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Engineering

Minor


College: College of Engineering

Description

The minor in engineering is designed for students majoring in disciplines such as physics, math, chemistry and computer science, but it is available to students in all disciplines.

Minor Requirements

A minimum of 23 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.25 or a grade of at least a “C” for each course.

Coursework Overview

Requirements:
Sem. Hrs.
  ENGR 1402, Concepts of Engineering or equivalent
   Equivalency will be decided by the minor advisor.
2
  ENGR 1412, Software Applications for Engineers or equivalent
  Equivalency will be decided by the minor advisor.
2
  ENGR 2403, Statics
3
  ENGR 2423 AND ENGR 2421, Electric Circuits I and Laboratory OR
ENGR 2413 AND ENGR 2411, Mechanics of Materials and Laboratory
4

  Additional credit hours of other ENGR, CE, EE, or ME prefixed courses of 2000, 3000 or 4000 level courses. These courses must include:

- At least, one additional regular engineering laboratory course selected from ENGR 2411, Mechanics of Materials Laboratory, ENGR 2421, Laboratory for Electric Circuits I, or any 3000 or 4000-level CE, EE, ENGR or ME laboratory course.

- No more than 4 credit hours of these additional 12 hours can be 2000-level.

- No more than 3 credit hours of the 12 can be special problems, student research, independent study, internship, honors senior thesis, or other non-standard courses.

- The student should be aware that additional credit hours, for example from other engineering, mathematics, or science courses, may be indirectly required to satisfy all formal prerequisite and corequisite requirements for the engineering courses designated for the minor, as per the A-State Undergraduate Bulletin.

12
Total Required Hours:
23

Please consult with your advisor if you plan on pursuing a minor in Engineering.