Human Ecology HUEC
In the School of Human Ecology, the third digit of the course number denotes the subject area of the course as follows: 1 and 2--human nutrition and food; 3 and 4--apparel, textiles and merchandising; 5 and 6--family, child, and consumer sciences; 9 and 0--general courses (except 7094 which is a nutrition course).
GENERAL HUMAN ECOLOGY
1000 Human Ecology as a Profession (3) Attributes that identify human ecology as a profession; historical and philosophical view of its mission, interrelationship of its various specializations, and competencies and commitments necessary in the various specializations.
2091 Special Topics in Human Ecology (1-3) Prereq.: consent of director for majors in human ecology. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Contemporary issues in human ecology of interest to special professional and business groups.
3090 Seminar in Human Ecology (1) For human ecology majors only. The professional human ecologist in today's society; preparation for professional experiences.
3091 Reading and Research in Human Ecology (1-6) Open to advanced students of high academic standing by consent of director. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Students are responsible for registering with a faculty member with whom they will select the area of reading and research.
4091 Special Topics in Human Ecology (1-3) Prereq.: consent of director. May be taken for credit for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Lectures and/or laboratories on selected topics not covered in other human ecology courses.
7090 Research Methods in Human Ecology (3) Philosophy of human ecology research; issues and trends; design and methodology.
7091 Independent Reading and Research in Human Ecology (1-6) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Directed individual reading and research in a selected area of human ecology.
7092 Human Ecology Research Seminar (1) F,S Required of all doctoral students in human ecology during each semester of full-time residence. Only 3 sem. hrs. of credit may be applied toward the degree. May be taken for a max. of 3 sem. hrs. of credit. Research reports and discussion of current topics and issues in human ecology.
7093 Advanced Research Methods in Human Ecology (3) Prereq.: HUEC 7090 or equivalent and EXST 7013 or 7014 or 7015. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Research methods and applications in human ecology.
8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem.) "S"/"U" grading.
9000 Dissertation Research (1-12 per sem.) "S"/"U" grading.
9091 Independent Research for Doctoral Students (1-6 per sem.) Prereq.: must be a doctoral student and have consent of instructor and approval of the student's full doctoral committee for each repetition of the course. This course may be repeated for credit; a max. of 15 sem. hrs. is allowed toward doctoral requirements. Credit in HUEC 7091 is included in the 15 sem. hrs.
FAMILY, CHILD, AND
2065 Management in Family Systems (3) Prereq.: HUEC 1000. Fundamental elements of management; goal-setting, decision making, resource identification and allocation; application of concepts in family systems.
3053 Infancy and the Family (3) Prereq.: BIOL 1001 and PSYC 2000 or 2060 or 2076. Growth, development, and guidance of children from prenatal to age three in family and other developmental contexts; field observations with infants and toddlers.
3054 Early Childhood and the Family (3) Prereq.: PSYC 2000 or 2060 or 2076. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Observations and practical experience in the School of Human Ecology's Preschool Laboratory and in other early childhood sites; growth, development, and guidance of children ages 3-8; family and peer relationships.
3060 Family Finance (3) Prereq.: ECON 2030 or AGEC 2075 or equivalent. Development of bases for decision making related to family income, saving, and spending.
3061 The Family in a Consumer Society (3) Prereq.: ECON 2030 or AGEC 2075 or equivalent. Family consumer opportunities and problems in contemporary society.
3062 Families and the Law (3) Prereq.: ECON 2030 or equivalent. Federal and state consumer bills, one's legal status as a family member; effectiveness of warranties and the judicial process regarding consumers' rights; responsibilities delegated to consumers.
3070 Housing Fundamentals (3) F Prereq.: HUEC 2065 and SOCL 2001 or ANTH 1003. Physio/socio/psychological functions of housing; principles of functional, energy-efficient, and cost-effective dwelling design and construction; housing issues; government policies; industry trends.
