TE 401 D
TE 401 D - Design Thinking for Women's Health & Wellbeing
|Design Thinking for Women's He||TE401||D||65394||OLC||2||1000 - 1150||R|| Luciana Rodrigues|
Project-based exploration with teams of students working together in a large innovation and entrepreneurial context. Encourage development of innovative, leadership, and entrepreneurial skill sets, including financing, marketing, sales, operations, business plans, and management. Course Information: 1 to 4 undergraduate hours. 1 to 4 graduate hours. May be repeated.
Design Thinking for Women's Health & Wellbeing, developed by Siebel Center for Design, teaches students to use design thinking and creativity to explore the intersection of technology and social issues, including explorations into a variety of women?s health and wellbeing issues such as reproductive rights, aging and menopause, and equity. Students will develop content knowledge, have hands-on experiences, and gain a sense of belonging and identity as entrepreneurs by discovering a problem and developing a concept idea. Email email@example.com for more information. This class will meet for the 1st 8 weeks of the semester. This course will be delivered via Moodle.