Electrical Engineering

EE 210 - Digital Circuits
Hours: 3
Theory and design of digital logic circuits, including number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, combinational circuit design and analysis, Karnaugh maps, truth tables, logic optimization, arithmetic circuits, flip-flops, counters, synchronous and asynchronous state machines, and introduction to programmable logic. Pre-requisite: PHYS 2426 or concurrent enrollment.

EE 220 - Circuit Theory
Hours: 3
Theory and principles of electrical circuits. Basic circuit elements, resistance, capacitance, and inductance. Electrical circuit laws, DC analysis, AC analysis, network theorems, RLC networks, topology of electrical networks, sinusoidal steady-state analysis, operational amplifiers, and introduction to frequency domain analysis. Prerequisites: MATH 192 with a minimum grade of C, PHYS 2426 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 310 - Digital Systems /Embedded Control
Hours: 3
Microcontroller and/or microprocessor architecture and applications. Introduction to Assembly language programming. Prerequisites: CSCI 151 with a minimum grade of C, EE 210 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 320 - Electronics I
Hours: 3
Characteristics of semiconductor devices; diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and field-effect transistors. Models for electronic devices and circuits. Analysis of diode, transistor, and low frequency amplifier circuits. Prerequisites: EE 220 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 321 - Electronics II
Hours: 3
Low and high frequency models for diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and field-effect transistors. Analysis of active filters, differential and multistage amplifiers, feedback circuits, and oscillators. Prerequisites: EE 320 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 330 - Continuous Signals and Systems
Hours: 3
Continuous-time signal processing and communication systems. Time and frequency domain analysis, Fourier series and transformations, Laplace transform, modulation techniques including amplitude modulation, frequency modulation and phase modulation. Signal and noise modeling using probabilistic descriptions. Prerequisites: EE 220 with a minimum grade of C, MATH 315 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 340 - Electromagnetics
Hours: 3
General characteristics of electric and magnetic fields. Maxwell’s Equations, electromagnetic wave propagation, transmission lines, Smith Charts, impedance matching, waveguides, and antenna fundamentals. Prerequisites: PHYS 2426 with a minimum grade of C, MATH 315 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 430 - Discrete Signals & Systems
Hours: 3
Discrete-time systems and digital communications. Discrete-time systems, stability analysis, Fourier series representation of discrete-time systems, discrete Fourier transform, convolution, z-transform, digital filters, digital communications, Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), Frequency Shift Keying (FSK), Phase Shift Keying (PSK). Prerequisites: EE 330 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 433 - Digital Signal Processing
Hours: 3
Fundamentals of digital signal processing, theory and classification of digital filters including Fast Fourier transform (FFT), finite impulse response (FIR) filters, infinite impulse response (IIR) filters, optimization approaches. Prerequisites: EE 430 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 435 - Control Systems
Hours: 3
Control systems. System modeling, performance, and stability. Analyses of closed loop systems using frequency response, root locus, Bode diagram, Nyquist plot, and state variable techniques. Prerequisites: EE 430 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 440 - Power
Hours: 3
Principles of power systems. Single phase and three phase, transmission and distribution, voltage regulation, transformers, motors, and generators. Prerequisites: EE 340 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 450 - Advanced Digital Signal Processing
Hours: 3
Selected advanced topics in digital signal processing. Prerequisites: EE 433 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 451 - Digital Systems Design
Hours: 3
Digital system design course. Student teams will design, test, and implement a digital system given a set of design constraints. Prerequisites: EE 310 wth a minimum grade of C, EE 330 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 452 - Antenna Theory and Design
Hours: 3
Antenna theory and design, including performance and analysis. Prerequisites: EE 340 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 453 - RF Networks
Hours: 3
Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave circuit design and analysis. Transmission lines, impedance matching, Smith charts. Prerequisites: EE 321 with a minimum grade of C, EE 340 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 454 - Power Electronics
Hours: 3
Power electronic devices operation and characteristics. Rectifiers, converters, inverters, power supplies. Prerequisites: EE 321 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 455 - Digital Design with HDL
Hours: 3
Design and simulation of digital systems using Hardware Description Languages (HDL). Prerequisites: EE 310 with a minimum grade of C.

EE 470 - Capstone Design / Internship I
Hours: 3
First half of the senior engineering capstone design project. Student teams will be engage in a preliminary engineering design process including: design constraints, interaction with clients, identification of engineering problems, development of a design proposal, identification of design criteria, cost estimating, planning, and scheduling. Prerequisites: Senior Classification, EE Majors only. Course must be scheduled in the fall semester prior to the final spring semester before graduation and Instructor's consent.

EE 471 - Capstone Design/Internship II
Hours: 3
Second half of the senior engineering capstone design project. Application of team preliminary design concepts developed in EE 470 to the capstone project. Prerequisites: Senior Classification, EE Majors only. Course must be scheduled the final spring semester of graduation and Instructor's consent.

EE 489 - Independent Study
Hours: 1-3
One to Three semester hours Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated when the topic varies.

EE 497 - Special Topics
Hours: 3
Special Topics in Electrical Engineering. Three semester hours. Organized class. May be repeated when topic varies.