Electrical Engineering Minor
(for non-electrical engineering majors)
The minor in Electrical Engineering consists of 16 credits and is relevant to students with appropriate mathematics and science backgrounds. This minor provides students with a foundation in electrical engineering, and it can bring them additional employment opportunities and career options.
Required Courses (16 credits)
- EENG2221 Signals and Systems I
- EENG2222 Signals and Systems II
- ENGR2286 Digital System Design
- EENG2287 Microprocessor System Design I
- EENG3265 Electronics I
To take any course in the minor, a student must meet all the prerequisites for that course.
EENG2221 Circuit elements and laws. D.C. circuits. Analysis methods. Network theorems. Operational amplifiers. Energy storage elements. Step response. Integrated laboratory experience.
EENG2222 Transient and forced response. Sinusoidal forcing functions, phasors, and impedence, steady-state response. Power calculations, Resonance, Coupled circuits. Two-port circuits. Integrated laboratory experience. Prerequisites: EENG 2221 Signals and Systems I and MATH 2210 Differential Equations or permission of instructor
EENG2287 Introduction to microprocessors and microcomputers. Software architecture of 80x86 processors: memory addressing, data types, register organization. Assembly language programming and debugging. Integrated laboratory experience.
EENG3265 Basics of operational amplifiers. Selected operational amplifier application. Selected integrated circuits and their applications. Integrated laboratory experience. Equivalent to EGTG 2265
ENGR2286 Binary codes, gates and flip-flops, registers, and counters, adders and ALUs, analysis and design of conbinational and sequential circuits. Logic simulation. Logic families. Integrated laboratory experience.