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- Master of Healthcare Administration
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- MFA in Design Thinking
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What is Design Thinking?
Design thinking is a human-centered creative problem-solving process that results in innovative solutions. Looking, understanding and making are key concepts at the heart of the design thinking process that uncover ways of improving upon any service, product or need.
Why Design Thinking at Radford University?
Whether it’s to advance your career, change careers or enhance your current skills, Radford’s Design Thinking program is for you. The completely online and asynchronous format, engaging curriculum, collaborative environment and supportive professors are just some of the reasons why students prefer our Design Thinking program.
Online Open House Schedule
The Radford University M.F.A. Art-Design Thinking program invites you to join us for a Spring Informational Session. Our online virtual sessions will be conducted using Zoom software. You will have an opportunity to meet with Design Thinking faculty, hear about our program, and get your questions answered. These informal sessions will provide plenty of time for questions and answers, details about career opportunities, application requirements, our curriculum, and information about Radford as a whole.