4050 Family Dynamics (3) Prereq.: PSYC 2000, 2004, 2040, or 2060. Interpersonal, family, and marital competence; integration of family science research and contemporary lifestyles; decision making and professional applications for family science.
4051 The Adolescent and the Family (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3053 or 3054 or equivalent. Growth, development, and guidance of the adolescent in the home, family, and community.
4052 Families: Policy and Law (3) Prereq.: POLI 2051 or 2070 or HIST 3071 or GEOG 4001 or equivalent. Marriage and family as legal institutions; history and development of family law principles; overview of the public policy process; emphasis on family policy issues.
4055 Principles and Practices in Kindergarten Education (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3054 or PSYC 2076; 2.50 gpa required for registration; same as EDCI 4055. Classroom organization and instructional management using preacademic objectives for the kindergarten as an entry point into the elementary school.
4056 Foundations of Reading Concept Development (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3054 or PSYC 2076, and EDCI 3000. 2.50 gpa required for registration. Experiences in the School of Human Ecology Preschool Laboratory; theories, processes, and models for the young children's concept formation; social and physical environmental factors of the family, the preschool, and society affecting cognitive processes and preparedness for reading.
4057 Methods of Teaching Nursery School and Kindergarten (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3054 or PSYC 2076; 2.50 gpa required for registration; 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Same as EDCI 4057. Essentials needed for successful involvement with children from various socioeconomic and cultural
groups at the nursery/kindergarten level; philosophy, teaching methods, and materials providing optimum learning experiences for the child under six.
4058 Student Teaching in the Kindergarten (5) Prereq.: prior application, EDCI/HUEC 4057, and credit or registration in EDCI/HUEC 4055 for undergraduates; credit or registration in EDCI/HUEC 4055 for students with elementary certification. 40 hrs. practicum. 2.50 or better gpa required for registration. Same as EDCI 4058. Supervised experiences in planning and guiding children's activities in kindergarten programs for varied cultural groups and socioeconomic levels.
4059 Student Teaching in the Nursery School and Other Early Childhood Settings (5) Prereq.: prior application required; EDCI 3200, HUEC 4056, and HUEC/ EDCI 4057; and credit or registration in HUEC/EDCI 4055; 2.50 or better gpa required for registration. 40 hrs. practicum. Supervised experiences in planning and guiding children's activities in nursery school and other early childhood programs for varied cultural groups and socioeconomic levels.
4060 Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Programs (3) Prereq.: HUEC/EDCI 4057 or equivalent; 2.50 gpa required for registration. Historical, cultural, and philosophical foundations; finances, budgeting, staff duties, policies and legal aspects, equipment and physical plant, parent education and communication, public relations.
4064 Family Stress Management (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2065 and SOCL 2211 or equivalent. Strategies used by families to manage stress; current family stress management theory and research.
4066 Systems in Housing (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3070 or permission of instructor. Current technologies, features, and energy consumption of security, computer, heating, cooling, lighting, utility, and appliance systems.
4067 Internship in Family, Child, and Consumer Agencies (6) Prereq.: HUEC 2065 and 3090. 2 hrs. lecture; 8 hrs. lab. For majors only, senior standing. Application must be made at the school one semester prior to proposed enrollment. Supervised professional experience and observation in a family, child, or consumer agency; integration of academic experience with practice.
7050 Research Seminar in Family, Child, and Consumer Sciences (1) May be taken for a max. of 2 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Reports and discussion of current literature and research.
7051 The Contemporary Family (3) Effects of change on family integration; adaptive responses in family lifestyles, roles, and relationships to political, social, and technological change.
7052 Topics and Issues in Family and Consumer Sciences (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Lectures and research on topics not covered in other family or consumer science courses.
7053 Infant Behavior and Development (3) Infant personality, development, and socialization; major transactions in the infant's life; family and home; child-care facilities and caregivers; support systems within larger societies.
