INNOVATION MINOR

The UF Innovation minor is exclusive to IA students. Courses are designed to provide a core knowledge base and a skill set to prepare IA students for the 21st-century workplace. Coursework highlights skills like entrepreneurship, design, creativity, prototyping, collaboration, leadership, ethics, and innovation.

Required Courses

General Concentration Track
Credits
Artificial Intelligence Track
Credits

IDS1940 – Creativity & Design Thinking for Innovation

2

IDS1940 – Creativity & Design Thinking for Innovation

2

IDS1359 – Innovation in Action

2

IDS1359 – Innovation in Action

2

ENT3003 – Principles of Entrepreneurship or EGN4641 – Engineering Entrepreneurship

4-3

EGN4641 – Engineering Entrepreneurship

3

AEC3410 – Fostering Innovation Through Leadership or EGS 4038 – Engineering Leadership or GEB 3017 – Leading Organizations

3

EEL3872 – AI Fundamentals

3

PHI3641 -  Ethics in Innovation

3

PHI3681 – Ethics, Data, and Technology

3

IDS4950 -  IA Senior Project or ENT4015 – The Venture Accelerator

2

College Specific course – Select one – see below list

3

TOTAL CREDITS

15-16

 

16

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College Specific Course

Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of

 

 

BME 4760

Biomedical Data Science

3

CAP 3032

Interactive Modeling and Animation 1

3

EEE 4773

Fundamentals of Machine Learning

3

Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of

 

 

CAP 3032

Interactive Modeling and Animation 1

3

Additional college specific courses are under development and will be made available.

Requirements

  1. All courses must be completed with an overall 2.0 GPA in the minor and a cumulative 2.0 UF GPA.
  2. All courses for the minor must be taken for a letter grade and completed with a C or higher.
  3. All attempts at courses for the minor will be averaged into the minor GPA.
  4. With advanced approval from the Innovation Academy curriculum committee, additional courses (2000-level or higher) may be substituted for the required courses.