Human-Centered Design and Innovation Minor
The Inworks minor in Human-Centered Design and Innovation is a flexible six-course program that allows you to explore design thinking, computational thinking, and radical interdisciplinarity, building toward innovation.
Inworks is a space that catalyzes meaningful collaboration, and students of all majors will find a place here. Why collaborate with students of different majors? The hardest problems we face need solutions, which are often found at the intersection of different disciplines. Without people from across the spectrum coming together, those solutions might not be discovered.
Also, no matter what you’re studying, a focus on human-centered design will help you to deepen your understanding of the problems in your field, making you more effective as you navigate them.
Please contact your undergraduate advisor about adding the Human-Centered Design and Innovation minor or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To earn a degree, students must satisfy all requirements in each of the areas below, in addition to their individual minor requirements.
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- Any undergraduate student currently enrolled in a CU Denver degree program may earn a minor in Human-Centered Design and Innovation.
- A Human-Centered Design and Innovation Minor plan of study must be completed and approved by an Inworks advisor.
- A student must fulﬁll all prerequisites for the courses they select. See the catalog course descriptions for prerequisite information for each course.
- Students may petition for another course to count towards the Human-Centered Design and Innovation Minor. This petition must be approved by an Inworks advisor.
- All courses taken for the minor must be completed with a C- or better with a 2.5 GPA average for all six courses.
|IWKS 2100||Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Prototyping 1||3|
|Five additional IWKS courses||15|
1 This requirement may be satisfied by an equivalent or cross-listed course.