Dr. Kukral teaches a class outside near the Flame of the Millennium sculpture.


Whether you’re looking to expand your thinking or increase your marketability, adding a minor is a great way to make the most of your time at Rose‑Hulman.


Adding a minor can help you supplement, enhance, or expand on your degree. Choose from our humanities, technical, or interdisciplinary minors to customize your education.

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Biochemical Engineering

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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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Three biomedical engineering students holding a model of a human leg they designed for the trainingof medical professionals.


Male student wearing hardhat pours water into a vessel.

Chemical Engineering

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Cognitive Science

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Computational Science

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Computer Science

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Data Science

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East Asian Studies

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Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

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Entrepreneurial Studies

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Environmental Engineering

Map showing European countries.

European Studies

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Photo of Turkish castle ruins visited by a student group.


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Dr. Williams teaching a class.

Language and Literature

Dr. Garcia teaching a class.

Latin American Studies

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Materials Science and Engineering

Dr. Rickert writing equations on a white board.


Medical Physics and Nanomedicine

Dr. Gardner teaching Spanish class.

Modern Languages -- German, Japanese, Spanish

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Male student wearing goggles works with laser.

Optical Engineering

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Female student manipulates device in physics laboratory.


Male students participate in mock presidential debate.

Political Science

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Religious Studies

 Dr. Fisher and a male student kneel on grass to examine small robot.


Three male students look at computer screen.

Software Engineering

Female student works takes notes on graph paper.

Solid State Physics/ Materials Science



Two HERE students work with recyclables on campus.


Two male students and one female student in costumes perform on stage.


Male student makes adjustments to wheeled vehicle.


Inspiration Through Ideas

Award-winning faculty. Cutting-edge facilities. Academic excellence. Students filled with purpose. It’s a potent formula for creating a global education dedicated to solving the serious challenges of the world today.

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Women in STEM

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Rose-Hulman Self-Made Man sculpture.

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