PEAK Minors

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Dual-Degree Engineering Minor*

Minor credits vary dependent upon chosen path (Total does not include prerequisite courses)

Course Course Title Credits

MINOR REQUIREMENTS

MAT/PHY

Mathematics and/or Physics Upper-Division (300 or 400-level) Courses

9

Acceptance to an approved engineering program

The following courses are required for most fields of engineering and most computer science programs:

CHE-141

General Chemistry I & Laboratory

4

MAT-150

Applied Calculus

4

MAT-152

Calculus II

4

MAT-251

Calculus III

4

PHY-170

Engineering Analysis

2

PHY-271

Analytical Physics I & Laboratory

5

PHY-272

Analytical Physics II & Laboratory

5

Additional Humanities electives as specified by the partner dual-degree institution.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will gain skills and concepts necessary to understand the principles and practice of engineering.
  • Students will develop problem solving and analysis skills appropriate for the field.
  • Students will communicate science and engineering ideas both orally and in writing.

*Note: The required courses specific to the Dual-Degree Engineering Minor depend upon the Engineering field and the engineering institution. Every student completing this Minor should closely consult with a dual-degree engineering advisor to choose appropriate College of Idaho courses.