Innovative Design (ID)

Courses numbered 100 to 299 = lower-division; 300 to 499 = upper-division; 500 to 799 = undergraduate/graduate.

ID 400.  Innovation in Practice   1-6 credit hours

Independent study course for students interested in complementing their degree with creative thinking, problem solving and design. Undergraduate students choosing to participate in entrepreneurial activities can enroll in this course to gain credit for this experience. Built around experiential enrichment related to the broad topic of innovation. Topics such as intellectual property, branding, pitching, wire-framing, prototyping and funding are discussed in a group setting and may include guest speakers and/or visits to local companies. Repeatable for credit. Graded Cr/NCr.

ID 500.  Design Thinking & Innovation   3 credit hours

Overview of how to become a creative catalyst with a systemic approach to innovation. Intended for students with diverse interests and nontechnical backgrounds.

ID 500H.  Design Thinking & Innovation   3 credit hours

Overview of how to become a creative catalyst with a systemic approach to innovation. Intended for students with diverse interests and nontechnical backgrounds. Honors section.

ID 752.  Product, Service, and Process Prototyping   3 credit hours

Provides an overview of prototyping concepts with the specific intent of help innovation design degree students identify various methods of successfully demonstrating the potential of their ideas. Intended for students with diverse interests and nontechnical backgrounds.