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HUMANITIES & SCIENCES

 

ARH: (SAP-802)

Each section will have a unique description

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Academy of Media Arts-Cologne (SAP-834)

This is a one semester exchange program with Academy of Media Art Cologne, Germany. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

App: (SAP-809)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

App: (SAP-801)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

App: (SAP-800)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Applied Science Core (APP-CORE)



Prerequisite: Take HUM-100 Writing Studio
Course Credit: 3

Applied Science Elective (APP-ELEC)



Prerequisite: Take HUM-100 Writing Studio
Course Credit: 3

Berlin Coll. 2-Cultrl Immersn (SAP-873)

The aim of this class is to provide a better and deeper understanding of the German culture, the history of the country, and the mentality of its people. The testlab being based in the capital of Germany, a strong emphasis will be put on the very unique situation and position of Berlin in the past, in the present, and in the future. In order to take full advantage of the fact that we are "vor Ort," all lectures will be accompanied by extensive field trips. Thus, we will not only visit different museums, exhibitions or architectural landmarks but-as important-will experience the city, different urban lifestyles, and "practice" MOBILITY. Traveling, being outside the studio is part of the course. The class shall be as closely linked to the studio classes as possible in order to further help generating a solid research foundation for the final designs of MOBILITIES 2030.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin Coll. 2-Gndr in Ger Cn (SAP-874)

The seminar offers an introduction to German Cinema while approaching the films and historical issues from the perspective of feminist film theory. Students will develop the analytical tools for detangling the complex visual structures of gender (within but also beyond the films discussed in class). Together, we will examine the particular role of female figures in German cinema by considering the Lola figure. The course includes the discussion of the work of female directors such as Helke Sander or Doris D?rrie, and actresses such as Marlene Dietrich or Nina Hoss. It also introduces students to the theories of important German feminist film critics. During a session on pornography, it will be possible to schedule an excursion to the Berlin-based Porn Film Festival at the end of October, where the class would be able to listen to a lecture and discuss some pornographic films with their international directors. The course encourages students to take pleasure not only in seeing and discussing but also in writing about films (from a reader-oriented as well as critical position). Together we will develop a critical vocabulary in order to describe how gender structures are reflected through film.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin Coll. 2-Media Exlprtn (SAP-872)

The Berlin Collective 2 will be a one-of-a-kind, eight to twelve-week cultural immersion in Berlin, giving students a unique opportunity to share a collective studio experience in a major European city. It is intended to challenge the individual's ability for keen observation, comprehensive research, articulation of ideas, presentation skills and collaborative abilities, and expand cultural sensitivity and awareness. Each individual will explore Berlin through the lens of his or her own selected topic, fostering their ability to draw connections between new cultural experiences and ideas, and finding resonance within their own developing work. Accompanied by a curated blog presence, travel documentation and an exhibition at ACCD.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin Coll. 2-Studio Vst&Res (SAP-871)

The Berlin Collective 2 will be a one-of-a-kind, eight to twelve-week cultural immersion in Berlin, giving students a unique opportunity to share a collective studio experience in a major European city. It is intended to challenge the individual's ability for keen observation, comprehensive research, articulation of ideas, presentation skills and collaborative abilities, and expand cultural sensitivity and awareness. Each individual will explore Berlin through the lens of his or her own selected topic, fostering their ability to draw connections between new cultural experiences and ideas, and finding resonance within their own developing work. Accompanied by a curated blog presence, travel documentation and an exhibition at ACCD.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University H&S 2 (SAP-832F)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University H&S 3 (SAP-832G)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University Studio 1 (SAP-832A)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University Studio 2 (SAP-832B)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University Studio 3 (SAP-832C)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University Studio 4 (SAP-832D)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Berlin University of the Arts (SAP-832)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

Berlin University: Culture (SAP-832E)

This is a one semester exchange program with Berlin University of the Arts. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Braunschweig H & S 1 (SAP-836C)

This is a one semester exchange program with Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Braunschweig H & S 2 (SAP-836D)

This is a one semester exchange program with Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Braunschweig H & S 3 (SAP-836E)

This is a one semester exchange program with Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Braunschweig Studio 1 (SAP-836A)

This is a one semester exchange program with Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Braunschweig Studio 2 (SAP-836B)

This is a one semester exchange program with Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Central Saint Martins (SAP-840)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

Central Saint Martins CUL (SAP-840E)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

Central Saint Martins HMN (SAP-840F)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

Central Saint Martins ST1 (SAP-840A)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

Central Saint Martins ST2 (SAP-840B)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

Central Saint Martins ST3 (SAP-840C)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

Central Saint Martins ST4 (SAP-840D)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 1

