The College of Engineering and Applied Science offers certificate and minor programs, which can be obtained along with the EVEN degree:
Certificate in Engineering Science and Society: This program considers the question: “How can the increasingly vast powers of science be guided toward the solution of human problems and kept from aggravating them.” Students are guided toward courses that will help them identify and become engaged in the ethical and policy issues, and the risks as well as the benefits of engineering, applied science and technology.
Engineering Management Minor, Engineering Entrepreneurship Certificate and Engineering Management Certificate: Students take courses in engineering management, business plan preparation, finance, economics, and marketing.
Global Engineering Minor: Undergraduate minor focusing on how to operate in an international context from an engineering perspective, including international teamwork. Students take courses in global perspective, regional/local perspective, foreign language and acquire a global experience (approved study, research, or internship abroad, or equivalent experience) in coherence with a language/regional course selection.
Energy Certificate: CU-Boulder's undergraduate renewable and sustainable energy (RSE) certificate program provides a broad exposure to energy issues, with an emphasis on renewable and sustainable energy. Required coursework on energy science and technology, policy, and economics; coupled with electives on energy and environment, journalism, ethics, and other topics, gives students the skills and knowledge to tackle society's pressing energy problems.
Energy Engineering Minor: The CU Energy Engineering Minor aims to prepare students with the background and tools to be leaders in energy technology, policy and research. The minor requirements consist of a selection of technical energy courses, an energy policy course, and an interdisciplinary projects course, which is comprised of students who are enrolled in the energy engineering minor, and is focused on the design and analysis of energy technologies from a technical, economic and policy perspective.
Engineering Leadership Program: Students have an opportunity to pursue leadership courses and experiences.
More Minors and Certificates are available in the College of Engineering and Applied Science in: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Renewable Energy Systems, and Signals and Systems as well as in Applied Mathematics. Minors are also available through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Leeds School of Business. Minors typically require 18-33 credits in the discipline, including some specific coursework.
Other certificate and minor programs are available throughout the CU-Boulder campus, in many different disciplines. Some minors are particularly compatible with the EVEN BS degree: Applied Math, Chemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Electrical Renewable Energy Systems, Geological Sciences, and Math. The Academic Advisor can provide more details on how these minors fit with the EVEN degree requirements.