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Innovation & Creativity

Innovation & Creativity

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Build the habits of learning to design, innovate, and create the next great engineering achievements of the future.

GenEd Requirement Abbreviations

SS - Social & Behavioral Sciences
HUM - Humanities & The Arts
WCC - Western/Comparitive Cultures

NW - Non-Western Cultures
US - US Minority Cultures
LibEd - Liberal Education


All courses listed can be used for Free Electives.
Outstanding instructors are from the List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent.

Course # Course Name Instructor Satisfies Hours
ART 105

Visual Design for Non-Majors

Theory and practice in the elements, processes and principles of visual design organized under three headings: color, a study of the visual, material and psychological nature of color; communication, an introduction to the fundamentals of visual communication using primarily digital media; and 3D craft, a survey of fabrication techniques using three-dimensional media.
STUDENT RECOMMENDED COURSE

HUM,
LibEd

3

EPSY 220

Career Theory and Practice

Design and implementation of an innovative life planning process; a participatory experience that includes a survey of theories, models, and research on life and career planning and that encourages systematic skill identification, values clarification, and the development of job search strategies

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTOR
J. Reid

LibEd

3

INFO 202

Social Aspects Info Tech

Explores the way in which information technologies have and are transforming society and how these affect a range of social, political and economic issues from the individual to societal levels. Same as LIS 202 and MACS 202.
Pre-req: Sophomore standing.

SS

3