Electrical Engineering

Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics (Minor)

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Why choose a minor in Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics?

The U.S. defense industry has long depended on digital microelectronics built overseas. The security issues that accompany them have become a cause of increasing concern. The Department of Defense is asking defense contractors for a secure, U.S.-built equivalent – but there are not enough skilled workers to accomplish this. Students enrolled in the Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics minor will design, develop, and assess the assuredness and trustworthiness of digital microelectronic devices. The skills acquired in this minor will provide the broad-based knowledge you need to enter nearly every engineering-related career.

Academics and Curriculum

View the Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics Minor program requirements in the Academic Catalog.

Electrical engineering course descriptions


The Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics Minor is open to all students.

Scholarship Opportunity

Assured Digital Microelectronics Education & Training Ecosystem (ADMETE) Scholarship

Award Amount: $4,000

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Wright State University
  • Enrolled in the Assured and Trusted Digital Microelectronics minor
  • Successfully complete either EE 2000 Digital Design with HDL or CEG 3320 Digital System Design with a C or higher

Renewable: Yes, for second year only

How to apply: Complete the form

Additional Information:

Scholarship Requirements

  • Maintain a 3.0 GPA
  • Make continued annual progress in the four-course sequence required for the minor
  • Participate in career readiness and scholarship related activities as specified by the scholarship program manager. Examples of these activities include, but are not limited to, internships, mentoring, community outreach, or undergraduate research.

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