Courses of Instruction
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER
(ECE-Engineering and Applied Science)
205 Electric Circuit Analysis I (3)
Study of electric circuits and networks. Include resistive circuits, first-order transients and sinusoidal steady state. Emphasizes on the basic principles and their application to circuit analysis using linear algebra and complex numbers. Prerequisite: PHY 182; Co-requisite: MTH 245. 2 Lec 1 Lab.
278 Computer Architecture (3)
Principles of Von Neumann computer architecture. Data representation and computer arithmetic. Memory hierarchy. CPU structure and instruction sets. Assembly language programming to better understand and illustrate computer architecture concepts. Performance considerations and alternative computer architectures. Prerequisite: CSA 271 or equivalent. Cross-listed with CSA 278.
287 Digital Systems Design (4)
Topics include switching algebra and switching functions, logic design of combinational and sequential circuits using TTL, combinational logic design with MSI and LSI, busing, flip-flops, registers, counters, programmable logic devices, memory devices, register-level design, and microcomputer system organization. Students must show competency in the computer-aided design (CAD) and laboratory implementation of digital systems. 3 Lec. 2 Lab. Prerequisite: CSA 174 or equivalent.
MPT 303 Computer-Aided Experimentation (4)
Advanced topics in electric circuit analysis are combined with an in-depth study of theory and application of instrumentation and experimentation; power analysis, polyphase circuit analysis, transformer principles, frequency response, second order systems, and signal conditioning circuits are covered as well as components, and concepts of computer-machine interface systems; design of computer-controlled experimentation for real-time measurement, monitoring, and control of automated-industrial processes. Prerequisite: ECE 205, MME 211, STA 368 or STA 301. 3 Lec. 1 Lab. Cross-listed with MME 303.
304 Electronics (3)
Analysis and design of electronic circuits and subsystems. Frequency response and feedback in small signal amplifiers. Study of field effect transistors, unijunction transistors, silicon-controlled rectifiers, DIACs, TRIACs, and optoelectronic devices. Operational amplifier applications. Prerequisite: ECE 305. 2 Lec. 1 Lab.
305 Electric Circuit Analysis II (3)
In depth study of electric circuits and networks with an emphasis on practical applications. Includes AC power analysis, poly-phase and magnetically coupled circuits, electric machines, frequency response and filters, Laplace transform, and two-port networks. Prerequisites: ECE 205 and MTH 245. 2 Lec. 1 Lab.
306 Signals and Systems (3)
Introductory course covering the principles of signals and systems. The course combines lectures, Matlab simulation laboratory exercises, and design projects to expose students to the theories and concepts of both continuous-time and discrete time forms of signals and systems, as well as applications of the theories and concepts in communication systems, control systems, and signal processing. Prerequisites: MTH 245, PHY 182/184, ECE 305. 2 Lec. 1 Lab.
325 Applied Electromagnetics (3)
Theories and applications of electromagnetic fields and waves; Including electrostatics, magnetostatics, maxwell equations, plane wave propagation and reflection, transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas. Prerequisites: MTH 245, PHY 182/184, ECE 305.
387 Embedded Systems Design (4)
Fundamentals of computer systems design. Interfacing and basics of embedded computers (microprocessors). Laboratory projects will require students to successfully design, implement, debug, and document computer solutions requiring a mix of hardware and software. Models and methodologies for designing systems containing hardware and software. Models and methodologies for designing systems containing both hardware and software components, or co-design, will be introduced. Substantial design projects will be required of each student. Prerequisite: ECE 287. 3 Lec. 1 Lab.
425/525 Digital Signal Processing (3)
This course investigates the relation between continuous-time and discrete-time signals. Topics include time-sampling, signal representation, transformation and manipulation of digital signal, digital filter structure and design. Prerequisite: ECE 306 or permission of instructor.
436 Control of Dynamic Systems (3)
An in-depth study of the theory, design, and analysis of feedback control of dynamic systems. Integrate the problem-solving techniques and concepts of electric circuits and computer-aided experimentation into the design and construction of programmable-logic based control systems and its application in modern manufacturing systems. Design methodologies applied in lab exercises and short-term design projects. Prerequisite: ECE/ MME 303 or ECE 305. 2 Lec. 1 Lab. Cross-listed with MME 436.
MPC 448-449 Senior Design Project (2, 1-2)
Student teams, with varied academic backgrounds, conduct major open-ended research/design projects. Elements of the design process are considered as well as real-world constraints, such as economic and societal factors, marketability, ergonomics, safety, aesthetics, and ethics. 448: feasibility studies performed; 449: implementation, testing, and production of design. Nonmajors can register for 3-4 credits; (448) 2 credits, (449) 1-2 credits. Prerequisite: senior standing in student’s major. Cross-listed with MME 448-449.
453/553 Communication Systems (3)
This course introduces students to basic communication systems principle and practice. Topics include modulation, demodulation and multiplexing techniques. System design and performance analysis will also be covered. Prerequisite: ECE 304 and ECE 306 or permission of instructor.
461/561 Network Performance Analysis (3)
Modeling and performance analysis of computer and communication networks including delay and occupancy models in networks, architectures, transmission media, multiple access, switching, and protocols. Emphasis is on lower layer network performance. Prerequisites: STA 368 or STA 301; CSA 283; or permission of instructor.
470 Special Topics (3)
Advanced special topics in electrical and computer engineering. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
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