Full course description
Understand the what, why, and how of civic design to create meaningful change in the world.
This first-of-its-kind course focused on civic design will prepare you to tackle complex civic challenges effectively. You will learn how to co-create equitable solutions alongside communities by applying design principles and best practices. You’ll leave the course equipped with the tools to overcome barriers and foster long-term support for design-based approaches within government organizations. Learn more about the course »
February 15–March 21, 2024 (6 weeks)
Thursdays, 2–5pm CT
Format: Sessions meet live online and include lectures, group work, and networking.
- $1,600 when you enroll by October 31 with the code "EARLYCIVIC"
- $2,000 after October 31
Requirements (any of the following):
- Bachelor’s degree or higher with a focus on Human-Centered Design or a related field such as Experience Design, Design Innovation, Design Research, or Design Strategy.
- 1+ years of work experience in service design, UX design, product design, design research, design strategy, or civic design.
- Completion of Design Thinking and/or Human-Centered Design courses such as ID Academy courses; Stanford d.school: Design Thinking Bootcamp; IDEO U: Design Thinking Courses; eCornell: Design Thinking Certificate; HBS: Design Thinking and Innovation; MIT Executive Course: Mastering Design Thinking; Acumen Academy: Introduction to Human-Centered Design; Bloomberg Harvard Innovation Track, Bloomberg Innovation Training.
- Other. Please email email@example.com to explain why coursework or other experience qualifies you to waive the requirement.
More information: Learn more about this course and ID Academy.