This minor consists of fundamental courses in core electrical engineering areas of devices and circuits, applied physics, and signals and systems. Elective choices allow further depth in advanced devices, optics, signal processing, and control systems or greater breadth within electrical engineering.

Units required: 16

Required courses:

ESE 230Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits4
ESE 330Engineering Electromagnetics Principles3
ESE 351Signals and Systems3
Total Units10

Electives: Students must select two electrical engineering elective courses from the following list:

ESE 232Introduction to Electronic Circuits3
ESE 260Introduction to Digital Logic and Computer Design3
ESE 330–399
ESE 400Independent Studymax 3
ESE 405Reliability and Quality Control3
ESE 407Analysis and Simulation of Discrete Event Systems3
ESE 415Optimization3
ESE 425Random Processes and Kalman Filtering3
ESE 429–499; ESE 503-589

For more information, contact the director for the minor (Professor R. Martin Arthur) or visit the ESE website.