Engineering Leadership Course Lists

This list is occasionally updated. If you wish to inquire about a course not listed, email Dr. Wolfinbarger, kimw@ou.edu.

Pillar 1: Personal Development
AME 4303Designing for Open Innovation3
C S 5970Graduate Seminar (Section 995 - AI & Ethics)1-3
CEES 4243Water Technologies for Emerging Regions3
CEES 4273WaTER Technical Field Methods3
COMM 2413Media Literacy3
ECE 2523Probability, Statistics and Random Processes3
ECON 1113Principles of Economics-Macro3
ECON 1123Principles of Economics-Micro3
ECON 3113Intermediate Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 3133Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory3
ECON 3213Environmental Economics3
ENGR 3051Experiential Leadership1
ENGR 4003Engineering Practice (iCCEW)3
ENGR 4023Disruptive and Innovative Technology Ideation3
ENGR 3440Mentored Research Experience (or similar course with school-specific prefix)3
ENGR 4513Introduction to Sustainable Engineering3
ENT 2113Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Cannot receive credit for both ENT 2113 and ENGR 5970 - Entrepreneurship for Science & Technology)3
ENT 3193Social Entrepreneurship3
GEOG 4493Systems Thinking and Knowledge Integration3
HSTM 2423Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Technology, Environment and Medicine3
HSTM 3413Biomedical Ethics3
ISE 3293Applied Engineering Statistics3
PHIL 1103Critical Reasoning3
PHIL 1213Introduction to Ethics3
PHIL 1273Introduction to Business Ethics3
PHIL 3263Virtue Ethics3
PHIL 3273Ethics and Business3
PHIL 3293Environmental Ethics3
P SC 3553International Political Economy3
PSY 2403Introduction to Personality3
PSY 3203Cognitive Psychology3
PSY 3703Social Psychology3
PSY 4313Motivation3
Pillar 2: Interpersonal Relationships
ANTH 4903Race and Ethnicity3
COMM 1113Principles of Communication3
COMM 2003Communication in Non-Western Culture3
COMM 2113Business and Professional Communication3
COMM 2213Interpersonal Communication3
COMM 2613Public Speaking3
COMM 3223Small Group Communication3
COMM 3253Persuasion Principles3
COMM 3413Interethnic Communication3
COMM 3483Communication and Argumentation3
COMM 3513Intercultural Communication3
COMM 3543Conflict Management and Negotiation3
EDAH 2962Student Affairs Leadership (Cannot receive credit for both EDAH 2962 and ENGR 1401)2
ENGL 3113Nature/Environment/Science Writing3
ENGL 3153Technical Writing3
GEOL 3333Geowriting3
H R 3013Introduction to Human Relations3
H R 3043Interpersonal Skills and Group Dynamics3
H R 3403History of Racism3
H R 3413Cultural Awareness in Human Relations3
H R 4170Special Topics in Human Relations (Making Men: Media, Violence, & Misogyny)1-3
H R 4170Special Topics in Human Relations (Diversity in the Workplace)1-3
H R 4170Special Topics in Human Relations (LGBTQ Issues in the Workplace)1-3
HSTM 3253Race and Science3
HSTM 3353Science and Empire3
P SC 2703Justice, Liberty and the Good Society3
PSY 2403Introduction to Personality3
PSY 3703Social Psychology3
PSY 4793Psychology of Groups3
SOC 3353Race, Class and Gender3
or WGS 3353 Race, Class & Gender
SOC 3683Wealth, Power, and Prestige3
WGS 3393Gender and Identity in STEM3
WGS 3443Gender & Interpersonal Comm3
Pillar 3: Management & Teamwork
EDAH 2962Student Affairs Leadership (Cannot receive credit for both EDAH 2962 and ENGR 1401)2
ENGR 1401Dean's Leadership Council (repeatable up to 3 times)1
ENGR 4003Engineering Practice (iCCEW section only)3
ENGR 4223Fundamentals of Project Management3
H R 3203Introduction to Organizational Studies3
H R 4013Social Change Process3
ISE 5713Engineering Project Management3
MGT 3013Principles of Organization and Management3
MGT 3363Organizational Behavior3
NAS 3323Tribal Service Learning3
NAS 4363Tribal Governance and Leadership3
NPNG 2033Introduction to Nonprofits3
NPNG 3033Nonprofit Management3
NPNG 4033Leadership & Planning3
PSY 3703Social Psychology3
PSY 3753Introduction to Industrial Organizational Psychology3
PSY 4793Psychology of Groups3
Pillar 4: Leadership
AFAM 4713Afrocentric Thinking and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFAM 4823African American Politics and Public Policy3
AME 4303Designing for Open Innovation3
COMM 3243Communication and Social Change3
COMM 3253Persuasion Principles3
COMM 3543Conflict Management and Negotiation3
COMM 4323Political Communication3
ENGR 1401Dean's Leadership Council (repeatable up to 3 times)1
GEOG 4333Corporate Environmental Strategy3
GEOG 4493Systems Thinking and Knowledge Integration3
HIST 3663The American Presidency & the Presidents, Washington-Trump3
H R 3203Introduction to Organizational Studies3
H R 4013Social Change Process3
H R 4303Human Relations in Action3
MGT 3363Organizational Behavior3
NAS 3323Tribal Service Learning3
NAS 4363Tribal Governance and Leadership3
PHIL 3273Ethics and Business3
PHIL 3293Environmental Ethics3
P SC 3143U.S. Congress3
P SC 3163The American Presidency3
P SC/WGS 3043Gender, Power and Leadership in Politics and Public Administration3
P SC 3403Interest Groups and Social Movements3
PSY 3703Social Psychology3
PSY 3753Introduction to Industrial Organizational Psychology3
PSY 4313Motivation3
PSY 4793Psychology of Groups3
SOC 3683Wealth, Power, and Prestige3
SOC 3353Race, Class and Gender3
or WGS 3353 Race, Class & Gender
WGS 3233Women Creating Social Change3
WGS 3473Red Dirt Women and Power3
WGS 3563Gender and Global Politics3
WGS 3703Female Heroism in Hollywood3
Pillar 5: Intercultural Competence
ANY course taken during study abroad will satisfy this requirement, as the study abroad experience is assumed to support the development of intercultural competence.
