ELEC163 - Electronic Design I
This course introduces the student to the fundamental principles involved in the electronic design process. Topics include problem identification and definition, mechanisms of technological problem-solving, design alternatives, and project planning and implementation. The influence of cost, material resources, performance criteria, and relevant safety issues will be discussed. All students will be expected to complete an electronic design project. Prerequisite: MATH205 College Mathematics I.
(d) An ability to apply creativity in the design of systems, components or processes appropriate to program educational objectives
(g) An ability to communicate effectively