Leadership education is about learning how to effectively handle complex, human challenges that often mean the difference between success and failure. Engineers are taught to think analytically and systematically. Leadership skills build on these strengths to make you a more effective engineer. More than just important, they are critical.
This certificate recognizes a demonstrated focus in leadership courses provided by the Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.
Students in the Engineering Leadership Certificate must successfully complete a minimum of three courses from the following list:
- TEP 322H1: Language & Power (formerly APS322) (HSS)
- TEP 343H1: Engineering Leadership (formerly APS343) (CS)
- TEP 442H1: Cognitive & Psychological Foundations of Effective Leadership (formerly APS442) (HSS)
- TEP 444H1: Positive Psychology for Engineers (formerly APS444) (HSS)
- TEP 445H1: The Power of Story: Discovering your Leadership Narrative (formerly APS445) (HSS)
- TEP 447H1: The Art of Ethical & Equitable Decision-Making in Engineering (formerly APS447) (HSS)
- TEP 448H1: System Mapping (CS)
- TEP 449H1: Intercultural Communication & Leadership