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Minor in Engineering

Purpose

The minor in engineering is designed for students majoring in disciplines such as physics, math, chemistry and computer science, but it is available to students in all disciplines. It consists of 18 or 19 hours of engineering courses as listed below.

The engineering minor consists of the following courses (prerequisites are in parentheses).

  • Required courses
    • Engr 1000 Introduction to Engineering (1) or any introductory engineering course
    • Engr 1100 Engineering Graphics Fundamentals (2)
    • Engr 1200 Statics and Elementary Strength of Materials (3) (Math 1500 & Phys 2750)
    • Engr 2100 Circuit Theory (3) (CS 1040 & Phys 2760 concurrently)
    • Engr 2300 Engineering Thermodynamics (3) (Physics 2750)
    • IT 1040 Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming (3) OR
    • CS 1050 Algorithm Design and Programming (3)
    • 2000+ Engineering Elective from the list below (3-4)
  • Elective courses
    • Bio Engr 2180 Engineering Analysis of Bioprocesses (3) (Bio Sci 1500)
    • Ch Engr 2118 Intro to Energy Technology & Sustainability (3)
    • Ch Engr 2225 Mass and Energy Balance (3) (Phys 2750; Chem 2100)
    • Cv Engr 3100 Intro to Transportational Engineering (4) (Phys 2750)
    • Cv Engr 3200 Intro to Environmental Engineering (4) (Chem 1230)
    • Cv Engr 3700 Fluid Mechanics (3) (Phys 2750)
    • Cv Engr 4102 Infrastructure Management (3) (Cv Engr 3100)
    • Cv Engr 4250 Environmental Regulatory Compliance (3)
    • Cv Engr 4500 Construction Management (3)
    • Engr 2200 Strength of Materials (3) (Engr 1200)
    • ECE 2210 Intro to Digital Systems (3) (CS 1040 or CS 1050)
    • ECE 2110 Experimental Electrical Engineering I (3) (Engr 2100, concurrently)
    • IMSE 2030 Fundamentals of Systems Design & Analysis (3)
    • IMSE 2050 Industrial Systems Design (3) (CS 1030 or CS 1050)
    • IMSE 2110 Probability and Statistics for Engineers (3) (Math 1500)
    • IMSE 2210 Linear Algebra for Engineers (3)
    • IMSE 2410 Intro to Information Technologies (3) (CS 1040, 1050, & Math 1700)
    • IMSE 2710 Engineering Economic Analysis (3)
    • MAE 2600 Dynamics (3) (Engr 1200)

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