# Syllabus

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ABET
Course Objectives and

Outcomes Form

Course number and title :

21229

Electric Circuits Lab

Credits :

1

Instructor (s)

in
-

charge:
ha

Eng.
Hazem Marar

Course type :

L
aboratory

Required or Elective : Required

Course Schedule :

Lecture : 3 hrs./week

Office Hours

5

hrs./day

Course Assessment :

Homework :
10
Prelabs/
3

Quiz
zes

Exams :

1 midterm and
1

final examination.

10%

prelabs
, 1
5
% performance and quizzes, 40

% reports
,

10% midterm, and
25
% final.

Course Prerequisites :

Electric Circuits 2

Catalog Description :

Introduce Basic concepts,
instruments, and

components. Analyze circuits, and understand the role of
specific components in a circuit.

Textbook and any
related
:

Circuits

Lab Manual

Course material :

Course Website

www.psut.edu.jo/sites
/
hazem

Topics covered in the course and level of coverage:

Basic Concepts and Basic Laws of DC Circuits

3 Hours

Nodal Analysis, Superposition
Theorem, and
Maximum Power Transfer.

3 Hours

The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope and Function
Generator.

3 Hours

RLC Combination Circuits.

3 Hours

Capacitor Voltage Characteristics and Sinusoidal

3 Hours

of Series and
Parallel RLC circuits.

3 Hours

Three Phase Systems

3 Hours

Parallel Resonant RLC circuits.

3 Hours

Series Resonant RLC circuits.

3 Hours

The Transformer and Two
-
port networks

3 Hours

Course Objectives and their relation to the

program
Educational Objectives:

This is

a
required course for electrical engineering, computer engineering and communications
engineering majors.

Circuit
s

lab is considered one of the essential laboratories, because it’s the lab
where the students learn about sim
ple circuits, active and passive elements practically.

The goal of the
course is to introduce students to the basic
Concepts of DC circuits, Nodal analysis,

Nodal Analysis,
Superposition Theorem, and Maximum Power Transfer.

Moreover, the students will
unde
rstand how instruments in the lab work, such as The CRO, and Function Generator.

Students will also introduced to the RLC combination circuits, and understand the role of
Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors in electrical circuits.

Contribution of the
course to the professional component:

Engineering Topics:

5
0%

General Education:

2
0

%

Mathematics & Basic Sciences:

3
0

%

Expected level of proficiency from students entering the course:

Mathematics:

Some

Physics:

Some

Technical
writing:

Some

Computer programming:

Strong

Material available to students and department at end of course:

Available to
Students

Available to
department

Available to
instructor

Available to
TA(s)

Course objectives and outcomes form:

X

X

X

Lecture notes, homework assignments, and
solutions:

Samples of homework solutions from 3
students:

Samples of lab reports of 3 students:

Samples of exam solutions from 3 students:

Course performance form from student
surveys:

End
-
of
-
course instructor survey:

Will this course involve computer assignments?

YES

Will this course have TA(s) when it is offered?

NO

:: Upon completion of this course, students will have had an opportunity to learn about the following :
:

Specific Course Outcomes

Program
Outcomes

1.

Basic Concepts and Basic Laws of DC Circuits
.

a
,
I,k

2.

To analyze circuits using
Nodal Analysis
,

and

Superposition Theorem
.

b
,e

3.

Maximum Power Transfer.

a

4.

How to use
The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope and Function
Generator.

I,k

5.

RL
, RC, and RLC circuits.

e,
k

6.

Capacitor Voltage Characteristics and Sinusoidal Steady State Response
.

b,
c

7.

Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Series and Parallel RLC circuits.

b,
c

8.

Three Phase Systems
.

a

9.

Parallel Resonant RLC circuits
.

a,c

10.

Series Resonant RLC circuits.

a,c

11.

The Transformer and Two
-
port networks
.

a,c

Level of
contribution of course to program outcomes:

Strong: (a) (b)
(c
)(k)

Average: (i) (d
) (
e) (f
)

(g)

#

Program Outcome

Level

a

an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering;

Strong

b

an ability to design and conduct

experiments, as well as to
analyze and
interpret data;

Strong

c

an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired
needs;

strong

d

an ability to function on multi
-
disciplinary teams;

Average

e

an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems;

average

f

an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility;

Average

g

an ability to communicate effectively;

Average

h

the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering
solutions in a global and societal context;

i

a
recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life
-
long learning;

Average

j

a knowledge of contemporary issues;

k

an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools
necessary for engineering practice;

Strong