A minor is an area of concentrated study, outside of the major area of study. A minor requires a minimum of four classes (16 credits) in a directed area of study. Minors may require coursework in a student's degree program beyond the minimum of 41 classes (161 credits) required for completion of the major. Minors are not required for graduation though a student may elect to pursue a minor in an area of additional interest. Minors appear on a student’s transcript at student declaration, and requirements must be completed at the time of graduation.
NOTE: Coursework taken outside of Kettering University (guest credits) is not transferable towards a minor. This rule does not apply to course credits earned by a student before enrolling at Kettering.
A student wishing to declare a minor should consult the head of the department that houses the minor, or a faculty advisor in that department. The student is then responsible for submitting a request to the Registrar's Office for processing. The Registrar, in turn, will update the student record.
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Applied Optics
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Gaming
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- International Studies
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Materials Science
- Medical Physics
- System and Data Security