SOSC 380 - Design Thinking (LS)
This lecture/seminar course introduces students to the application of various theoretical models in the design of innovative solutions to challenging problems. Students will learn to apply a variety of theoretical frameworks in the consideration of a broad range of design case studies, addressing such concepts as the presumed user, the politics of design, sustainability, and information science.
Any 200-level ENGL or SOSC plus completion of First Year Studies.
|A||31480||Calvelli, John|| |
|7:00pm - 9:50pm|| room: 340|
|B||31481||Calvelli, John|| |
|7:00pm - 9:50pm|| room: 520|
|A||40005||TBA, Instructor|| |
|6:30pm - 9:20pm|| room: 340|