Lecture1 - Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering EE302 Dr Nina Telang ENS106 MW 10-noon [email protected] Welcome to UT What is

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Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering EE302 Dr. Nina Telang ENS106: MW 10-noon [email protected]
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Welcome to UT! What is the Mission of UT? To transform lives for the benefit of society through the core values of learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity and responsibility.
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The ECE Department Chairman of the Department Dr. Tony Ambler Undergraduate Student Advisor Dr. John Pearce Undergraduate Student Office ENS 143 Start here with problems
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EE 302 Instructor: Prof. Nina Telang Email: [email protected] Lecture: 9-10AM meets in ENS 127 Lecture: 1-2PM meets in ENS 115 Office Hours: MW 10-noon Office: ENS 106 Prerequisites: Credit for or current enrollment in M 408C or L.
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Course Website (Blackboard) https://courses.utexas.edu You will need your EID and password. All unique numbers in the 9AM and 1PM lecture sections have the same website.
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Textbook for EE302 Required text: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 3rd Edition , Alexander, Charles and Sadiku, Matthew. This is the same text that you will use for EE411.
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Course Topics Analysis of DC Linear Circuits Chapters 1 - 5 of textbook
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Prior Knowledge Expectations Proficiency in elementary algebra : linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; polynomials;
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Lecture1 - Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering EE302 Dr Nina Telang ENS106 MW 10-noon [email protected] Welcome to UT What is

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