The new millennium has brought to the fore a global interest in the future of the energy industry. As more countries join the ranks of industrialized economies, the need for larger energy resources has dramatically increased. The growth of the energy sector has called for professionals who not only command a strong grasp of technical knowledge in the field, but also the leadership skills to be ethical problem solvers in a complex industry.
This cutting-edge certificate is particularly designed for students who are pursuing the Petroleum Engineering and Environmental Engineering majors at Marietta College.
Successful Application and Acceptance into the McDonough Leadership Program
Participation in the EXCEL Workshop (the orientation event for incoming McDonough Scholars)
LEAD 101 (Foundations of Leadership)
LEAD 103 (Organizational Leadership)
LEAD 140 (Leadership Practicum I)
LEAD 240 (Leadership Practicum II)
LEAD 203 (Global Leadership)
EGRG 325 (Economic Analysis and Investment Decision Models)
PETR 430 (Comprehensive Engineering Design Project)
Service-Learning: 50 hours of approved community service.