Engineering minors

Complement your engineering specialisation with a minor and tailor your studies to explore your interests and expand your career opportunities.

If you are completing a single degree course, you can use electives to complete one of the engineering minors from a different engineering discipline.

An engineering minor will diversify your skill set and add versatility. Gain knowledge in another field outside of your chosen specialisation and understand other engineering disciplines to incorporate technical skills to deliver better solutions. You’ll have a more holistic approach to project engineering and be well-positioned to communicate across specialisation areas. Skills highly valued and sought after by industry.

A minor has four units studied over at least two years and is listed on your transcript. Engineering minors are completed in year 3 or 4 of your studies.

Minors & specialisation combinations

Explore the engineering minors

Minors & specialisation combinations

 SPECIALISATIONS
 AerospaceChemicalCivil Electrical & computer systemsEnvironmentalMaterialsMechanical Robotics & Mechatronics
Artificial intelligenceYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES^
Civil    YES    
EntrepreneurshipYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYES
Environmental  YES      
ComputationalYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
Micro and nano technologiesYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
MiningYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
Renewable energyYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
Smart manufacturingYES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES+
SustainableYES YES YES YES  YES YES YES

^ Artificial Intelligence minor not available in the Artificial intelligence stream of Robotics & Mechatronics specialisation

+ Smart Manufacturing minor not available in the Automation stream of Robotics & Mechatronics specialisation

Engineering minors are not available in Biomedical and Software engineering specialisations.  See the engineering minors framework for further criteria and compatibility with specialisations.