EE (Electrical Engineering)

 

 

EE 2213 Digital Electronics

Three hours

A study of bipolar and MOS switching circuits, combinational and sequential logic design, and programmable logic devices. Includes a design component. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. An additional fee associated with this course.

Offered fall semester

 

EE 2223 Electrical Circuits

Three hours

A study of electrical circuits using Ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws and Thevenin's and Norton's theorems including time and frequency domains. First and second order circuits are studied including RC, RL and RLC components. Three hours lecture-discussion per week. Prerequisite: EN 1323. Prerequisite or corequisite: MTH 1144.

Offered spring semester

 

EE 3123 Embedded Systems

Three hours

An introduction to the design of embedded systems including their hardware and software architectures, design methodologies and tools, and communication protocols.  Three hours lecture-discussion per week.  An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisites: CS 1113 and EE 2213.

Offered spring semester

 

EE 3313 Electronics I

Three hours

A study of diodes and transistors, including BJTs and FETs and the circuits that use them. Topics include biasing, rectifiers, limiters, clamps, amplifiers and switches, and operational amps. Two hours lecture-discussion and one three-hour laboratory per week. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisite: EE 2223.

Offered fall semester

 

EE 3323 Digital Systems

Three hours

A continuation from EE 2213 of the design and analysis of digital systems with particular emphasis in one or more areas of application. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisites: EE 2213 and EE 3313.

Offered fall semester

 

EE 3423 Signal Processing

Three hours

Includes signal representation, Fourier techniques, convolution, correlation, AM, PM, and FM modulation, spectral density, filter synthesis, and signal control. Includes two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisite: EE 2223.

Offered spring semester

 

EE 3501, 3502, 3503 Selected Topics

One to three hours

A study of a special area of electrical engineering such as computer design, microprocessor applications, electric motor design, advanced logic design, digital filters, computer systems, digital control, or direct energy converters. May also be used as internship credit or independent study. Prerequisite: TBD according to topic.

Offered upon sufficient request

 

EE 4123 Electromagnetics

Three hours

Application of Maxwell's equations to transmission lines, waveguide, and antennas. Three hours lecture-discussion per week. (Same as PHY 4123).  Prerequisite: EN 3413.

Offered spring semester

 

EE 4213 Electronics II

Three hours

A study of the analysis and design of electronic circuits using diodes, BJTs and FETs. Topics include low and high frequency effects, power amps, oscillators, filters, and converters. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: EE 3313.

Offered upon sufficient request

 

EE 4303 Digital Signal Processing

Three hours

Theory and techniques of characterizing discrete time signals. Includes Fourier and Z-transform, flow graphs, digital filter design, quantization effects, and spectral estimation. Includes a design component. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: EE 2223.

Offered upon sufficient request

EE 4403 Advanced Digital Systems

Three hours

Topics may be selected from advanced logic design, coding, digital filters, computer systems, digital communications, or digital control. 

Offered upon sufficient request

 

EE 4413 Digital Communications Theory

Three hours

Study of digital communications systems may include such topics as QAM, FSK, CPM, M-ary, PSK, ISI, coding theory, or correction theory/coding. Lab implements various communications in digital form. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisite: EE 3423.

Offered fall semester

 

EE 4503 Data and Computer Communications

Three hours

A study of data transmission, encoding, multiplexing, networking, circuit and packet switching, and local and wide area networks. Also computer communication architecture including networking and protocols. Includes a design component. Two hours lecture-discussion and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisites: CS 1113 and EE 2213.

Offered upon sufficient request