Description: Topics include concepts of electricity and magnetism; circuit variables (units, voltage, inductance, power and energy); circuit elements (R, L, C and operational amplifiers); simple resistive circuits; circuit analysis (node-voltage, mesh-current, equivalents and superposition); transient analysis; and sinusoidal steady state (analysis and power). Students who do not complete the required laboratory may need to do so after transfer if their engineering school requires one. Prerequisites: Calculus-based Physics II and Calculus III.Topics:• Definitions and units• Basic laws (Kirchhoff, Ohm)• Operational amplifiers• Mesh and nodal analysis• Linearity and superposition• Source transformation, Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems• Inductance and capacitance• Transient response for RL and RC circuits• Sinusoidal steady - state analysis• Power, maximum power transferOutcomes:• Understand basic circuit elements (e.g. independent and dependent sources, resistors, inductors and capacitors).• Apply KVL, KCL, Ohms Law, and conservation of power to solve for currents, voltages, and power in linear DC circuits.• Apply formal circuit analysis techniques (e.g. nodal analysis, mesh analysis, source transformation, superposition).• Determine the Thevenin or Norton equivalent of a linear two-terminal network.• Determine the initial value, final value, time constant and transient response of a RL and RC circuit.• Use phasor analysis to solve for currents, voltage, and complex power in steady-state AC circuits.• Understand the behavior of an ideal operational amplifier, know basic configurations, and derive the gain.