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



(a) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



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Understand and apply characteristic equations for circuit components (transistors, resistors) to analyze and design circuits. 



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Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



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Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



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Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



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Employ feedback in a circuit. 



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Write and prepare a lab report that details design procedures and experimental results. 



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Work in a team using available resources to design circuits to meet a given specification. 

  

(b) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



¤ 
Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 

  

(c) 
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Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 



¤ 
Work in a team using available resources to design circuits to meet a given specification. 

  

(e) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



¤ 
Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 



¤ 
Write and prepare a lab report that details design procedures and experimental results. 

  

(f) 
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Work in a team using available resources to design circuits to meet a given specification. 

  

(g) 
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Write and prepare a lab report that details design procedures and experimental results. 



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Work in a team using available resources to design circuits to meet a given specification. 

  

(i) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



¤ 
Write and prepare a lab report that details design procedures and experimental results. 



¤ 
Work in a team using available resources to design circuits to meet a given specification. 

  

(k) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



¤ 
Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 

  

(l) 
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Make basic connections to instrumentation such as power, input signal, voltage measurement, time and frequency domain measurements. 



¤ 
Understand and apply characteristic equations for circuit components (transistors, resistors) to analyze and design circuits. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 

  

(m) 
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Understand and apply characteristic equations for circuit components (transistors, resistors) to analyze and design circuits. 



¤ 
Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 

  

(n) 
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Understand and apply characteristic equations for circuit components (transistors, resistors) to analyze and design circuits. 



¤ 
Design and test circuits using operational amplifiers. 



¤ 
Design circuit for an output stage using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Design circuit for amplification using bipolar transistors. 



¤ 
Employ feedback in a circuit. 

  