This class was tough.
I wouldn't recommend this course if it's not a required credit. The course material covers many concepts that are very difficult to grasp at first. A lot of studying or self-teaching is required to stay on top of the course.
Highlights of this course is the labs, where you do hands-on experiments of concepts that were taught in lectures. Uses material from Systems Analysis as a basic foundation to solve problems. Concepts taught in this course include: Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws, mesh/nodal analysis, phasors/steady state analysis, operational amplifier circuits, and elements within a circuit (inductor, capacitor, resistor, switches).
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Advice for students:
Start studying for the exam or midterm as early as possible. It is a pretty time-consuming course! This course covers A LOT of material and not only is it difficult to understand but a lot of time must be put into doing the practice problems, which I strongly advise you doing.