BMG 241: Innovation: Process and Application
Students will use a process to develop knowledge and skills needed for an innovative mindset. Innovation, as a process, is useful to inventors, artists, entrepreneurs, employees, and managers. Concepts and exercises focus on key, practical, and usable processes and applications. Topics include: identifying and addressing unmet needs of a user group and generating ideas that become an innovation of value.
Level I Prereq: No Basic Skills
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