Engineering, Electrical (ENGE) Courses

ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design
4 hours. Introduction to digital systems and binary codes; Boolean algebra and digital logic devices; combinational logic circuits and design methods; ROM and RAM memory elements; sequential logic circuits and design methods. Laboratory experience includes TTL logic circuits and CAD tools. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.(Identical to CSIS 220.)
Prerequisite: ENGR 152 Engineering Principles II or CSIS 201 Introduction to Computer Science I.

ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis
4 hours. Basic concepts of DC and AC electrical circuits. Voltage-current relationships for circuit elements; Kirchhoff's laws; Thevenin and Norton theorems. Basic transient and sinusoidal steady-state analysis; phasor analysis; frequency response, resonance, and measurement concepts. Applications of the transistor and operational amplifier. Analysis and design aided by PSpice simulation software. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Corequisite: MATH 310 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra.
Prerequisite: ENGR 152 Engineering Principles II and PHYS 212 General Physics with Calculus II.

ENGE 275 Field Experience
1-3 hours. Supervised experience in the discipline including internships and practica required for professional programs. This introductory experience must have an on-site supervisor and/or a departmental instructor overseeing, designing, and evaluating the content of the course.
Prerequisite: instructor's permission.

ENGE 285 Selected Topics
1-3 hours. An introductory seminar offered on an occasional basis addressing a current topic in the field that is of special interest to students and current faculty.

ENGE 300 C Programming with Applications
3 hours. Introduction to the C programming language as a means to perform low-level access and control of hardware with a high-level language. Custom software applications, portability issues, application of pointers, and introduction to data structures. Applications to engineering problems, including data acquisition and control systems. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisites: ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design.

ENGE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits
4 hours. Introduction to the terminal characteristics of active semiconductor devices. Operation and small-signal models of diodes, junction and field-effect transistors, and operational amplifiers. Basic single-stage and multistage amplifiers: gain, biasing, and frequency response. Switching characteristics of transistors in saturation and cutoff. Three lectures and one three-hour laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisites: ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design and ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis.

ENGE 312 Applications of Electronic Devices
4 hours. Analog and digital applications of electronic devices: amplifiers, oscillators, filters, modulators, logic circuits, and memory elements. Feedback, stability, and noise considerations. Emphasis on practical design problems and the formulation of design objectives. Three lectures and one three-hour laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits and ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks.

ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks
4 hours. Fundamental concepts of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. Linear time-invariant systems, the convolution integral, and impulse response. Fourier series and frequency domain analysis. Fourier, Laplace, and z-transform techniques. Principles of feedback, sampling, and modulation. Theoretical and practical aspects of electrical networks. Loop and nodal analysis of multi-port networks. Admittance, impedance, and transmission parameters, matrix solutions. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis.

ENGE 350 Electrical Network Analysis
3 hours.Theoretical and practical aspects of electrical networks. Loop and nodal analysis of multi-port networks. Admittance, impedance, and transmission parameters; matrix solutions. Butterworth, Chebyshev, and other useful network response functions; network theorems. Synthesis of passive and active networks. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis.

ENGE 360 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
3 hours. Theoretical study of static and dynamic electric and magnetic fields. Gauss' law and the static electric field; boundary value problems in electrostatics. Effects of dielectric and magnetic media properties. Magnetostatics; Faraday's law and applications. Maxwell's equations for time-varying fields; wave propagation; Poynting's theorem. Numerical methods and computer simulation tools in electromagnetics are introduced. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisites: ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis.

ENGE 399 Cross-Cultural Study
3 hours. This course offers in-depth discipline specific cross-cultural study designed to enhance the intercultural emphasis of various academic majors. The course includes class meetings followed by travel to various locations throughout the world. Students will use core disciplinary knowledge to serve, learn and interact with other cultures. (Offered in May Term. Students must meet eligibility requirements.) Additional course fee is required.

ENGE 410 Digital System Design
3 hours. Practical aspects of digital design with Hardware Description Languages including the design, construction, and testing of significant digital subsystems. Explorations of advanced digital design concepts such as timing-driven synthesis, integration of intellectual property and design for reuse. Extensive use is made of computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools and Field-Programmable-Gate-Array (FPGA) technology in course assignments. Two lectures and one two-hour laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 420 Microprocessors.

ENGE 420 Microprocessors
4 hours. Principles of hardware and software microcomputer interfacing. Microprocessor characteristics, memory peripheral devices, microcomputer structures, and I/O interface device control. Assembly language programming. Design projects involve the construction and programming of a microprocessor-based system. Three lectures and one three-hour laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 300 C Programming with Applications and ENGE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits.

ENGE 430 Communication Systems
3 hours. Introduction to analog and digital communications theory and applications. Topics include encoding, modulation and multiplexing techniques, spectral analysis, transmission line effects, noise analysis and filtering, multiple-channel and fiber optic communications, telecommunication systems, and data communications applications. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks.

ENGE 440 Electric Machines and Power Systems
3 hours. Introduction to electric machines and electric power utility systems. AC and DC rotating machines; single- and three-phase motors and generators; transformers and solid-state devices, power transmission lines, load flow analysis, system faults, and system modeling and design. Includes lab assignments to enhance course theory and to give hands-on experience.
Prerequisites: ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks and ENGE 360 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves.

ENGE 460 Microwave Engineering and Applications
3 hours. Study of microwave circuits, devices, and techniques as applied to cellular communications and other modern systems. Propagation and reflection on ideal and lossy transmission media. Smith chart and S-parameter tools. Strip lines, microstrip and coplanar lines, and cross talk. Analysis and design of microstrip circuits. Introduction to antenna fundamentals. Includes computer and laboratory exercises. Two lectures and one three-hour laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisites: ENGE 312 Applications of Electronic Devices and ENGE 360 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves.

ENGE 475 Field Experience
1-3 hours. Supervised experience in the discipline including internships and practica required for professional programs. This advanced experience must have an on-site supervisor and/or a departmental instructor overseeing, designing, and evaluating the content of the course.
Prerequisite: instructor's permission.

ENGE 480 Digital Signal Processing
3 hours. Sampling as a modulation process, aliasing, the sampling theorem, the Z-transform and discrete-time system analysis, direct and computer-aided design of recursive and nonrecursive digital filters, the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT), digital filtering using the FFT, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, effects of quantization and finite-word-length arithmetic. Additional course fee is required.
Prerequisite: ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design and ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks.

ENGE 485 Selected Topics
1-3 hours. An advanced seminar offered on an occasional basis addressing a current topic in the field that is of special interest to students and current faculty.

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