As the lines between engineering and scientific disciplines become increasingly blurred, many students are forced to make tough decisions about which major to choose. Traditionally there has been no formal mechanism within the College of Engineering and Computer Science to expose students to substantial academic preparation in more than one department, other than a double-major option, which generally entails a substantial investment of time. A Minor in Electrical Engineering (EE), offered through the Electrical Engineering program, is designed to fill this void by providing an avenue for a diverse education for students outside of the Electrical engineering discipline. Due to the extensive breadth of EE discipline areas, students seeking a minor in EE have a spectrum of choices for the program paths they choose. Path options include Applied Electromagnetics, Circuits, Communications, Control Systems, Embedded systems, etc.
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