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These minors, sponsored by participating departments, promote interdisciplinary study in engineering. CEE students are eligible to pursue a minor in the following areas:

  • Aerospace Engineering (MAE)
  • Applied Mathematics (MAE)
  • Biological Engineering (BEE)
  • Biomedical Engineering (BME)
  • Civil Infrastructure (CEE)
  • Computer Science (CS)
  • Dyson Business Minor for Engineers, offered by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
  • Engineering Entrepreneurship (BEE/CHEME/CE/ECE/MSE/MAE/ORE)
  • Engineering Management (CEE)
  • Engineering Statistics (ORIE)
  • Game Design (CS)
  • Industrial Systems and Information Technology (OR&IE)
  • Information Science (CS)
  • Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MAE)
  • Operations Research and Management Science (ORIE)
  • Science of the Earth Systems (EAS)
  • Sustainable Energy Systems (CBE/BEE/EAS/MAE)

Please see the College of Engineering for further information about each minor. Each minor requires a minimum of eighteen credits of coursework and specifies required course(s) and a choice of elective courses. Each department administers its own minor(s) and specific information regarding course work is available from individual departmental undergraduate offices, from Engineering Advising, or in The Engineering Undergraduate Handbook. When the minor requirements are completed and certified by the offering major, a notation is made on the student’s transcript after graduation. CEE also offers three minors for students majoring in other engineering majors:

CEE students may also minor in Architecture.  For more information contact Heidi Ingram, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Department of Architecture, 139 E. Sibley Hall, 607-255-5237, heidi.ingram@cornell.edu .

*CEE students may not minor in Civil Infrastructure Systems.
**CEE students may minor in Environmental Engineering only if they are not following the environmental concentration.
***CEE students may minor in Engineering Management