Minor in Electrical Engineering
The purpose of the minor in Electrical Engineering is to give students in other fields of study a good basic background in Electrical Engineering. The 16-unit core provides an introduction to four basic areas of modern Electrical Engineering - basic electrical circuit theory, electronics, linear signals and systems, and digital logic and computer architecture. Elective courses provide opportunities for additional breadth or depth in a particular area. Students interested in the Electrical Engineering minor must meet with the Program Head of Electrical and Computer Engineering and complete the Electrical Engineering Minor Program Approval Form [PDF 26 KB]. Revision of the form requires the approval of the Program Head.
The minor is intended for students who have satisfied the following prerequisite requirements:
|Math 226||Calculus I (4)|
|Math 227||Calculus II (4)|
|Math 228||Calculus III (4)|
|Math 245||Elementary Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (3)|
|Phys220/222||Physics I with Calculus (4)|
|Phys230/232||Physics II with Calculus (4)|
The minor may be satisfied by a minimum of 22 units (not including prerequisite units) distributed as follows:
To earn a minor in Electrical Engineering, a student must complete at least 12 of the required 22 core and elective units at SFSU. All courses in the minor must be taken with letter grades (CR/NC is not acceptable).
Last Update: 01/20/2011