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 – Programming for Electrical Engineers
- ELEC 2520 – Embedded Systems
- ELEC 2531 – Logic Laboratory
- ELEC 3520 – AI or Internet of Things
Technical elective—complete at least one (3 hours)
- ELEC 4511 – Hardware Software Interface
- ELEC 4678 – Quantum 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.