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Courses

ECE 101 - Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
This seminar course, intended for first-year undergraduates, is intended to give students a feeling for the range of topics and concepts that are the subjects of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Simple circuits are introduced and the need for analysis is illustrated, for example, by the inclusion of a current-limiting resistor in an LED circuit. Using Parallax "BOE-bot" robot, the students see how to program a computer to carry out actions, deal with sensors, break complex actions into small pieces and demonstrate progress, and other parts of the engineering process.

ECE 437 - Acoustics
This graduate and upper-level-undergraduate course will introduce engineering students to various phenomena of acoustics, from generation, propagation, and detection of sound to reflection, diffraction, absorption, and scattering, with particular emphasis on room acoustics and perception.

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