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2011-2012 (Updated: 08/22/11 cml) UM-EECS: Elec. Eng. Minor Page 1 of 2 2009-2012 Electrical Engineering Minor
 

Summary: 2011-2012 (Updated: 08/22/11 cml) UM-EECS: Elec. Eng. Minor Page 1 of 2
2009-2012 Electrical Engineering Minor
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department
Undergraduate Advising Office
3415 EECS Bldg., ugadmin@eecs.umich.edu, 734.763.2305
As the lines between engineering and scientific disciplines become increasingly blurred, many students are forced to
make tough decisions about which major to choose. Traditionally there has been no formal mechanism within the
College of Engineering to expose students to substantial academic preparation in more than one department, other
than a double-major option, which generally entails a substantial investment of time. A Minor in Electrical
Engineering (EE), offered through the EECS Department, is designed to fill this void by providing an avenue for a
diverse education for students outside of the EECS department. Due to the extensive breadth of EE discipline areas,
students seeking a minor in EE have a spectrum of choices for the program paths they choose. Path options include
Applied Electromagnetics, Circuits, Communications, Control Systems, Optics, Power and Energy, Signal
Processing, and Solid State.
Electrical Engineering (EE) Declaration Requirements:
To declare a minor in EE, you must be a College of Engineering student and:
(1) Have completed at least one full term at UM Ann Arbor
(2) Have an overall UM GPA of 2.0 or better in courses taken at the UM Ann Arbor campus and be in good
standing
(3) Have completed or earned credit by exam or transfer for at least one course in each of these categories

  

Source: Awtar, Shorya - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan

 

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