Spring 2020 Courses

Academics

This is not a traditional classroom experience.  Learning at Adjacent mirrors the workplace and is therefore not lecture-based—you will learn by doing alongside your peers, with the support of experienced technologists and educators, and with interaction and feedback from mentors and employees in diverse tech roles.

No computer science experience is required. Students with no background in tech are strongly encouraged to apply.

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DIG 245: Critical Web Design

Conceptualize, design, and program websites using HTML/CSS and execute interactive projects that are both culturally-relevant and technically sophisticated.

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CSC 108: Explorations in Computer Science

Learn the basics of computer science and structured programming by creating projects such as multi-page websites, browser extensions, interactive games, and more.

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ENG 296: Science Fiction & Technology

Debate the relevance of science fiction novels and film to current inventions in AI, surveillance, and datafication.

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CIS 125: Independent Study

Engage in project-based experiences that, through critical reflection, connect prior academic content and tech-adjacent skills  to social needs.

Tuition & Admission Requirements

There is no additional cost to tuition to do this program. Your tuition and financial aid cover the full cost of the program, which includes meals, housing, materials.  You’ll be responsible for your local transportation and personal expenses during your time in San Francisco. 

All students are encouraged to apply and complete the interview process. This program will select for students interested in technology and who will be comfortable in and motivated by an intensive, highly collaborative, and self-motivated learning experience.

Selection into this program is not guaranteed.