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ELE 2355 Instrumentation and Measurement

This course covers the essentials of control processes and systems that need to be controlled. Students learn the fundamentals of control and applications, with industrial examples and emphasis on electrical networks. Particular attention will be given to the use of electricity in renewable and sustainable energy and energy efficiency management.

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

None