The minor in Engineering Science is valuable for non-engineering students who wish to enter the competitive job market with an understanding of the math, science, and design process involved in the Engineering field. Once through the 4 core engineering science courses, students have the opportunity to gain more specialized knowledge of a particular discipline by taking courses within the Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical engineering programs. Many of these courses have specific Math and Science prerequisites including but not limited to: MAT 151, MAT 152, and PHY 201.
Total Credit Hours: 19-21
1. Required courses (13 credits)
- ESC 110: Introduction to Engineering
- ESC 120: Design Tools and Processes
- ESC 210: Engineering Mechanics – Statics
- ESC 230: Mechanics of Materials
2. Two courses in any one of the three engineering programs below.
- CE 301: Structure Engineering
- CE 302: Transportation Engineering
- CE 303: Environmental Engineering
- CE 304: Geotechnical Engineering
- ECE 251: Digital Logic Design
- ECE 260: Electrical Circuits
- ESC 240: Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics
- ME 220: Kinematics and Mechanisms