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Minor in Engineering Leadership Electives

Courses listed below are EXAMPLES of electives; this list is not exhaustive, and courses other than those listed below can count towards the elective requirement. The spirit of the Minor elective is to take an additional course in leadership that compliments your other Minor coursework. You can identify another course you believe has a connection to leadership and request to your Minor advisor to be counted as your elective. Students will choose one three-credit elective in consultation with the minor advisor.

  • BIOE 150 Applied Ethics and Public Policy in Bioengineering (SP)

  • BMGT 360 Strategic Management of Human Capital

  • BMGT363F Leadership and Teamwork in Organizations

  • BMGT 390/ENES390H Systems Thinking for Managerial Decision Making (Restricted to Quest)

  • COMM 200 Critical Thinking and Speaking (OC)

  • COMM 324 Communication and Gender (UP)

  • EDCP 220 Introduction to Human Diversity in Social Institutions (UP)

  • EDCP 318 Applied Contextual Leadership

  • EDCP 418 Special Topics in Leadership (Some sections offered as CC)

  • ENCE 421 Legal Aspects of Engineering Practice

  • ENCE 422 Project Cost Accounting and Economics

  • ENCE 424 Communication for Project Managers

  • ENEE 200 Social & Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology (IE)

  • ENES 210 Entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis and Decision-Making in 21st Century Technology Ventures (SP, I-Series)

  • ENES316 Global Perspectives of Leadership for Engineering, Business, and Technology

  • ENES460 Fundamentals of Technology Start-Up Ventures (Restricted to students in Hillman Entrepreneurs Program)

  • ENES 462 Marketing High-Technology Products and Innovations (Restricted to students in Hinman CEOs or Hillman Entrepreneurs)

  • ENES 464 International Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Restricted to students in Hinman CEOs or Hillman Entrepreneurs except in summer)

  • ENES 480 Engineering Honors Seminar (1 credit)*

  • ENES 481 Engineering Honors Seminar (1 credit)*

  • ENES 498E Entrepreneurship in Chemical and Life Sciences

  • ENME 426/BMGT385 Product Management/Operations Management

  • ENME 466 Lean Six Sigma

  • ENME/ENES 467 Engineering for Social Change

  • ENME 489Q Managing for Innovation and Quality

  • GEMS 208 Special Topics in Leadership and Team Development (Restricted to students in Gemstone)

  • PHIL 282 Free Will & Determinism (HU)

  • PSYC 361 Survey of Industrial and Organizational Psychology

  • PUAF 201 Leadership for the Common Good (HS or SP/ISeries)

  • PUAF 214 Leading and Investing in Social Change: Redefining and Experimenting with Philanthropy (SP, I-Series)

  • PUAF 215 Innovation and Social Change: Creating Change for Good

  • PUAF 311 Women and Leadership

  • PUAF 312/PUAF359G Leading to Get Results

  • PUAF 313 Advocacy in the American Political System

  • PUAF 388D Do Good Now (SP, I-Series)

  • PUAF 388G Global Perspectives on Leading and Investing in Social Change

  • SOCY 325 The Sociology of Gender

  • SOCY 431 Principles of Organizations