Advanced Engineering Math

Course Description

The course applies advanced mathematical tools to solve electrical engineering problems. Mathematical tools include vector analysis, matrices, different coordinate systems, multivariate differential equations, Laplace transforms, Fourier analysis, and Dirac delta functions.

Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate different mathematical tools and techniques used in electrical engineering.
  • Apply appropriate scientific and mathematical theories and laws to solve engineering problems.
  • Demonstrate theoretical knowledge to use in the modern communication systems.
  • Apply statistical theories to solve engineering problems.


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