ENSBA: H & S 1 (SAP-835E)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

ENSBA: H & S 2 (SAP-835F)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

ENSBA: Studio 1 (SAP-835A)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

ENSBA: Studio 2 (SAP-835B)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

ENSBA: Studio 3 (SAP-835C)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

ENSBA: Studio 4 (SAP-835D)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Ecole Nat'l Supr Des Beaux-Art (SAP-835)

This is a one semester exchange program with The ?ole Nationale Sup?eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

HUM: (SAP-804)

Each section will have a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Hum: (SAP-803)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD: Culture Elective (SAP-816)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD: Hum & Sci Elective (SAP-815)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD: Studio Elective (SAP-813)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD: Studio Elective (SAP-814)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD:Prod Devel Lab (SAP-812)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

INSEAD:Strat 4 Prd & Srvc Dev (SAP-811)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Indep Study: Professnl Practic (PRP-975)

One on one specialized study

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack H & S 2 (SAP-833F)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack H & S1 (SAP-833E)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Studio 1 (SAP-833A)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Studio 2 (SAP-833B)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Studio 3 (SAP-833C)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Studio 4 (SAP-833D)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ of Art Intrnshp (SAP-850)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ of Art Studio 1 (SAP-846)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ of Art Studio 2 (SAP-847)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ of Art Studio 3 (SAP-848)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ of Art Studio 4 (SAP-849)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Konstfack Univ. of the Arts (SAP-833)

This is a one semester exchange program with Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

London Ancient/Modern (SAP-829A)

London provokes and inspires. This Summer term you will create a personal project based on a given theme. Then, during spring break, you will fly to London, where each day you will be immersed in the heady mix of style and culture, high and low. Learn to think about these influences the way the British do. Everything is inspiration. You will have the opportunity to present your projects to some of the leading thinkers and tastemakers of this global, inclusive and ever-changing international city. Open to all majors. Enrollment by application only.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

London Ancient/Modern (SAP-829)

This Spring Term Study Abroad class for credit will start in January and will conclude with 3 weeks in London over Spring Break where students working in the studio there will finalize an Olympic themed project, produce posters, and install the work as part of a dedicated Art Center group show opening for the first time in a celebrated London gallery specializing in design and illustration. Students will also experience amazing visits with Sir Paul Smith, the designers of the 2012 Olympic Logo and targeted cultural institutions, representing Britain's unique take on this global event. OPEN TO ALL MAJORS WITH 3.00 GPA AND ABOVE Application for this class is by portfoloio and interview only. Students will be responsible for related expenses.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Northumbria University H&S 1 (SAP-843)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Northumbria University H&S 2 (SAP-844)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Northumbria University Stu 1 (SAP-841)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Northumbria University Stu 2 (SAP-842)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Northumbria University Stu 3 (SAP-845)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Passed Designer Math Test (APP-MTH)



Prerequisite: Take HUM-100 Writing Studio, HUM-101 Writing Studio Intensive or HUM-WRS Passed Writing Prof. Test
Course Credit: 0

Pbs: (SAP-805)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Pbs: (SAP-806)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Place Holder (SAP-830)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

Re-Boot Berlin Culture (SAP-857E)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Re-Boot Berlin H & S 2 (SAP-857F)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Re-Boot Berlin Studio 1 (SAP-857A)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Re-Boot Berlin Studio 2 (SAP-857B)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Re-Boot Berlin Studio 3 (SAP-857C)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Re-Boot Berlin Studio 4 (SAP-857D)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

SAP Conversion Credit (SAP-899)

Used to show converted SAP credit in the Colleague system.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

SOC: (SAP-808)

Each section will have a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Soc: (SAP-810)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Soc: (SAP-807)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 1: (SAP-820)

See comments on Section. Each section has unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 2: (SAP-821)

See comments under Section. Each section has a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 3: (SAP-822)

See comments under Section. Eac h section will have a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 4: (SAP-823)

See comments under Section. Each section will have a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 5: (SAP-824)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 6: (SAP-825)



Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Studio 7: (SAP-826)

Each section will have a unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 6

Studio 8: (SAP-827)

See comments on Section. Each section has unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 0

TAMA: Cultural Immersion (SAP-860F)

Intensive cultural immersion into Japanese cultural practices, ranging from textiles to temples and religious context, to cross-cultural psychology, design theory, and historical perspective on Japanese craft. Japan's historical Arts & Crafts Cultures are built on their rich heritage, accomplishments and history, but how can a new future be formed without losing the identity of the past? At a time when cities & culture are changing so fast, how can the meaningful elements of a culture not be lost in the seductive pursuit of the future? One must think globally, but how do we not lose the essence of who we are? Where have we been? and Where should we go? How can we understand the complexities and influences of hundreds of years of craft and tradition and use those influences to fashion a new cutting edge direction. How can the cultural influences of the past add benefit to a new design process? How can materials and art forms of the past add to a richer future? In the last seventy years Japan has changed extremely fast. Japan's cities have grown at an amazing rate and its culture fiber is evolving on every level by the moment. What can Japan's design voice be? How can a design sensibility be developed which reflexes the richness of Japan's past, but at the same time defines a new direction for a Japanese design language for the future? Understanding the influences of the past, the complexities of current trends and an awareness of the human-centered needs of the population at large form a strong basis for a new global design vocabulary.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Future Craft (SAP-860)

