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Undergraduate Program

Minor Requirements

The ECE minor gives students the opportunity to design a flexible program of study to achieve either breadth or depth in electrical and computer engineering. In addition to the following recommended programs of study, a student can arrange an individualized program with the guidance of an ECE advisor, normally requiring the equivalent of five 4.0 credit hour courses in ECE.

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 261 Introduction to VLSI
  • ECE 266 RF and Microwave Integrated Circuits

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 261 Introduction to VLSI
    • ECE 266 RF and Microwave Integrated Circuits
    • ECE 269 High Speed Integrated Electronics

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