2022-23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

EGEE-4120 Digital Image Processing –Sp 3 hours Introduction to digital image processing. Topics include linear filtering in the spatial and frequency domains, morphology, image segmentation, wavelets, image compression, and pattern recognition. Prerequisites: EGEE-3110 Linear Systems. (even years) EGEE-4310 RF Circut Design –Fa 3 hours Introduction to the characteristics of noise and nonlinearity in radio-frequency (RF) circuit, scattering parameters and two-port network model, impedance matching techniques, and the radio transmitter and receiver architecture. Topics of designing the circuit of low noise amplifier, mixers, oscillators, RF filters, and power amplifier will be covered. Student will learn to use the state-of-the- art CAD tool and vector network analyzer. Prerequisites: EGEE- 3220 Electronics II, EGEE-3330 Communications Theory. (Fee: $100) EGEE-4330 3 hours Advanced Communications and Networks –Fa Analysis of the performance of analog and digital communication systems and networks in the presence of noise, M-ary signals, signal space concepts, orthogonal signals, and introduction to communication networks. Prerequisite: EGEE-3330 Communications Theory. Corequisite: EGEE-3370 Probability and Random Processes for Engineers or instructor’s permission. EGEE-4410 Feedback Control Systems –Fa 4 hours Introduction to the analysis and design of analog feedback control systems with emphasis on modeling, transfer functions, root locus, frequency response, Bodé plots, Nyquist Criterion, stability, compensator design for performance and robustness, PID, phase-lead, phase-lag, lead-lag, and performance indices. Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory or recitation per week. Design project required. Prerequisite: EGEE-3110 Linear Systems. (Fee: $100) EGEE-4450 Digital Control Systems –Sp 3 hours Introduction to analysis and design of discrete-time sampled- data control systems, signal sampling, A/D and D/A conversion, quantization, application of Z-domain transfer function techniques, transient response, frequency response, stability and performance of computer controlled systems, digital compensation, and controller design. Design project required. Prerequisite: EGEE- 4410 Feedback Control Systems. EGEE-4510 Power Systems –Sp 3 hours Principles of electrical power generation, transmission, and distribution, three-phase power circuits, power system analysis, load flow, symmetrical components, fault currents, system protection, and stability. Corequisite: EGEE-3310 Electromagnetics. (Fee: $50) (even years) EGEE-4610 Medical Imaging –Sp 3 hours Introduction to the physics, phenomenology, and engineering aspects of major medical imaging modalities: photon radiation, radiography, computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging. Matlab will be used to process imagery. Prerequisite: EGEE-3110 Linear Systems. (odd years) EGEE-4810 4 hours Electrical Engineering Senior Design I –Fa Design and development of electronic products to meet specific requirements using the top-down design method. Introduction to project management, reliability, probability and statistics with engineering applications, serial communication protocols, product cost and safety, electronic design tools, prototype methods, noise, and circuit-board layout. Student teams prepare a project proposal, design and prototype electronic systems using modern technologies and tools, and conduct design reviews both written and oral. Three lectures and one two-hour lab per week. Prerequisites: EGEE-3220 Electronics II; EGCP-2120 Microcontrollers; EGEE-3110 Linear Systems; senior status in electrical engineering. (Fee: $100) EGEE-4820 3 hours Electrical Engineering Senior Design II –Sp Continuation of EGEE-4810 implementing the top-down design method. Students design, build, and test a working electronic product to meet specific requirements within budget. Engineering time, team management costs, and component costs are incorporated into the total cost and grade for the final product. Formal design reports and presentations required. Two three- hour laboratories per week. Prerequisite: EGEE-4810 Electrical Engineering Senior Design I. (Fee: $100) EGEE-4950 1–3 hours Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering –Sp Selected topics in electrical engineering at the 4000-level that expand the depth of existing 3000- and 4000-level courses or expose the students to advanced concepts not taught in other courses; topics may be proposed by the engineering faculty or students. Prerequisite: instructor’s permission. General Engineering (EGGN) EGGN-1110 The Engineering Profession –Fa 1 hour Introduction to the basic concepts and skills necessary to function effectively as a Christian engineer; ethical and moral issues in engineering practice and engineering computer applications. Term project introduces Christian heritage in science and engineering; students participate in group activities and design projects. (Fee: $50) EGGN-1960 Competition Project –Sp 0 hours Engineering freshmen on a school of engineering intercollegiate design competition may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation throughout the year. The name of the competition will be designated. EGGN-2960 Competition Project –Sp 0 hours Engineering sophomores on a school of engineering intercollegiate design competition may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation throughout the year. The name of the competition will be designated. EGGN-2980 Research Project I –Fa, Sp, Su 0 hours Engineering and computer science majors will undertake a research project under the direction of an engineering and computer science faculty mentor. Students participating on a school reseach project may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation on a research project. EGGN-3110 Professional Ethics –Sp 3 hours Introduction to the theories of morality and philosophical issues of determining what is true and what is good. Applications are made to professional conduct, engineer-client relations, and product liability. Legal problems and the engineering code of ethics are discussed from a biblical perspective. EGGN-3510 Systems Optimization –Fa 3 hours The course covers the theory and procedures for optimizing multi-variable, nonlinear, constrained problems with application to system design and optimization. Topics include the formulation of the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) optimality conditions, numerical algorithms for solving different classes of problems, linear programming, gradient algorithms, and special topics applicable to senior design projects. Prerequisites: MATH-2710 Calculus III; MATH-2740 Differential Equations. EGGN-3610 Biomedical Engineering Systems –Sp 3 hours Introduction to the field of biomedical engineering and the application of engineering to the field of medicine; fundamental aspects of measuring and modeling physiological systems, biomedical device design, tissue engineering, bioelectric phenomena, biosensors, physiological modeling, biomedical imaging, and biomaterials. Team taught by ME and EE professors. Prerequisites: Engineering major with junior standing; BIO-1115 Biology I: Cell Biology or GBIO-1000 Principles of Biology. (even years) 2022–23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Page 267 Course Descriptions EGEE-4120 – EGGN-3610 ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE