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Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology

The Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology mission is to provide students with everything needed to enter jewelry and fine watchmakng fields.
Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology
Contact person
Serina Omori (+)
somori@parisjc.edu
Address: 2400 Clarksville Street, Paris 75460, Texas, Lamar County, United States
Phone: 9037820380
Type: School
  • Jewelry Subjects Taught:
  • Diamond Grading, 
  • Chasing & Repousse, 
  • Design, 
  • Fabrication, 
  • Lapidary, 
  • Rapid Prototyping, 
  • Gemology, 
  • Hand Engraving, 
  • Jewelry Business, 
  • Metalsmithing, 
  • Mold Making, 
  • Patterning and Carving, 
  • Polishing and Finishing, 
  • Rendering, 
  • Repair: Jewelry, 
  • Setting, 
  • Soldering and Fusing, 
  • Trade Practices, 
  • Wax Modeling, 
  • Watchmaking, 
  • General Jewelry Making Instruction, 
  • CAD, 
  • Casting
  • Program Info for Schools (degrees, certificates, pre-requisites):
  • Associates degree certificates JA certification short courses and AAS degrees. A division of Paris Junior College.
  • Degrees and Certificates (for School Listings):
  • Technical Diploma, 
  • Associate's Degree, 
  • Jewelers of America Bench Certification, 
  • Continuing Education Credits, 
  • Gemology Certificate
  • Program Details
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Jewelry technology teaches fabrication, casting, jewelry repair and stone-setting.  Students can choose from 3 program options: Repair Technician Certificate, Jewelry Technology Certificate, or An Associate of Applied Science degree in Jewelry Technology.

Gemology is the study of gemstones.  It is a certificate program that includes colored stone identification and the evaluation of diamonds and pearls.

Horology includes basic and advanced training of all that’s needed to repair today’s advanced watches.  The skills can even be used in other technologies, such as instrumentation and microelectronics.  Students can choose from certificate and AAS degree program options.

 

CAD/CAM is a certificate program that introduces the latest technology allowing students to design virtual jewelry and send it to a 3D printer and / or a multiple-axis milling system that provides a perfect model for casting. 

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An Initiative of the MJSA Education Foundation

The BEaJEWELER™ initiative is sponsored by MJSA, the trade association dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design.
This initiative was originally developed in partnership with the New Approach School for Jewelers in Arrington, Tennessee

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