Minor in Electrical/Computer Engineering - 19-20 credits

The minor in Electrical/Computer Engineering is intended for students majoring in the following programs:

  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Environmental Geochemical Science
  • Geology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

The Electrical/Computer Engineering minor will provide these science majors with fundamental knowledge of electronic instrumentation and/or computer hardware and related software that they may encounter during their careers. Through lectures and hands-on labs, science students will gain experience working in an environment that resembles what they will face in the work force.

Pre-requisites (8 credits):

MAT252 Calculus II (4)
PHY202 General Physics II (3)
PHY212 General Physics II Lab (1)

Required fundamental courses (16 credits):

EGC220 Digital Logic Fundamentals (3)
EGC221 Digital Logic Laboratory (1)
EGE200 Circuit Analysis (3)
EGE201 Circuits Laboratory (1)
EGE320 Electronics I (3)
EGE322 Electronics I Laboratory (1)
EGC331 Microprocessor System Design (3)
EGC332 Microprocessor Laboratory (1)

Required technical electives (3-4 credits) - In consultation with Engineering faculty adviser, choose one of the following:

Electrical Engineering Area
EGE311 Signals and Systems (3)
EGE321 Electronics II (3) and EGE323 Electronics II Laboratory (1)
EGE340 Applied Electromagnetics (3)
EGE451 Electromechanical Energy Conversion (3)
EGE452 Electric Power Systems (3)

Computer Engineering Area
EGC433 Embedded Systems (3)
EGC442 Introduction to Computer Architecture (3)