Prospective Students

Certificate Requirements


 

 

Required Courses*

ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Schedule and Risk (Engineering Ethics)

CEE 1210 Engineering and Sustainable Development

 

Business Perspective - Select One 

ENGR 1060 Social Entrepreneurship

ENGR 0715 Engineering Applications for Society

BUSECN 1010 Business Economics

BUSMKT 1040 Introduction to Marketing

ENGR 1050: Product Realization

ENGR 1610: International Product Realization

IE 1039 Entrepreneurship for Engineers

CEE 1218 Design for the Environment

CEE 1209: Life Cycle Assessment Methods & Tools

 

U.S. Track 

International Track 

In Depth Service Learning Project  

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(3 credits) 

Subject to Committee Pre-Approval**

In Depth Service Learning Project  

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(3 credits) 

Subject to Committee Pre-Approval**

 

 

Societal Perspective – Select One 

Societal Perspective – Select One  

(Examples for the U.S.) 

(Examples for Latin America)  

PS 0200 American Political Process

SPAN 0082 Latin America Today

PS 0300 Comparative Politics

SOC 0362 Latin American Societies

SOC 0312 Science in Society

SOC 0432: Wealth and Power

SOC 0432: Wealth and Power

SOC 0444: Urban Sociology

SOC 0434: Political Sociology

PS 1321 Latin American Politics

SOC 0444: Urban Sociology

PS 1503: International Organization

SOC 1445: Society and Environment

PS 1542: Global Environmental Politics

ANTH 1777: American Culture

ENGR 2210 Understanding Brazil

* Successful completion of the Engineering for Humanity Certificate requires a minimum QPA of 2.5 in the five, committee approved Engineering for Humanity plan of study courses.

** The overseeing faculty may accept requests for class substitutions per their discretion and per the nature of the service learning project.

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