International Engineering Minor
The International Engineering minor offers undergraduate engineering students an opportunity to certify their global competencies and demonstrate their understanding of the intercultural needs of modern engineers. By combining an engineering experience abroad, courses from a generalized global core, thematic elective courses, and the signature course for the minor, students may demonstrate their readiness for the increasingly global field of engineering.
Minor Code: 476
|Select 9-12 credits of the following: 1||9-12|
|*EVOLUTION OF PEOPLE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY|
|*GLOBAL CRISES IN RESOURCE ECOLOGY|
|*PEOPLE, PLACES, AND PERSPECTIVES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH|
|*INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS|
|Select 0-6 credits of the following:||0-6|
Service Learning (e.g., EWB)
|Select 6-15 credits of courses related to the location of the abroad experience||6-15|
|ENGR 399||SPECIAL TOPICS||3|
|Select a minimum of 12 credits||12|
Each course in the global core also satisfies a baccalaureate core requirement. Students may complete some of these courses to fulfill their baccalaureate core while also applying those credits to the International Engineering minor if they choose.
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)