Engr 131 - ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS - 3 Units
ENGR 131 is intended for students wishing to major in engineering at the university level. It provides an introduction to the basic concepts and theory of electricity and magnetism with an emphasis on passive electrical elements such as resistors, capacitors and inductors (RCL) and their applications in alternating current (AC) or direct current(DC) circuits. Students also learn how to build, test and analyze simple RCL circuits in the Lab, and use simulation software and test equipment such as power supply, multimeter, signal/function generator, oscilloscope, and spectrum analyzer. Related mathematics and physics concepts are developed alongside these concepts of electrical engineering. Lecture 2 hours/Lab 3 hours.
- Recommended Prep: MATH 102 or 110
- Transfer Credit: CSU