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APFD2011

Design Studio 1

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Design

APFD2012

Visual Communication Studio 1

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Design

APFD2013

Creative Technical Studio 1

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Design

APFD3013

Specialized Studio 1

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Design

APFD4002

Thesis 2

6

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Design

APFS5107

Fashion Branding and Communication

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Studies

APFS5109

Fashion, Identity & The Body

3

Parsons Paris

Paris Fashion Studies

APFY1050

Drawing: Fashion and Form

3

Parsons Paris

Paris First Year

GPSY6457

Embodiment as Justice

3

Social Research

Psychology

NINT5112

Human Rights in Global Fashion: Value Chains, Workers, Corporate Accountability, and Systems Design

3

Public Engagement

International Affairs

PGFS5020

Interpreting Fashion

3

Art & Design History

Fashion Studies

PGFS5200

Advanced Thesis Preparation

3

Art & Design History

Fashion Studies

PGFS5210

Thesis

6

Art & Design History

Fashion Studies

PSDS2504

Bio Fashion

3

Parsons

Design Strategies

PSDS3610

AI, Metaverse, and the Future of Fashion

3

Parsons

Design Strategies

PSOF1191

Visual Merchandising

3

Parsons

Fashion

PSOF3200

Accessory Design: Fashion Product

3

Parsons

Fashion

PSOF5010

Designing a Fashion Experience

3

Parsons

Fashion

PSOF5102

African American Women: Subsistence in Blackness Through Dress

3

Parsons

Fashion

UTNS5112

Human Rights in Global Fashion: Value Chains, Workers, Corporate Accountability, and Systems Design

3

University Liberal Arts

University Lecture Program