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EECS 221 Electromagnetics I

EECS 221.  Electromagnetics I.  3 Credits.     

Electrostatic and magnetostatic fields in a vacuum and material media. Electromagnetic fields and Maxwell's equations for time-varying sources. The relationship between field and circuit theory. Simple applications of Maxwell's equations. Grade of C (not C-) required to progress. Prerequisite: MATH 127, MATH 220, EECS 211 or EECS 202, and either PHSX 210 or PHSX 211.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

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B.S. in Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives Graduates who have earned the bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, within a few years following graduation, will have demonstrated technical proficiency, collaborative activities, and professional development. Technical Proficiency Graduates will have achieved success and visibility in their chosen careers as shown by technical accomplishments in industry, government, entrepreneurial activities, or academia. Collaborative Activities Graduates will have exercised shared responsibilities through activities such as contributions to multiperson or multidisciplinary technical projects, participation in professional society/organization functions, or performing collaborative research. In all such cases, graduates will have contributed to documentation of the collaborative activities. Professional Development Graduates will have demonstrated continual updating to extend their expertise and adapt to a changing environment through graduate studies; short courses, conferences, and seminars; or professional self-study. In addition, graduates will have demonstrated evidence of increasing technical and/or managerial impact. Careers Professional Opportunities Electrical engineers may work in circuit design, electronic devices, electrical and optical communications, control and automation, electromagnetics, instrumentation, energy and power, or signal processing. Electrical engineers may work in telecommunications, consumer electronics, or public utility companies; government agencies; and defense-related or consulting firms.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics

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...Interdisciplinary Computing (EECS) majors. For EECS program admission...Equations 3 or MATH 221 Applied Differential Equations...

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

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...4 EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ EECS...Applied Differential Equations MATH 221 Applied Differential Equations...

Bachelor of Science in Physics

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...EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ or EECS...Differential Equations or MATH 221 Applied Differential Equations...

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

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...Interdisciplinary Computing (EECS) majors. For EECS program admission...PE 211, C&PE 221, and C&PE...

Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering

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...Interdisciplinary Computing (EECS) majors. For EECS program admission...PE 211, C&PE 221, C&PE 325...