Biomedical Engineering Minor Requirements
Earn a minor in Biomedical Engineering by meeting these requirements.
The requirements on this page are pulled from UND’s academic catalog and may not reflect future terms. Updates are published annually in April.
A minor is like a mini-major. Your major is your primary area of study and a minor allows you to pursue another discipline, add training that supports your major, or explore personal interests. A minor is noted on your official UND transcript and adds another layer of professional knowledge to your degree.
You do not have to have a minor in college, although certain majors may require a minor. Your minor must be combined with a major/degree program. Like majors, minors must be declared and have special requirements like mandatory classes.
Consult with your academic advisor if you are interested in adding a minor to your major. They will ensure you can fit a minor into your schedule without interfering with your major requirements.