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North Carolina State University Omcc of Cootinlling Eduation and Rofariod Development Dirkion of Univerdty Ertcadon MEMORAHDUH TO: Short Course Participants Tho Offico of Continuing Education C Profomsional Dovelopment (OCECPD) welcomes you to this North Carolina State University short course. We hope your e%periences here are pleasant and rewarding. If you have noeds while you aro h u e that aren't baing met, please let um know. liko to call your attontion to o n important a8pect of your .
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  North Carolina State University Omcc of Cootinlling Eduation and Rofariod Development Dirkion of Univerdty Ertcadon MEMORAHDUH TO: Short Course Participants Tho Offico of Continuing Education C Profomsional Dovelopment (OCECPD) welcomes you to this North Carolina State University shortcourse. We hope your e%periences here are pleasant and rewarding.If you have noeds while you aro hue that aren't baing met, pleaselet um know. i would liko to call your attontion to on. important a8pect of yourparticipation in thi8 cour80. You will be awarded ContinuingEducation Unit. (CEDs) for muccessful completion of this program.One CEU is awarded for uch 10 hour8 of iMtruction, with theundustanding that tho 8tudurtmut bo pro8ont for at least 908 of the instruction. The CW is a nationally recognized uniform unitof moamuramont providing the participant vith educational unitswhich can be accumulated and ueda8 evidence of profemsionaldevelopment. In an incrusing number of irutances, CEWS are usedfor certification,licuming andama factor in promotion.The staff greatly appreciate. your comment. about the program youare attending. We also welcome suggestions for new courses to meet your educational needs, as we are continually goarching for subjectareas not included in tho more than 600 conferences, workshops,short courses and seminars now being .offered.Again, we are pleased to have the opportunity to sene you and hopeyou return often. B. Marston, Director of Continuing EducationProfessional Development  North Carolina State UniversityCollege of Textiles The North Carolina State University Collegeof Textiles Serves the citizens of Nonh Carolinathrough .education. research and extension programs.Founded in 1899, this institution with anenrollment of close to 1.OOO students, now dominatestextile education in the United States. At the presenttime, nearly half of all textile university-basedundergraduate degrees are awarded here. Fiftypercent of all master’s candidates and 75 percent of all textile Ph.D.’s are currently enrolled in the college.Reflecting the diversity of the industry itself. the curriculum includes Bachelor of Science degrees in texules, textile and apparel managemenL textilescience, textile engineering and textile chemistry.Within some of these degree programs, a student mayspecialize in textile design. textile technology. textilemanagement, apparel management, polymerchemistry. dyeing and finishing science, dyeing andfinishing technology, and dyeing and finishingmanagement The textiles degree program is designed to provide a broad foundarion in textile technology.beginning with the basic raw material and progressing through to the finished fabric. Students enrolled in this curriculum may sptcialize further in the areas of textile design or advanced textile technology. Textilesprogram graduates typically fill design and manufacturing management positions in fiber andtexule manufacturing fms. Students enrolled in the textile and apparelmanagement program will obtain a solid background in texules, in addition to management concepts and applications. Specializations n textile management or apparel management arc possible. Graduates of hese programs are in demand to fill positions in production, tezhnical services, sales, markuing. - purchasing, personnel and other related managementand staff functions. -- Another program offering outstandingopportunities for students is the textile scienceprogram. which emphasizes research, development,and applications of advanced technology to the fiber and textile industries. It is also a good choice forstudents interested in pursuing advanced degrees in scientific and technical disciplines.Students studying textile chemistry canconcentrate on dyeing and fmishing science, polymer‘science,dyeing and finishing operations. and dyeing and finishing management. These students are in great demand in the numerous textde operations that emphasize dyeing and fmishing. many of which are located in North Carolina. or in polymer-relatedresearch and development activities throughout the fiber and textile indusmes.Students studying textile engineering leam how to apply scientific principles and engineeringprar;tices to the widely diversified aspects of texuleprocesses. products and machinery. This degreeprogram is operawf jointly with the College ofEngineering.The NCSU College of Textiles offers muate programs leading to the Master of Science. Master of Textiles. and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.Graduates with advanced textile degrees areconstantly in short supply and great demand. The curriculum of the college is vede nd comprehensive, providing instruction both on and off campus. Extension programs provide numerous short courses, conferences and workshops on a grtat variety of subjects of interest to the fiber, textile and apparel industries. In addition to these programs, TextilesExtension also offers a wide variety of in-plantcourses.Credit courses via the Textile Off-CampusTelevised Education (TOTE) rogram are offeredinternationally. Enrollment averages approximately 160 students pcr academic year. Courses are offeredat the undergraduate and graduate levels. Studentscan eam a Master of Textiles with a specialization in Textile and Apparel Management and Technology:Textile Engineering and Science: and TextileChemistry. TOTE classes an available to anyindividual seeking an improved textdes education or background. In addition a visual aid rental seMce is available u) the industry.  WEFT KNITTING FUNDAMENTALS BUS SCHEDULEAUGUST 22 - 25,1994Monday, August 22 7:45am 4:OOpm6:30pm Embassy Suites to Simpson’s9:OOpm Simpson’s to Embassy SuitesEmbassy Suites to College of TextilesCollege of Textiles to Embassy SuitesTuesday, August 238:OOam4:OOpmEmbassy Suites to College of TextilesCollege of Textiles to Embassy SuitesWednesday, August 24 8:OOam4:OOpmEmbassy Suites to College of TextilesCollege of Textiles to Embassy SuitesThursday, August 25 8:OOam 12:OO noon Embassy Suites to College of TextilesCollege of Textiles to Embassy Suites
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