Pitt | Swanson Engineering
Minors and Certificates

Minors and certificates offer engineering undergraduates the opportunity to enhance their education and distinguish themselves when pursuing a particular career. These academic credentials identify additional skills, knowledge, and abilities that you have acquired beyond the bachelor degree.
 
Obtaining a minor or certificate usually requires completing a focused series of five or more courses. With proper planning, one or more courses can be used to satisfy requirements of both the major and minor, or major and certificate. At the Swanson School, each department maintains its own requirements for obtaining a minor or certificate, many of which are interdisciplinary. Please contact your undergraduate advisor or administrator for additional information.

Bioengineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Polymer Engineering

Chemistry
Mathematics
Neuroscience
Physics

Civil Engineering and Architectural Studies
Conceptual Foundations of Medicine
Energy Resource Utilization
Engineering for Humanity
Fessenden Honors Engineering
Health Systems Engineering
International Engineering Studies
NanoScience and Engineering
Nuclear Engineering
Product Realization
Supply Chain Management
Sustainable Engineering