AFAM 2113Africa and the Diaspora3
AFAM 3123West African and African-American Experiences3
AFAM 3343Black Greek Letter Organizations3
AFAM 4713Afrocentric Thinking and the Civil Rights Movement3
AFAM 4823African American Politics and Public Policy3
ANTH 2203Global Cultural Diversity3
ANTH 3423Anthropology of Religion3
ANTH 3453Contemporary Native American Issues3
ANTH 3553Peoples of the Pacific Islands3
ANTH 4303Women and Development in Africa3
ANTH 4623Approaches to Cross-Cultural Human Problems3
CEES 4243Water Technologies for Emerging Regions3
CEES 4273WaTER Technical Field Methods3
COMM 2003Communication in Non-Western Culture3
COMM 3413Interethnic Communication3
COMM 3513Intercultural Communication3
ECON 3513Labor Problems3
ECON 3613International Trade Theory and Problems3
ECON 4853World Economic Development3
ENGR 4513Introduction to Sustainable Engineering (Cannot receive credit for both GEOG 3233 and ENGR 4513)3
GEOG 3213Principles of Human Geography3
GEOG 3233Principles of Sustainability (Cannot receive credit for both GEOG 3233 and ENGR 4513)3
GEOG 3243Principles of Economic Geography3
GEOG 3443Environment and Society3
GEOG 3513Political Geography3
GEOG 3523Managing for a Changing Climate3
GEOG 4003The Global City and Planning Issues3
GEOG 4333Corporate Environmental Strategy3
GEOG 4573Indigenous Peoples and Resources3
GEOL 3033Earth Resources and the Environment3
H R 3403History of Racism3
H R 3413Cultural Awareness in Human Relations3
H R 4170Special Topics in Human Relations (Diversity in the Workplace)1-3
H R 4170Special Topics in Human Relations (Making Men: Media, Violence, & Misogyny)1-3
HIST 3193Modern France: Gender, Religion and Nation3
HIST 3233Modern Spain3
HIST 3543The History of Modern American Women3
HIST 3723Africa Since 19453
HIST 3743African-American History to 18773
HIST 3853Japan to 18503
HIST 3923China Since 19113
HIST 3933U.S. Queer History3
HIST 3953The Modern Middle East3
HON 2963Perspectives on the Global Experience (Globalizing Africa)3
HON 3993Honors Colloquium (Lives in Science: Biography in the History of Science and Medicine)3
Other HON with approval
HSTM 2423Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Technology, Environment and Medicine3
HSTM 3253Race and Science3
HSTM 3353Science and Empire3
HSTM 3533Science and Global Politics in the Modern Era: Cross-Cultural Perspectives3
IAS 2003Understanding the Global Community3
IAS 2123China Today3
IAS 3323The Political Economy of Development3
IAS 3783US-Arab Cultural Encounters3
IAS 3810Journey to Africa (max 3 hours)1-6
IAS 3920Journey to Italy (max 3 hours)1-6
IAS 3930Journey to China (max 3 hours)1-6
IAS 3940Journey to Latin America (max 3 hours)1-6
Other IAS with approval
MLLL 3123Russian Culture and Civilization3
MLLL 3393Italian Cultural Literacy3
MLLL 3413Arabic Literature and Culture3
MLLL 3633Modern Japanese Literature and Culture3
MLLL 3753Modern Chinese Literature and Culture3
MLLL 3823German Culture and Thought3
MLLL 4113Cultures in Portuguese: Brazil, Portugal, and Beyond3
MLLL 4553Lat America in its Lit: The Search for a Latin-American Identity3
MLLL 4753The Chinese Way of Thinking: Language, Culture, & Cognition3
Other MLLL with approval
NAS 3113Native American Philosophy3
NAS 3313Introduction to Native Peoples and Sustainability3
NAS 3323Tribal Service Learning3
NAS 4113Oklahoma Tribal History3
NAS 4363Tribal Governance and Leadership3
NAS 4373International Indigenous Issues 3
NAS 4433Native American Women3
P SC 2703Justice, Liberty and the Good Society3
P SC 3713The Idea of a Liberal Society3
P SC 2503Global Politics3
P SC 2603Governments Around the World3
P SC 3553International Political Economy3
P SC 3643Democracies and Democratization: A Comparative Inquiry3
P SC 3653Government and Politics of Latin America3
P SC 3663Politics of the Middle East3
P SC 3923World Happiness3
P SC 3953Bhutan Democracy and Happiness3
SOC 4873World Religions and Society3
WGS 3393Gender and Identity in STEM3