Restriction: Sophomore standing or higher; must be a minor in Global Engineering Leadership (#EN09), Global Poverty (#AG06), Global Terrorism Studies (#BS07), or International Development and Conflict Management (#BS02). Credit only granted for: ENES472, SLLC471, or SLLC473. Additional information: Students not meeting restriction requirements should add themselves to the course holdfile. Restrictions DO NOT apply to winter and summer terms. Develop global leadership capacities and an understanding of the cultural aspects pertaining to industry and international business. In a globalized world, the ability to work, lead and communicate in culturally diverse settings has become a core component to leadership. Through real-world examples, research, and simulations, students will increase their self-awareness and understanding of culture and how culture influences attitudes, behaviors, and practices at the individual, organizational, or societal levels. Students will develop the skills necessary to navigate, negotiate, and lead cross-cultural engagements and teams. The course content is relevant and applicable to anyone interested in developing cross-cultural leadership competencies and cultivating a global mindset. Restricted to students with the minor in international engineering (#EN01), engineering leadership development (#EN04), and global engineering leadership (#EN09). Students in global poverty (#AG06), in terrorism studies (#BS07), or in international development and conflict management (#BS02) may request permission for the course by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All other students can be placed on a hold file.
Average GPA: 3.62 between 787 students
Average GPA: 3.64 between 850 students
"W"s are considered to be 0.0 quality points. "Other" grades are not factored into the average GPA calculation.