This class was tough.
Obviously required for most CSC/ECE majors. They aren't joking when they say the stuff you learn here you'll continue to use basically forever - especially solving AC circuits in the complex frequency domain.
You'll basically never use solving circuits through Laplace transforms again, to be honest. Finding the response of a circuit to a given input will be pretty important in signals and systems, though. Three-phase power will also be useless, unless you plan on taking power systems (word of advice: don't.)
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Expect to spend several hours on each homework assignment. Don't slack off on homework, either - it will come back to bite you in a bad way, believe me. The teacher doesn't always do a good job of showing the step-by-step methodology by which each kind of problem is solved, so sometimes the best method if you don't understand that is to try to find an example of a similar problem in the past tests which he posts on the website, and try to "reverse-engineer" the solution.