EE302Syllabus - Introduction to Electrical and Computer...

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Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering (EE302) Spring 2008 Courses: EE302 - Unique #s: 15590, 15595, 15600 Lectures: MWF: 10:00 - 11 AM in ENS 127 Labs: 15590 meets Mondays 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM in ACA 1.108 15595 meets Tuesdays 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM in ACA 1.108 15600 meets Mondays 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM in ACA 1.108 - cancelled Instructor: Dr. Eugene G. Preston Office Hours: MWF room ENS 106, 11 AM - 2 PM. Email: [email protected] Phone: 512-921-3337 Web page: Text: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 4 th Edition (same text as 3 rd edition) Charles K. Alexander and Mathew N.O. Sadiku Course Objectives: The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to electrical and computer engineering (ECE). In general, this course will expose you to The Engineering Profession Basic Circuit Theory Node and Mesh Circuit Analysis Techniques Other circuit analysis techniques such as Thevenin and Norton Equivalents The Operational Amplifier Lab exercises designed to help you build circuits, and a lab project that requires you to use computer applications. Prerequisites: Must have credit for or be currently enrolled in M408C or M408K. Students enrolled in EE302 are expected to have completed or be enrolled in their first semester of calculus. Students are expected to be proficient in elementary algebra; linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; polynomials; and systems of linear equations. Attendance: You are expected to attend each and every lecture. Your absences will be recorded and each unapproved absence will be a 2 point reduction in a homework grade. So, if you turned in no homework for the week, and had an unapproved absence, your homework 1
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grade would be –2. I will approve absences that are beyond your control, such as an illness, an accident, a death in the family, a school sponsored event, etc. I will not approve an absence that simply allows you to take advantage of a vacation. Please let me know if you have a valid reason for an absence - to avoid the homework deduction. Homework: All homework assignments are to be handed in on the day the problems are due by the end of the class period. Homework turned in any time later in the semester will be given 50% of the grade that would have otherwise been given. 12 points would be a perfect
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2009 for the course CH 302 taught by Professor Holcombe during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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