ENTR 386: Ideation and Creativity

Three hours; 3 credits. This experiential learning course provides students with the opportunity to practice applying a diverse set of approaches to idea generation and creativity, including: design thinking, systematic inventive thinking, deconstruction, four actions framework, divergent and convergent thinking, ideation/brainstorming, problem-solving, discovery framing, and securing/expanding/exposing/and challenging. Students will use these approaches to generate ideas and solve problems and then compare and contrast the outcomes achieved via various methods.

Prerequisites: None. (SPRING)