This dynamic, interactive course is adapted from one of the most popular courses at UC Berkeley, created and led by Dr. Sandhu. Dr. Sandhu is founding partner at the Gobee Group and is a lecturer at UC Berkeley, where he teaches graduate-level, interdisciplinary courses on the innovation process.
Sept 12 - Oct 14
$295 USD before September 9
$450 after September 9
Special tuition pricing available for CIA Alumni.
For more information, contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-866-242-9876.
This course is all online and asynchronous, at your own pace, with weekly deadlines and occasional weekly meetings. Please plan to commit to 3-5 hours per week.
Registration now open!
Food industry leaders and innovators, product and brand strategists, or other growth leaders who want to effectively apply design thinking to create a business strategy, product, or service solution that addresses the challenges in today’s complex and transforming food systems.
In this five-week online course, you will work to develop and refine the skills you need to collaboratively engage diverse teams to solve problems facing the food world. You will have the opportunity to work on a specific challenge with an FBS partner organization that is actively working to lead large-scale change in society through food. You will partner with peers, faculty, and course mentors in rigorous conversations and practice sessions that prepare you to apply design thinking methodology in diverse ways. Students have found this course has far-reaching implications that positively impact their personal and professional lives.
By the end of this course, you’ll develop the ability to: