Entertainment engineering is an engineering discipline that creates the highly technical designs that the entertainment industry has come to demand. Entertainment engineering involves the application of traditional engineering disciplines including computer, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering to the art of entertainment.
Non-EED students may declare a minor through the advising centers of either the College of Engineering or the College of Fine Arts. A total of 30 credits are required for a minor in Entertainment Engineering and Design. 12 credits must come from the provided list of required classes and 18 credits from one of the two tracks. Work in the minor must be completed with a 2.75 or higher GPA by the date of graduation in the student’s major field of study. All work must be completed in residence at UNLV.