Prerequisite: Successful completion of Fashion and Interior Design 1

Grade Level: 9 – 12
Semesters: 1
Credit: 0.5

Students will be involved in a variety of individual assignments intended to foster creativity and critical thinking in fashion and interior design projects. These projects include a more in-depth study of the Fashion and Interior Design 1 units. The experiences are designed to enhance personal self-expression and employability as the students develop their skills. Topics covered may include fashion and interior history, 3-D room design, commercial design, merchandising, furniture design, history of retail stores, and careers. Fashion and Interior Design 2 is for the student who is interested in pursuing a career in merchandising, fashion, and/or interior design. This class can also be tailored to the class’s individual needs (Fashion vs. Interior) and/or taken as Independent Study.