0007. Electrical Applications (2 s.h.) S

The goals of this course are: (1) to introduce basic concepts in Electrical and Computer Engineering in an integrated manner, (2) to motivate basic concepts in the context of real applications, and (3) to illustrate a logical way of thinking about problems and their solutions. Course exposes the student to the following list of selected topics from Electrical and Computer Engineering: Decomposing a complex system into its subsystems; applying basic circuits laws (e.g. Kirchhoffís current and voltage laws, Ohmís law) to analyze simple circuits that include resistors and sources; using piecewise linear behavioral models of active devices such as transistors, diodes, and Zener diodes for circuit analysis; analyzing basic circuits that include resistors, transistors, and diodes; understanding the operation of logic gates such as AND, OR, NAND, and NOR.

0008. Electrical Applications Laboratory (1 s.h.) S

In the lab the students will analyze and measure simple circuits such as series and parallel connections, work with transistors as switches and build elementary logic gates.

C020. Evolution of Modern Electronic Systems (3 s.h.) F S Core: SB

Prerequisite: Any first level Core Science and Technology (SA) course.

Introduction to modern electronic systems such as telephone networks, television, radio, radar, and computers. Key discoveries such as the vacuum tube, transistor, and laser are covered. The fundamental operating principles are presented in a non-mathematical and historic context. The evolution of these technologies is presented in terms of the need for communication systems and their impact on society.

C050. Science and Technology: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (3 s.h.) S Core: SB

Prerequisite: Any first level Core Science and Technology (SA) course.

The goal of this course is to provide the student with a historical as well as contemporary view of science and technology and their interrelationship. It is then hoped that with information about the past and present aspects of science and technology some reasonable conclusion can be drawn concerning their futures.

C054. Technology and You (3 s.h.) F Core: SB

Prerequisite: Any first level Core Science and Technology (SA) course.

The practitioners of science are scientists. However, we never refer to the practitioners of technology as technologists, rather, they are always referred to as engineers. Therefore understanding the process of engineering is to understand the process of technological development. The engineer of today is either making an old technology better of developing a new technology. As will be illustrated in the readings, engineering is a human endeavor that has existed since the dawn of human kind. To understand engineering and its roots is to understand and appreciate one of humanityís greatest assets.

0063. Electrical Devices and Systems I (4 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: CIS C061. Corequisites: Physics C088 and Mathematics 0127

DC circuits: node and mesh analysis, superposition and Theveninís Theorem. AC circuits; phasers, power, and electromechanical systems. Transient analysis. Practical applications of the principles discussed in the lecture are undertaken in the laboratory portion of this course.

Note: This course is for Mechanical Engineering majors only.

0066. Electrical Devices and Systems II (4 s.h.) S

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0063 and Mathematics C086.

Circuit analysis using frequency domain techniques, Laplace Transforms, Operational amplifiers, elements of semiconductor devices, electronic circuits, and logic circuits. Practical applications of the principles discussed in the lecture are undertaken in the laboratory portion of this course.

Note: This course is for Mechanical Engineering majors only.

0080. Introduction to Multimedia Systems (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: Computer Literacy

Multimedia use and development has become widespread and no longer is the domain of just a few technologically skilled individuals. The purpose of this hands-on course is to provide the students with the basic principles of multimedia - how it works, what hardware is needed and how touse it, what software is needed, and how to plan, develop and implement a multimedia presentation. This course is for non-engineering students.

0161. Electrical Engineering Science I (4 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: CIS C071. Corequisites: Physics C088 and Mathematics 0127

Network circuit analysis, dependent voltage sources, source transformation, linearity. Theveninís Theorem, theory of inductors, capacitors, and impedance, fundamental waveforms, time domain response, and Laplace Transforms. Circuit problems will be solved using the computer-aided circuit analysis program SPICE.

Note: This course is for Electrical Engineering majors only.

0165. Electrical Circuits (4 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0161

Sinusoidal analysis, power measurements, three-phase circuits, complex frequency and network functions, resonance, scaling, frequency response, two-port networks, Fourier series and transforms.

W166. Instrumentation and Measurements (3 s.h.) S Core: WI

Fundamentals of making electronic measurements. Students will learn how to use properly various instruments and how to troubleshoot in case of problems. Safety issues will be covered.

0210. Signal: Continuous and Discrete ( 4 s.h.) F

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0165 and Mathematics 0251

Continuous time signal models, convolution, superposition integral and impulse response. Fourier series periodic and a periodic signals. Parsevalís theorem, energy spectral density, Fourier transform and filters. Discrete time signals, difference equations, Z transforms, discrete convolution, discrete Fourier transform, and spectral windowing.

0220. Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisites: Physics C088 and Mathematics 0251

Electromagnetic field theory including Coulombís Law Gauss Law and Faradayís Law. Use of Poissonís equations with boundary values. Magnetic flux and the use of Gauss and Ampereís Law. Development of Maxwellís equations and the transmission of plane waves in free space and uniform, homogenous, isotropic media.

0222. Electromagnetic Wave Propagation (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0 220

Application of time-harmonic Maxwellís equations to EM wave propagation, transmission lines, waveguides, antenna, and numerical methods in EM.

