Courses of Study 2016-2017 
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Courses of Study 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENGRD 2100 - Introduction to Circuits for Electrical and Computer Engineers

(crosslisted) ECE 2100  
Fall, spring. 4 credits.

Corequisite: MATH 2930  and PHYS 2213 .

J. Shealy.

First course in electrical circuits and electronics. Establishes the fundamental properties of circuits with application to modern electronics. Topics include circuit analysis methods, operational amplifiers, basic filter circuits, and elementary transistor principles. The laboratory experiments are coupled closely with the lectures.

Outcome 1: Learn to describe and analyze components of electronic circuits.

Outcome 2: Analyze and design multi-component electrical circuits by applying fundamental analysis tools.

Outcome 3: Learn how to effectively use laboratory equipment in the context of electrical circuits.

Outcome 4: Analyze dynamic circuits (transient & sinusoidal steady state) by applying Laplace Transforms and Phasor analysis methods.

Outcome 5: Develop rigorous experimental and analytical skills and effective communication of results.

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