Please click here to visit the EMP website. Please contact them to talk about the specifics and how to sign up for the certificate.
There are two certificates. The Engineering Management Certificate is the most popular certificate. If you plan to start your own business you should do the Entrepreneurship Certificate. Junior Year is the best time to start the EMEN Certificate. Only a few of these courses can count towards Professional Area Electives. The others will count as Free Electives. Please see below (next to each course) what the course will count towards in the ASEN major requirements:
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
Students are encouraged to meet with their Faculty Mentor once a semester but are not required to meet with them every semester. All undergraduate ASEN students are encouraged to meet with their Faculty Advisor in the Fall semester.
Many of the sessions occur in a group setting so that you can meet upper-classmen that share similar interests in research.
Students need to fulfill:
The total number of H&SS credit hours that need to be completed is 18 semester credit hours.
Please follow these directions:
You can find open H&SS classes by using the Class Search feature in MyCUInfo for the current or future semester.
Please use this tool to search for open H&SS classes that fit your schedule. You'll need to click on the class to see if you have the prerequisites for them.
No. You must complete 6 credit hours of upper-division H&SS as well as 3 credit hours of upper-division writing for a total of 9 upper-division credits. You may not "double-dip" with HUEN 3100.
No. They are science classes. However, ASTR 2000 Ancient Astronomies of the World does count for LDHSS.
No. They are science classes.
No. You must complete 6 credit hours of upper-division H&SS as well as 3 credit hours of upper-division writing for a total of 9 upper-division credits. You may NOT "double-dip" with HUEN 3100.
Yes, you may but keep in mind that courses taught through the Division of Continuing Education are not part of your regular CU-Boulder tuition & bill - i.e. it will cost extra.
No, minors are not required. However, some minors can make you more marketable for future positions in industry.
If you're pretty certain that you'd like to begin taking classes for a particular minor, it's better to declare early. Once you've declared a minor then you can work with an advisor in that department to make sure you're taking the correct courses. Keep in mind that if you haven't declared a minor and the department decides to change the requirements, you will have to adjust to those requirements. Declaring early is best.
Professional Area Electives are 3000, 4000, & 5000-level Math, Science & Engineering Courses. Students can use PAE courses to specialize their degree focus. Aerospace majors must complete 15 credit hours of Professional Area Electives.
Another source is to look at the Graduate Program Focus Areas. For specific courses and course numbers, please read the Graduate Handbook. Graduate Courses in ASEN are restricted to graduate students and BS/MS students. Seniors will need instructor consent to take 5000-level ASEN courses. To obtain instructor consent, please email the instructor and give them your GPA. If they approve of your enrollment into their class they will need to either email Carrie Simon or Claire Yang to register you for the class.
. Please log onto MyCUInfo
Please see the answer to the question above and follow the same directions. One of the blue boxes lists Holds. Click on Details. This will take you to a screen that shows what the hold is. You will need to contact the department listed to remove the hold. If it is a Bursar's Office hold (i.e. unpaid balances, etc,) contact them - they often lift the hold for 24 hours so that you can register for classes. Other holds usually need some sort of resolution before they can be lifted.