The Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering sponsors two undergraduate minors.
Environmental Engineering Science Minor
This 21 unit Environmental Engineering Science minor prepares students to seek an entry-level position as an environmental engineer, scientist or analyst. The minor also provides a solid foundation for undertaking graduate study in environmental engineering.
Energy Engineering Minor
The 18 unit Energy Engineering minor gives students a broad coverage of courses in Energy Engineering. Students can also learn about other energy related research underway at Washington University, and participate in ongoing activities. Students will gain knowledge about the Clean Energy sector.
Nanoscale Science & Engineering Minor
This minor will enhance student's knowledge and skills in the area of nanotechnology. The minor consists of courses, labs, and a project with a participating faculty in the Nanotechnology minor program.