7054 Child Guidance and Behavior (3) Prereq.: HUEC 7056 or consent of instructor. Normal, age-related behavior patterns; child guidance practices and their consequences; techniques and procedures for successful parenting and for improved classroom management; theoretical bases.
7055 Human Development (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Dynamics of human development and practical implications.
7056 Theories of Child Development (3) Research and theory in child development; relation to the major domains in the child's ecology--child development, the family, services, and the environment.
7057 Theories in Family Science (3) Historical and contemporary theories and conceptual frameworks in family science.
7058 Adulthood and Aging (3) Prereq.: HUEC 4050 and 7051; or equivalent. The lifespan, with emphasis on adulthood; early and middle adulthood, and old age.
7059 Parent Involvement in Early Childhood Education (3) 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Interpersonal relationships and involvement of parents in early childhood education programs; research and existing models of parent involvement.
7061 The Consumer in the Economy (3) Interrelationships among consumer knowledge and responsibility of the family, consumer legislation and protection, and competitive market processes.
7062 Family Financial Counseling (3) Personal, social, and legal climates affecting family financial decisions; skills designed to assist families to become self-sufficient in money management.
7063 Economics of Aging (3) Determinants and components of the financial status and economic well-being of the elderly household; income, investment, insurance, grants, taxation, assets, time use, resource management, and techniques used to examine these components.
7065 Management of Family Resources (3) Individual and family resources, including identification and evaluation; principles of resources and management satisfaction for individuals and families.
7843 Early Childhood Education (3) See EDCI 7843.
HUMAN NUTRITION AND FOOD
1010 Introduction to Human Nutrition (3) Credit will not be given for both this course and HUEC 2010. Not for dietetics majors. Basic nutrition information; role of nutrition in maintaining health; guidelines for evaluation of diet by consumer.
2010 Nutrition in Health (3) Prereq.: CHEM 1001 or 1201 or BIOL 1001 or 1201. Credit will not be given for both this course and HUEC 1010. Primarily for students planning to enter dietetics, nursing, and other food or health related professions. Principles of nutrition and their application in promoting health; guidelines for assessing nutritional status; emphasis on the adult.
2012 Introduction to Nutritional Assessment (2) Prereq.: HUEC 2010. 1 hr. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. For majors only or consent of instructor. Assessment of nutritional status including nutrient intakes, body composition, and laboratory analyses; interpretation of nutritional status indicators.
2014 Food Fundamentals (4) F,S 3 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Also offered as FDSC 2014. Principles of food selection, preparation, and management.
2018 Computer Applications in Food Service and Nutrition Systems (2) Prereq.: registration in or credit for HUEC 2010. 4 hrs. lab. For dietetic majors. Computer applications in food service and nutrition systems including hands-on experience in word processing, data base management, graphics, spreadsheet applications, and nutrient analysis.
2021 Introduction to Dietetics (3) For dietetics majors only. Introduction to foundation knowledge and skills for entry dietetic practice and strategies for future practice, development of a personal folio.
3012 Human Nutrition During the Life Cycle (3) S Prereq.: HUEC 1010 or 2010 and BIOL 1502 or 2160. Nutritional needs during pregnancy, infancy, early childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and later years.
3015 Food Theory and Experimentation (3) S Prereq.: HUEC 2014, CHEM 2060 and EXST or SOCL 2201. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Also offered as FDSC 3015. Scientific principles related to food products, preparation, and quality; emphasis on laboratory research and evaluations.
3016 Community Nutrition (4) Prereq.: HUEC 2012 or consent of instructor. 3 hrs lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of community nutrition programs serving ethnically diverse populations; emphasis on field and laboratory studies.
3019 Quantity Food Production and Management (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2014, 2018 and registration in BIOL 1011 or equivalent. Principles of quantity food procurement, production, distribution, and service; menu development; sanitation and safety; materials and resource management.
