This class was tough.
I came away from this course with a completely new set of knowledge that I felt was thorough and fully understood. Time was taken to discuss and proove why things worked the way they did, which I found highly valuable. A lesser course would have told me how the various objects on a circuit work mathematically but not physically.
In electrical engineering, learned about the basics of linear circuits including resistors, voltage and current sources, capacitors, inductors, transistors, operational amplifiers, transformers (briefly), and diodes. In computer engineering, I learned about microprocessors, had a brief introduction to assembly. The two topics intersected with logic gates and signal analysis.
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Advice for students:
The homework was extensive enough that it functioned as my studying, but it is definitely worth going to most, if not all, recitations.