Electrical and Computer Engineering
A grade of C or higher is required in all Electrical Engineering courses.
NOTE: See the beginning of Section F for abbreviations, course numbers and coding.
|ECE1813||Electricity and Magnetism||4 ch (3C 1T 3L*)|
An introduction to the fundamentals of electricity and magnetism and applications. Covers concepts of charge, electric fields, voltage, current, power, energy, magnetic fields and the link between electricity and magnetism for the creation of machines. Includes resistors, resistance, Ohm's law, Kirchoff's voltage and current laws, some electrical properties of materials. Electric sources, simple series, paralell, and series-paralell DC circuits and mesh analysis are examined. Energy conversion and simple electric machines are examined. The behaviour and use of common sensors and transducers are discussed.
Prerequisite: Two years of high school physics (or equivalent).
Co-requisite: MATH 1003.
|ECE2021||Electrical Design, Experimentation, and Measurements||2 ch (1C 2L)|
Prerequisite: ECE 1813.
|ECE2214||Digital Logic Design||3 ch (3C 1T)|
An introductory course to practical aspects of digital system design. The course covers digital logic design, including basic design concepts and implementation technology, number representations, synthesis of combinational and sequential logic, and the use of HDL and computer-based tools.
Co-requisite: ECE 2215.
|ECE2215||Digital Logic Design Laboratory||1 ch (3L*)|
This is an introductory course to practical aspects of digital systems design. Course includes the design of digital circuits with CAD tools and VHDL hardware description language.
|ECE2412||Simulation and Engineering Analysis||4 ch (3C 2L)|
An introduction to modelling and numerical methods as applied in the solution of engineering problems. The solution of nonlinear equations, polynomials, curve fitting, numerical integration and difference equations. Simulation tools such as MATLAB will be used.
|ECE2711||Electric Circuits||4 ch (3C 1T 3L*)|
Basic DC circuits: network analysis and theorems:. AC circuits: introduction of phasors, network analysis and theorems applied to AC circuits.
|ECE2722||Circuits and Systems||4 ch (3C 1T 3L*)|
Network analysis; transient and steady state responses; transfer functions; complex frequencies; poles and zeros; Laplace Transforms; frequency response and Bode Plots; filters (passive and active).
Co-requisite: MATH 3503 or equivalent.