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  1. Popular Minors for Engineers:Present and Future October, 2011

  2. Business Minor • Seven courses (21 credits, some of which satisfy general education & elective requirements) • Economics I (Micro) • Business Finance • Financial Accounting • Management Information Systems • Marketing Principles • Organizational Behavior • Plus one 300-Level Management-related Elective Established2001

  3. Robotics Minor • Seven courses (24 credits, some of which satisfy engineering major requirements) • Computers: Programming • Electrical Engineering: Logic Design • Electrical Engineering: Microprocessors Systems • Mechanical Engineering: Dynamics • Mechanical Engineering: Statics • Robotics: Dynamics of Robots • Robotics: Mobile Robots • Plus one 400-Level Robotics-Related Elective Established2010

  4. Biomedical Engineering Minor • Six Courses (18 credits, some of which may satisfy major requirements) • Biology for Engineers with Laboratory • Applied Statistics • Anatomy and Physiology • Introduction to Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology • Plus two 300-Level or Biomedical Engineering Electives • Biomaterials I, • Biomedical Instrumentation, • Introduction to Biosensors, • Medical Device Design, • Medical Diagnostic Imaging, • Polymers in Medicine, … Proposed2011

  5. Energy Minor • Seven courses (21 credits, some of which may satisfy major requirements) • Thermodynamics (or equivalent) • Circuit Theory I (or equivalent) • Engineering Economics • Energy, Policy, & Society • Energy Conversion Systems • Plus two 300-Level or Higher Energy Engineering Electives: • Aero/Wind Engineering, … • Alternative Energy Sources, • Industrial Heat and Mass Transfer, • Electric Vehicle Technology, • Engineering Systems Analysis, • Green and Sustainable Civil Engineering, • Green Energy Engineering, • Nuclear Engineering I • Solar Fundamentals, Proposed2011

  6. Teaching Minor • Seven courses (26 credits, some of which satisfy general education and elective requirements) • 1 cr Seminar: Approaches to teaching • 1 cr Seminar: Lesson design • Functions and Modeling (for math certification) • Perspectives in Math and Science (Gen Ed. AH) • Reading in the Content Area (Gen Ed. AH) • Knowing and Learning (Gen Ed. SS) • Classroom Interactions (Gen Ed. SS) • Research Methods • Problem Based Instruction • Practicum Proposed2011

  7. Survey of Student Interest