Department of Engineering

Minor in Electrical Engineering

The minor in electrical engineering is designed for students majoring in other disciplines who desire an exposure to the theory and practice of electrical engineering. The minimum number of credits (exclusive of prerequisites) for the minor is 14. An engineering faculty will be assigned as an advisor to assist with scheduling and track student progress toward the minor.

Successful completion of the following courses with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0:

ELE 172 Digital Logic
ELE 216 Circuits I: Steady-State Analysis
ELE 217 Circuits II: System Dynamics
ELE 219 Circuits Laboratory

One course from the following:

ELE 271 Microprocessor Systems
ELE 314 Linear Signals and Systems
ELE 342 Electronics I: Devices and Circuits

Contact the Engineering Department to obtain information on how to add a minor in electrical engineering.

The recommended course sequence in tabular and in graphical form can be viewed at