Program Minors

Minor in Information Technology

Students who are not Information Technology majors and wish to pursue a secondary area of concentration (minor) in Information Technology must complete 18 credits of Information Technology related courses.  The courses for the secondary area of concentration in Information Technology within University College are as follows:

Required Courses

INFO1101 Computer Concepts and Technology  3
INFO1105  Software Applications in Bus & Tech  3
INFO2101  Computer Programming for IT I    3
INFO2102  

Computer Programming for IT II    

3
CSCI3268 Database Systems 3

Electives

One course must be chosen from the following:

INFO2105Internet & Web Applications  3
ENGR2286Digital System Design   3
INFO3201Human Computer Interface  3
INFO4101Data Comm & Computer Networks I   3
INFO4201IT Needs Assessment & Management 3

With the approval of academic advisor, students may take other higher level INFO courses as electives.

Minor in Computer Science

This minor in Computer Science consists of 18 credits and is available to qualified students. This minor provides students with a basic foundation in computer science that complements their majors and enhances their employment opportunities and career options. The problem-solving and critical-thinking skills acquired through this minor are essential skills needed to be successful in life and in the workplace. The courses for a minor in computer science within University College are as follows:

Required Courses

CSCI1201 Computer Programming I3
CSCI2215 Introduction to Computer Science3
CSCI3268 Database Systems3

Elective Courses *

Three courses must be choosen from the following:

CSCI1202Computer Programming II3
CSCI2232 Data Structures 3
CSCI2247 Assembly Language Programming3
CSCI3240 Computer Networks3
CSCI3249 Computer Organization3
CSCI3278 Operating Systems3
ENGR2286Digital System Design3
MATH2255 Discrete Structures 3

To take any course in the minor, a student must meet all the prerequisites for that course.

* With the approval of the academic adviser, students may take other higher-level CSCI courses as electives. Students intending to pursue an M.S. in Computer Science or an M.S. in Management Information Systems must see an adviser for the proper selection of electives.

Minor in Electrical Engineering

The minor in Electrical Engineering consists of 19 credits, and it is relevant to students with appropriate mathematics and science backgrounds. This minor provides students in other fields of study with a basic foundation in electrical engineering, and it can bring them additional employment opportunities and career options. The courses for a minor in electrical engineering within University College are as follows:

Required Courses

EENG2221 Signals and Systems I
4
EENG2222 Signals and Systems II
3
EENG2287Microprocessor System Design I
3
EENG3251 Electronic Circuits
3
ENGR2286 Digital System Design
3

Elective Courses **

One course must be choosen from the following:

EENG3223 Linear Systems
3
EENG3252 Nonlinear Electronics
3
EENG3254 Linear Amplifier Design
3
EENG3288 Microprocessor System Design II
3

To take any course in the minor, a student must meet all the prerequisites for that course.

** With the approval of the academic adviser, students may take other higher-level EENG courses as electives.

Minor in Electrical Engineering Technology

Student who are not Electrical engineering technology majors and wish to pursue a secondary area of concentration in Electrical Engineering Technology must take 18 credits of Electrical Engineering Technology related courses. A student does not have to be enrolled in the school of computer science and engineering to declare the minor, but the student must meet the published prerequisites for all courses. The courses for the secondary area of concentration in Electrical Engineering Technology within University college area as follows:

Required Courses                                  

 

Credits

ENGR1301 

Engg. Pract,Graphics, Design

3

EGTG2215

Circuits I

3

EGTE2216

Circuits II

3

EGTG2286

Digital System Design

3

Electives*

(Two courses must be chosen from the following)

EGTE2287

Micro System Design I

3

EGTE3288

Micro System Design II

3

EGTG2220

Electronics

3

EGTG3223

Instrumentation

3

EGTE3243 

Analog Design

3

EGTE3439

Computer Assisted Circuits                                     

3

 

* With the approval of academic advisor, students may take other higher level EGTE courses as elective.

Minor in Mathematics

The minor in Mathematics consists of 20 credits, and it is relevant to students in all majors. Mathematics is indeed in every aspect of one's daily life and in every profession. Students who complete this minor will possess strong mathematical knowledge and problem solving skills that are useful in the contemprary workplace and in graduate studies, including those in business, natural sciences, computer science, education, engineering and technology. The courses for a minor in mathematics within University College are as follows:

Required Courses

MATH1201 Calculus I 4
MATH2202 Calculus II 4

Elective Courses **

Four courses must be choosen from the following:

MATH2203Calculus III3
MATH2210Differential Equations 3
MATH2255Discrete Structures 3
MATH3220Linear Algebra 3
MATH3237Probability and Statistics I 3
MATH3341Advanced Engineering Math 3

To take any course in the minor, a student must meet all the prerequisites for that course.

** With the approval of an academic adviser, students may take other higher-level MATH courses as electives.

Minor in Mechanical Engineering Technology

The minor in mechanical engineering technology consist of 18 credits; it is relevant to student with appropriate mathematics and science background. This minor provides students in other fields of study with the fundamental aspect of mechanical engineering technology and, it can bring them additional employment opportunities and career options. The course for minor in mechanical engineering technology within University College is as follows:

Requires Courses (12 Credits)                                            

 

Credits

EGTM2232   

Mechanical Measurement and Design              

3

EGTM2230   

Manufacturing Process                                       

3

EGTM3248   

Mechanical Technology Design I                      

3

EGTM3250   

Mechanical Technology Design II                     

3

Elective (6 Credits)*

 

 

EGTG2221   

Statics

3

EGTG2228   

Strength of Materials                                          

3

EGTG3351  

Applied Thermodynamics                                   

3

EGTG3431   

Dynamics                                                            

3

EGTG4224

Process and Electro/Mechanical                         Control System Technology

3

EGTG4225   

Industrial Automation                                         

3

EGTG4254   

Fluid Mechanics                                                 

3

EGTM4356       

Stress and Vibration Analysis                            

3

 

To take any course in the minor a student must meet all the perquisites for that course

*With approval of an academic advisor, student may take other high level, relevant technical courses as elective

 

Secondary Area of Concentration and Certificate in Web-site Design and Development

Liberal arts students wishing to pursue a secondary area of concentration (minor) and /or certificate in Web-site Design and Development must complete 18 credits of courses. The courses for the secondary area of concentration and certificate in Web-site Design and Development within University College are as follows:

Required Courses

INFO1101 

Computer Concepts and Technology  

3

INFO1105  
OR
CSCI1105

Software Applications in Bus & Tech 
OR
Survey of Computers and Computer Software

3
ART1177Introduction to Digital Media3
INFO2105Internet & Web Applications  3
INFO2106Web-site Design and Management3

Elective Courses

One course must be chosen from the following:

INFO3201Human Computer Interface  3
INFO3205Digital Media Publishing3
INFO4844Programming for the Internet3

With the approval of academic advisor, students may take other higher level INFO or CSCI courses as elective.