(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)

To take any course in the minor, a student must meet all the prerequisites for that course.

Course Descriptions

  • 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.