## 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 117 Introductory Physics I
- EGR 100 Engineering for Everyone
- One course from:

- 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

- One course from (not same as above):

- 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

- One course from (not same as above):

- 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