3021 Quantity Food Production Laboratory (2) Prereq.: HUEC 3019. Principles of quantity food production illustrated by demonstrations, observations, studies, and laboratories; use and care of quantity production equipment; sanitation and safety; materials and resources management; distribution and service.
4010 Human Nutrition (3) F Prereq.: BIOL 1502 or 2160 and BIOL 2083 or 4087 or KIN 3515. Energy metabolism and the functions, requirements, and food sources of nutrients.
4011 Medical Nutrition Therapy I (3) F Prereq.: HUEC 2012, 3012, BIOL 2083 or equivalent; registration in HUEC 4010. Biochemical and physiological changes that occur in food allergy, dental, gastrointestinal, and absorption abnormalities and weight imbalances that require clinical diet modification; nutritional assessment and interpretation; diet counseling; drug/nutrient interactions.
4013 Applied Medical Nutrition Therapy I (2) F Prereq.: HUEC 2012, 2018; credit or registration in HUEC 4011 or equivalent. 1 hr. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Clinical diet modification relevant to biochemical and physiological changes during gastrointestinal, absorption, and weight disorders; nutritional assessment; computer nutritional analysis.
4014 Medical Nutrition Therapy II (3) S Prereq.: HUEC 4011. Biochemical and physiological changes that occur in diabetes, cancer, metabolic and neurological, and inherited disease and disorders of the heart, liver, kidney, that require clinical diet modification; nutritional needs during surgery, trauma, and burns.
4017 Applied Medical Nutrition Therapy II (2) S Prereq.: HUEC 4011, 4013, and concurrent enrollment in HUEC 4014. 1 hr. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Clinical diet modifications relevant to biochemical and physiological changes during heart or renal disease, diabetes, surgery, trauma, and inherited errors of metabolism; quality assurance programs; computer nutrient analysis.
4020 Senior Seminar (1) Prereq.: HUEC 2021 and senior standing in dietetics. This course may not be taken for graduate credit. Advanced study of dietetic issues with strategies for future practice.
4021 Contemporary Topics in Nutrition (1) Prereq.: Senior standing in dietetics. May be taken for a max. of 2 hrs. credit when topics vary. Intensive study of selected contemporary issues in food, nutrition, dietetics, or food service management.
4023 Food Systems Management (3) S Prereq.: HUEC 3021 and MGT 3200 or PSYC 3050. Functions of management applied to food service systems in child nutrition programs, healthcare nutritional services, university food service programs, and commercial food service facilities.
4027 Practicum in Dietetics (1-3) Prereq.: dietetics majors only; 60 hrs. in dietetics curriculum; overall gpa of 2.50; and permission of instructor. Each hour of credit requires 60 hours of supervised experience. May be taken for a max. of 3 hrs. of credit. Supervised professional experience designed to integrate academic learning with practice in dietetics.
7000 Dietetic Internship (2-4) Prereq.: Department approval, successful defense of the M.S. thesis. May be taken for a max. of 8 hrs. credit. Pass-fail grading. Preprofessional field experience in clinical dietetics, food systems management, and community nutrition that meets the registration eligibility requirements of the American Dietetic Association.
7003 Vitamins in Nutrition (2) Prereq.: credit or registration in BIOL 4087. History, chemistry, function and evaluation of nutritional status, requirements for various species, assay methods, and interrelationships of vitamins.
7010 Food and Nutrition Seminar (1) F May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Reports and discussion of current literature and research.
7011 Current Advances in Food and Nutrition (3) Recent research and developments.
7015 Nonmicrobial Deteriorative Mechanisms (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3015 or equivalent. Chemical, biochemical, and physical reactions involved in the deterioration of food; means of control.
7017 Advanced Human Nutrition (3) F Prereq.: HUEC 4010 and BIOL 4094. Human requirements, evaluation of nutritional status, and problems related to kind and amount of food consumed.
7018 Proteins in Nutrition (3) S Prereq.: BIOL 4094. Nutritional aspects of proteins and amino acids; deficiencies, interrelationships, requirements, and metabolic pathways.
