Choosing an engineering minor or certificate is a great way to graduate with an extra set of credentials, or just explore an area of interest while earning your BASc. You can also take a minor through the Faculty of Arts & Science, where you’ll find thousands of course options — such as philosophy, anthropology or Italian.
While you’re earning your BASc, you can attain specialization in one of the following areas:
Hear from engineering students about the benefits of minors
To obtain an engineering minor, you need to complete a specific number of credits from a set of designated courses. For example, if you’re interested in the Engineering Business minor, you would take courses in engineering economics, accounting and finance, competitive strategy and people management, plus two additional courses. When you graduate, your minor will appear on your transcripts.
If you want to explore more than one topic outside your main area of study in Engineering, consider pursuing our undergraduate engineering certificates:
- Artificial Intelligence Engineering
- Engineering Business
- Engineering Leadership
- Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Small Business
- Forensic Engineering
- Global Engineering
- Mineral Resources
- Music Technology
- Nuclear Engineering
- Public Health & Engineering
- Renewable Resources Engineering
To obtain a certificate, you need to complete a specific number of credits from a set of designated courses.
Arts & Science Minors
You can also take a minor through the Faculty of Arts & Science, and select from thousands of course options — like sociology, languages, cinema studies, philosophy, history or music. Completing an optional Arts & Science minor is a great way to expand your knowledge.