Minors

The Electrical and Computing Engineering Department supports four minors.

Computer Engineering

The computer engineering minor provides students from other majors with the foundation needed to understand both the hardware and software aspects of computers. Our engineers contribute to industry and research areas such as electronic circuits and systems, computer architecture, computer networking, embedded systems, high-performance computing, software engineering, robotics and machine intelligence, computer security, medical devices, and many more.

Please refer to the Drexel University Catalog for more information about the Computer Engineering minor requirements.

Electrical Engineering

The minor provides students with the foundation needed to understand the diverse areas covered by the electrical engineering major. Our engineers contribute to industry and research in areas that include electronic circuits and systems, lasers and photonics, semiconductor devices, computer and communication networks, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, robotics, automation and control, and power and energy systems.

Please refer to the Drexel University Catalog for more information about the Electrical Engineering minor requirements.

Entertainment Engineering

Digital technologies have revolutionized the world of entertainment and created a new field combining the foundations of electrical engineering with entertainment media. This minor is designed for students with the technical literacy to effectively use, as well as develop, new tools for digital content creation and manipulation for entertainment applications.

Please refer to the Drexel University Catalog for more information about the Entertainment Engineering minor requirements.

Nuclear Engineering

The field of nuclear engineering covers topics from fundamental particle physics to nuclear power. Example commercial applications where nuclear engineers are utilized are power, medicine, oil exploration, and testing of materials. The nuclear engineering minor familiarizes students with terminology, mathematical applications, theory, and ethics corresponding to common nuclear engineering topics. This minor is open to all engineering, physics, and chemistry majors.

Please refer to the Drexel University Catalog for more information about the Nuclear Engineering minor requirements.