7019 Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy (3) S Prereq.: HUEC 4014 or equivalent or consent of instructor. Progressive, updated information on medical nutrition therapy and intervention strategies in specific clinical diseases; rationale for biochemical and physiological bases of diseases.
7094 Seminar in Nutrition (1) S Same as ANSC 7094, DARY 7094, FDSC 7094, PLSC 7094. May be taken for a max. of 2 hrs. of credit. Prereq.: ANSC 7093, DARY 7091, FDSC 7071, HUEC 7010, PLSC 7091 or equivalent or previous slide (not poster) presentation at a professional meeting.
TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND
2032 Introductory Apparel Design (4) Prereq.: general education art elective. 2 hrs. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. The design process; art elements and principles applied to aesthetic, functional, and structural design of textiles and apparel products; introduction to fashion illustration and computer-aided design.
2037 Apparel Structure and Fit (4) Prereq.: credit for or registration in HUEC 2041. 2 hrs. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Fundamental principles of garment assembly and the relationships between garment design, fabric characteristics, and production processes; analysis of fit; development of foundation block.
2040 Textile Science (3) F,S Basic physical, biological, and chemical characteristics of fibers, yarns, and fabrics; selection, maintenance, and performance of textiles.
2041 Textile Science Laboratory (1) F,S Prereq.: credit or registration in HUEC 2040. 3 hrs. lab. Introduction to basic physical and chemical testing of textiles.
2044 Early Experience in Apparel Retailing (1) F 4 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. Pre-apprenticeship work experience in local retail business. Arranged on individual basis for students with little or no previous retail experience.
2045 The Fashion Industry (3) F,S Interrelationships of design, production, and distribution; historical aspects and cyclical nature of fashion.
3030 Field Study in Textiles, Apparel, and Retailing (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when field site varies. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Offered through Continuing Education. 28 hrs. of on-campus seminars. Fee to cover expenses. Structured educational experiences in major industry centers in the U. S. and abroad.
3032 Textile and Apparel Product Development (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2040, 2045. Processes and issues related to development of textiles and apparel products for consumers.
3034 Textile and Apparel Manufacturing (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3032. Overview of the global textile and apparel complex; emphasis on mass production processes including standards and specifications as well as legal restrictions.
3037 Intermediate Apparel Product Design (4) Prereq.: HUEC 2037. 2 hrs. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Principles and application of two-dimensional or flat pattern design; development of foundation blocks for use in designing various garment styles and details; conceptualization and execution of original garment design.
3040 Interior Textiles (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2040 and ART 1011 or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Factors involved in selection, performance, and maintenance of textile products used in residential and commercial interiors.
3041 Textile and Apparel Economics (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2041, 2045, ECON 2030. Application and analysis of economic concepts and principles associated with the textiles and apparel industry; overview of global economics.
3043 Apparel Merchandising Strategies and Assortment Planning (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3032; MATH 1022 or MATH 1431 or EXST 2201; and computer literacy. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Assortment planning and sales strategies; quantitative concepts and procedures used in apparel buying; management and interpretation of data related to merchandising and sales.
3045 Visual Merchandising and Promotion Strategies (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2032, 2045. Display elements and techniques; visual merchandising; special events strategies; public relations; Internet promotions.
3230 Computer Design and Patternmaking (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2032, 3037. 1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Use of industry-specific software to design textile and apparel products from concept to final presentation; computer development of apparel patterns; grading and marker making. 3232 Apparel Design Studio (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2032, 2037, ART 1848. 1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Fashion illustration techniques; adaptation of inspirational themes to designs for diversified apparel markets; use of an industry-specific CAD system.
4030 History of Dress and Adornment (3) Male and female dress and adornment from earliest times to present: an emphasis on styles of western civilization.
