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Unformatted text preview: ECE231 Section 101 Circuits and Systems I Fall 10 Session 1 Professor Stewart Personick Office: ECEC Room 321 Stewart.Personick@NJIT.edu This course covers a subset of basic electrical engineering principles. The objective of this course, and other introductory electrical engineering courses, is: to provide you with the opportunity to develop the baseline of knowledge and skills that you will need for further study of modern electrical engineering technologies and applications Please refer to the course syllabus Course textbook: Electric Circuits 9th Edition by James W. Nilsson and Susan A. Riedel Prerequisites: Physics 121; Math 112 (or Circuits and Systems 1 Circuits and Systems 1 There are many resources that you can use to obtain a variety of complementary explanations of the associated concepts and methodologies that are covered in this course: The weekly lecture sessions The weekly 1hour review sessions The lecture notes (sent out prior to each session) The course textbook Other textbooks (e.g. G. Rizzoni, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering) The World Wide Web (e.g. Wikipedia, etc.) Discussions with: the course instructor and/or the course TA inperson, during office hours, and/or via Email A critical success factor, that will determine your success in this course (and in your other courses), is how much effort you put into thinking about these concepts and methodologies outside of the classroom (e.g. in the process of producing your homework solution sets). You should expect to spend 69 hours of nonclass time each week (e.g. studying, and producing homework sets) for a 3credit course such as ECE 231. History has shown that engineering students who do not (for whatever reason) spend 69 hours of non class time each week for each 3credit course they enroll in derive very little of the knowledge and skills that they are expected to derive from those Circuits and Systems 1 Course policy Grading will be based on a total of 120 possible points: Homework grades (20 points total) Three (3) quizzes (20 points each) Final exam (40 points) A= 105120 points; B=90104 points; C=7589 points; D=6074 points; F=<60points. Grades will NOT be fitted to a curve. Students are encouraged to study together, and to help each other understand the course materials. However, each student must produce his or her own, original, individual solutions to the problems in the assigned homework sets The NJIT Honor Code will be strictly upheld. Any apparent violations (including the submission of homework solutions that do not represent you own, original work) will be brought to the immediate attention of the Dean of Students Circuits and Systems 1 Homework Solutions to homework sets must be submitted, via Email, to personic@adm.njit.edu not later than Sunday 8 p.m. Eastern time 5 days after the corresponding class session. I.e. solution sets corresponding class session....
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course ECE 231 taught by Professor Pietrucha during the Spring '08 term at NJIT.
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