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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

EE301 - Electrical Fundamentals and Applications


EE 301 – Electrical Fundamentals and Applications (3-2-4):  Provides an introduction to AC and DC circuit theory appropriate to model shipboard systems. Circuits of resistors, capacitors, inductors and sources are analyzed to predict steady state and first-order transient voltage, current, and power. Impedance matching, filters, transformers, motors/generators, and three-phase power distribution systems are introduced in the context of shipboard application. Laboratory exercises use tools and equipment found in the fleet and allow for a comparison of theoretical and actual circuit performance. Prereq: SP212 General Physics II or SP222 Electricity and Magnetism I.


  • Check the on-line Syllabus for the most recent changes to schedule.
  • Solutions to previous Homework will be posted in the syllabus every Tuesday after being graded/reviewed by your Instructor.

Course Information

Course Policy

General Course Policy Statement

Course Objectives

Detailed course objectives


Master Schedule with links to lessons, labs, homework, and solutions

Equation Sheet

Course Equation Sheet to be used during lessons, Homework, Exams...


Videos & Tutorials

Useful text handouts, Videos & Tutorials

Text Book

Introductory Circuit Analysis (ISBN 978-0-13-392360-5)

Robert L. Boylestad  

Thirteenth Edition


Course Coordinator

CDR Jesse Atwood, P.E.
Maury Hall, RM 355
(410) 293-6165
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