Minors are a way for a student to study a subject in depth, but not as extensive as a major degree program. Most minors are between 16 to 21 credit hours of coursework. At least 6 hours of coursework in the minor must be advanced (300-400 level) and distinct from credit earned for the student's major or a second minor. Students can read more campus level detail.

Students interested in either pursuing a Grainger College of Engineering minor or another campus minor should first meet with an academic advisor in the department offering the minor. Following that, students can:

Students should meet with an academic advisor in their Minor Department if requesting changes to the requirements for the Minor. 

NOTE:  Students pursuing a minor in Math may use MATH 257 to satisfy the MATH 415 requirement for the minor.  Please meet with an advisor in the Mathematics Department to submit a minor modification request.