Jul 18, 2018  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019

Electronics Engineering Minor


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The Minor in Electronics Engineering aims at teaching students the fundamentals of electronics engineering and introducing them to the exciting applications of modern electronics. The minor is designed to provide students a foundation to explore specialized topics in electronics engineering such as Electrical Circuit Analysis, Semi-conductor Electronics, Digital Logic Circuits, Microprocessors, Communication Theory, and Control Systems.   

Requirements:


Notes:


  • Students who are not majoring in Physics, Applied Physics, or Engineering Physics are required to take 3 hours of electives.
  • Student majoring in physics must take 6 hours of electives (instead of 3 hours).
  • Applied Physics majors with a concentration in engineering cannot minor in electronics engineering.
  • Engineering Physics majors cannot minor in Electronics Engineering
  • Biophysics majors who minor in Electronics Engineering cannot count courses that are program electives in Biophysics that also count toward the Electronics Engineering minor.
  • Note that ENGR 346, ENGR 348, and ENGR 372 have pre-requisites that are outside of the minor. Most students would therefore be advised to take ENGR 354 as their elective.

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