The Institute of Technology on the Twin Cities campus offers the following programs: aerospace engineering, agricultural engineering, chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, geological engineering, mechanical engineering, and industrial engineering. Each of these programs may have both common and specific requirements.
The freshman and sophomore years on the Morris campus prepare students for advanced courses in engineering. In addition to the required courses in composition, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and computer science, students are also encouraged to fulfill some of the general education requirements in the humanities and social sciences and to select courses that will enable them to graduate from UMM should they later choose to do so. It is very important that students work closely with their adviser and consult the Institute of Technology Bulletin for specific program requirements and updates. The bulletin is available in Academic Advising.
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