- A Minor in Electrical Engineering is earned through completion of 20 credits selected from among the ENG courses listed below.
- No more than 8 credits may from the student’s major may be used to satisfy minor requirements.
- Students are expected to obtain the necessary background (pre-requisites or equivalents) to complete their chosen minor program.
- Students must have a declared major on record in order to apply for a minor in Electrical Engineering.
- For the minor to be awarded, the grade point average (GPA) of the courses (20 credits) counted towards the minor, must be a 2.0 or greater.
- The student’s application is subject to the approval of the Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
- Students planning to pursue a minor in Electrical Engineering should apply as early as possible to facilitate course planning, and in no case later than October 1 of the senior year.
- Courses that can be used to satisfy the requirements of the EE Minor*:
- ENC EC 311: Logic Design
- ENG EC 401: Signals & Systems
- ENG EC 402: Control Systems
- ENG EC 410: Electronics
- ENG EC 412: Analog Electronics
- ENG EC 416: Digital Signal Processing
- ENG EC 417: Electrical Energy Systems
- ENG EC 450: Microprocessors
- ENG EC 455: Electromagnetics I
- ENG EC 456: Electromagnetics II
- ENG EC 471: Physics of Semiconductor Devices
- ENG EC 505: Stochastic Processes
- ENG EC 516: Digital Signal Processing
- ENG EC 520: Digital Image Processing & Communication
- ENG EC 562: Engineering Optics
- ENG EC 568: Optical Fibers and Waveguides
- ENG EC 570: Lasers
- ENG EC 583: Power Electronics
- ENG EC 591: Photonics Laboratory
- ENG EK 481: Intro to Nanotechnology
- Other ENG 500-level courses, by petition
*Courses that are core requirements for the student’s major (ie., not an elective or part of a restricted elective) may not be used to fulfill requirements for the EE Minor.
Note: In each of the lists (1) and (2) below, students are expected to complete the course required for the major, where appropriate. The courses within each list overlap too much for both to be taken for credit, with one counted toward the major, and the other toward the minor.
(1) ENG BE 402, ENG EC 402, ENG ME 403, ENG ME 404
(2) ENG ME 303, ENG BE 436
(3) ENG ME 441, ENG ME 515
(4) ENG ME 501, ENG EC 501
(5) ENG EK 102, ENG EK 103, CAS MA 142, CAS MA 242
(6) ENG BE 401, ENG EC 401
(7) ENG ME 366, ENG EC 381, ENG EK 381, ENG BE 200
(8) ENG ME 460, ENG ME 560