Complete Engineer - Self-Management



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Self-Management

There is no doubt that the hardest person to manage is yourself.

As an engineer you will be called to manage and lead projects, teams, organizations, etc. Therefore, an effective engineer must first lead and manage themselves by reflecting on one’s behavior and experience, managing one’s time, establishing personal goals, handling stress, etc.

As a student in the College of Engineering, you have the opportunity to develop this competency every day by balancing priorities relating to your academic, professional, and personal life. Whether you are creating your own mission statement and/or goals, making an active choice to uphold academic integrity on your tests or assignments, or simply making it a point to show up to class and appointments on time; you are creating habits that will allow you to effectively manage yourself and your path forward.

Curriculum that will contribute to the development of the self-management competency.
All classes will challenge your self-management competency by challenging you to think with specific deadlines to complete your work.

Co-curricular programs/activities that will contribute to the development of the self-management competency:



Services that will contribute to the development of the self-management competency: