CDFS 4720 - Family-Centered Community Building II (FCCB II)
The course is a service-learning course that introduces students to issues and activities in the community.
- Spring 2011 "Back Pack" program fundraiser
- Fall 2011 "BackPack" program fundraiser
- Spring 2012 Maggie Moo's fundraiser
- Spring 2012 Woodland Elementary School fundraiser
- Fall 2012 "BackPack" fundraiser
- Spring 2014 Reveille Joe's War on Hunger backpack fundraisers
CDFS 4391 / 5391
Aging, Health and Development
Child Development and Family Studies 4391 / 5391 is a fully integrated service-learning course. The purpose of the program is to affect positively the sense of well-being, physical fitness, and health status of older individuals. It also allows students to learn about aging, old age, history, and the different cultures present in our particular environment. AHeAD serves as a catalyst for the integration of various age, racial, and ethnic groups, the University, and the community. Community partners include local senior centers and long-term care facilities. Students may earn three credits per semester as they devote hours to activities and workshops for active and institutionalized elders.
- Spring 2013 "Alice in Wonderland Tea Party" at the Community Care of Rutherford County Nursing Home. | Photos
CDFS 4790 - Family Life Program Development & Evaluation
- Sibshops were offered to provide brothers & sisters with an opportunity to learn how others handle situations commonly experienced with having special needs siblings. | Photos
HSC 4054 - Advanced Problems: Interior Design
IDES 2700 - Interior Design Fundamental
Development of hand-block lettering styles with emphasis on the impact of the built environment.
IDES 3700 - Interior Design Visual Presentation I
Students combine rendering techniques, perspective drawing and sketching to design projects.
- Final Renderings Fall 2016
- Final Renderings Fall 2015
- Point Perspective Renderings - Fall 2015
- Christmas Design at Hylabrook Antique Mall Fall 2015
- Autumn Design at Hylabrook Antique Mall Fall 2015
- Chairs & Scares at Hylabrook Antique Mall, Fall 2014
- Fall 2014 Bras for a Cause designs
- Hylabrook Antique Mall, Fall 2014
- Click to see Fall 2013 final project designs
- Click to see 2010 designs
- Click to see 2013 designs
IDES 3710 - Principles of Interior Design
Creative problem solving using basic principles, theories and procedures,
- Spring 2016 Final Boards
- Spring 2016 Hylabrook Antique Valentine Display
- Spring 2015 Hylabrook Antique Display
- Spring 2013 designs
- Spring 2011 designs
- Inspiration Design
IDES 3720 - Material and Finishes
Treatment of interior space to be examined in terms of properties, specifications, installation, and manufacturers
IDES 3730 -Residential Design I
Analysis of components, materials, and space relative to human scale and habitability.
IDES 4770 - Contract Design II
Advanced studio - emphasis on problem solving, documentation, and presentation of hospitality spaces.
NFS 3200 - Food Principles
Teaching basic physical and chemical principles, techniques and skills in quality food preparation.
NFS 4240 Experimental Food Study
Emphasis placed on evaluation of sensory qualities of food using subjective and objective measurements.
NFS 4310 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
Explores the modification of diets in pathological and special conditions.
NFS 4265 - Food Safety and Sanitation
Addresses food safety issues impacting food production, storage and service within the home and service facilities.
TXMD 1110 - Basic Design
Analysis, experiments and application of the elements and principles of design
TXMD 2200 - History of Fashion
- Spring 2016 "Living History" experience at Oaklands Museum
TXMD 3120 / 2180 Textiles II
Focus on contemporary textile industry problems related to raw amterial, sourcing, distribution, retailing, and consumption.
TXMD 3220 - Pattern Making I
TXMD 3300 Clothing II
Explores us of and development of wearable art as an aid in developing design concepts.
TXMD 3370 & 4370 - Fashion Illustration and Advanced Fash. Illustration
TXMD 3370 explores skill development using various techniques. TXMD 4370 further explores the color rendering techniques using markers and colored pencils.
- Spring 2014 Wedding Dress Sketches by students
- Spring 2014 Board Designs based of Historic Designs
- Spring 2012 Final Project Boards
- Spring 2011 designs
- 2010 designs
TXMD 4100- Fashion Promotion
Offers an overview of the sales promotion process in relation to the fashion industry; emphasis on advertising, visual merchandising, special events and fashion show production.
- 2015 "Cosmic Couture" Fashion Runway Show
- 2013 "Dear McQueen: Walking into Wonderland" by Murfreesboro Magazine.
- 2012 "Bon Voyage" Fashion Show
- Beladonis Magazine images of the "Bon Voyage"
TXMD 4220 - Computer-Aided Apparel Design I (CAD 1)
Students create projects using computer-aided software relating to apparel and textile designs.
TXMD 4320 - Computer-Aided Apparel Design II (CAD II)
Department of Human Sciences
Middle Tennessee State University
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Ellington Human Sciences 100
Department Chair: Deborah Belcher
Telephone: (615) 898-2884
Fax: (615) 898-5130
Office Hours: 8:00-4:30
- Interior Design Entrance Packet
- IDES Application - DUE APRIL 1st
- Textiles, Merchandising, & Design Packet
- TXMD Application - DUE March 1st & October 1st
- Human Sciences Study Tours Credit Card Payments
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