Below is a selection of currently offered courses for the summer semester. For a full list of courses, see the UC Berkeley Online Schedule of Classes.
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 2 P 003 [ECKER]
Grade Format: Pass/No Pass
Course description: [IN]CITY is an intensive introductory program in sustainable city planning for post-baccalaureate students with no prior experience in design. Participants in the Summer [IN]STITUTE explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of the planning studio, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application. Prospective students must apply for admission.
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 8 P 001 [KAPRIELIAN]
Grade Format: Pass/No Pass, Letter Grade
Course description: Disc* is an intensive five-week summer program for current college students that explores an interdisciplinary and multi-scalar approach to design and analysis in the urban environment. Disc* participants experience hands-on engagement with the discourse of urban innovation, acquiring the tools and expertise necessary to craft design-based solutions that meet the urgent challenges of global urbanization. Prospective students must apply for admission.
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 9 P 001 LEC [SUCZYNSKI-SMITH]
Grade Format: Letter Grade
Course description: embARC is a four week summer design intensive program that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through three components: a Sustainable City Planning Workshop, an Architecture & Urban Design Studio, and a Desigh-Build project. Prospective students must apply for admission.