Minor in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and computer engineering transforms our day-to-day lives through a multitude of innovative technologies and products. The ECE minor is intended to expose students from other disciplines to the unlimited opportunities for innovation in this exciting field, and to the methodologies and tools used by electrical and computer engineers for the exploration and design of new technologies and products. The minor is open to undergraduates outside the ECE Department. Computer Science majors cannot elect the Computer Engineering Option within the minor.

Circuits Requirement:
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Electronics
Electrical and Electronic Circuits
Programming Requirement: 1
Select one of the following (with no particular preference):3-4
Intro Computing: Engrg & Sci
Intro to Computer Science
A probability or statistics course chosen from an approved list. 23-4
Select one of the following options: 312
A. Electrical Engineering Option
Core requirement:
Analog Signal Processing
Advanced Core Electives:
Two ECE courses chosen from an approved list. 4
B. Computing Engineering Option
Core Requirement:
Introduction to Computing
Computer Systems & Programming
Advanced Core Electives:
One ECE course chosen from an approved list. 5
Elective ECE Courses to achieve a minimum of 18 hours of ECE course work. 6
Total Hours21-23

For more information regarding the Electrical and Computer Engineering minor, visit the Electrical and Computer Engineering minor Web site, contact the Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office (2120 ECE Building, 217-333-0716ece-advisor@illinois.edu), or visit the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, 206 Engineering Hall.