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A survey of fashion direction, publicity, and fashion event coordination. Emphasis on fashion show production from idea to runway including theme development, stage/set design, choreography, music coordination, lighting, line-up, model fittings, rehearsal, and press kit development. For questions please contact Eileen Collazo firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.223.2199. Integrated with credit FSHN-2301.
Course Code: ITNW-1078
Program Area: Computer Science & Information Technology
This course introduces User Experience Design to web developers. It covers basic design principles, the User-Centered Design process, fundamentals of Interface Design, and optimization methods for web graphics. Suggested prerequisite: ITNW 1059 Introduction to WWW Authoring, HTML, and CSS or equivalent experience.
Students with mild to moderate intellectual and developmental disabilities will benefit from the course. The course will focus on appropriate social behavior at school or work. Students will practice appropriate workplace behavior, learn about building healthy friendships and how to handle conflict. This course is geared toward supporting students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Contact Christine Price at (512) 223-7856 or via email to email@example.com for additional information.
An introduction to Bartenieff Fundamentals as an entry into the field of somatic movement education. Includes experiential and theoretical approaches to promoting ease of movement and insightful body awareness. This course will be taught live on-line (synchronously) with the instructor during the scheduled times. Students will need a 6x6ft cleared area to work in during movement and floor lessons. Students should have reliable access to the internet. It is strongly recommended that students have computers or tablets with webcams and microphones. Similar devices may suffice. Instructor email is firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions regarding this program, please contact Katherine Brady.
This course is a continuation of Spanish I designed to increase your conversational skills in the Spanish Language. Emphasis on improving pronunciation and vocabulary range through participation and dialogue to effect business and personal communication needs.
Introduction to the use of computer techniques for preparing landscape design renderings. Learn the various computer drawing tools, coloring techniques and inserting text. Several class projects for developing master plans and plant Libraries. *Prerequisites: Intro. to Landscape Graphics HALT 1072 and Landscape Design HALT 1071. Instructor will provide a syllabus on the first day of class which will include book and/or supply info at approximate cost of $50. Please email instructor for syllabus prior to class starting at email@example.com.
Step-by-step instruction in how to develop a business plan for a small business start-up or expansion that can be submitted to a financial institution or used for implementation. Emphasis on importance of the plan, components, format, and considerations.