The Design Thinking Minor introduces students to new and creative ways to solve problems. Through the lens of Design Thinking, students will build a solid understanding of basic principles, processes, and applications of Design as related to a wide spectrum of disciplines. The minor consists of 15 credit hours from the department’s offerings. 9 credit hours are in courses at the 3000-level or above.
No permissions or approvals are required from the department to pursue the Design Thinking Minor, though students should alert their college or school academic advisors of their intent to complete the minor, so that the correct plan can be assigned to their records and tracked in the degree Degree Auditing Report (DAR) system.
|Subject||Course Number||Title||Credits||Offered Autumn||Offered Spring||Offered Summer|
|DESIGN||2700||Introduction to Design Practice||3||Yes||Yes|
|DESIGN||3105||Exploring Design Thinking||3||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DESIGN||3305||Visualization as Thinking||3||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DESIGN||3505||Presentation as Thinking||3||Yes||Yes||Yes|