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Graduate Minor in
Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management


The Graduate Minor in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management comprises three courses totaling 12 credits.

Course List — Graduate Minor in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management 

Required Courses (12 credits)
Title Abbreviation Description Credits
Project Management for Professionals ENGR 405* Covers the essential concepts and skills needed to make effective contributions on projects, on time and within budget. 3 credits
Engineering Leadership for Corporate Innovation ENGR 501 Traditional and contemporary leadership theory is analyzed to determine effective strategies for leading projects and innovation within an engineering context. 3 credits
Engineering Across Cultures and Nations ENGR 802 Explores cultural differences and impact on business practices and team dynamics working on virtual project teams with global partner universities. 3 credits
Engineering Product Innovation ENGR 804 Develop competencies for leading new product/process development or participating in corporate spin-outs using entrepreneurial skills within a corporation. 3 credits

*Related courses may be substituted for ENGR 405 per an approved list of courses by the Engineering Leadership Development Office at [email protected].

Master of Engineering Management Students

The Master of Engineering Management course list can be customized to allow students in the master's program to earn the Graduate Minor in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management without taking on additional credits or costs.

Course Substitutions
Instead of Take this During this semester
MNGMT 511 and BADM 828 ENGR 501 and ENGR 802 Year 1, Semester 2
ENGMT 511 ENGR 804 Year 1, Semester 3

Master of Engineering Management students will take SYSEN 505 instead of ENGR 405. 

Course Availability

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