Students can take a minor in three faculties: Arts, Science and the School of Business. Rules and regulations about minors are set by the offering faculties. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the requirements of their engineering degree and that of the selected minor.
Only students who meet the requirements listed below can apply to a minor:
- currently completing all courses of academic term 6 or above,
- who have not applied for convocation, and
- have a GPA of 3.0 or above
Please visit Student Services and speak to an Advisor with any questions, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Students Services is located at 2-300 DICE, and advising hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 9:00 -11:00 am, and Monday to Friday 1:00 - 3:00 pm.
Minors available Fall 2019 or Winter 2020 and thereafter:
Engineering students may obtain a minor in a Faculty of Arts subject area of concentration (with the exception of Arts Cultural Management). All Arts minors require at least ★12 senior, including at least ★6 in 300-level or higher courses, though some minors require specific courses, or more credits than the minimum. See BA Honors and BA Major/Minor Requirements for specific requirements for each minor.
Engineering students may obtain a minor in a Faculty of Science concentration area subject to the requirements and pre-requisites of that area. Engineering students may not take a minor in Bioinformatics. Computer Engineering students may not take a minor in Computing Science. Engineering Physics students may not take a minor in Physics. All Science minors must have at least ★24 with at least ★6 in 300-level or higher courses. Acceptance into any minors in Science is contingent on course availability and may be restricted or closed some years.
Engineering students undertaking areas of concentration other than Mathematics must follow the course requirements provided by the concentration program (see Minors [Science]). Students should consult with advisors about course equivalencies. Students selecting areas of concentration other than Mathematics and must complete these other Science minors after completing all the requirements of their engineering program.
The MATH minor requires the following courses and can be completed, if a student timetable permits, without an additional year.
MATH 100 - Calculus I OR
MATH 117 - Honors Calculus I
MATH 101 - Calculus II OR
MATH 118 - Honors Calculus II
MATH 209 - Calculus III OR
MATH 217 - Honors Advanced Calculus I
MATH 102 - Applied Linear Algebra OR
MATH 127 - Honors Linear Algebra I
MATH 201 - Differential Equations
MATH 225 - Linear Algebra II OR
MATH 227 - Honors Linear Algebra II
MATH 300 - Advanced Boundary Value Problems I OR
MATH 337 - Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
MATH 311 - Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable OR
MATH 309 - Mathematical Methods for Electrical Engineers OR
MATH 411 - Honors Complex Variables
Students can apply for a Math or Science Minor as long as they meet the 3 above criteria.
Students can apply to all minors in Science and Arts as described in the calendar. Students will be admitted as they apply and if they qualify.
The application form to apply for a Minor in Arts, Science, and Math is available at this link.
Fall 2019 application deadline coming soon!
Winter 2020 application deadline coming soon!