Global Humanitarian Engineering Emphasis (21 Credits)

This emphasis prepares a student for engineering in a global context. This emphasis is open to students pursuing a BSE (any concentration) or a Bioengineering Science degree. Students will complete a course of study and an international field work experience. After successful completion of this emphasis, the words Global Humanitarian Engineering Emphasis will appear in the student's transcript and diploma.

The Global Humanitarian Engineering coordinator can provide application details.

Required Courses:

21 credit hours required, selected as shown from the courses below.

Engineering (6)

ENGR 293Global Humanitarian Engineering Seminar I

1

ENGR 390Engineering in a Global Context (or GBUS 390)

4

ENGR 393International Experience

0

ENGR 493Global Humanitarian Engineering Seminar II

1

Religion (3-4)

RELH 303World Religions

4

RELM 233Introduction to Cross-Cultural Ministry

3

Culture and Business (7-8)

ANTH 225Cultural Anthropology

4

COMM 325Multicultural Communication

3

ECON 220Principles of International Development

4

ECON 410Comparative Economic Development

4

LANG 406Language and Culture

4

MGMT 380Principles of Project Management

4

MGMT 488Global Management and Marketing

4

SOCI 234Current Social Problems

4

SOCI 236Privilege and Oppression

4

SOCI 420Immigration and Identity

4

TECH 321Technology and Society

4

Ethics (4)

GBUS 463Business Ethics

4

PHIL 305Moral Philosophy

4

PHIL 496Seminar

4

RELT 348Christian Ethics

4

Two quarters of seminar are required, one prior to the international experience and one after. Topics classes or other appropriate classes may be substituted for classes in the culture and business, ethics, or religion requirements if approved by the Global Humanitarian Engineering Committee.