209:Spring 2017-2018 Course Application
This course explores the parallels and intersections of design/composition in engineering and the arts, emphasizing a merging of artistry and systematic thinking. Students will use what they learn to create as engineer-artists and artist-engineers. The course includes lecture-demonstrations, hands-on creative activities, discussions on aesthetics, and design projects. The course is organized around four modules: A) Visuals, B) Sound, C) Structure and 4) Movement, led by faculty from COS, MUS, CEE, MAE with faculty from the Lewis Center for the Arts. 'Transformations' unify the modules by engaging the different disciplines and allowing the course to serve as an introductory experience for students with diverse academic backgrounds. All students will engage with the same course content and be expected to complete the same assignments; however, students may elect to register for STC 209A (LA) or STC 209B (STL). Regardless of course number, students must attend class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30pm – 4:20pm.
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The faculty of STC/EGR/MUS 209 are excited to review your application for this course. Please login using your Princeton University netid to begin the application process.
You may also upload any supporting material you believe would enhance your application to the Council on Science and Technology's sharepoint site.
Please note: If you are selected to register for this course, you will be required to attend both Studio/Lab times.
For questions regarding the application, please contact Joseph Capizzi.
- Application live between November 9 and December 19
- Faculty review applications between December 19 and January 11
- Latest date students will be notified of decision: January 12
- Students accept or deny admission to the course (January 22-26)