Stephen F. Austin

Minor in Engineering

The engineering minor includes courses in introductory engineering, statics, dynamics, electrical circuits and devices, and digital systems. This minor would prepare students for employment or continued study in the areas of mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering. (This minor does not qualify a student to take the professional engineering exam.)

A minor in engineering requires a minimum of 18 hours of engineering course work. All minor programs must be approved on the degree plan by the chair of the department. The requirements for the minor in engineering are

  • ENGR 1301/1001 - Foundations of Engineering I (Fall and Spring Offerings)
  • ENGR 2305/2105 - Linear Circuit Analysis I (Fall and Spring Offerings)
  • ENGR 2401/2001 - Engineering Statics (Fall Only)
  • ENGR 3421/3021 - Engineering Dynamics (Spring Only)
  • ENGR 3343/3043 - Digital Systems (Spring Only)
The prerequisite for the course are as follows:
  • MATH 2313 - Calculus I (Fall, Spring, and Summer Offerings)
  • MATH 2314 - Calculus II (Fall, Spring, and Summer Offerings)
  • PHYS 2325 - Physics I (Fall and Spring Offerings)
  • PHYS 2326 - Physics II (Fall and Spring Offerings)
A student majoring in physics may minor in engineering, but those courses that are applied to the minor cannot be applied to the major at the same time unless the student has a second minor from another department.

Department of Physics, Engineering, and Astronomy, P.O. Box 13044 SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3044 - Office: (936)468-3001
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