Minor in Computer Engineering
The curriculum consists of prerequisite, core, and elective courses. Excluding prerequisite courses, 18 credits are required for the minor; for students entering in fall 2020 or after, at least 9 of those credits must be in courses not required for the major.
Students must have a 2.2 GPA or above in required and elective ECE courses taken for the minor in order to fulfill minor requirements.
|The following courses must be completed before beginning the minor program.|
|PHYS 1022||University Physics II *|
|or PHYS 1026||University Physics II with Biological Applications|
|ECE 1120||C Programming for Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|APSC 2113||Engineering Analysis I *|
|ECE 2110||Circuit Theory|
|ECE 2115||Engineering Electronics|
|ECE 2140||Design of Logic Systems I|
|Two of the following:|
|ECE 3310||Introduction to Electromagnetics|
|ECE 3220||Introduction to Digital Signal Processing *|
|ECE 3130||Digital Electronics and Design|
|ECE 3135||Design of Logic Systems II|
|ECE 4140||VLSI Design and Simulation *|
|ECE 3520||Microprocessors: Software, Hardware, and Interfacing|
|ECE 3525||Introduction to Embedded Systems *|
|ECE 3515||Computer Organization|
|ECE 4535||Computer Architecture and Design *|
|ECE 4415||Introduction to Computer Networks **|
|ECE 4425||Data Communications Laboratory **|
* Requires additional prerequisites.
** ECE 4415 Introduction to Computer Networks and ECE 4425 Data Communications Laboratory must be taken together.
The requirement that at least 9 credits are from the courses not required for the major is in effect for the class of 2020 and after.
To earn a minor in computer engineering, a student must have a GPA of 2.20 or higher in the ECE courses defining the minor.