Genesee Adds Circuit Analysis Class to Fall 2011 Course Offerings

Students in Genesee Community College's Engineering Science program can expand their engineering knowledge with a brand new Circuit Analysis course offered this fall. Part of the Engineering Science A.

Students in Genesee Community College’s Engineering Science program can expand their engineering knowledge with a brand new Circuit Analysis course offered this fall. Part of the Engineering Science A.S. degree, Circuit Analysis (EGR245) focuses on the comprehensive study of the basic concepts of electrical engineering.
Among the topics covered by Circuit Analysis include resistive circuits, Kirchhoff’s laws, equivalent sub circuits, dependent sources and op amps, loop and nodal analysis and duality, energy-storage elements, and transient analysis of first-order and second-order circuits.
“Engineers work in virtually every industry out there – from aerospace to architecture, biomedicine to mechanical, civil to chemical. Engineering is one of the most diverse, yet fiscally rewarding professions available. New job prospects are unending,” Ronald Schumacher, GCC engineering and mathematics instructor said. “It can all start with an associate degree from GCC.”
The EGR245 class will be held this fall semester Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 1:25pm – 2:40 pm at the Batavia Campus. To register for the class online go to: http://www.genesee.edu/depts/admissions/apply/. For a full course description and course prerequisites, go to: http://www.genesee.edu/academics/catalog/EGR/245/

Contact Ronald Schumacher at 585-343-0055 ext. 6303 or at rvschumacher@genesee.edu to find out more.


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