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General Engineering Minor

Minor Course Requirements (17 or 18 credits)

A minimum grade of “C” is required in all courses and their prerequisite courses. A minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA is required to begin upper division courses. Prerequisite of this minor: MATH 140 (4), PHYS 151 (4), Co-requisite: MATH 141 (4). Engineering students cannot choose general engineering minor. A student with a mechanical engineering minor or electrical engineering minor is not allowed to obtain a general engineering minor.

Code Course Credit
EE 100 Engineering Orientation 2
ME 210 Mechanics, Statics 3
EE 200 Circuit Analysis 4
EE 203 Application Tools for Engineering Students 2
ME/EE 230WS Technical Communication 3
   Any one of 300 level or above EE courses  3 or 4
   Total  17 or 18

Electrical Engineering Minor

 

Minor Course Requirements (17 or 22 credits)

A minimum grade of “C” is required in all courses and their prerequisite courses. A minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA is required to begin upper division courses. Prerequisite of this minor: MATH 140 (4), PHYS 151 (4), Co-requisite: MATH 141 (4). Electrical Engineering students cannot choose Electrical Engineering minor. Mechanical Engineering students need to take a different 300 level or above EE course in order to obtain an electrical engineering minor. A student with a mechanical engineering major needs to take both EE 201 and EE 202, and a different 300 level or above EE course in order to obtain an electrical engineering minor.

Code Course Credit
EE 100 Engineering Orientation 2
EE 200/EE 201 Circuit Analysis 4
EE 201  Introduction to Digital Circuit 4
EE 204 Electronics 3
EE 203 Application Tools for Engineering Students 2
ME/EE 230WS Technical Communication 3
   Any one of 300 level or above EE courses  3 or 4
   Total  17 or 22

Mechanical Engineering Minor

Minor Course Requirements (18 or 19 credits)

A minimum grade of “C” is required in all courses and their prerequisite courses. A minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA is required to begin upper division courses. Prerequisite of this minor: MATH 140 (4), PHYS 151 (4), Co-requisite: MATH 141 (4). Mechanical Engineering students cannot choose Mechanical Engineering minor. A student with an electrical engineering major or minor needs to take a different 300 level or above ME course in order to obtain a mechanical engineering minor.

Code Course Credit
ME/EE 100 Engineering Orientation 2
ME 110 Engineering Graphics 2
ME210 Mechanics, Statics 3
ME 211  Mechanics, Dynamics 3
EE 203 Application Tools for Engineering Students 2
ME/EE 230 WS Technical Communication 3
  Any one of 300 level or above ME courses 3 or 4
  Total 18 or 19

Computer Engineering Minor

Minor Course Requirements (17 or 18 credits)

一道本不卡免费高清A minimum grade of “C” is required in all courses and their prerequisite courses. A minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA is required to begin upper division courses. Prerequisite of this minor: MATH 140 (4), PHYS 151 (4), Co-requisite: MATH 141 (4). Engineering students cannot choose general engineering minor. A student with a mechanical engineering minor or electrical engineering minor is not allowed to obtain a general engineering minor.

Code Course Credit
EE 100 Engineering Orientation 2
EE 201 Introduction to Digital Circuit 4
ME/EE 411 411 Introduction to Mechatronics 3
CS 158 Application Development I 4
CS 160 Application Development II 4
 CS 330 Networks & Wireless Communications 
 CS 350 Architecture and Organization 3
  Total 23

Engineering Management Minor

Minor Course Requirements (20 or 21 credits)

A minimum grade of “C” is required in all courses and their prerequisite courses. A minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA is required to begin upper division courses.

Code Course Credit
ME/EE 100 Engineering Orientation 2
EE 201 WS Technical Communication 3
ME/EE 330 Introduction to Engineering Management 3

DSIM 301

MATH 206

Business Statistics or

Statistical Methods in Science
3 or 4
DSIM 305 Quantitative Business Methods 3
 DSIM 350 Project and Operations Management
 MGT 310 Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills 3
  Total 20 or 21