Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studio (UDIST) Course Proposal
Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studio (UDIST) courses offer opportunities for undergraduate students and instructors to generate interdisciplinary theories, practices, and works within a studio-based format.
This required part of the undergraduate curriculum is designed to support the strategic goals and values of the college, including cultivating diversity, engaging within the community, fostering excellence, and working toward sustainability.
Interdisciplinary studios cross disciplines in technique, approach, and content; ideally, they also allow for collaborative learning opportunities. Ultimately, the courses offer opportunities for students from different majors to approach a theme from within the bounds of their own medium.
These required studio courses allow students to work in an interdisciplinary manner with peers from other programs while at the point in their education where they have developed media and disciplinary expertise in their respective majors.
In recent years artists, architects, designers, writers and scientists have taught UDIST courses
Approximately 9-10 such courses are offered on each campus (San Francisco and Oakland) each semester. In recent years artists, architects, designers, writers, and scientists have taught UDIST courses.
UDIST Course Proposal
Interested in submitting a course proposal? Please follow the link for detailed instructions, learning objectives and proposal guidelines prior to submitting your proposal application.
For 2020 proposals, we particularly encourage applications addressing the legacy of the Oakland campus. We are also also eager to see proposals addressing sustainability and bringing together disciplines that have not historically been on the same campus but will be following unification.
Choose the relevant application, create a user account, and submit.
Deadline to apply is Thursday, October 10, 2019.
Dominick Tracy, Associate Provost, Educational Effectiveness (Acting Dean & Chair)
Julian Wong-Nelson, Manager of Academic Administration (Program Manager)