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Undergraduate Program

Minor Requirements

The requirements for the electrical and computer engineering (ECE) minor may be satisfied by taking five ECE courses selected in consultation with an ECE advisor and approved by the department. The following are a few sample programs in various areas of concentration.

Computers

  • ECE 112: Logic Design 

  • ECE 114: Introduction to Computers and Programming
  • ECE 200: Computer Organization
  • ECE 201: Advanced Computer Architecture
  • ECE 216: Microprocessors and Data Conversion

Electronics

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits 

  • ECE 112: Logic Design

  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 216: Microprocessors and Data Conversion
  • ECE 221: Electronic Devices and Circuits

Integrated Electronics

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits
  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 221: Electronic Devices and Circuits
  • ECE 222: Integrated Circuits Design and Analysis
  • ECE 261: Digital Integrated Circuit Design

Signals and Communications

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits
  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 114: Introduction to Computers and Programming
  • ECE 241: Signals
  • ECE 242: Communications

Solid State Devices

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits
  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 223: Semiconductor Devices
  • ECE 227: Electric Power

  • ECE 235: Introduction to Opto-electronics

Digital Audio and Music

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits
  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 114: Introduction to Computers and Programming
  • ECE 140: Introduction to Audio and Music Engineering
  • ECE 241: Signals

Waves, Fields, and Devices

  • ECE 111: Introduction to Signals and Circuits

  • ECE 113: Circuits and Signals
  • ECE 230: Electromagnetic Waves
  • One ECE elective chosen in consultation with your ECE advisor
  • One of the following:
    • ECE 223: Semiconductor Devices 

    • ECE 227: Electric Power

    • ECE 235: Introduction to Opto-electronics

Students can create an individual program with the approval of the ECE Undergraduate Committee.