Chris Webster Graduates from the Colorado School of Mines

Frater Chris Webster has graduated from the Colorado School of Mines, having earned the MS in ETM (Engineering and Technology Management).

The ETM program attracts engineers and applied scientists who want to be successful as managers and leaders in a technical environment. The program emphasizes the fundamental principles and best practices associated with the science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing activities that have an engineering component.

The program requires 30 credit hours. Non-thesis and thesis students undertake 15 credit hours of core courses and 15 hours of specialization courses and/or thesis work.

Last summer, Chris did a Spanish immersion program at Escuela Habla Ya in Boquette, Panama. Chris spent 3 weeks in school followed by a week in in Bocas del Toro during which he dived Isla Coiba.

New qualification in hand, Chris is currently in the market for  a job.