A minor allows an undergraduate student to specialize in a secondary discipline. A student may minor in any subject, provided the title of the minor differs from the title of the student’s major or major concentration.
To pursue a minor, you must first be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program and file a Curriculum Add/Drop Form with the Registrar's Office to declare the minor. We recommend that you begin your minor studies as early as possible in your academic career.
Minors offered by our department are listed below.
Meet the demand for chemical engineers who understand the chemical and mechanical properties of polymers, plastics, and composites. Some of the largest chemical companies in the world, several of which are based in Michigan, pursue Tech graduates with this training.
Understand the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier. Graduates in this field create fuel cells and apply their knowledge to fuel-cell operation, alternative energy sources, hydrogen policy issues, safety training, and hydrogen-related technologies.