Humanitarian Engineering Minor

Humanitarian Engineering is the design and creation of products and processes that promote human welfare, especially for the economically disadvantaged or underserved. Examples of humanitarian technologies for developing communities include affordable: technologies for clean water and sanitation; non-polluting lighting, heating, and cooking methods; off-grid electricity generation (e.g., solar or bicycle); agricultural technologies and methods (e.g., aquaponics or irrigation); healthcare technologies; and shelters.

Minor Sheet & List of Approved Courses

Questions? Contact Rachel Tuttle at tuttle.146@osu.edu.