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New engineering minors available

EAS_Website_103165-resizedAre you looking to expand your knowledge base or to supplement your engineering degree? The college is pleased to announce that we now offer four minors—and all courses, if applicable, can apply to your degree.

Computer Engineering minor, offered through the Department of Electrical Engineering

The minor in computer engineering provides an opportunity to gain a more in-depth knowledge of computing technology, programming digital hardware, interfacing digital hardware, internet of things, microcontrollers and microprocessors, sensor technology, as well as computer vision and image processing. The only pre-requisite to start this program is good academic standing and the desire to learn.

Computer Science minor, offered through the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

The minor in computer science is designed to provide undergraduate students the fundamentals of computer science and programming, skills that can enhance most any career field. Any undergraduate student enrolled in a University of Colorado Denver degree program with a major other than computer science may earn a minor in computer science.

Construction Management minor, offered through the Department of Civil Engineering

The minor in construction management allows students to learn skills to facilitate entry into the construction industry and is designed for students in engineering, architecture, business and other related disciplines.

Electrical Engineering minor, offered through the Department of Electrical Engineering

Students enrolled in the minor of electrical engineering will be given the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of electrical engineering as well as be introduced to some advanced applications. Students will be exposed to many real world applications and have hands-on engineering design experiences.

How to declare a minor.

Learn more about each program at the links above, or contact the associated department for more information.


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