EE 1 - BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Network laws and theorems; resistive and alternating current circuits; basic electronics; power transformers; introduction to logic circuits and motors. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: MATH 27 or 37 and PHYS 13 or 72. (1st, 2nd)

EE 10 - INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Nature and scope of Electrical Engineering. 1 hr a week (class); credit 1 unit. Prereq: none. (1st)

EE 11 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I - Circuit concepts and laws; resistive and magnetic circuits; passive and active devices. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Prereq: PHYS 82. (1st, 2nd)

EE 12 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II - Transient response; sinusoidal steady state; resonance; transformer theory; polyphase systems. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Preqreq: EE 11. (1st, 2nd)

EE 15 - LINEAR SYSTEMS ANALYSIS - Two-port networks; Fourier series; Fourier transforms; Laplace Transforms; Frequency response; filters; difference equations; z-transforms; 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 12 and ENSC 21. (1st, 2nd)

EE 18 - INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS - Vector analysis; steady electric and magnetic fields; dielectric and magnetic materials; time-varying fields; maxwell's equations; applications to electrical engineering. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: MATH 38 and EE 11. (1st, 2nd)

EE 21 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS - Semiconductor theory; operation, characteristics, models and basic circuits of electronic devices; large- and small-signal modeling analysis; biasing circuits; transistor amplifiers and switches; frequency response; feedback; operational amplifiers. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Prereq: EE 12 and EE 18. (1st, 2nd)

EE 41 - ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION - Basic principles of electromechanical energy conversion; generalized machine model; performance characteristics of direct-current, synchronous and induction machines. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Prereq: EE 12 and EE 18. (1st, 2nd)

EE 90 - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAW, ETHICS AND CONTRACTS - Laws, ethics and contracts governing the elctrical engineering profession. 1 hr a week (class); credit 1 unit. Prereq: Consent of Instructor. (2nd)

EE 120 - DIGITAL ELECTRONICS - digital numbering systems and codes; logic concepts and gates; boolean algebra; combinational and sequential logic circuits; binary arithmetic operations; integrated circuit families; analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion; digital measurements. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Prereq: EE 21 or COI. (1st, 2nd)

EE 126 - INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS - Electronic devices and control circuits for industrial processes; applications to direct-current and induction machines. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. prereq: EE 41 and EE 120. (1st, 2nd)

EE 130 - FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUMENTATION - analysis and measurement system; primary sensing elements; signal conditioning and coupling; data output and controlling. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 1 or EE 11. (1st, 2nd)

EE 131 - CONTROL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS - principles and methods of analyzing control systems. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 15. (2nd)

EE 141 - ELECTRICAL MACHINES - Engineering aspects, performance characteristics and applications of transformers, induction motors, synchronous and direct-current generators and motors. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 41. (2nd)

EE 145 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES - selected elctrical equipment and devices; principles, performance characteristics and roles in electrical system. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 41. (2nd)

EE 148 - ELECTRICAL MACHINE DESIGN - design practices for transformers, rotating machines and selected electrical equipment and devices. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 41 (1st)

EE 151 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS - electric power industry; components and system modeling; load-flow concepts; symmetrical components; fault calculations; economic operation; stability studies. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 41. (1st, 2nd)

EE 158 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN - choice of systems; selection, arrangement and protection of components for power, light and auxiliary systems of commercial, industrial, residential and institutional buildings; illumination design. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 151. (1st, 2nd)

EE 159 - INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEMs - selection and arrangement of electrical equipment for distribution, control, protection and metering in industrial plants, substations and modern power plants. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 158. (2nd)

EE 160 - DIGITAL HARDWARE DESIGN - Theory, formalism and methods of digital design; computer interfacing; microprogrammed design; microcomputers in digital design. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 120. (1st, 2nd)

EE 165 - MICROPROCESSOR-BASED DESIGN - microprocessor organizations and programming; microcomputer development systems and interfacing techniques. 6 hrs a week (3 class, 3 lab); credit 4 units. Prereq: EE 160. (2nd)

EE 170 - SIGNALS AND NOISE IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - description and analysis of signals and noise for signal processing in communication systems. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: MATH 38 and STAT 1. (1st, 2nd)

EE 171 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - theories, concepts and techniques in information transmission and reception. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 15, EE 120 and EE 170. (1st, 2nd)

EE 179 - ANTENNA ENGINEERING - propagation and reception of electromagnetic radiation; principles and concepts in the analysis, design and applications of antennas. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 171. (2nd)

EE 180 - ESTIMATION FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS - Estimationof materials and scheduling of activities of an electrical engineering project. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 158. (1st, 2nd)

EE 181 - MAINTAINABILITY ENGINEERING - maintainability as a system characteristic; maintenance strategy analysis; applications in industrial and scientific instruments and systems. 5 hrs a week (2 class, 3 lab); credit 3 units. Prereq: EE 126 and EE 130. (1st, 2nd)

EE 185 - ENGINEERING PRODUCTION SYSTEMS - planning, analysis and electrical/electronic control of production systems in engineering. 3 hrs a week (class); credit 3 units. Prereq: Senior Standing. (2nd)

EE 190 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS - may be taken twice provided that the total number of units to be credited to the student's program will not exceed 4 units. credit 1-3 units. Prereq: Consent of Instructor. (1st)

EE 191 - SPECIAL TOPICS - may be taken twice provided that the total number of units to be credited to the student's program will not exceed 4 units. credit 1-3 units. Prereq: Consent of Instructor. (2nd)

EE 199 - UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR - may be taken twice. credit 1 unit. Prereq: Senior Standing. (1st, 2nd)

EE 200 - UNDERGRADUATE THESIS - credit 6 units. Prereq: consent of Instructor. (1st, 2nd, summer)

EE 200a - PRACTICUM - credit 6 units. Prereq: Consent of Instructor. (1st, 2nd, summer)