Chicago Program: Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Urban Studies
United States - Sponsored by ACM
The program immerses students academically, professionally, and personally with life in Chicago. The primary areas of emphasis in the program are Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Urban Studies and students have the opportunity to explore one of these topics in depth, or participate in class work and projects across these disciplines. The program offers an mix of academic work, a supervised internship, independent study project, common core course about the city of Chicago, and a variety of seminars focused on the arts and creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, and urban studies and social justice. Faculty Advisors: (Arts) - John Shimon & Julie Lindemann, (Entrepreneurship) - Marty Finkler, (Urban Studies) - Bill Hixon
No prerequisites are listed for this program.
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Offering Duration: Semester, Term
Offering Note: This program is offered in Fall semester, Spring semester, or Spring term.
Direct admission is not available for this program.
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