Engineering Leadership and Teamwork

Step Into Your Leadership

Designing and manufacturing engineering systems and products relies on a technical and mathematical foundation. The most successful projects require engineers who understand leadership and who can take initiative, foster a united team, communicate clearly with stakeholders and rise up to the challenges in front of them.

Unsure about how to effectively direct a team? Through the Coulter School of Engineering's industry-relevant credentials, current Clarkson University students, alumni and working professionals can hone their engineering leadership and teamwork skills in preparation for project management responsibilities. Supported by a micro-credential, these short classes complement your technical skill set, enhance your curricular courses and professional expertise, help you stand out in the job market and prepare you for the next stage of your career.

Areas and Subjects Covered

  • Effective Communications
  • Project Leadership
  • Teamwork

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What to Expect

Personalize your education and prepare to achieve your professional goals with the in-demand skills employers want. Select courses that best align with your interests from more than 25 programs.

We design all industry-relevant credentials with input from industry leaders and current faculty. Engaging sessions focus on engineering leadership and collaboration and reflect Clarkson's academic excellence and unique hands-on approach.  

When Are Courses Held?

Sign up throughout the academic year, during summer break or when you best see fit. Clarkson holds courses year-round, allowing you to start and complete an industry-relevant credential in engineering leadership or teamwork around your lifestyle.

Course Formats

Make progress at your own pace and on your own schedule through online, asynchronous courses, no matter if you are a current undergraduate student or a busy working professional. For skills that require person-to-person interaction or firsthand experience, expect to attend a hybrid or in-person training session.


Master specific abilities through active, hands-on learning experiences. Track your progress with in-class quizzes, assignments, instructor feedback and other evaluation methods. Earn the confidence to apply what you acquired in internships, co-ops, your current job or a new position.

Earn a Clarkson Micro-credential

Signal to employers that you are ready for new challenges. Whether on LinkedIn, your portfolio or a professional website, a micro-credential reflects what you have accomplished at a tech-forward institution known as America's Corporate Partner University. 

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Sign Up for an Industry-Relevant Engineering Leadership & Teamwork Credential

Contact us to learn more about our course offerings and how you can enroll.


Phone: 315-268-6446