Fall 2019: Social Justice work experience



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Fall 2019: Pacific Islanders in the United States

This study of Pacific Islanders’ migrations to the United States mainland includes a survey of the history, culture, and development of Hawai’i and Hawai’i’s role as a way station for migration to the mainland.

The indigenous cultural heritage and United States immigration experience of Pacific Islanders from Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti, Micronesia, Melanesia, Palau, New Zealand, Cook Islands, Marquesans, and the U.S. Territory of Guam will be assessed.

Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
CSU/UC

Download the flyer: IDST 45_F2019

Check out the Interdisciplinary Department’s class schedule at http://www.ccsf.edu/Schedule/Spring/interdisciplinary_studies.shtml.

Fall 2019: Ways of Faith


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To register, start at the Future Students page and select the option that best describes the type of student you are! You’ll be walked through the steps to get you ready to join a class.

Our classes are ideal for degree seekers, people wanting to learn skills to help them in life and work, and lifelong learners who are looking for a community. Registration at CCSF is easy and classes for non-San Francisco residents cost about $50 a unit.

Free tuition is available for City College students who have established California residency and live in San Francisco: see http://www.ccsf.edu/freecity for details!

 

Fall 2019: College Success

Download IDST 50 PDF flyer here: IDST 50 College Success_F2019

To register, start at the Future Students page and select the option that best describes the type of student you are! You’ll be walked through the steps to get you ready to join a class.

Our classes are ideal for degree seekers, people wanting to learn skills to help them in life and work, and lifelong learners who are looking for a community. Registration at CCSF is easy and classes for non-San Francisco residents cost about $50 a unit.

Free tuition is available for City College students who have established California residency and live in San Francisco: see http://www.ccsf.edu/freecity for details!

 

Fall 2019: Introduction to Museum Studies (Museums for All)

IDST 3 –  Introduction to Museum Studies Museums for All.
Can museums open up our world and forge new possibilities? Yes, they can! Unpack the fascinating evolution of museums in America– money/power/politics. Critique and creatively envision the future of museums from exploring their architecture to art, science and history exhibitions. Enjoy Bay Area field trips, readings, class discussions, and creative projects.
We visit the de Young, the Asian Art Museum, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Museum of the African Diaspora, the SF MOMA, the California Historical Society, and the Oakland Museum. We also tour the Diego Rivera mural at City College and the Mission District murals. Total fees $10—due to free and reduced museum admission.
3 credits; CSU/UC transferable
Instructors:  Leslie Simon and Ann Wettrich
Introduction to Museum Studies • IDST 3 • CRN 78260
For more information, call 415-920-6023.
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