Many schools and departments teach courses particularly inviting to graduate students from other fields.
The Student Activities and Leadership (SAL) office provides a web listing of courses with leadership content. See their web site.
Check Stanford's course data base, Explore Courses, to search for interdisciplinary and outward facing classes that may be of interest to you. Here are a sampling of courses.
|Course name and descriptionn|
|Center for Teaching and Learning||
CTL offers several courses open to graduate students dealing with speaking, teaching, and communication skills
|Graduate School of Business||A number of courses taught by the GSB are open to non-GSB students (see registration information)|
See in particular IP: Scientific Evidence in Patent Litigation (Course number 343, Spring Quarter). TGR students from the sciences and engineering are especially encouraged to consider this 3-unit class. (Note: TGR status permits enrollment in up to 3 units.)
|Medical School||PEDS 230 Medicine
for Innovators and Entrepreneurs [Spring quarter]
PSYC 230. Freud, Human Behavior, and Medical Care [Spring Quarter]
|School of Education||EDUC.193F: Psychological Well-Being on Campus: Asian American Perspectives [Spring quarter]|
|School of Engineering||
- Engr 103, Public Speaking (AUT, WIN, SPR)
- Athletics 196, Happiness (1 unit)