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Curriculum

M.S. in Creativity and Innovation

The M.S. in Creativity and Innovation curriculum is designed with professionals in mind. It is a curriculum based on both strong theoretical foundations and practical application that allows students to maximize their own creative capabilities.

To earn a degree in the program, students must successfully complete a minimum of 45 credits. There are 33 credits of required courses in Creativity and Innovation (27 credits of core course work and 6 credits of capstone course/project work) and 12 credits of electives. Students will select electives with the assistance of their program director or academic advisor.

For course descriptions, please see the Drexel University Course Catalog.

Core Courses - 27 Credits

Code Name Credits
CRTV 501 Foundations in Creativity
3.0
CRTV 502 Tools and Techniques in Creativity
3.0
CRTV 503 Creativity in the Workplace
3.0
CRTV 610 Creativity and Change Leadership
3.0
CRTV 620 Researching/Assessing Creativity
3.0
CRTV 630 Global Perspectives on Creativity
3.0
CRTV 640 Historical Concepts of Creativity: Pre-1500
3.0
CRTV 650 Current Trends in Creativity & Innovation
3.0
PSY 614* Problem Solving & Creativity
3.0

* Students may substitute this course with CRTV 660 Diagnostic Creative Intervention


Elective  Courses - 12 Credits

Electives will be selected in consultation with the Program Director and/or Advisor


Capstone Course - 6 credits

Code Name Credits
CRTV 695 Applied Project in Creativity I
3.0
CRTV 696 Applied Project in Creativity II
3.0