A computer engineering minor broadens expertise in the architectural design of computer hardware as well as the hardware and software techniques used in embedded systems design. For non-majors, adding the computer engineering minor can increase skillset and make graduates more attractive to potential employers as well as enhance preparedness for graduate school. To qualify for a Minor in Computer Engineering (CPE), a student must take at least 18 credits of eligible courses. For additional information, see theminors policy.
Computer Engineering Minor Version S1
Students complete all three of the following courses, totaling 12 credits: