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DEA 1110 Making a Difference by Design

Course description

This course focuses on how leaders in a variety of fields use design as a social change agent. It interweaves theories of leadership and creative problem-solving through case study examinations of a wide range of design innovations in communication, business, education, medicine, human development, history and ecology. Students learn how design affects their daily lives from the person to the planet. Additional topics include nurturing creativity, visual communications, values-led entrepreneurship, and designing across cultures. Outcome 1: Demonstrates a basic understanding of creative design process - information gathering, idea exploration, iterative feedback loops, prototyping and testing - and an awareness of key factors affecting creativity and teamwork (innovate in research, design or practice). Outcome 2: Recognize design as both a leadership and strategic business planning tool with both tangible and intangible outcomes and impacts across a variety of stakeholders (apply multi-disciplinary perspective). Outcome 3: Understand the concept of whole systems designing as an integrative system of leverage points, decision-making and impact (critical thinking).

Classes

DEA 1110 001-LEC On-campus 6-week session

Number:1133
Session:6-week session
Class dates:June 26-August 8, 2017
Exam dates:Will be provided by instructor (see Final exams)
Days/times:M-F 10 AM - 11:15 AM Martha Van Rensselaer East Wing 280
Credit:3
Grade:Student option
Instructor:Bell, L. (lmb377)
Fee:$15
Max. enroll:30
Notes:DEA minor requirement course.
To enroll:Enroll online or submit a paper enrollment form. Enroll now.
Related:Cross-listed with COGST 1111 001-LEC

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