CCI Short Courses
The architecture in Prague was out of this world. I felt like I was on a movie set as I walked around the city because everything looked so beautiful. This experience really made me see how beautiful the world can be!
A semester abroad isn't for everyone, but that doesn't mean you can't get out and see the world. Our CCI faculty-led short courses offer that chance with a variety of options that change from year to year. That way you can be sure to find one that fits your academic plan, your personal goals, and your budget. Some courses may be repeated from year to year. Some may feature similar content but a different destination. Some are once in a lifetime.
Keep an eye on this page for announcements of new courses as they develop, and check out "Past Short Courses" for courses that have taken place in the past. If you're interested in an upcoming course, contact the faculty leader for more information. If you have other questions or wonder if a past course will be repeated, contact Sara M. Sobeh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2015 CCI Short Courses
Course: VCD Visual Language: Forms of experience and expression
Destination: Dublin & London
Instructors: Christopher Darling /email@example.com and Aoife Mooney / firstname.lastname@example.org
'Visual Language: Forms for experience and expression', is a 7-week Special Topics course focused on illustration, typography and hand-lettering. The course will culminate in a trip to Dublin and London in Spring 2015 and will be run in tandem with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, encouraging cross-collaboration and sharing of experiences with a wider network of Kent students. While abroad, students will immerse themselves in the visual culture of these two historic cities, performing visual research and responding to their environments in visual terms, as well as meeting with industry professionals, local design and illustration students, visiting local design educational institutes, museums and cultural hubs. This will allow students to gain exposure to a wider range of influences and insights into the diversity of global expression.
Course: International Storytelling
Instructors: Gary Hanson / email@example.com and Mitch McKenney / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: Spring 2015 semester with two-week trip over Spring Break
Course: Global Advertising and PR
Instructors: Danielle Coombs / email@example.com and Michele Ewing / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: Spring 2015 semester