Maximize the value of your skills
ENGINEER 3CX3 provides students with the opportunity to earn course credit for valuable experiential learning that occurs while heavily involved in extracurricular clubs, teams and groups.
The student’s role and work must be non-technical in nature, as this course is meant to be the complementary elective version of the technical course for experiential credit offered already (Engineer 4EX3).
Non-technical roles could be positions with the McMaster Engineering Society (MES), MacChangers, Engineers Without Borders, Women in Engineering, Engineering Musical, Sport Teams, etc.
What to expect
“Overall, this course greatly changed my perspective and added more meaning to mundane actions. It helped me find a purpose in what I was doing and validate the time spent on sports beyond just personal enjoyment.”
“Taking this course helped me learn how to adjust to new circumstances and design new plans to still meet my goals.”
“I was able to dedicate time towards further developing my leadership skills through the activities and reflections of ENGINEER 3CX3 during my time as the 2022-2023 Vice President of Finance & Administration of the McMaster Engineering Society.”