Engineering Minor

Engineering students acquire technology-based, problem solving skills in a traditional liberal arts context with an emphasis on project design and completion. Following graduation, students employ their skills in a wide range of technical careers, such as electrical engineering, computer-technology, research and aerospace.

A minor in engineering requires the following courses:

  • PHY 2234 University Physics I
  • PHY 2244 University Physics II
  • EGR 1413 Engineering Graphics
  • EGR 2033 Mechanics of Materials
  • EGR 2363 Statics
  • EGR 3043 Engineering Thermodynamics I

In addition, one of the following must be chosen:

  • EGR 2464 Electric Circuits I
  • EGR 3134 Electronics I
  • EGR 3434 Digital Electronics