Specialization Options

Communication Systems
Specilization Required Courses: 

EE 373

Course Name: 
Signals and Systems
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems, basic system properties. Linear time-invariant systems, convolution. Fourier series representation of periodic signals, Fourier transform of continuous-time and discrete-time signals. Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). Sampling and z-transform.

EE 374

Course Name: 
Communication Eng.
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Building blocks of communication systems. Signal types, generalized functions. Hilbert transform and analytical signals. Linear and angular modulation methods, frequency division multiplexing. Sampling, quantization, Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM), Differential Pulse-Code Modulation (DPCM), Delta Modulation (DM), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), pulse transmission. Baseband data transmission: Nyquist pulse shaping; Bandpass data transmission and digital modulation techniques: Noise analysis of modulation systems.
Specilization Elective Courses: 

EE 363

Course Name: 
Electromagnetic Field Theory
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Vector analysis for field theory. Static electric and magnetic fields. Time varying electric and magnetic fields and Maxwell's equations. Plane waves in different media, transmission lines, waveguides and antennas.

EE 374

Course Name: 
Communication Eng.
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Building blocks of communication systems. Signal types, generalized functions. Hilbert transform and analytical signals. Linear and angular modulation methods, frequency division multiplexing. Sampling, quantization, Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM), Differential Pulse-Code Modulation (DPCM), Delta Modulation (DM), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), pulse transmission. Baseband data transmission: Nyquist pulse shaping; Bandpass data transmission and digital modulation techniques: Noise analysis of modulation systems.

EE 512

Course Name: 
Solid State D.C. Drives
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Evolution of D.C. drives. Analysis and performance characteristics of single-phase, three-phase and chopper-fed D.C. drives. Reversible drives. Discontinuous current operation. Regenerative braking. Dual converters. Closed-loop control. Analysis and design of controller structures. Phase locked loop control. Microprocessor based drive control systems. Applications.
Prerequisite: 
Test Prerequisite

MATH 101

Course Name: 
Calculus I
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and applications, integration, fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques and applications of integration, improper integrals and series, Taylor polynomials, power series, basic transcendental functions.

MATH 202

Course Name: 
Differential Equations
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
First-order differential equations, second-order linear equations, Wronskian, change of parameters, homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations, series solutions, Laplace transform, systems of first-order linear equations, boundary value problems, Fourier series. Prerequisites: MATH 101 or MATH 132, MATH 201.
Control Systems
Specilization Required Courses: 

EE 304

Course Name: 
Energy Conversion
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Energy technology and resources: Fossil fuels, nuclear, solar, and other types of energy. Three phase systems and magnetic circuits. Transformers: Ideal and physical models and equivalent circuit, and transformer testing. Electromechanical energy conversion. Efficiency and process performance. Sensors and actuators: Relays, stepper and positioning systems, switched reluctance machines, synchronous reluctance machines, direct current (DC) machines. Symmetrical alternating current (AC) synchronous machines. Symmetrical AC induction machines.

EE 335

Course Name: 
Electronics Lab 1
Course Credit: 
1
Course Description: 
Transistor biasing. Measurement of transistor parameters. D.C. power supplies and stabilized circuits. Linear and nonlinear wave shaping.
Specilization Elective Courses: 

EE 352

Course Name: 
System Dynamics and Control
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Analysis of linear control systems by differential equations and transfer function methods using Laplace transforms. Stability of closed loop systems. Routh-Hurwitz criterion, root-locus diagrams. System analysis in frequency domain. Bode, polar plots and Nichols charts. Nyquist stability criterion. Introduction to design and optimization of linear control systems, compensation techniques.

EE 373

Course Name: 
Signals and Systems
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems, basic system properties. Linear time-invariant systems, convolution. Fourier series representation of periodic signals, Fourier transform of continuous-time and discrete-time signals. Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). Sampling and z-transform.

