This certificate creates an opportunity for interested students to gain specialized expertise and recognition for a personal and professional commitment to enhanced communication skills.
With the certificate, participating students can establish communication expertise through courses that expand on communication practices in contexts beyond engineering, deepen theoretical understanding of communication, and facilitate professional development in writing, oral communication, and critical thinking.
Students in the Communication Certificate must successfully complete a minimum of three of the following courses:
|TEP281H1 (formerly APS281H1) Language and Meaning|
|TEP320H1 (formerly APS320H1) Representing Science on the Stage|
|TEP 321H1 (formerly APS321H1) Representing Science and Technology in Popular Media|
|TEP322H1 (formerly APS322H1) Language and Power|
|TEP323H1 (formerly APS323H1) Writing Lab|
|TEP324H1 (formerly APS324H1) Engineering and Social Justice|
|TEP325H1 (formerly APS325H1) Engineering and Science in the Arts|
|TEP445H1 (formerly APS445H1) The Power of Story: Discovering Your Leadership Narrative|
|INI304H1 Critical Thinking and Inquiry in Written Communication|
|INI305H1 Word and Image in Modern Writing|
Further details on obtaining an Undergraduate Engineering Certificate are available here .