Minor in Entertainment Engineering

Digital technologies have revolutionized the world of entertainment and created a new field combining the foundations of electrical engineering with entertainment media. This minor is designed for students with the technical literacy to effectively use, as well as develop, new tools for digital content creation and manipulation for entertainment applications.

The entertainment engineering minor consists of a minimum of six (6) required courses and an additional two (2) elective courses.

Entertainment Engineering Option for Non-Engineering Majors

The minor assumes students have a background in mathematics (equivalent to Calculus II). Courses taken to meet these pre-requisite requirements will not count toward the minor.

Required Courses
DIGM 105Overview of Digital Media3.0
ECE 101Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Real World1.0
ECE 121Introduction to Entertainment Engineering3.0
ECES 201Introduction to Audio-Visual Signals4.0
ECES 352Introduction to Digital Signal Process4.0
PSY 101General Psychology I3.0
Electives
Select one of the following:3.0
Sensation and Perception
The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction
Select one of the following:3.0
Basic Shooting and Lighting
Basic Editing
Basic Sound
Digital Audio Workstations I
Total Credits24.0

Additional Information

Additional information about this minor is available on the ECE Department website.

Timothy P. Kurzweg, PhD
Associate Professor
Associate Department Head for Undergraduate Studies
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bossone Research Center, Suite 313
3120-40 Market Street
advising@ece.drexel.edu

Amy Ruymann, MS
Associate Director - Undergraduate Advising
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bossone Research Center Suite 31
advising@ece.drexel.edu

To make an appointment, please call 215.895.2241
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