ForStudentPowerabout 1 year ago
But your program costs $37,000 in tuition each year.
How exactly will your curriculum genuinely tackle such issues as "poverty, aging, women’s rights, food and agriculture, racism, environment, working conditions, fair trade, education, community development, justice, service delivery and health" when there's such an outrageously high bar of entry?
How can you ensure that a significant proportion of your students are working class and people of color? I imagine you'd agree that we have enough self-appointed white "saviors" in the design world already. :)