The Minor in Robotics and Autonomous Systems consists of a minimum of 16 credit hours, representing fundamental areas of knowledge in the fields of robotics and autonomous systems. Undergraduate students interested in the minor in Robotics and Autonomous Systems must select the coursework with an advisor in order to receive the minor. The main objective of the program is to offer interested students with GPAs of 3.00 or above in any field of study the opportunity to enhance their capabilities in their own profession by developing expertise in the high demand areas of embedded systems, signal processing, robotics, and controls. These courses generally have prerequisites, and their enrollment will need approval by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Enrolled students must complete a minimum of 16 credit hours in consultation with an advisor and maintain a GPA of 3.00 or above.
|EE 2369||Digital Systems Design I||3|
|EE 2169||Laboratory for EE 2369||1|
|EE 3353||Discrete Time Signals & System||3|
|EE 3360||Intro Robotics and Auto Syst||3|
|Prescribed Elective Courses:|
|Select at least six credits of the following:|
|Intro to Communication Netwks|
|Real-Time Digital Signal Proc|
|Systems and Controls|
|Foundations of Deep Learning|
|Special Topics-Electrical Engr|
|Special Topics Lab in ECE|
|EE 33XX/EE43XX EE elective course (optional by Department approval)|
|Total Hours||16 or more|