IWKS 5100: Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Prototyping
Offers a graduate-level introduction to collaborative interdisciplinary design and innovation from a human perspective, as well as introducing key theoretical and computational foundations of innovation. Using the wide array of Inworks prototyping facilities, teams of students will design and implement human-oriented projects of increasing scale and complexity, in the process acquiring essential innovation and problem-solving skills.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing; no previous design or prototyping experience is expected or required.
Credit hours: 3