Design Cultures & Creativity is a 2 year, 16 credit program. There are four DCC specific courses students must take (one each semester) beginning with a broad overview of how technology and society influence one another in the first semester and culminating in a capstone project of the students choosing at the conclusion of the program. Students are also required to take 2 Honors Seminars of their choosing during their 2 years in DCC as well as participate in a variety of workshops, lectures, film screenings, or working groups. Below is a brief overview of the courses.
16 Credits over 2 years:
Fall Semester: HDCC 105
(Fulfills UNIV 100 requirement).
Spring Semester: HDCC 106
(Fulfills Humanities General Education requirement).
Fall Semester: HDCC 208
Spring Semester – HDCC209
(Completion of 208 and 209 fulfills Scholarship in Practice General Education requirement).
Any Semester: 2 Honors Seminars with HONR prefix. (Most of these also fulfill a General Education requirement)
|ID||Course Name||Duration||Start Date|
|HDCC 105: Perspectives on Design Cultures & Creativity||16 Weeks||August 26, 2019|
|HDCC 106, Section 0101: Digital Feminisms||16 weeks||January 28, 2019|
|HDCC 106, Section 0201: Religious Discourses in the Digital Age||16 weeks||January 28, 2019|
|HDCC 106, Section 0301: Prototyping, Users, and Creativity||16 weeks||January 28, 2019|
|HDCC 106, Section 0401: Internet of Evil||16 Weeks||January 28, 2019|
|HDCC 208B: Digital Storytelling||16 Weeks||August 25, 2018|
|HDCC 209: Capstone||16 weeks||January 28, 2019|