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AES requires a concentration selection that is part of the 120 credits needed to graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the College of Engineering.  MSU offers several Undergraduate minors to enhance and supplement degrees. The credit requirement for a minor varies; most are in the 16-21 credit range in addition to degree requirement.  Some minors will allow credits from the BS degree to count for both the minor and major degree; others specify the number of unique credits necessary for the minor.

Minors within the College of Engineering are    

       Minor in Materials Science and Engineering
       Minor in Computer Science

       Minor in Energy

AES is a very broad degree that could be complemented nicely with a minor from The Eli Broad College of Business, College of Natural Science, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, James Madison College, or the College of Social Science.  These minors are:


The Eli Broad College of Business

Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Minor in Information Technology

Minor in International Business
Department of Management     

Minor in Retail Management

Minor in Sports Business Management


College of Natural Science

Department of Mathematics

Minor in Actuarial Science
Minor in Mathematics

Minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies


College of Communication Arts and Sciences

Department of Communication

Minor in Sales Leadership


James Madison College

Minor in Science, Technology, Environment and Public Policy


College of Social Science

Department of Criminal Justice

Minor in Security Management


A student may choose almost anything to earn a minor in that interests them, such as a foreign language. 

A full list of the Minors at MSU are listed here.