Lower Level ELET and ELT Courses


ELET110-ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I

3 Credits

This is the first in a two-course sequence designed to provide students with the necessary foundation in direct current circuit analysis. Topics include network theorems, combination of circuit elements, first-order transient response and simple magnetic circuits. An introduction to PSpice computer simulation is provided.
Prereq: MATH048 and PHYS071 or TECH035 or BGCSE Physics Grade ‘C’

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ELET111-CIRCUITS LABORATORY I

2 Credits

In this introductory laboratory course, students are exposed to test equipment, measurement, data analysis, verification of DC circuit analysis theorems and the use of the laboratory notebook.
Prereq: ELET110

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ELET120-ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS II

3 Credits

This is the second in a two-course sequence designed to provide students with the necessary foundation in alternating current circuit analysis. Topics include network theorems, dependent sources, mutually coupled networks, AC power, resonance and phasor analysis.
Prereq: ELET110 and MATH140

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ELET211-CIRCUITS LABORATORY II

2 Credits

In this second laboratory course, students verify the behaviours of electronic devices and circuits with laboratory experiments along with PSpice simulation.
Prereq: ELET120

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ELET230-DIGITAL AND INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

3 Credits

In this course students are introduced to digital logic analysis and design. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, switching functions, Karnaugh maps, combinational circuit design, flip-flops, counters, registers, integrated-circuit logic families, MSI circuits, memory and programmable logic.
Prereq: ELET120 and MATH167 or MATH168

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ELET231-ELECTRONIC DEVICES

4 Credits

In this course students are introduced to the principles and concepts of the active devices used in electronic circuits. Topics include semiconductor theory, diodes, BJT, FET and UJT transistors, four layer semiconductors and optoelectronic devices. PSpice is used to simulate circuits based upon the aforementioned devices.
Prereq: : ELET120 and MATH167 or MATH168

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ELET235-ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN

3 Credits

This course introduces students to the principles and methods related to the analysis and design of electronic circuits and systems. Topics include AC modeling of BJTs and FETs, small signal analysis, frequency response, multi-stage amplifiers, operational amplifiers, power amplifiers, feedback and oscillators. PSpice is used to simulate circuits.
Prereq: ELET231 and MATH167 and MATH168

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ELET243-ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS I

3 Credits

This is the first of a two-course sequence that introduces students to analog communications systems and circuits. Topics include amplitude, phase and frequency modulations, spectra, oscillators, noise and transmitter and receiver circuits.
Prereq: ELET231 or ELS 225 and MATH167 and MATH168

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ELT 220-ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY (NON-MAJORS)

4 Credits

This course provides comprehensive exposure to electricity and electronics for students who do not intend to major in Electronics or Electrical Power Engineering Technology.

Prereq: PHYS 165 and MATH 167 and MATH 168

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