Area of Special Interest in HE

Area of Special Interest in Humanitarian Engineering

We are proud to announce Colorado School of Mines new Area of Special Interest in Humanitarian Engineering (ASI in HE). Now welcoming students for the Spring 2021 semester.

The ASI in HE is 12 credits (4 courses, one of which can be counted toward degree requirements) and gives students the opportunity to explore a breath of key topics, methods and design approaches related to humanitarian engineering. Our ASI in HE is designed for undergraduate students with strong interests in humanitarian engineering but do not have the time to commit to a full minor or do not have Capstone design as a requirement in their major. Please email Prof. Juan Lucena, Director of Humanitarian Engineering Undergraduate Programs, at jlucena@mines.edu and Julia Roos, Associate Director of Humanitarian Engineering, at jroos@mines.edu to sign up for the ASI or for advice on course selection.

 

Course Code
Course Title
Credits
H&SS Elective Credit
Introductory Course (3 credits)    
EDNS 315 ENGINEERING FOR SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY 3
Select one of the following (3 credits)
EDNS 301 HUMAN-CENTERED PROBLEM DEFINITION 3
EDNS 401 PROJECTS FOR PEOPLE 3 X
EDNS 430 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3
Select two of the following (6 credits)
EDNS 475 ENGINEERING CULTURES IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD 3
EDNS 477 ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 3
EDNS 478 ENGINEERING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE 3
EDNS 479 COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH 3
EDNS 480 ANTHROPOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT 3
HASS 325 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3
HASS 425 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 3