E-LEAP fulfills three graduation requirements with two classes. These requirements are Social & Behavioral Science, Humanities and Diversity.
E-LEAP courses provide opportunities to be with one professor and the same classmates for an entire year.
E-LEAP courses focus on the ethical standards of engineers in national and global settings in the fall class (LEAP 1501) and on how concepts of community have developed and been implemented in the American experience in the spring semester (LEAP 1500).
Engineering majors that require taking E-LEAP:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mining Engineering majors are required to take E-LEAP for both semester
- E-LEAP Classes also provide:
Library Research Strategies
Connections to the Honors Program
Dianne Leonard Pam Hofmann
Academic Program Coordinator Adminstrative Assistant
College of Engineering Dean’s Office College of Mines & Earth Science
801 585-7769 801 585-3064