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Engineering: Minor in Engineering

Students can earn a minor in Engineering Studies by completing 12 hours of engineering studies courses and an additional 3 hours in a related science field, typically Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, or Physics. Students should always check the current undergraduate catalog for up-to-date requirements.

Engineering Studies Minor - 15 hours
Six hours from CSCI 1301, CSCI 1371, ENGR 1170, ENGR 1371 or any 2000 level ENGR course
Six hours from ENGR 3322, ENGR 3100 or PHYS 3100,
Three hours from CHEM 3071, CHEM 3072, CHEM 3300, CHEM 3401, CSCI 3201, CSCI 3321, MATH 3460, MATH 3480, PHYS 3120, PHYS 3220, PHYS 3230, PHYS 3312, or STAT 3211

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