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:
- declare a minor by completing the online Minor Declaration Form;
- cancel their minor by completing the online Minor Cancellation Form.
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.