See comments on Section. Each section has unique description.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 15

TAMA: Future Craft Stu 1 (SAP-860A)

Project Focus: Our goal for this Studio Project is to explore design interventions focused on the relationship between craft and cutting edge design. We will be looking for opportunities to make improvements in the quality of life for contemporary consumers. How can we provide meaning enhancements to the needs and desires of a global economy, while respecting history, culture and heirloom? We will examine a wide range of possible applications from lighting, furniture, electronics and home product. Our students will envision solutions merging the history of craft with cutting edge future design. Our teams will be asked to improve the quality of life and design with an eye to the future.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Future Craft Stu 2 (SAP-860B)

Project Focus: Our goal for this Studio Project is to explore design interventions focused on the relationship between craft and cutting edge design. We will be looking for opportunities to make improvements in the quality of life for contemporary consumers. How can we provide meaning enhancements to the needs and desires of a global economy, while respecting history, culture and heirloom? We will examine a wide range of possible applications from lighting, furniture, electronics and home product. Our students will envision solutions merging the history of craft with cutting edge future design. Our teams will be asked to improve the quality of life and design with an eye to the future.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Future Craft Stu 3 (SAP-860C)

Project Focus: Our goal for this Studio Project is to explore design interventions focused on the relationship between craft and cutting edge design. We will be looking for opportunities to make improvements in the quality of life for contemporary consumers. How can we provide meaning enhancements to the needs and desires of a global economy, while respecting history, culture and heirloom? We will examine a wide range of possible applications from lighting, furniture, electronics and home product. Our students will envision solutions merging the history of craft with cutting edge future design. Our teams will be asked to improve the quality of life and design with an eye to the future.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Future Craft Stu 4 (SAP-860D)

Project Focus: Our goal for this Studio Project is to explore design interventions focused on the relationship between craft and cutting edge design. We will be looking for opportunities to make improvements in the quality of life for contemporary consumers. How can we provide meaning enhancements to the needs and desires of a global economy, while respecting history, culture and heirloom? We will examine a wide range of possible applications from lighting, furniture, electronics and home product. Our students will envision solutions merging the history of craft with cutting edge future design. Our teams will be asked to improve the quality of life and design with an eye to the future.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Human Elective (SAP-860G)

Japan's historical Arts & Crafts Cultures are built on their rich heritage, accomplishments and history, but how can a new future be formed without losing the identity of the past? At a time when cities & culture are changing so fast, how can the meaningful elements of a culture not be lost in the seductive pursuit of the future? One must think globally, but how do we not lose the essence of who we are? Where have we been? and Where should we go? How can we understand the complexities and influences of hundreds of years of craft and tradition and use those influences to fashion a new cutting edge direction. How can the cultural influences of the past add benefit to a new design process? How can materials and art forms of the past add to a richer future? In the last seventy years Japan has changed extremely fast. Japan's cities have grown at an amazing rate and its culture fiber is evolving on every level by the moment. What can Japan's design voice be? How can a design sensibility be developed which reflexes the richness of Japan's past, but at the same time defines a new direction for a Japanese design language for the future? Understanding the influences of the past, the complexities of current trends and an awareness of the human-centered needs of the population at large form a strong basis for a new global design vocabulary.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TAMA: Japanese Language (SAP-860E)

Japanese language, writing, reading, conversation for English speakers. Japan's historical Arts & Crafts Cultures are built on their rich heritage, accomplishments and history, but how can a new future be formed without losing the identity of the past? At a time when cities & culture are changing so fast, how can the meaningful elements of a culture not be lost in the seductive pursuit of the future? One must think globally, but how do we not lose the essence of who we are? Where have we been? and Where should we go? How can we understand the complexities and influences of hundreds of years of craft and tradition and use those influences to fashion a new cutting edge direction. How can the cultural influences of the past add benefit to a new design process? How can materials and art forms of the past add to a richer future? In the last seventy years Japan has changed extremely fast. Japan's cities have grown at an amazing rate and its culture fiber is evolving on every level by the moment. What can Japan's design voice be? How can a design sensibility be developed which reflexes the richness of Japan's past, but at the same time defines a new direction for a Japanese design language for the future? Understanding the influences of the past, the complexities of current trends and an awareness of the human-centered needs of the population at large form a strong basis for a new global design vocabulary.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Take Product/Idea to Market (PRP-391X)

This course is offered to Alumni only. Please contact the Art Center at Night office for more information.

