SOCS 202: Ecological Perspectives-Design
This course offers the opportunity to study sustainability from a number of perspectives. Through an examination of specific contexts such as culture, society, economics, social justice, accessibility, technology, and the environment, students will gain a better understanding of the issues and needs as they relate to design practice and the consequences of design action or inaction relative to humanity, nature and culture. Assignments are research-based and integrate with studio activities.
Priority is given to COMD, INDD and INTD students in Year 2. Students outside of the registration priority group may register/waitlist for this course as of the registration rule release date.
Completion of Year Two, Fall Semester
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