2020-2021 Academic Catalog

Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)

EEE 201  Electrical Network Theory I  (3 Credits)  

This course is an introduction to the basic principles on DC electrical circuit theory for electronics engineering and technology majors. The focus of the course is the study of methods for analyzing resistive circuits. Circuits incorporating independent and dependent energy sources are studied. Methods covered include: Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, nodal analysis, loop analysis, superposition, Thevenin's Theorem, Norton's' Theorem, and the maximum power transfer principle. Computer software tools such as MATLAB and MultiSim will be introduced.

EEE 201L  Electrical Network Theory I  (1 Credits)  

This course provides hands-on experience in constructing, troubleshooting, and testing simple DC electrical circuits. The student experiences circuit theory in action by performing a series of increasingly difficult experiments. Basic instruments, such as the digital multimeter, DC power supply, and laboratory breadboard are introduced and utilized.

EEE 203  Electronic Principles  (3 Credits)  

This is the second electronics engineering course for Optical Engineering majors. This course provides the student with advanced concepts of circuit theory as well as an introduction to electron devices. The topics covered include first and second order transient circuits, AC circuit analysis, diodes, transistors, and operational amplifier. Computer modeling of electronic circuits will be introduced.

EEE 231  Digital Logic Design  (3 Credits)  

This course involves the study of number systems, binary arithmetic and codes, Boolean algebraic simplification, Karnaugh Maps, and flip-flops. The design and analysis of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits, counters, and shift registers are also studied.

EEE 231L  Digital Logic Design Laboratory  (1 Credits)  

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EEE 431  Microcontrollers  (3 Credits)  

This course is being added to the curriculum to replace EEE 331 Microprocessor and to ensure our program is aligned with other Electrical and Electronics Engineering Programs.