The engineering mechanics minor involves successful completion of seven MAE courses, including at least five upper-division courses open to students who meet the course prerequisites.
Our courses provide a good introduction to engineering analysis and would be useful to non-engineering majors desiring a background that could be used in professional communication with engineers.
For students who are interested in taking the fundamentals in engineering (FE) exam to become an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) in Mechanical Engineering, the following courses are recommended: MAE 101 A,B,C; MAE 11; MAE 20; MAE 108; MAE 30A,B; MAE 170; MAE 131A; MAE 150.
Note: JSOE students are unable to minor within the School of Engineering.
Note: All courses must be taken for a letter grade.
Note: Courses that may not be used towards the minor: MAE 148 (Introduction to Autonomous Vehicles), MAE 197, 198 and MAE 199 (Independent Study)
- In order to declare the MAE minor, please submit a request through the Major and Minor tool.