EE - 175: Electrical Engineering Senior Design Project

 

 

 

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CREDIT:††††††† EE175A: 4;† EE175B:† 4.† Consultation, one hour; laboratory, nine hours.

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CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

 

Under the direction of a faculty member, students (individually or in small teams with shared responsibilities) propose, design, build, and test electrical engineering devices or systems. A written report, giving details of the project and test results, and an oral presentation of the design aspects are required. An In Progress (IP) grade is assigned for EE 175A. A letter grade is given for 175B.

 

PREREQUISITES:

 

Senior standing in Electrical Engineering.

 

GOAL:

 

The Senior Design Project is the culmination of course work in the bachelorís degree program in electrical engineering. In this comprehensive two-quarter course, students are expected to apply the concepts and theories of electrical engineering to a novel research project. A written report, giving details of the project and test results, and an oral presentation giving the details of the project, will be required to complete this course satisfactorily.

 

Students: For the EE175 Course, we are using the Blackboard Learning System. Please logon at: http://ilearn.ucr.edu/ and select: Senior Design Project EE175.