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



(a) 
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Use of basic engineering instruments such as a DMM. 



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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 



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Understand Kirchhoffï¿½s current and voltage laws and their equivalent circuits. 



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Understand how to use superposition to reduce circuits. 



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Understand how to reduce a circuit and replace a portion of it with its Thevenin or Norton equivalent. 



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Learn about AC signals and their relation between the current and voltage in a capacitor and an inductor. 



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Understand the Bode plot (phase and amplitude) of a signal transfer ratio. 



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Design and understand RLC circuits, both parallel and series. 



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Design and test RLC resonance circuits. 



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Design and understand simple low pass, high pass, and notch filters. 



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Design an inverting and noninverting amplifier. 



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Design an oscillator circuit using an operational amplifier. 



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Learn how to write a proper lab report (both content and presentation). 



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Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 

  

(b) 
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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 



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Understand Kirchhoffï¿½s current and voltage laws and their equivalent circuits. 



¤ 
Understand how to use superposition to reduce circuits. 



¤ 
Understand how to reduce a circuit and replace a portion of it with its Thevenin or Norton equivalent. 



¤ 
Learn about AC signals and their relation between the current and voltage in a capacitor and an inductor. 



¤ 
Design and understand RLC circuits, both parallel and series. 



¤ 
Design and test RLC resonance circuits. 



¤ 
Design and understand simple low pass, high pass, and notch filters. 



¤ 
Design an inverting and noninverting amplifier. 



¤ 
Design an oscillator circuit using an operational amplifier. 



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Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 

  

(c) 
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Understand how to use superposition to reduce circuits. 



¤ 
Understand how to reduce a circuit and replace a portion of it with its Thevenin or Norton equivalent. 



¤ 
Learn about AC signals and their relation between the current and voltage in a capacitor and an inductor. 



¤ 
Design and understand RLC circuits, both parallel and series. 



¤ 
Design and test RLC resonance circuits. 



¤ 
Design and understand simple low pass, high pass, and notch filters. 



¤ 
Design an inverting and noninverting amplifier. 



¤ 
Design an oscillator circuit using an operational amplifier. 



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Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 

  

(d) 
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Use of basic engineering instruments such as a DMM. 



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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 

  

(e) 
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Understand how to use superposition to reduce circuits. 



¤ 
Learn about AC signals and their relation between the current and voltage in a capacitor and an inductor. 



¤ 
Design and understand RLC circuits, both parallel and series. 



¤ 
Design and test RLC resonance circuits. 



¤ 
Design and understand simple low pass, high pass, and notch filters. 



¤ 
Design an inverting and noninverting amplifier. 



¤ 
Design an oscillator circuit using an operational amplifier. 



¤ 
Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 

  

(f) 
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Use of basic engineering instruments such as a DMM. 



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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 

  

(g) 
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Learn how to write a proper lab report (both content and presentation). 



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Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 



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Opportunities to interact weekly with the instructor and the teaching assistant(s) during regular office hours and discussion sections in order to further the students' learning experience and the students' interest in the material. 

  

(h) 
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Use of basic engineering instruments such as a DMM. 



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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 

  

(i) 
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Several lab reports and prelabs discussing each lab concept in detail. 



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Opportunities to interact weekly with the instructor and the teaching assistant(s) during regular office hours and discussion sections in order to further the students' learning experience and the students' interest in the material. 

  

(k) 
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Use of basic engineering instruments such as a DMM. 



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Understand and compare basic electric circuit theorems with actual working circuits. 

  

(m) 
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Understand how to use superposition to reduce circuits. 



¤ 
Understand how to reduce a circuit and replace a portion of it with its Thevenin or Norton equivalent. 



¤ 
Design and understand RLC circuits, both parallel and series. 



¤ 
Design and test RLC resonance circuits. 



¤ 
Design and understand simple low pass, high pass, and notch filters. 



¤ 
Design an inverting and noninverting amplifier. 

  