Minor in Computer Engineering
Objective: The minor in Computer Engineering is designed to allow the student with quantitative and scientific aptitudes and interests to acquire a basic level of competence in computer engineering.
Competencies, Knowledge, or Skills to be Achieved:
A student who completes this minor will have the opportunity to develop a strong foundational background in computer engineering, apply basic engineering principles, stimulate creative thinking, and develop problem solving skills. Coursework can assist students in meeting prerequisites for graduate study in computer engineering or related field.
Structure of the Minor:
1. Required Courses: (9 credit hours)
ELEC 206 Computer Applications for Electrical Engineers*
ELEC 311 Digital Logic and Circuits
ELEC 330 Digital Systems Engineering
2. Elective Fields of Emphasis (choose two): (6 credit hours)
ELEC 405 Electrical Measurements
ELEC 418 Advanced Digital Systems
ELEC 419 Computer Network Architecture
ELEC 423 Digital Signal Processing
ELEC 428 Computer Architecture
* Another 3 credit hour programming course such as CSCI 201 may be substituted with department head approval.
Prerequisite courses ELEC 106 and ELEC 313 are waived for computer engineering minor students.
Total Credit Hours Required – 15, at least 9 of which must be completed at The Citadel.