EE 512

Course Name: 
Solid State D.C. Drives
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Evolution of D.C. drives. Analysis and performance characteristics of single-phase, three-phase and chopper-fed D.C. drives. Reversible drives. Discontinuous current operation. Regenerative braking. Dual converters. Closed-loop control. Analysis and design of controller structures. Phase locked loop control. Microprocessor based drive control systems. Applications.
Prerequisite: 
Test Prerequisite

HSS

Course Name: 
Humanities or Social Sciences
Course Credit: 
3
Electronics
Specilization Required Courses: 

EE 352

Course Name: 
System Dynamics and Control
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Analysis of linear control systems by differential equations and transfer function methods using Laplace transforms. Stability of closed loop systems. Routh-Hurwitz criterion, root-locus diagrams. System analysis in frequency domain. Bode, polar plots and Nichols charts. Nyquist stability criterion. Introduction to design and optimization of linear control systems, compensation techniques.

EE 512

Course Name: 
Solid State D.C. Drives
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Evolution of D.C. drives. Analysis and performance characteristics of single-phase, three-phase and chopper-fed D.C. drives. Reversible drives. Discontinuous current operation. Regenerative braking. Dual converters. Closed-loop control. Analysis and design of controller structures. Phase locked loop control. Microprocessor based drive control systems. Applications.
Prerequisite: 
Test Prerequisite

EE 531

Course Name: 
Television Engineering
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Light and color fundamentals. Principles of picture transmission. Analog-to-digital conversion of picture signals. Image and sound compression techniques. Digital Modulation and TV Broadcasting. Digital TV Receivers. Image capturing and display devices.3D TV.
Specilization Elective Courses: 

CC/HSS

Course Name: 
Complementary/Humanities Social Sciences
Course Credit: 
3

CMPE 150

Course Name: 
To Computing(C)
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
The aim of the course is twofold: To give the student literacy on computers and data processing, and to make him/her a computer user either as a programmer or as an application software package user. The course has separate components for these two aims. The first component is the weekly lecture on computer hardware, computer software, applications, computer industry and social issues. The second component is organized in terms of labs, workshops and recitations. Students follow one of two alternatives as chosen by their department: 1)Programming in a high level language such as Pascal, C or Fortran, 2)The use of a set of application software packages such as word processing, spreadsheet and data management packages.

EE 101

Course Name: 
Orientation to Electrical Engineering
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Basic elements of electrical engineering: Devices, circuits, and systems. Interactions of these elements and engineering methods. Discussion of the social and ethical aspects of the engineering profession. Introduction to faculty members and research areas. General and departmental responsibilities of students. Formats, rules and conventions in technical writing. Oral and written presentation tools and techniques. Laboratory work.

EE 201

Course Name: 
Electrical Circuits I
Course Credit: 
4
Course Description: 
Circuit elements and Kirchhoffs laws. Analysis of resistive circuits. Network theorems. Solutions of linear time-invariant differential equations. Analysis of first and second order circuits. Operational Amplifiers. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis, power calculations and balanced three-phase circuits.

EE 240

Course Name: 
Digital Systems Design
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Hardware description languages, digital logic synthesis, computer organization, arithmetic logic, memory and control units, mini and microcomputer systems. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA). Laboratory Work.

EE 242

Course Name: 
Numerical Methods for EE
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Data structures, structured programming. Numerical solution of multidimensional optimization problems, convergence properties, gradient and Newton methods. Solution of linear, nonlinear equations, and differential equations, numerical integration.

EE 304

Course Name: 
Energy Conversion
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Energy technology and resources: Fossil fuels, nuclear, solar, and other types of energy. Three phase systems and magnetic circuits. Transformers: Ideal and physical models and equivalent circuit, and transformer testing. Electromechanical energy conversion. Efficiency and process performance. Sensors and actuators: Relays, stepper and positioning systems, switched reluctance machines, synchronous reluctance machines, direct current (DC) machines. Symmetrical alternating current (AC) synchronous machines. Symmetrical AC induction machines.

EE 352

Course Name: 
System Dynamics and Control
Course Credit: 
3
Course Description: 
Analysis of linear control systems by differential equations and transfer function methods using Laplace transforms. Stability of closed loop systems. Routh-Hurwitz criterion, root-locus diagrams. System analysis in frequency domain. Bode, polar plots and Nichols charts. Nyquist stability criterion. Introduction to design and optimization of linear control systems, compensation techniques.