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This course takes advantage of the current moment of research and practice in the interdisciplinary field of creativity studies. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
identify and apply major theories of creativity from a variety of domains and disciplines,
describe examples of these concepts in action in the working lives of artists, designers, entrepreneurs, writers, and other creative achievers,

  • analyze the influences of environment, role models or mentors, and peer groups on the processes and products of creative achievers and themselves,
  • recognize the effects that elements of a creative person’s identity might have on their process and work,
  • apply their understanding of the creative theories and processes covered to their own experiences of creative work,
  • demonstrate a repertoire of practical techniques and approaches from which they can draw in their own creative work; and
  • identify and articulate the stages of their creative process.
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