The 17-unit Design Collaborative certificate program provides students with a strong foundation in multidisciplinary approaches to design and collaboration. Our approach offers students the collaborative skills and experiences needed for success in today’s workplace. This program will enhance a focused study in any design discipline or provide an introduction to design thinking and making for all students.
This class is an interdisciplinary survey of the history, culture, problems, and conditions of American ethnic minorities and the effects of racism, prejudice, and discrimination on emerging minority groups in the United States.
Racial and Ethnic Groups in the United States – A Comparative Survey (IDST 37)
An introduction to the United Nations, including the UN Charter’s mission to achieve international peace, and the function of the organization’s six administrative bodies. In addition to studying the theory and practice of international diplomacy, students evaluate the successes and challenges of collective security, peacekeeping attempts, and technological cooperation.
IDST 7 Intro to the United Nations (3)
Lec-3, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
The Trauma Prevention and Recovery Certificate of Achievement trains students as paraprofessionals to work in the field of violence prevention and trauma response, including service provision to victims and survivors of violence. It also trains service providers such as probation officers or nurses who routinely work with survivors of traumatic events to understand and respond to concerns unique to survivors. More information on the program here.
There’s also a FAQ about the program and enrolling here.