This study examines the relationship between student Creative Problem Solving (CPS) styles and their future career path choices. The study uses Basadur's Creative Problem Solving Inventory to classify students into one of four basic CPS styles. Individual CPS styles will be correlated with student career choices to test several hypothesized relationships. Subjects used in the study include BGSU undergraduate students majoring in Visual Communication Technology, Architecture and Environmental Design, Construction Management and Aviation Studies.
Visual Communication Technology
Dr. Philip Titus
First Advisor Department
Dr. Donna Trautman
Second Advisor Department
Visual Communication and Technology Education
Wellman, Jodi, "Relationship Between Creative Problem Solving Profiles and Career Choice" (2014). Honors Projects. 93.