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Wikiversity School of Electronic Engineering
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THE DIGITAL EDGE OF OPEN LEARNING
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WHAT HATH GOD WROUGHT?
-S. Morse


Electronic Engineering is geared toward the design and development of small signal circuitry. This department is concerned with the study of small signal electronics, circuit level computers, digital processing, and analog circuitry.

Because of the progressive nature of technology and engineering, there is a lot of overlapping of disciplines between Electrical Engineering and Electronic Engineering.
If you are looking for Power distribution, transmission and generation see Electrical Engineering.

Department mission To provide an educational experience that can bring a student to such a level that they can competently design and engineer their own electronic circuits using best practices

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Selected Biography
John Bardeen (*May 23, 1908 – †January 30, 1991) 

An American physicist and electrical engineer, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics twice: first in 1956 with William Shockley and Walter Brattain for the invention of the transistor; and again in 1972 with Leon Neil Cooper and John Robert Schrieffer for a fundamental theory of conventional superconductivity known as the BCS theory.

The transistor revolutionized the electronics industry, allowing the Information Age to occur, and made possible the development of almost every modern electronical device, from telephones to computers to missiles. In 1990, Bardeen appeared on LIFE Magazine 's list of "100 Most Influential Americans of the Century."

But what greater honor can there be when each of us can look all around us and everywhere see the reminders of a man whose genius has made our lives longer, healthier and better.

— "Chicago Tribune" Editorial, February 3, 1991

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Disciplines
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Available Courses

Courses Listed Below are currently available. You are welcome to Use; Edit or proof read courses in this department.

Engineering Aptitude/Orientation

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The course numbers are intended to describe loosely the level of challenge or experience. For example a level 200-299 would be a 2nd term/year students course and would indicate there may be 1 or more 100-199 level courses that you are expected to know already. If there is a course you would like to see or create, check out requested and new courses

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Requested Courses

Cant see the course you are looking for? Then it probably is not written yet. All courses that are yet to be written are kept here.

Please have a look at our current list of requested courses.

If you still don't find the course you want, then you can request it by listing it on the page. Better yet you can start the course your self!

PS: All courses with no content will be moved to the Department Course wish List page

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