Electrical Engineering

(19-22 semester hours)

For information, contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 260 Garland Hall (513-529-0741).

This minor is for students not majoring in computer or electrical engineering. This minor provides fundamentals of electrical and electronic engineering, which includes a variety of industrial applications involving electrical/electronic circuits and microprocessor systems. It combines a strong base in engineering science with project-based laboratory and design experience.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required for all courses in the minor. Nineteen semester hours beyond the prerequisite to engineering science are required. None of these courses may be taken on a credit/no-credit basis.

Program Requirements

Prerequisites (13 hours)

MTH 245 Differential Equations for Engineers (3)

PHY 181,182 The Physical World (4, 4) (MPF IVB)

PHY 183,184 Physics Laboratory (1, 1) (MPF IVB LAB)

Required courses (10-13 hours)

ECE 205 Electric Circuit Analysis I (4) or

PHY 292 Electronics Instrumentation (2) and

PHY 294 Laboratory in Electronics Instrumentation (2)

ECE 287 Digital Systems Design (4)

ECE/MME 303 Computer-Aided Experimentation (3)

Elective courses (9-10 hours)

Select from:

ECE 304 Electronics (3)

ECE 306 Signals and Systems (3)

ECE 325 Applied Electromagnetics (3)

ECE 345 Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (3)

ECE 387 Embedded Systems Design (4)

ECE 425 Digital Signal Processing (3)

ECE/MME 436 Control of Dynamic Systems (3)

ECE 453 Communication Systems (3)

ECE 461 Network Modeling and Performance Analysis (3)

ECE 470 Special Topics (3)

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