Program Dates: June 24-August 4, 2018
Info Session: Monday, February 26, 2018 in LA5-350
(Click here for poster: Seoul_Summer2018_Poster.jpg
Course: ART 420: Graphic Design Workshop
(transfer credit from Korea University)
Approximate Travel Cost: $860
for double room (includes accommodations and cultural activities) + airfare
CSULB Tuition: $0
(Students pay tuition to Korea University)
Information on fees and payment: https://summer.korea.ac.kr:5000/all/src/regist/fee.php
Information on how to apply to Korea University: https://summer.korea.ac.kr:5000/all/src/regist/admission.php
Link to Korea University application page: https://summer.korea.ac.kr:5000/all/src/regist/apply.php
Course Description: Design studio experience oriented toward development of portfolio-quality design work. Professional designer/ art director environment with involvement in actual projects with clients, budgets and deadlines. Students are responsible for all project phases from design to production.
Brand Workshop will meet Mondays through Thursdays in Seoul, Korea. The project will involve brand research, analysis, cross-cultural brand positioning and visual brand identity development. This summer project for brand workshop will be an extension of the Spring 2018 Brand Workshop assignment, which will start at the end of January and end in mid May. The client is the Korean Government and the project centers around identity building of traditional Korean rice-based wines.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use their design skills in a real-world context. They will work as a team, collaborating with the clients. They will learn how to determine project objectives, estimate time needed, analyze and assess creative solutions, and produce design that can be implemented in print or digital formats.
For specific course information, click here: https://isc.korea.ac.kr:5002/all/src/program/course.php
Click on "Courses for 6 weeks" and then "Fine Art and Design"
Sign up for ISC 420
This is a short-term, faculty-led study abroad course.
Contact Professor Sunook Park for more information at
Open to Graphic Design majors
Faculty permission required.