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We live in a world full of manmade designs—some would even say we live in a designed world. How do designers see the world? How do they create? This course is designed to offer students hands-on opportunities to develop an understanding and appreciation of the arts and aesthetics as ways of seeing, and expanding our experiential understanding of the world. Students will develop skills:
Major themes of this course include:
The format of the course will use illustrated talks from faculty and guest lecturers, along with readings and discussions; field exercises and actively reflective projects to offer the opportunity to articulate the lessons and insights of the preceding lectures and discussions. Field exercises will include visits to the:
Students will earn 3 hours of college credit.
Open to high school students who will be juniors and seniors in the 2014-2015 academic year.
Program cost is $4,000 which includes tuition, books, supplies, housing, dining, and transportation (program field trips), as well as social and recreational activities. Students will have access to campus facilities to include labs, libraries, and the new Rec and Wellness Center. A $400 deposit is required to register. The deposit will be credited towards your account which must be paid in full by May 8, 2014.
To apply, complete and submit the application, essay (directions are on the application), and deposit. Registration ends May 1, 2014 and the course is limited to 20 students.
Please read our Cancellation & Refund Policy.
Information on IT, safety and supervision, student conduct, getting to Auburn, health services, insurance, students with disabilities, and refund policy is available on the general information page.
For program questions, please contact the coordinator, James Birdsong at 334.844.5817.
Last Updated: March 6, 2014