Electrical Engineering Minor
This minor provides a foundation in the core principles of Electrical Engineering, preparing students for careers in various fields, including robotics, automotive, biomedical, and power/energy. Students will learn fundamental knowledge in computer programming, digital logic, circuit analysis, and embedded systems which are the heart of most electro-mechanical systems today (microwaves, refrigerators, vehicles, etc.). Students pursuing an Electrical Engineering minor will gain hands-on experience and develop problem-solving, critical thinking, and design skills.
|EGNR 101||Introduction to Engineering||2-3|
|or CSCI 105||Intro to Computer Programming|
|EGNR 140||Linear Alg Num Apps Engineers||2|
|EGEE 125||Digital Fundamentals 1||4|
|EGEE 210||Circuit Analysis 1||4|
|EGEE 250||Microcontroller Fundamentals||4|
|MATH 152||Calculus II||4|
|Select a minimum of six credits of Electives from the following:||6|
EGEE 300 or higher
EGET 300 or higher
C or better grade.
At least one elective course must not count toward any other major or minor.