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ELEN 213
Engineering Project Management
 

This course examines and utilizes tools and techniques to complete projects successfully under project constraints. Topics include project lifecycle, stakeholder analysis, scope and charter development, requirements gathering, ethical considerations and professional standards, project planning and initialization, resource planning, budgeting, quality planning, communications, procurements, Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), Critical Path Methods (CPM), and project management software. Learners will utilize project management techniques to analyze and develop project requirements, develop a timeline and budget for an electronic design project. Skills, theory and techniques will be re-enforced through lab work. (3,2,0)

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ELEN 216
Microcontroller Technology
 

This course deals with the architecture, programming, and interfacing of microcontrollers. Topics include microcontroller architecture, memory, input/output, interrupts, counters, timers, parallel and serial communications. Interface projects will be written in assembly and C and include switches, LEDs, A/D, D/A, LCD, keypad interfacing, serial communication utilizing RS232 and RS485. Learners will diagnose, specify, select, design, and construct, micro-controller based systems. Course learning outcomes are re-enforced by practical lab sessions. (3,3,0)

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ELEN 240
Fundamentals of Communication Systems
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of communication systems with a focus on analog transmissions. Topics include the EM spectrum, communications channel, sources of noise, passive filters and resonant systems, AM, FM, SSB, DSM, and RF transmitters and receivers. Learners will gain a fundamental understanding of communications principles, utilizing mathematics to design, characterize and assess different aspects of communication systems. Skills, theory, and techniques will be re-enforced through lab work. (3,3,0)

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ELEN 256
Electronic Devices and Circuits II

 

In this course, learners examine advanced analog circuits with an emphasis on analog signal processing and data acquisition. Major topics include classes of negative feedback, nonideal operational amplifiers, active filters and data acquisition principles. Learners focus on analysis and design of systems for filtering/processing analog signals and capturing signals in digital form.  Laboratory sessions provide learners with an opportunity to verify circuit theory by building and testing circuits using standard components and instruments. (3,3,0)

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ELEN 263
Control Systems and Automation

 

In this course, learners examine the fundamental techniques and elements of closed-loop feedback control systems. Topics include sensors and actuators, control system modeling and responses, servomechanisms, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Learners analyze and model real world systems in both open loop and closed loop configurations while focusing on characterization of control system performance and response. Laboratory sessions provide learners with an opportunity to verify electronic circuit theory by building and testing circuits using standard components and instruments. (3,3,0)


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MATH 257
Math for Electronic Engineering Technology III

 

Topics include Taylor series, Fourier series, differential equations, and Laplace transforms. Applications to problems related to electricity and electronics will be emphasized. (3,0,0)

 


       
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