Electronic theory applied to biomedical/human systems (physiological measurements, medical devices, prosthetics, medical imaging). Passive components, voltage/current sources, switches/relays. Circuit/network analysis using law/theorems (Ohm, Joules, Kirchhoff, Thevenin/Norton). Hands-on laboratory component reinforces an understanding of biomedical electronic systems and devices using function generators, multi-meters, oscilloscopes to measure voltage, current, impedance, frequency.
(Undergraduate level EGR 1010 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level MTH 2300 Minimum Grade of D) and Undergraduate level PHY 2410 Minimum Grade of D