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Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering Technology, Texas A&M University
ENTC 210: Circuit Analysis I
Rohit Singhal Telephone: Office (979) 845-3215
Office: Fermier Hall 111B Office Hours: MWF 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
Laboratory: Email: email@example.com
Successful completion of Math 151, with a grade of C or better.
ENTC210 is a course on circuit analysis. Electric and Magnetic principles of components used in DC circuits; transient analysis; Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s laws, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems, mesh and nodal equations; phasor analysis of networks; measurement of current, voltage and waveforms with meters and oscilloscopes. Students perform both circuit analysis and circuit design. (credits: 4)
Robert Boylestad, Introductory circuit analysis, Tenth Edition, Prentice Hall. (ISBN: 013097417).
The students’ evaluation for the course (final grade) will be based on the results of his/her individual work. Evaluations will be based on the following criteria and point breakdown:
A letter grade will be assigned for the course based on an analysis of the scores for the complete semester. In general, the system will be based on the following:
A curve may be applied to individual and/or cumulative grades at the discretion of the instructor.
Regular lecture attendance is recommended, but not required. However, when the student has an unexcused absence for a regularly scheduled lecture or laboratory session, he/she will accept all responsibility for any missed material, announcements, and issued assignments and will receive no credit for missed quizzes or collected assignments.
There will be three exams given throughout the term including the final exam. Attendance during all regularly scheduled examinations is required. Make-up exams are not given unless permission is obtained prior to exam day from the instructor or a valid, documented emergency has arisen.
Outside of class work will be assigned. Each student will be responsible for completion of all assigned material even if the work is not collected for grading or graded. All assignments are due at the beginning of the class on the Due Date. Late work will not be accepted without consultation with your instructor and appropriate approval received. Sloppy or disorganized work will adversely affect your grade.
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