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The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department offers the following minor degrees.

Avionics (Minor)

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There is a critical need for avionics expertise, so put yourself in the cockpit designing and building cutting-edge avionics systems, robotic control systems, and wireless communications. Use a fully-equipped flight simulator to mimic a wide range of military and civilian aircraft. Students will have the opportunity to build components for the flight simulator, such as collision avoidance software and flight control systems. Give yourself a competitive edge in a broad cross-section of the aerospace industry – think NASA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, and many more.

Computer Science (Minor)

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The proliferation of artificial intelligence and machine learning into every aspect of modern life means those with a basic understanding of computer systems, coding, and human-machine interfaces will excel in the marketplace. In addition to any science or engineering discipline, give yourself a competitive advantage with experience in applied computer science.

Electrical Engineering (Minor)

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A fundamental grasp of energy production, transmission, and storage is essential for many fields. These fields can include material science exploration of new types of solar cells, a mechanical engineer developing a new kind of wind turbine, a civil engineer performing a substation site selection, or a mining engineer using complex robotic and electrical machinery.

Electronics Engineering and Technology (Minor)

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Large-scale integration of electronic technology occurs in various applications such as automation, sensors, robotics, propulsion systems, controls, biomedical instrumentation, aerospace, nanomaterials, power systems, and manufacturing. Electronics are the lifeblood of most systems and products. Enhance your abilities in innovative and systems thinking.

Robotics (Minor)

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The field of robotics is permeating industry at every level – from robotic vacuums standard in homes today to cutting-edge automated manufacturing. Establish a foundation in robotics that will open up opportunities in almost any engineering field.

Systems Engineering (Minor)

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Leaders must design across the full breadth, depth, and lifecycle of technical systems to be at the forefront of what is next. If you have heard about "systems thinking," you can equip yourself with the design fundamentals necessary to solve complex, trans-disciplinary technological problems.