SEMR 000/1110 - Creative Thinking & Problem Solving (3 cr.)
Pathways 2 freshmen level course inter-disciplinary course taught by 5 instructors over 2 sections using a modular approach to themes and content.
The course examines the nature of creative thinking, problem solving and innovation, across a variety of contexts and disciplines, and seeks to awaken and foster students’ creativity, as something innate in all of us. Students will participate in a variety of assignments and mini-projects over the course of the semester with both individual and group work, focusing on relevant and engaging real-life problems. The course brings a multi-disciplinary, modular approach to an examination of creativity as a 21st century skill vital for students in all fields of study.
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