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ELECTRICAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (E35)  (Dept. Info)Engineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2022

E35 ESE 230Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits3.0 Units
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01MTWR---10:00A-12:00PRemote / EN NussinovDefault - none.2000
Desc:The lab portion of this course is not offered in the summer session. Students who take this class can later enroll in a 1-credit lab course in the fall or spring semester (E35 231).
SUM-4Start: 7/18/2022   End: 8/18/2022
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