The minor in electrical engineering is a 20-credit program that gives students basic fundamental and applied knowledge in the electrical engineering discipline and allows students to convey an understanding of the continuously increasing contributions of electrical engineering to society.
Students who successfully complete the minor program will obtain a working knowledge of core electrical engineering principles. They will be able to understand the current state-of-the-art within the electrical engineering discipline, to bridge between their major discipline of study and that of electrical engineering, and as such to contribute to the improvement of the current state-of-the-art within the electrical engineering discipline.
Students can apply for the Minor in Electrical Engineering online through the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Department of Electrical Engineering
230 Davis Hall