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A boat on the water as the sun sets behind mountains with a badge that says Humanitarian Engineering & Computing Minor
Humanitarian students using shovels to move dirt in Guatemala
Student in the front of the class teaching to kids during Kode2learn day
Students take a picture in front of the water tank they built in Rwanda
A collage of photos. On the left are students working on electronics and on the right is a pair of shoes that have electronics on them

The Humanitarian Engineering and Computing minor at Miami University is designed to graduate engineering and computing majors who are globally-aware, culturally-sensitive, and socially conscious, and who would use their knowledge to design solutions that enhance the lives of and opportunities for people on a local, national, or international level. Students will select coursework supporting their interests from four broad categories, engage in a service/humanitarian focused activity or research, and complete a humanitarian-focused capstone project in CPB, CSE, ECE or MME.

Team working on toy car for students with disabilities.

Team works on car for students with disabilities.

This minor is only open to students with a major in the College of Engineering and Computing. Select the Advising tab for the list of advisors by department for the Humanitarian Engineering and Computing minor.