General Overview Undergraduate Certificate in Innovation Engineering
Innovation Engineering courses give students a complete array of tools and a systematic approach to creating, communicating and commercializing ideas in response to problems and opportunities in any field; they also learn how to lead the process of innovating within organizations—businesses, nonprofits, governments, educational institutions, arts organizations, etc.
The coursework is designed to be ancillary to major work in a specific discipline or central passion. The objective of the Certificate in Innovation Engineering is to give students the skills and confidence to create meaningfully unique solutions to problems in their chosen fields, to communicate the benefits of their innovations and to test and realize their innovative ideas. The course sequence achieves these objectives by teaching the fundamentals of creating in INV 180, communicating in INV 282, commercializing in INV 392, and of applying a systems focus in INV 401.
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