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Project Management

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...Mathematics 3.0 ECE 201 Foundations of Electric Circuits 3.0 ECE 203 Programming for...

Engineering Management

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...0 Term 5 ECE 203 Programming for Engineers 3.0 ECE 201 Foundations of Electric...

Computer Engineering

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...201 Fundamentals of Physics III 4.0 Term Credits 18.0 Term 5 ECE 201...

Minor in Nuclear Engineering

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...Physics II ; PHYS 201 Fundamentals of Physics...is available on the ECE Department website . For...

Electrical Engineering

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...201 Fundamentals of Physics III 4.0 Term Credits 18.0 Term 5 ECE 201...

Systems Engineering BS/MS

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...Systems 3.0 ECE 203 Programming for Engineers 3.0 ECE 201 Foundations of Electric...

Business and Engineering

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...and Computer Engineering: ECE 200 , ECE 201 , ECEL 301 [ WI ] , ECE 203 , ECES 301 Mechanical...

ECE 201 Foundations of Electric Circuits 4.0 Credits

Covers basic electric circuit concepts and laws; circuit theorems; mesh and node methods; analysis of first-and second-order electric circuits; force and natural response; sinusoidal steady state analysis; complex frequency.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if major is CAE or classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PHYS 211 [Min Grade: D] or PHYS 281 [Min Grade: D] or PHYS 102 [Min Grade: D]

ECES 201 Introduction to Audio-Visual Signals 4.0 Credits

This introductory engineering course will focus on the digital signal representations commonly used in prevailing entertainment media: audio, images, and video. It will explore how each medium is represented digitally and convey the signal processing concepts used in storing, manipulating, transmitting, and rendering such content. The goal of the course is to provide non-engineering students with a fundamental understanding of core digital signal processing methods.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

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