Graduates of this program will be able to outline conceptions about creativity and give examples of biological, psychological, and social factors that stimulate or inhibit it. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, graduates will be able to develop plans to enhance creativity in a variety of areas, including government, education, health, or business settings. In addition to being consultants, coaches, or teachers, graduates may also apply their knowledge to human resource, negotiation, and mediation.

More program information can be found in our academic catalog.