Engineering Sciences Minor
The Engineering Sciences minor is geared towards students who are looking for a professional future working closely with engineers. Coursework takes non-engineering students through the material and projects that engineering students take in their first and last years of study. The learning goals include:
- Develop a basic understanding of the engineering design process
- Understand the capabilities and limitations of technologies and engineered systems
- Be able to make informed decisions about engineering activities and technologies
- Be able to work effectively as a member of a team including technology experts
Outline for the Engineering Sciences Minor
Students must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours in order to receive the minor. Course work includes:
- Introduction to Engineering courses through the First-Year Engineering program
- Complimentary Engineering Science offered through various engineering departments
- Technology and Society options offered through various departments, including the EED history courses
- Capstone Interdisciplinary Teamwork Experience through a department based Capstone or the EED Multidisciplinary Capstone Program
Use the following when working with your academic advisor. If you have questions, please contact the program advisor.
For further information, please contact Dr. Lisa Abrams, the minor program advisor and Associate Chair of the EED.
Associate Chair, EED