
Program outcomes and how they are covered by the specific course outcomes 



(a) 
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Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchoffï¿½s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohmï¿½s Law. 



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Interpret analytical circuit results to properly assign power, current, and voltage values to circuit graphical representations. 



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Apply nodevoltage analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



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Apply meshcurrent analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



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Explain the characteristics of capacitor, inductor, and transformer circuit elements. 



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Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



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Compute time response of current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



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Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



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Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



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Introduction to sinusoidal steady state 



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Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



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Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  

(c) 
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Design and analysis of RLC circuits using phasor techniques 



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Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



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Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  

(e) 
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Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchoffï¿½s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohmï¿½s Law. 



¤ 
Interpret analytical circuit results to properly assign power, current, and voltage values to circuit graphical representations. 



¤ 
Apply nodevoltage analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Apply meshcurrent analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Explain the characteristics of capacitor, inductor, and transformer circuit elements. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Design and analysis of RLC circuits using phasor techniques 



¤ 
Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  

(i) 
¤ 
Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  

(k) 
¤ 
Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchoffï¿½s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohmï¿½s Law. 



¤ 
Interpret analytical circuit results to properly assign power, current, and voltage values to circuit graphical representations. 



¤ 
Apply nodevoltage analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Apply meshcurrent analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Explain the characteristics of capacitor, inductor, and transformer circuit elements. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  

(m) 
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Introduction to sinusoidal steady state 

  

(n) 
¤ 
Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchoffï¿½s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohmï¿½s Law. 



¤ 
Interpret analytical circuit results to properly assign power, current, and voltage values to circuit graphical representations. 



¤ 
Apply nodevoltage analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Apply meshcurrent analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. 



¤ 
Explain the characteristics of capacitor, inductor, and transformer circuit elements. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in first order RL and RC capacitor and inductor circuits. 



¤ 
Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 



¤ 
Several homework assignments that review core concepts and reinforce analytical skills learned in class. 



¤ 
Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. 

  