Electrical Engineering Minor
Broaden your career opportunities with an Electrical Engineering Minor from Embry-Riddle Prescott
The Electrical Engineering Minor was created to provide students in the fields of aerospace and mechanical engineering the opportunity to increase their knowledge of analog or digital electronics - foundational in applications such as robotics, autonomous vehicles, spacecraft, and avionics. Either option provides the student with a broad background in basic electrical circuit theory, signals and systems, and a hands-on electrical engineering laboratory experience. Additionally, the analog option introduces students to semiconductor devices, design of simple transistor amplifiers, circuit simulation, and test and measurement procedures for simple electronic circuits, while the digital option introduces students to microprocessor systems and includes a microprocessor systems laboratory experience. Both options will enhance the student's value as a member of design team in industry, increasing employment opportunities after graduation.