Sohail Dianat, Minor Adviser
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Electrical engineering encompasses disciplines such as electronics, communication, control, digital systems, and signal/image processing. A minor in electrical engineering provides a foundation to explore specialized material in electrical engineering. The minor is designed to provide students from other engineering or non-engineering disciplines an introduction to the wide-ranging content of the electrical engineering major. The minor is closed to students majoring in electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology, and computer engineering technology.
|MATH-182||Project-based Calculus II|
|PHYS-212||University Physics II|
|Choose three of the following|
|EEEE-120||Digital Systems I|
|EEEE-220||Digital Systems II|
|EEEE-420||Embedded Systems Design|
|EEEE-374||EM Fields and Transmission Lines|
|EEEE-414||Control Systems Design|
*Additional prerequisites may be required based on the choice of electrical engineering electives.
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Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
Effective fall 2013, RIT will convert its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.
A minor in electrical engineering exposes students to the fundamentals of electrical engineering and provides a foundation to explore specialized material in electrical engineering professional electives or graduate courses.
1016-283 Calculus III
1017-313 University Physics III
Additional prerequisites, depending on choice of electrical engineering elective courses, may include:
0301-344 Matlab and C for Electrical Engineers
1016-328 Engineering Mathematics
1016-345 Probability and Statistics for Engineers
1016-420 Complex Variables
1016-351 Probability and Statistics
0301-381 Circuits I
0301-382 Circuits II
Electives—Choose three of the following:
0301-240 Digital Systems
0301-365 Microcomputer Systems
0301-347 Computer Architecture
0301-453 Linear Systems I
0301-473 EM Fields I
0301-474 EM Fields II
0301-481 Electronics I
0301-482 Electronics II
0301-514 Control Systems
0301-545 Digital Electronics
0301-554 Linear Systems II
Note: All 600-level electrical engineering courses must meet prerequisites.