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Summer 2020 Courses

IWKS 2100

Intro to Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Prototyping

Introduces students to a design methodology known as human-centered design, which can be harnessed to stimulate innovation in various career fields and industries. Through in-class activities and learning an array of prototyping tools in the Inworks lab, students will build up the skills necessary to develop their own projects in the second half of the course. Team projects apply the design process and culminate in a product, service, or system that is designed from scratch. All students from any major are welcome to take this course.

Suggested Background: None
Credit hours: 3
Schedule: Online – Synchronous (Wednesday 9:30 am- 12:30 pm)

IWKS 5100 (Graduate Level of IWKS 2100)

(Graduate) Intro to Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Prototyping

Introduces students to a design methodology known as human-centered design, which can be harnessed to stimulate innovation in various career fields and industries. Through in-class activities and learning an array of prototyping tools in the Inworks lab, students will build up the skills necessary to develop their own projects in the second half of the course. Team projects apply the design process and culminate in a product, service, or system that is designed from scratch.

Suggested Background: None
Credit hours: 3
Schedule: Online – Synchronous (Wednesday 9:30 am- 12:30 pm)

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