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Engineering Sciences Minors
Students can add engineering sciences to their liberal arts studies in a variety of ways to gain the analytical, creative, and communications skills necessary for leadership in any field.
For additional information about majors, courses, and degree requirements:
Engineering Sciences Minor
Students can choose to complement a major in another discipline with a minor in engineering sciences. The minor consists of all required prerequisites, plus three core engineering courses and two engineering electives.
Human-Centered Design Minor
The human-centered design minor is an interdisciplinary program focused on the process of innovation for addressing human needs. The minor combines engineering and design-thinking with a range of liberal arts courses.
Materials Science Minor
Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Sciences departments jointly offer the interdisciplinary minor in materials science. The four-course minor can be combined with the majors from each of the three areas.
Declaring Your Minor
Ready to declare your minor?
Meet with your engineering faculty advisor early to develop a plan of study prior to declaring your engineering major. For additional advice about the minor, contact Professor Douglas Van Citters, Chair of the Department of Engineering Sciences.
Use the DartWorks system to plan and submit the declaration of your minor. For additional guidance about the process, contact Undergraduate Programs Administrator Jenna Wheeler or visit the Academic and Student Affairs Office in MacLean 103.