The minor in computer engineering provides an opportunity to gain a more in-depth knowledge of computing technology, programming digital hardware, interfacing digital hardware, internet of things, microcontrollers and microprocessors, sensor technology,
as well as computer vision and image processing. The only pre-requisite to start this program is good academic standing and the desire to learn.
Because the course structure involves a chain of pre-requisite courses, students are encouraged to start this minor in their freshman or sophomore year of study.
16 credit hours total
- 6 credit hours will be from upper division courses
- students must meet all pre-requisites for all ELEC courses taken
- the minimum GPA is 2.0 with no individual course grade below C-
- the student’s application is subject to the approval of the electrical engineering department chair
- students may also apply minor courses toward their major when applicable
Required courses (13 credit hours)
- ELEC 1510 or CSCI 1510 – Logic Design
- ELEC 1520 – Embedded Systems I
- ELEC 2520 – Embedded Systems II
- ELEC 2531 – Logic Laboratory
- ELEC 3651 – Digital Hardware Design
Technical elective—complete at least one (3 hours)
- ELEC 4511 – Hardware Software Interface
- ELEC 4678 – Quantum Electronics and Computing
- ELEC 4727 – Computer Vision and Image Processing
- ELEC 4800 – Special Topics (if related to computer engineering and with approval by the electrical engineering department chair
Contact the Department of Electrical Engineering for an Electrical Engineering Minor Coursework form.
Department of Electrical Engineering site