The curriculum at Goldsmiths will offer four Vassar credits:
- A seminar taught by the Vassar Faculty Director will introduce students to London’s thriving cultural environment through site visits and meetings with notable practitioners.
- An independent project, focused on theory or practice, will use London as a laboratory, an object of study, and a source of inspiration.
- Goldsmiths Media and Communications course: students will select a course from among more than two dozen multidisciplinary offerings. For course descriptions, please consult the Goldsmiths catalogue
- Elective Goldsmiths course: students will choose a course in Anthropology, Art, Computing, Drama, Education Studies, Economics, English and Comparative Literature, History, Languages, Music, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, or Visual Cultures.
For more information visit Goldsmith’s website at http://www.gold.ac.uk/