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Minors

The Department of Engineering offers three minors: Industrial Engineering, Engineering, and Sustainability.

The Industrial Engineering Minor is appropriate for students who want to add considerations of efficiency, quality and safety to their study of a technical field such as mathematics, chemistry, or physics. The Engineering Minor is appropriate for students who want to add knowledge of engineering, but not specifically industrial engineering, to their study of a technical field. Courses in both minors have prerequisites that are not listed below, including Calculus I and II and College Physics I and II. Neither of these minors is available to students who are majoring in Industrial Engineering or Engineering.

Information about the Sustainability Minor is available here.

Specific Requirements for the Industrial Engineering Minor

Dept.Courses NumberTitlesCredits
EN 101 Problem Solving for Engineers 3
EN 103 Introduction to Engineering 2
EN 107 Engineering Graphics 2
EN 215 Intro to Indus & Sys Engineering 3
EN 343 Engineering Economy 3
TOTAL 13

PLUS three of the following:

Dept.Courses NumberTitlesCredits
EN 420 Simulation Experiments 4
EN 439 Human Performance Engineering 2
EN 440 Safety Engineering 3
EN 441 Manufacturing Processes 4
EN 443 Quality Control and Reliability 3
EN 471 Operations Research 3
EN 473 Computer Integrated
Manufacturing
3
EN 475 Facilities Planning and Design 3
EN 477 Operations Planning and Control 3
TOTAL 22-25

Specific Requirements for the Engineering Minor

Dept.Courses NumberTitlesCredits
EN 101 Problem Solving for Engineers 3
EN 103 Introduction to Engineering 2
EN 107 Engineering Graphics 2
EN 211 Engineering Mechanics I 3
EN 212 Engineering Mechanics II 3
EN 213/L Circuit Analysis I/Lab 5
EN 321 Thermodynamics 3
EN 343 Engineering Economy 3
TOTAL 24

Engineering Department

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