Electrical Engineering Minor (Non-Teaching)

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a non-teaching minor in Electrical Engineering that provides interested students with an introductory understanding of electrical circuits, electronics, and properties of signals. Students then choose electives from among a variety of electrical engineering topics, such as telecommunications, optics, electronics, electrical power, and control systems. This minor requires a minimum of 30 credits in electrical engineering subjects, with 9 of those credits selected from a list of upper division elective courses. This minor complements majors in science or engineering for those seeking a cross-disciplinary academic program.A CpE major can complete a minor in Electrical Engineering by taking three EELE classes (9 cr min) from the specified elective list for the EE minor. This can be done within the 126 credits required for the CpE degree alone.

Required core courses for the minor (22 cr.):
EELE 101Introduction to Electrical Fundamentals3
EELE 201Circuits I for Engineering4
EELE 203Circuits II for Engineering4
EELE 308Signals and Systems Analysis4
EELE 317Electronics4
EELE 334Electromagnetic Theory I3
Choose at least nine credits from the following:9
Introduction To Feedback Controls
Energy Conversion Devices
Intro To Microfabrication
EE Material Science
Advanced Analog Electronics
Intro to Modern Control
Applied Electromagnetics
Telecommunication Systems
Mobile Wireless Communications
Digital Signal Processing
Electro-Optical Systems
Laser Engineering
Total Credits31

Students must receive a grade of "C-" or better in all required courses for the EE minor.