Professional Development Courses for Graduate Students

Professional Development Courses

 

Mines is dedicated to providing professional development opportunities to ensure graduate students are well prepared and ready to transition into a career in science or engineering. There are a number of courses and areas of interest to meet these unique needs. For questions, contact Roel Snieder or Jenny Briggs.

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Personal Development

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Research Skills

  • SYGN501: Research skills for graduate students
  • SYGN502: Introduction to research ethics
  • PHGN503: Responsible conduct of research
  • CHGN540: Professional skills for chemical scientists
  • CBEN630: Proposal preparation
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Communication

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Industrial Operations

  • EBGN526: Stochastic models in management science
  • EBGN528: Industrial systems simulation
  • EBGN553: Project management
  • EBGN566: Technology entrepreneurship
  • EBGN577: Leading and managing high-performance teams
  • AMFG522: Lean Manufacturing 
  • AMFG523: Design and Analysis of Experiments
  • AMFG581: Optimization Models in Manufacturing
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Business

  • EBGN528: Industrial systems simulation
  • ENGN540: Accounting and finance
  • EBGN553: Project management
  • EBGN562: Strategic decision making
  • EBGN566: Technology entrepreneurship
  • EBGN577: Leading and managing high-performance teams
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Innovation

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Environment & Sustainability

  • HASS525: Environmental communication
  • HASS587: Environmental politics and policy
  • CEEN501: Life cycle assessment
  • CEEN592: Environmental law
  • CEEN610: International environmental law
  • CEEN595: Analysis of environmental impact
  • PEGN530: Environmental law and sustainability
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Law & Policy

  • HASS587: Environmental politics and policy
  • EBGN567: Business law and ethics
  • CEEN592: Environmental law
  • CEEN610: International environmental law
  • PEGN530: Environmental law and sustainability
  • HASS492: Energy and security policy
  • HASS591: Energy politics
  • HASS593 Natural resources and energy policy
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Ethics

  • SYGN502: Introduction to research ethics
  • PHGN503: Responsible conduct of research
  • CSCI532: Robot ethics

Request Info

Roel Snieder

Roel Snieder

W.M. Keck Distinguished Professor of Professional Development Education

303-273-3456

Jenny Briggs

Jenny Briggs

Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies

303-273-3461