Brief Course Description The course addresses the physics of basic physical concepts of electronic devices. Course Objectives By the end of the course students should be able to: Understand the behaviour of electrons in electrical and magnetic fields in materials.
Rationale Engineering Mathematics is fundamental to the study of Computer Engineering. It provides the necessary analytical skills for the study of more advanced subjects such as Electronics, Discrete Mathematics and for the design of Algorithms among others. Applied Mathematics is
Rationale This course discussed advanced concepts in electronics and electronic systems engineering including the recent research topics Course Objectives To address the most recent developments in electronics engineering as well as address other promising research and commercial electronics engineering technologies.
Rationale The course gives students the fundamental concepts of Industrial and power electronics and insight into the present practices and developments in industry where electronics is increasingly being applied for control and automation. Course Objectives By the end of the
Rationale This course assumes that the student has knowledge of the bipolar junction transistor (BJT). Thus, concept of BJT is covered in the first lesson of the course. The first lesson is designed to give an overview of the analysis