EE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering

The scope and nature of professional activities of electrical engineers, including problem-solving techniques; analysis and design methods; engineering professional ethics; analysis of analog resistive circuits, including Thevenin/Norton equivalents, mesh analysis, and nodal analysis; and operational amplifiers (DC response). Electrical Engineering 302 and 302H may not both be counted.

Course Level: 

Undergraduate

Prerequisites: 

Credit with a grade of at least C- or registration for Mathematics 408C or 408K.