General Requirements for Minors in Engineering
Students desiring to minor in any of the engineering disciplines must take the equivalent of Calculus I, II, and III. It is recommended that they have University Physics I, II, and III in their curriculum. These courses can be taken to fulfill the mathematics and science requirements for the BA and BS degrees. GPA requirements as specified for the BS degree apply to all engineering minor degrees. A course that appears in more than one discipline may only be counted toward one minor. Additional courses numbered 2000 or higher must be substituted as replacements for the required courses, if the course is required in the student?s major or a course in another minor. The degree programs that ?naturally flow? into an engineering minor are: chemistry, computer science, biology, mathematics and physics. Engineering students may minor in an engineering discipline other than their major.
Requirements for the Minor in Computer Engineering
Minimum of 20 quarter hours of computer engineering courses including Procedural Programming I (COMP 1571), Circuits I (ENEE 2011), Engineering Applications I (ENEE 2015), Digital Design (ENCE 2101) and at least 10 credit hours of ENCE courses numbered 2000 or higher. With prior approval of the department, courses outside of the discipline can be applied to the computer engineering minor.
Requirements for the Minor in Electrical Engineering
Minimum of 20 quarter hours of electrical engineering courses including Circuits I (ENEE 2011), Circuits II (ENEE 2021), Engineering Applications I (ENEE 2015), Engineering Applications II (ENEE 2025), Electronics (ENEE 2211), Signals and Systems (ENEE 3111) and at least 5 credit hours of ENEE courses numbered 2000 or higher. With prior approval of the department, courses outside of the discipline can be applied to the electrical engineering minor.