57216 Creativity and Innovation in Communication8cp; availability: not offered to exchange and study abroad students
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Students are introduced to high-level creative and conceptual thinking, invention, and innovation using approaches such as design thinking, future scenario building, and working in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment. Students are encouraged to engage with complexity in problem solving and to undertake processes of discovery and exploration to generate solutions to everyday and 'wicked' problems. This subject expands students' capacities to be innovators, entrepreneurs, creative practitioners, and change agents in a communication role. This subject is taught in collaboration with the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation.
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