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Advising

Advisers for all students in the minor are members of the engineering faculty. Each student is expected to meet with her minor adviser at least once a semester to discuss her academic interests and seek help in planning her courses and registering for classes.

Requirements

Please note that many engineering courses listed below have math prerequisites. Please plan accordingly.

The requirements for the minor in engineering comprise a total of five courses. These courses must include:

  • PHY 210 Mathematical Methods of Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • MTH 211 Linear Algebra
  • MTH 212 Calculus II
  • MTH 222 Differential Equations
  • MTH 219 Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Mathematicians and Computer Scientists
  • MTH 220 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
  • EGR 110 Fundamental Engineering Principles
  • EGR 220 Engineering Circuit Theory
  • EGR 270 Engineering Mechanics
  • EGR 290 Engineering Thermodynamics
  • EGR 110 Fundamental Engineering Principles
  • EGR 220 Engineering Circuit Theory
  • EGR 270 Engineering Mechanics
  • EGR 290 Engineering Thermodynamics
  • EGR 320 Signals and Systems
  • EGR 326 Dynamic Systems & Introduction to Control Theory
  • EGR 363 Mass and Heat Transfer
  • EGR 374 Fluid Mechanics
  • EGR 375 Strength of Materials
  • EGR 312 Atmospheric Processes
  • EGR 315 Ecohydrology
  • EGR 320 Signals and Systems
  • EGR 325 Electric Power Systems
  • EGR 326 Dynamic Systems & Introduction to Control Theory
  • EGR 328 Seminar: Wireless Sensor Networks
  • EGR 330 Engineering and Global Development
  • EGR 333 Technological Risk Assessment and Communication
  • EGR 340 Geotechnical Engineering
  • EGR 346 Hydrosystems Engineering
  • EGR 350 Engineering and Cancer
  • EGR 351 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
  • EGR 363 Mass and Heat Transfer
  • EGR 372 Advanced Solid Mechanics and Failure Analysis
  • EGR 373 Skeletal Biomechanics
  • EGR 374 Fluid Mechanics
  • EGR 375 Strength of Materials
  • EGR 377 Aerial Vehicle Design
  • EGR 388 Seminar in Photovoltaic and Fuel Cell System Design
  • EGR 389 Techniques for Modeling Engineering Processes
  • other 300-level EGR courses as they are added