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Engineering Leadership Development Minor Courses
The ELD Minor is an 18 credit minor structured to allow customization based on student career goals and interest.
ENGR 408: Leadership Principles*
Students learn about leadership concepts, principles, and theories through discussions, projects, and readings. A grade of B or higher in this course grants you admission to the minor with grade of B and eligibility to take our remaining courses.
*ENGR 408 Admit Application - If you would like to take ENGR 408, but are not 5th semester standing, please fill out this application for consideration by the director and return to Mandy Thompson in 213 Hammond.
ENGR 407: Technology-Based Entrepreneurship
Students learn about business and entrepreneurship through risk-taking, creativity, and innovation.
ENGR 409: Leadership in Organizations
This "mini MBA" course includes the analysis of exemplary organizations.
ENGR 422: International Option*
International Leadership of Engineering and Development - 3 credits
This course focuses on leading international virtual cross-cultural interdisciplinary teams in developing engineering solutions relevant to today’s global economy. Students will have opportunities to work with students from other companies on a semester-long project. This course is only offered in the spring semester.
International Experience - .5 credits
During May-mester, students extend this course through an opportunity to travel to work live with international students from their group during the semester.
Select from more than 70 elective courses.
Choose from a variety of courses.