The Social Science department will be offering a new course this summer that helps to satisfy elective requirements for the Humanitarian Engineering minor and may be of interest to students in your programs. SS3105-Native American and Indigenous Communities will be offered during Track A in a hybrid format M-R 12:30-1:35 in AOB 201.
Looking for a way to get involved in an organization that both interests you and meets your educational goals? The Green Campus Enterprise welcomes ALL majors and focuses on projects pertaining to sustainability around Michigan Tech campus. Everyone works in teams to perform weekly tasks to meet attainable goals, and develop lasting relationships while learning and working towards a more environmental friendly Michigan Tech.
Green Campus Enterprise (GCE) designs and implements projects to improve the sustainability of the Michigan Tech campus. GCE works closely with Michigan Tech administration to effectively engage the university community in reducing its carbon footprint, which it measures annually.
Green Campus Enterprise meets on Thursdays from 5-6 pm during Fall and Spring semester. Talk to your advisor to find out how you can use Enterprise credits to complete degree requirements.
Students who would like to know more about computer programing may be interested in CS1090 (Introduction to Computing Principles) this spring. This course can be used as a professional elective for both Civil and Environmental Engineering students.
Description: Intro to fundamentals of computing using Python for students with no prior programming experience. Students develop computational thinking skills vital for success. Course uses programming to introduce algorithms, abstraction, data, global impact, and internet technologies.
Permission of instructor is needed to enroll in the course. Link to course information is below.
The Consumer Product Manufacturing Enterprise will be holding and virtual information session Thursday, December 3rd at 6:00 PM through zoom. The enterprise is actively seeking new students to join the enterprise. All students are encouraged to attend regardless of year or major. Our hope is that all of the students who participate in CPM will leave empowered with the entrepreneurial, technical, and professional skills to conceive, develop, and market successful products in a company setting. Skills learned in manufacturing disposable consumer products will be readily applicable to other types of products and commodities. We actively promote the expectation that some of our students will go on past graduation to start their own successful business ventures