Integrative Thinking

MAS 632

Course Description: Integrative Thinking is the intersection of Design Thinking, Systems Thinking, and Understanding Data. These tools and processes are applied together to address complex real-world problems and build evidence-based solutions. Students will use the 4 step integrative-thinking methodology to creatively solve problems. They further utilize their understanding and development of leadership style to enhance decision making.

Course Summary: A broad overview of the course content and learning outcomes.

For more information about this course including a sample syllabus, please contact Leah Tompkins, Associate Director of MAAS.

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