This minor gives students the opportunity gain real-life experience in devising and developing prototypes and innovative projects. Students will also develop the skills to explore and recognize technological boundaries while applying strategies and key tools for the effective commercialization of technological innovations.
Students who earn this minor will develop creativity, communication, teamwork, leadership and negotiation skills for the design and implementation of innovative solutions.
Students enrolled in a program other than the Major in Engineering, Design and Innovation may take this Minor.
Pass 10 credits between the following courses: (*)
(*) Approval of 10 credits among the list of optional courses offered by the School of Engineering or Institute linked to the School of Engineering and previously approved by the School’s Undergraduate Committee.
(**) In the case of choosing Directed Personal Work, 2 courses must be approved to meet the 10 required credits.
The list of courses is subject to modifications according to the academic planning in effect at the time of course registration. Remember to always be informed of the latest updates to the Study Programs.