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ELE 2105 Analog Electronics

This course introduces students to the theory and application of analog electronics and semiconductors. The most common uses for these devices, as well as common troubleshooting concepts, are presented. The theory of photovoltaics is also presented.

This course may include both classroom and online activities such as video, tests/quizzes, simulations, and discussion boards. This course will include out-of-class work such as reading and writing assignments, practice and practical application assignments, and projects. A minimum of five hours of out-of-class work will be assigned per week.

5.5 Quarter Credit Hours, 80 (Lecture 30, Lab 50)

Prerequisite

EEN 1205, EEN 1335, EEN 1465