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ENGR 120. Electrical Circuits I. 3 Credits.

This course uses theory, laboratory investigation, and circuit simulation software to introduce basic electrical and circuit analysis principles. Emphasis is placed on direct current (DC) circuits containing voltage and current sources and resistor networks in series, parallel, and series-parallel configurations. This course also introduces the concepts of electric and magnetic fields in the context of capacitors and inductors and their transient responses in DC circuits. A section on basic alternating current (AC) resistive circuits with sinusoidal sources is included.
P: MATH 104 with a C or higher, and declared major in Electrical Engineering Technology or Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
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Mechanical Engineering Technology

http://catalog.uwgb.edu/undergraduate/programs/mechanical-engineering-technology/

...date information available. Total 120 credits necessary to...Systems (3 s.h.) ENGR 334 Industrial Decision...