奨学金

  

実務経験

College for Creative Studies

受講できる主専攻
Graduate
Color And Materials Design
Interaction Design
Interdisciplinary Design
Transportation Design
Undergraduate
Advertising Design
Crafts (Art Furniture)
Crafts (Metal Smithing)
Product Design
Transportation Design
宿泊施設 場所のタイプ 奨学金あり 学生数 CLA(条件付き入学許可)あり
Available for Undergraduate and Graduate Urban Yes 1440 (Total) Yes
提供される学位 公立/私立 学校の種類 全学生 学生数
Career/Undergraduate Certificate, Bachelor, Master Private Master: Colleges and Universities Co-educational 155 (International)

年間授業料 / ELSのレベル

Living Expenses
学位 授業料 Fees 宿泊施設 ** 食事 OtherExpenses I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds) ELS
Career/Undergraduate Certificate 112
Bachelor $$$$ $$ $$ $$$$ 112
Master $$$$ $$ $$ $$$$ 112
*
 I-20/Visa costs include Tuition, Housing, Meals and all other fees in USD
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

CCS is located in Detroit's Cultural and New Center areas, where students will find a variety of activities near campus to enrich their studies and provide entertainment. The Detroit Film Theatre and the Detroit Institute of Arts, one of the largest art museums in the country, are both located next to Walter and Josephine Ford campus. Admission to the DIA is free for CCS students. The Museum of contemporary Art - Detroit (MoCAD) as well as The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the largest of its kind in the country, are also located next to campus. University and public libraries, galleries, great restaurants, and live music venues showcasing indie rock, hip hop, techno, folk, jazz and blues can be found close by. While Detroit offers all the advantages you would expect from a big city, it is unique in many ways. For one, it's affordable. The city is also one of the largest markets in the country for advertising, industrial design and publishing - which means students have access to internships, jobs, and faculty mentors who are active in their fields. Ultimately, Detroit has been known for making things - this combination of craftsmanship and technology make it a perfect place for an art and design school.

宿泊施設


The Taubman Center offers accommodations for two to three people per room. Rooms are furnished with beds, storage units, wardrobe, a couch, coffee table and a bedside table. Each room is approximately 500 square feet and has its own private bath, wired for basic cable, room to room phone service, and have wireless Internet access.

The Taubman Center is built on the philosophy of community, so just outside the student's living quarters are work spaces, fitness rooms and lounge areas for students to interact. Each floor also houses a laundry room. Continuing with the theme of community, a full-service dining area is just a few floors below. Students living in the Taubman Center are required to have a meal plan.

The Art Centre Building (ACB) offers suite-style accommodations for students. The size of each suite varies, ranging from approximately 700-square-feet to approximately 1,200-square-feet. The 4-6 person option has two or more bedrooms and two bathrooms. The 2-3 person option has one bedroom and one bathroom. ACB suites include a living room, dining room, and kitchen.

Student life

Student Life staff members assist students in becoming involved in campus life, conduct leadership development programs, provide continuity for organizations from year to year, assist with managing organizational finances, educate students about College policies, mediate disputes, advise student event planners, problem solve, and generally help students through the challenges of being a student.

They work with clubs and organizations that were founded and created by students to serve the interests of CCS' most active and enthusiastic students. In addition to the clubs and organizations, there are opportunities to develop leadership skills, participate in community service projects, and get involved in events such as Geek Week and the Century Ball. Students will find an endless amount of opportunities to complement their in-classroom learning with extracurricular hands-on experiences as well as meet new friends and socialize with a diverse group of students.