4034 Textile and Apparel Product Evaluation (3) Prereq.: HUEC 2041, 3034. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Fabric and apparel structure and their relationships to performance and end-use characteristics; textile and apparel product standards and specifications; standard test methods for evaluating physical, aesthetic comfort, performance, and functional aspects.
4037 Advanced Apparel Product Design (4) Prereq.: HUEC 3037. 2 hrs. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Principles and application of three-dimensional pattern design.
4041 History of Textiles (3) S-O Cultural, functional, and technological developments of textiles by selected periods and countries.
4043 Advanced Textiles (3) F Prereq.: HUEC 2041 and CHEM 1002 or MATH 1021 or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Characteristics of natural and manufactured textile fibers; physical and chemical modifications to meet consumer needs; textile dyes and finishes; methods of fiber identification and chemical testing of textiles.
4045 Synthesis: Textile and Apparel Product Processes (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3034, 3041, and credit for or registration in 3045; apparel design concentration prereq.: HUEC 3037. 1 hr. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Multi-functional team approach to creative problem solving and development of apparel and related products and services; application, evaluation, and presentation of facts and concepts.
4046 Advanced Topics in Apparel Merchandising (3) F Prereq.: HUEC 3043. Application of principles of buying and managing apparel merchandise; emphasis on theory and policy related strategies.
4047 Apprenticeship in Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising (3-6) Prereq.: senior standing with a gpa of at least 2.30 on all work taken at LSU or permission of instructor; participation in orientation workshop during semester prior to enrollment. 11-21 hrs. practicum. MKT 3401. Merchandising concentration: credit or registration in HUEC 4046; apparel design concentration: HUEC 3037, 3232,; textile science concentration; HUEC 4043. 96-192 hrs. of supervised experience. Not for graduate credit.
4070 Entrepreneurship in Human Ecology (3) Prereq.: MKT 3401 or consent of instructor. Application of principles of entrepreneurship; case studies of successful human ecology entrepreneurs.
7031 Social-Psychological Influence in Apparel (3) S-E Psychological and cultural factors in selection and use of apparel.
7032 Comparative Studies in World Costume (3) F Same as ANTH 7032. Relationship between man and dress in different cultural settings; emphasis on nonwestern costume; western ethnic and folk traditions in dress; impact of cultural exchange and western culture on world dress.
7033 Fashion Theory and Analysis (3) S-O Theoretical approaches to fashion as a social and economic force; analysis of research.
7035 Textile and Apparel Manufacturing (3) Prereq.: HUEC 3034, 4042, or 4043; one 7000-level statistics course. Mass production of apparel and textiles; detailed analysis of production systems, management methods, and other manufacturing issues facing the industry in a global market.
7041 Current Advances in Textiles, Apparel, and Fashion Merchandising (3) F Introduction to the literature and research in textiles, apparel, and fashion merchandising.
7042 Research in Textiles (3) 1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Research methods applied to fabric analysis and testing; trends and recent developments.
7043 Seminar: Textiles, Apparel, and Fashion Merchandising (1) May be taken for a max. of 2 hrs. of credit if topics vary. Reports and discussion of current literature and research.
7044 Selected Topics in Apparel, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Analysis and discussion of selected research topics.
7045 Apparel and Textile Economics (3) F-E Prereq.: HUEC 4042 or 4043 and ECON 4010 or equivalent. Effects of economic trends on apparel and textile industries; impact of international trade, changing technologies; implications for the global consumer.
7049 Advanced Individual Field Experience In Clothing, Textiles and Fashion Merchandising (3) Prereq. or Coreq.: HUEC 7091; or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Advanced individual, supervised, field-based study in selected areas of clothing, textiles, and fashion merchandising; emphasis on analysis, synthesis and critique of research data applicable to selected businesses, industries, agencies and institutions.
7518 Studies in American and European Dress (3) See also THTR 7518. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
7519 Seminar in American Dress: 18th Century to 1880 (3) See THTR 7519.
7520 Seminar in American Dress: 1880 to the Present (3) See THTR 7520.