School of Science & Engineering


The School of Science & Engineering minors are open to all students and can be paired with a variety of majors. If your major is outside of science and engineering, you may need to take additional courses to meet the requirements. We have provided the typical coursework below to give you a good idea of what topics you will get the chance to study with each minor.

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18-hour Minor

A biology minor includes Foundations of Modern Biology I & II.


16-hour Minor

A chemistry minor includes General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Analytical Chemistry.

Computer Science

16-hour Minor

This minor is completed in the Department of Computer Science.

Information Systems

15-hour Minor

This minor is completed in the Department of Computer Science.


16-hour Minor

The mathematics minor requires Calculus I and II. Additional course selection in advanced mathematics will be made to complement the student’s mathematics interests and objectives.


16-hour Minor

A physics minor includes General Physics and Modern Physics. Some mathematics skill pre-requisite courses are required.


16-hour Minor

Provides a coherent plan of study in statistics supporting students’ major fields of study. Courses in MATH 2120 or PSYC/POSC 2440; MATH 4010; and other courses selected from PSYC 3240, 4650, or MATH courses approved by the program director.