Incorporating innovation in higher education curriculum significantly improves student's professional competencies in the workplace. For instance, innovation theory is developed with the purpose of improving management practices. Innovation learning is a practical teaching and learning methodology that supports student populations (Carracedo et al., 2018). Innovative instructional strategies, particularly those with a creative element, helps students to connect theory to practice. Students also develop conceptual and hypothetical skills that professionals need in the workplace. Innovation education trains students on the concept of system-based relationships in which individuals can profit from their contributions when their innovations make it to the marketplace.
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El-Amin, A., & Yuzhou, C. (2020). The Impact of Internationalized Education on Student Competency and Innovation in the Workplace. International Journal of Online Graduate Education, 3(3), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4155939