Prerequisite: Take HMN-100 Writing Studio or HMN-101 Writing Studio Intensive.
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Cltrl Immersion (SAP-856)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Desgn Sustnblty (SAP-855)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Mobilities 2012 (SAP-851)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Mobilities 2012 (SAP-853)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Mobilities 2012 (SAP-854)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

TestLabBerlin-Mobilities 2012 (SAP-852)

The Art Center Design Team that will be conducting on-site research and creating visionary concepts that focus on how people, goods and information may move and be experienced by Berlins Millennial generation 10 years in the future. Working in a Pop-up studio, interdisciplinary student teams will investigate historical, contemporary and future MOBILITIES to envision and create sustainable mobility scenarios for Berlins young professionals. Students will use the experience of living and working in Berlin as the platform for their investigations into a broad range of urban mobile lifestyles and into social, environmental, economic and political/regulatory practices around this topic. Students will learn how to use lifecycle assessment as part of their investigation. Research findings, field trips, guest lecturers and special guests will inform the creative process. As deliverables, the student teamswill produce content and media-rich future scenarios for urban mobility. To facilitate and enrich the design outcomes, the MOBILITIES 2022 Studio will run concurrently with a 5th term Transportation Design Studio at the Pasadena Campus. This Pasadena Team will partner with the Berlin Team to assist in concept development, prototyping and model making, collaborating to help turn the Berlin Teams proposals into sophisticated design solutions in digital and hard-model form. This and other TestLab sections will combine for 12 units of Studio credit and 6 units of Humanities and Design Sciences. Available to fifth term and above students by application.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: CUL (SAP-828E)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: HMN (SAP-828F)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: PRP (SAP-828D)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: Studio 1 (SAP-828A)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: Studio 2 (SAP-828B)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: Studio 3 (SAP-828C)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Testlab Berlin: Studio 4 (SAP-828G)

TestlabBerlin is a sponsored studio abroad project. One core faculty member will run the project for the entire semester, additionally there will be guest faculty/lecturers/guest critics in Berlin. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Real-life design challenge in a studio setting. Project is funded by Art Center and supplemented by a consortium of outside partners.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

The Berlin Collective (SAP-831)

The Berlin Collective is a unique six-week experience, giving students the rare opportunity to share a working Studio in a major European city. The project is hosted by the Illustration Department, but will include students from a variety of majors, encouraging a truly transdisciplinary spirit. By Permission Only. 6 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 6

The Berlin Collective 2 (SAP-870)

The Berlin Collective 2 will be a one-of-a-kind, eight to twelve-week cultural immersion in Berlin, giving students a unique opportunity to share a collective studio experience in a major European city. It is intended to challenge the individual's ability for keen observation, comprehensive research, articulation of ideas, presentation skills and collaborative abilities, and expand cultural sensitivity and awareness. Each individual will explore Berlin through the lens of his or her own selected topic, fostering their ability to draw connections between new cultural experiences and ideas, and finding resonance within their own developing work. Accompanied by a curated blog presence, travel documentation and an exhibition at ACCD.

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School H&S 1 (SAP-837E)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School H&S 2 (SAP-837F)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School H&S 3 (SAP-837G)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School Studio 1 (SAP-837A)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School Studio 2 (SAP-837B)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School Studio 3 (SAP-837C)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School Studio 4 (SAP-837D)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 3 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

Weissesee School of Art (SAP-837)

This is a one semester exchange program with Weissesee School of Art in Berlin, Germany. By Permission Only. 12 Cr

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 12

testlabBerlin (SAP-828)

What is health and wellness for the millennial generation? How does the notion of physicality, beauty and wellbeing evolve in times of deep cultural technological shifts and profoundly changing values? The diverse and futureforward city of Berlin serves as resource and test lab for explorations on the leading edge between culture and commerce. Goal of this studio abroad project is to create fresh thinking that can augment the individual and social perception and experience in the realm of health and wellness. Areas of creative exploration of this transdisciplinary studio sponsored by Johnson & Johnson will include temporary Pop-up retail & wellness spaces and visionary applications for emerging media mobile / wearable / social / participatory / immersive / augmented). The testlabBerlin studio will be situated in one of the most exciting emerging locations, Bikini Berlin. The project will be connected to the international fashion and trend show Bread&Butter, and to the design festival DMY. Mentorship of the Art Center student team will be provided by a group of leading Berlin-based designers and artists. testlabBerlin is a sponsored 14 week studio abroad project in the summer term 2011. Full semester credit: 12 units studio credit / 6 units of HDS credit. Available to fifth term and above students by application. Lead faculty: Rob Ball

Prerequisite: n/a
Course Credit: 3

   
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