Creativity and Innovation

  • College Of Computing & Information Technology |


Theoretical elements, Different aspects of creativity, Development of cognitive abilities, Influential factors (environmental, social, personal, organizational), Creativity approaches (methods, techniques, activities), Metacognitive processes, Mind-mapping, six hats, SCAMPER, bionics, examples and projects, Marketing, improvisation and invention, Encoding information, concept map, Vee diagram


Computer Science bachelor`s degree Program


  • Creativity and innovation are integral to a students ability to survive and thrive in professional environment. This course provides students with an understanding of how creativity, innovation and adaptability function in computing designs. Students will learn how to cultivate creativity, innovation and adaptability in themselves, others and the organizations in which they live and work. Students will also explore how and why innovations succeed or fail. Theoretical conceptualizations of creativity, innovation and adaptability, as well as practical applications involved in fostering creativity, innovation and adaptability will be explored. Students will be expected to play an active role in learning through class exercises, class discussions, and presentations about real creative projects.


David Cropley, “Creativity in Engineering”

Course Content

content serial Description
1Theoretical elements
2Different aspects of creativity
3Development of cognitive abilities
4Influential factors (environmental, social, personal, organizational)
5Creativity approaches (methods, techniques, activities)
6Metacognitive processes
77th week assessment.
8Mind-mapping, six hats, SCAMPER, bionics
9Examples and projects
10Marketing, improvisation and invention
11Encoding information
1212th week assessment.
13Concept map
14Vee diagram
15Final revision.

Markets and Career

  • Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
  • Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
  • Electrical works in construction engineering.

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