The Minor in Electronic Intelligent Systems (EIS)

The Electronic Intelligent Systems (EIS) minor offers the opportunity to gain breadth as well as depth in the area of electronic intelligent systems that connect to the physical and social world.

The minor includes sub-areas such as robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence as well as electronic/electrical engineering. Students learn computer programming as well as computer engineering. EIS minors achieve an understanding of conceptual foundations and emerging applications over a broad range of electrical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science subjects.

See a list of EIS Faculty and Instructors

Requirement Guidelines

  • All courses taken to fulfill the minor requirements must be taken for graded credit.
  • All upper division courses taken to fulfill the minor must be completed with an overall GPA of 2.0 or above.
  • No more than one upper division course may be used to simultaneously fulfill requirements for a student’s major and minor programs.
  • Completion of the minor program cannot delay a student’s graduation.
  • EECS majors should not be pursuing an EIS minor.
  • All students must complete the EIS Minor Completion Form at least one semester before their final semester.

3 Lower Division Requirements

All courses must be taken for graded credit.

  • EL ENG 16A: Designing Information Devices and Systems I - 4 units
  • EL ENG 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II - 4 units
  • Select from one of the following:

Application Process

Review requirement guidelines on this page before completing the steps below.

Step 1: Submit an online EIS Minor Application when you have at least four minor requirements completed.

Step 2: Submit the EIS Minor Completion Form to minor adviser when you are enrolled in your last requirement(s) and by the Friday before RRR week. Students must submit this form at least one semester before their final semester. Students who do not submit the EIS Minor Completion form signed by their major advisor by the stated deadline will not have their EIS minor conferred.  Late forms will not be accepted.

3 Upper Division Requirements

All courses used for the minor must be at least 3 units and must be taken for graded credit.

Select two from the following:

Select one from the following:

  • Any upper division EE or EECS course.
  • COMPSCI 61C: Great Ideas of Computer Architecture (Machine Structures) - 4 units
  • COMPSCI 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory - 4 units

Contact

Students interested in the EIS minor are welcome to connect with the program's advisor.

Mayra Rivera
205 Cory Hall
+1 (510) 642-1786
m.rivera@eecs.berkeley.edu