EE115 taught by COL James Squire is one section of a series of six 0.5 credit-hour modules instructed
by different ECE faculty members designed to introduce students to the breadth of the electrical and computer
engineering discipline. Modules provide hands-on training with ECE equipment, including computer hardware and software
packages. ECE topics and training are reinforced across multiple modules to emphasize intra-disciplinary connections.
(1 credit hour)
In the following table, the homework is
assigned on the day listed and due at the start of the following lesson.
CP stands for "collaborative problems" and are not collected
or graded; they are solved problems either worked
in class or available for the student to study out of
class that illustrate problems of the type assigned for
homework. If you are confident with the homework, you
don't need to do them. If you are struggling with the
homework, you may find you can learn from seeing how similar
problems are solved.