0223. EM Wave Propagation Laboratory ( 1 s.h.) S

Microwave and transmission line laboratory in EM wave propagation.

0235. Microprocessor Systems (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0256 and 0257.

Finite-state machines in process control. Assembly language programming of the WDC 65816 16 bit microprocessor and its hardware system implementation. Dynamic RAM read/write and DMA access, hardware interrupts, I/O port addressing, and peripheral interface design. Microprocessor addressing modes, op codes, and arithmetic computation.

0236. Microprocessor Systems Laboratory (1 s.h.)

Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0235

Hardware and Software laboratory in microprocessor systems.

0242. Power Generation and Transformation (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0220.

Fundamentals of electromechanical energy conversion, electromechanical devices, and systems. Energy stat functions, force-energy relationships, basic transducers, and introduction to AC and DC machines.

0243. Power Generation and Transmission Laboratory (1 s.h.) S

Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0242

Electrical machinery and power laboratory in power generation and transmission.

0254. Electronic Devices and Circuits (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0165 and W166

Ideal and nonideal operational amplifier circuits, diodes in nonlinear circuit applications, junction field-effect transistors (JFETs), metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs) and bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), biasing techniques, gain and bandwidth, the design of amplifiers, and transistors as loads.

0255. Electrical Devices and Circuits Laboratory (1 s.h.) S

Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0254

Electrical devices and circuits laboratory taken with Electrical Engineering 0254.

0256. Digital Circuit Design (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0165. Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0257

Number systems, codes, and truth tables. Logical hardware devices such as gates, inverters, tristate logic, flip-flops, and latches. Digital Circuits such as arithmetic units, comparators, code converters, ripple and ring counters, and shift registers. Design of combinational and sequential digital circuits.

0257. Digital Circuit Design Laboratory (1 s.h.) F

Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0256

Laboratory for Electrical Engineering 0256, Digital Circuit Design.

0282. Classical Control Systems (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0210 and Mathematics 0251

Topics include: mathematical modeling, transfer functions, systems transfer functions, root locus analysis and design, design analysis in the frequency domain.

0300. Analog and Digital Communications (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0210.

Techniques of analog and digital signaling and communication. Amplitude modulation and angle modulation techniques of frequency and phase modulation. Digital signaling formats such as pulse code modulation and modulation schemes of amplitude, phase, and frequency shift keying.

0301. Analog and Digital Communications Laboratory (1 s.h.) F

Co-requisite: Electrical Engineering 0300.

Laboratory for Electronic Engineering 0300, Analog and Digital Communications.

0310. Digital Signal Processing (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electronic Engineering 0210

Discrete Fourier Series and discrete Fourier transforms. Digital filter representation by matrixes and signal flow graphs, basic network structures, and design of infinite impulse (IIR) and finite impulse response (FIR) filters. Computer-aided design of IIR and FIR filters, computation of Fast Fourier Transform and Chirp Z Transform, and effect of finite register length in digital signal processing.

0311. Computer Network Communication ( 3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0300

Computer network data protocols modulation methods, traffic and signaling.

0320. Telecommunications Engineering (3 s.h.)S

Prerequisites: Mathematics 0230, Electrical Engineering 0300.

Digital data communications, protocols, and coding. Digital data transmission, time-division and frequency-division multiplexing. Detection of digital signals in noise.

0335. Advanced Microprocessor Systems (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0235

Verilog hardware description language and its applications to digital hardware system design.

0350. Modern Control Systems (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0282.

Analysis and design of control systems using state variable techniques. State variable analysis, discrete and continuous. Linear vector spaces, eigenvalues, eigenevectors, controllability, and observability.

0351. Modern Control Theory Laboratory (1 s.h.) F

Co-rerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0350.

Experimentation on selected topics in Modern Control Theory.

0355. Microelectronics (3 s.h.) F

Prerequisites: Electrical Engineering 0254 and 0255

Advanced study of electronic devices and their application to linear, non-linear, and digital circuits. Transistors, FETís filters, oscillators, amplifiers, A/D, D/A, some integrated circuits, and VLSIís. Software design problems emphasized.

0375. VLSI Systems Design ( 3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0355 or permission of instructor.

An introduction to a hierarchical design methodology of VLSI. Study of basic logic elements and design methods in n MOS and CMOS. The Physics of MOS devices and the fabrication process. Design rules and computation of circuit parameters from layout. System level design.

0383. Digital Control Systems (3 s.h.) S

Prerequisite: Electrical Engineering 0282.

Discrete data and digital control systems, signal conversions and processing, the Z transform and state variable techniques applied to digital control system. Time and frequency domain analysis techniques, stability of digital control systems, controllability, observability. Principles of design of digital control systems, including computer control.

0390. Independent Study in Electrical Engineering (2-6 s.h.) F S

Students may complete a regular course during semesters the course is not offered to meet prerequisite or graduation requirements with department chairperson approval. An instructor supervises the student.

0398. Independent Study in Research (2-6 s.h.) F S

Project assigned with the approval of the department chairperson and conducted under the supervision of a faculty sponsor.