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100 Ideas That Changed Fashion

  • Fall 2013
  • Section 72803
  • 08/22/2013 to 12/16/2013
  • Modified 09/03/2013


Special topics and current issues for professional development. Sustainable methods and systems of ecology, economy and equity discussed or applied. (F,Sp,Su)


Prerequisite: Determined by Section

Contact Hours

Determined by the number of credits and specific subject matter of the topic covered.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

Develop specified skills and knowledge through lecture, practical applications, and or research in a selected Fashion Industry topic.  The content varies with each offering.  Specific outcomes for participants will be provided by the instructor at the time of the class.



Types of evaluations and related weights
Type Weight Topic Notes
Assignments 0%
Class Attendance 20%
Class Participation 30%
Exams or Tests 0%
Final Exam 0%
Other 0%

Written component.

Papers 0%
Portfolios 0%
Projects 50%

The Mid Term and Final Projects are used to assess your understanding of the topics covered in this course.

Quizzes 0%
Reports/Presentations 0%


College Standard




College Grading Standards

Recommended Guidelines for Student Grades

4.0  --- Excellent

4.0     ---     91 – 100%

3.5  --- ---------

3.5     ---     86 – 90%

3.0  --- Good

3.0     ---     81 – 85%

2.5  --- ---------

2.5     ---     76 – 80%

2.0  --- Satisfactory

2.0     ---     71 – 75%

1.5  --- ---------

1.5     ---     66 – 70%

1.0  --- Poor

1.0     ---     60 – 65%

0.0  --- --------

0.0     ---       0 – 59%

Course Policies

Class Attendance/Participation

20% of your grade in this course is determined by your attendance.  If you are unable to attend class, please contact your instructor.  Excused absences are to be determined between the student and the instructor.  You have 10pts available per week for attendance.

30% of your grade in this course is determined by your participation in discussions of course topics.  The more you participate the better your grade will be:)  You have 25pts per week for participation.

Late Tests and Assignments

Your Mid Term Project will be an individual take home project.  Your Final Project will be done in class and can be done in small groups (no more than 3 per group please).  

Projects will have a specific turn-in date that will be adhered to.  Exceptions/Late submissions will be discussed between student and instructor, but are not to be expected.


Extra Credit

Extra credit may be available in this course. This information is provided by the section instructor.

Institutional Policies

Transfer Potential

For transferability information, please consult the Transfer Equivalency Information located at the LCC website at For additional transferability information contact the LCC Academic Advising Center, (517) 483-1904.

The MACRAO Transfer Agreement simplifies the transfer of students from one Michigan institution to another. The most current MACRAO Transfer Agreement information can be found at

Disability Statement

Students with disabilities who believe that they may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Support Services, Gannon Building, Room 204 ( or by calling (517) 483-1924 [TTY (517) 483-1207] as soon as possible to better ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion.

Student Code of Conduct and General Rules and Guidelines

LCC supports a positive educational environment that will benefit student success. In order to ensure this vision, the College has established the LCC Student Code of Conduct and the Student General Rules and Guidelines to ensure the protection of student rights and the health and safety of the College community, as well as to support the efficient operation of College programs. In addition, the College has established guidelines for the redress of grievances by individuals accused in such proceedings. A copy of the most current Code can be found on the College’s website at                 

It is the responsibility of the student to be familiar with, and abide by, the Student Code of Conduct, as well as the General Rules and Guidelines. Furthermore, the instructor may establish reasonable guidelines within the classroom environment. Violations of the Student Code may be reported to the Office of Student Compliance.

Enrollment Verification

Class attendance and participation are essential to student success. Class rosters will be updated by the end of the second week of the semester (50% refund period) to accurately reflect student enrollment in this course. Students who have not attended by the end of week two will be administratively dropped and responsible for any required tuition and fee charges. This policy only applies to 16-week (full semester), first 12-week, and first 8-week sections.

Additional Items

Additional Outcomes (Optional)