Summer Intensive in Interaction Design 2018
Hosted by the MFA Interaction Design department, our annual summer program gives students and designers the opportunity to further their understanding of the field of interaction design first hand. Designed flexibly for those contemplating the cost or time commitment of graduate school, this unique offering provides a series of four-week courses, studio visits, and workshops that can be pursued individually or all at once.
Courses take place July 9- August 11, with most scheduled weekday evenings over the course of one month. In addition to evening classes, the summer program offers optional scheduled events and tours to nearby New York City design studios. Enrollment in any course provides daytime access to a shared studio workspace and use of department facilities. Participants can receive Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit upon successfully completing a course.
Visit Summer Intensive in Interaction Design for complete program details including course schedules.
To register online (US only), click the "Register" button for each course you would like to add from the list below. A window will pop up showing that the course has been added to your cart for review. Once you've added all of the courses you would like to sign up and pay for, click "Complete Registration" from the pop-up window. Follow instructions and provide all necessary information.
Note: You will only be considered registered for a course upon successfully completing your payment online using a credit card. To register and pay for summer courses by check, contact the MFA Interaction Design department at [email protected] to arrange for registration and payment.
REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER 2019 WILL OPEN IN FEBRUARY
Call the Registrar's office at212-592-2200 to sign-up and pay for courses. Have your course number(s) and credit card information ready.
A waitlist will be managed for individual courses to accommodate availability through any cancellations.
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Friday, November 17, 2017