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undergrad
 Electronics

Department of Science
School of Sciences and Engineering

Professor: F. Assabghy, T. Hassanein

Minor

The aim of the minor in applied electronics is to provide students majoring in chemistry, mechanical engineering, computer science, and mathematics with a working knowledge of electronics. The hands-on laboratory instruction emphasized in the minor enables scientists and engineers to optimize their use of electronic equipment.

Requirements (16 credits):

PHYS

215

Introduction to Circuit Analysis and Devices, 3cr.

 

221L

Intermediate Physics Laboratory I, 2 cr.

 

319

Digital Logic Design, 3 cr.

 

 

and three of the following:

PHYS

222L

Intermediate Physics Laboratory II, 2 cr.

 

315

Operational Amplifiers and Applications, 3 cr.

 

318

Linear Systems Analysis, 3 cr.

 

411

Automatic Control, 3 cr.

 

412

Semiconductor Physics, 3 cr.

 

417

Electronic Devices and Circuits, 3 cr.

 

415

Selected Topics, 3 cr.

 

418

Network Design and Computer Methods, 3 cr.

 

419

Microelectronics, 3 cr.

 

429

Microprocessors, 4 cr.

CSCI

330

Computer Architecture

 

 

See Course descriptions under "Physics"

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