EE 117. Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

Current Schedule (Spring 2016)


Course objectives: To provide the basic skills required to understand, develop, and design various engineering applications involving electromagnetic fields. To lay the foundations of electromagnetism and its practice in modern communications such as wireless, guided wave principles such as fiber optics and electronic electromagnetic structures including those on the sub-micron scale. To provide basic laboratory exposure to electromagnetic principles and applications.

Topics Covered (Course Outline)

A series of laboratory exercises is used to provide a hands-on illustration of many of the class topics.

General Catalog

Undergraduate Student Learning Goals