buffalo State and an associate’s degree from FIT. Study abroad opportunities are available in several countries.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Students may apply for departmental scholarships every spring. Financial assistance through the college is also available. Buffalo State is one of a select group of institutions whose students compete for the annual YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund which offers competitive $5000 - $35,000 scholarships.

Program Requirements

Course List
CodeTitleCredit Hours
Intellectual Foundations Requirements
33-39 credits33-39
Fashion and Textile Technology Major Requirements (51 credit hours)
Required Core Courses (21 credit hours)
FTT 110FUNDAMENTALS OF THE FASHION INDUSTRY3
FTT 206INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES3
FTT 208INTRODUCTION TO FASHION TECHNOLOGIES3
FTT 306TEXTILE EVALUATION3
FTT 310SEWN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY3
FTT 358FASHION FORECASTING3
FTT 450GLOBAL ISSUES IN FASHION AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY3
Concentration Courses (30 credit hours)
Select one concentration from below:30
Fashion Merchandising Concentration
Apparel Design Concentration
Apparel Product Development Concentration
Fashion/Textile Design Technologies Concentration
Recommended All College Electives
COLOR THEORY
INTRODUCTION TO FASHION MERCHANDISING
SURFACE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR INDUSTRY
FASHION CAD (Computer Aided Design)
DESIGNING KNIT APPAREL
HISTORY OF COSTUME
HISTORY OF TEXTILES
RESEARCH IN FASHION MERCHANDISING
VISUAL MERCHANDISING
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
FASHION SHOW PRODUCTION
Courses may have additional prerequisites.
All College Electives
30-36 credit hours30-36
Total Credit Hours120

Fashion Merchandising Concentration

Course List
CodeTitleCredit Hours
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
INTRODUCTION TO FASHION MERCHANDISING
FASHION BUYING AND MERCHANDISING PRINCIPLES
FASHION MERCHANDISING APPLICATIONS
ISSUES IN MERCHANDISING AND FASHION RETAILING
SENIOR SEMINAR IN FASHION MERCHANDISING AND MARKETING
INTERNSHIP/FIELD EXPERIENCE (1-6)
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
FASHION CAD (Computer Aided Design)
FASHION DIGITAL RETAILING
RESEARCH IN FASHION MERCHANDISING
VISUAL MERCHANDISING
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Apparel Design Concentration

Course List
CodeTitleCredit Hours
FUNDAMENTALS OF APPAREL CONSTRUCTION
PATTERN DRAFTING AND GRADING FOR INDUSTRY
FASHION ILLUSTRATION/DRAWING I
INDUSTRIAL APPAREL ASSEMBLY
TRADITIONAL/COMPUTER FLAT PATTERN
2D/3D COMPUTER PATTERNMAKING
APPAREL DESIGN III: DRAPING
SENIOR PROJECT
INTERNSHIP/FIELD EXPERIENCE
Select two from the following:
SURFACE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR INDUSTRY
FASHION CAD (Computer Aided Design)
DESIGNING KNIT APPAREL
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
CAD: APPAREL AND TEXTILE DESIGN FOR INDUSTRY
CAD: WEAVE FOR INDUSTRY
SENIOR SEMINAR IN FASHION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Apparel Product Development Concentration

Course List
CodeTitleCredit Hours
FUNDAMENTALS OF APPAREL CONSTRUCTION
PATTERN DRAFTING AND GRADING FOR INDUSTRY
INDUSTRIAL APPAREL ASSEMBLY
TRADITIONAL/COMPUTER FLAT PATTERN
2D/3D COMPUTER PATTERNMAKING
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Select one from the following:
SENIOR PROJECT
INTERNSHIP/FIELD EXPERIENCE (1-6)
SENIOR SEMINAR IN FASHION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Select three from the following:
SURFACE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR INDUSTRY
FASHION CAD (Computer Aided Design)
DESIGNING KNIT APPAREL 3
CAD: APPAREL AND TEXTILE DESIGN FOR INDUSTRY
CAD: WEAVE FOR INDUSTRY

Fashion/Textile Design Technologies Concentration

Fashion Drawing Kit

Course List
CodeTitleCredit Hours
FIBERS I
FASHION ILLUSTRATION/DRAWING I
or FAR 101
DRAWING I
SURFACE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR INDUSTRY
FASHION CAD (Computer Aided Design)
CAD: APPAREL AND TEXTILE DESIGN FOR INDUSTRY
CAD: WEAVE FOR INDUSTRY
SENIOR PROJECT
INTERNSHIP/FIELD EXPERIENCE (1-6)
Select one from the following:
HISTORY OF COSTUME
HISTORY OF TEXTILES
PERIOD STYLES FOR THE THEATER
Select two from the following:
ESSENTIALS OF VISUAL ARTS
COLOR THEORY 3
FIBERS II 3
INTRODUCTORY PAINTING 3
INTRODUCTION TO FASHION MERCHANDISING
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 3