Answered by Rachel, Hiring Expert at Eaton, on Monday, August 14, 2017
In general, it is not necessary to add this information to your resume as just listing your degree and/or certifications in the education section of your resume is sufficient. The bigger interest from employers is the type of experience that you have, especially in the field. Experience as a full or part time employee, co-op or intern is of more interest to employers, usually, because we are looking to determine if you can do the job. Knowing what type of courses you took really does not tell us anything, unless you add the grad you received for it, and that at best, tells us that you have a theoretical understanding of the topic. Theory without practice is as attractive to employers, especially those looking to fill technical roles.