SIT’s teaching and learning framework is dynamic, enabled by its fluidity in getting faculty across clusters, this opens up opportunities for SIT to have design thinking taught to all our students.
Today, knowledge of design thinking and innovation has become a pre-requisite across industries, as all businesses will eventually need to use the core design principles and innovations to develop strategies that better connect them with their end users. Design is tacitly applied in nature. This aligns well with our university's mission for applied learning. Most well-known schools of design enjoy close relations with the commercial industry that facilitate the transference of academic research into everyday life. Through these relations, discoveries with the power to transform our lives are turned into the products, objects, and processes we buy and use, and students can gain invaluable hands-on experience in their fields even before they complete their degrees.
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