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E E 442: Introduction to Circuits and Instruments
(3-2) Cr. 2. F.S.
Prereq: PHYS 222, MATH 267
Half-semester course. Basic circuit analysis using network theorems with time domain and Laplace transform techniques for resistive, resistive-inductive, resistive-capacitive, and resistive- inductive-capacitive circuits. Transient circuit behavior. Basic operational amplifiers and applications. Familiarization with common E E instrumentation and demonstration of basic principles. Credit for only 201 or 442 may be counted toward graduation; credit for 442 will not count toward graduation for E E or Cpr E majors.
AER E 442: V/STOL Aerodynamics and Performance
(3-0) Cr. 3. F.
Prereq: AER E 261
Introduction to the aerodynamics, performance, stability, control and critical maneuvering characteristics of V/STOL vehicles. Topics include hovercrafts, jet flaps, ducted fans and thrust vectored engines.
E C P 442: Administration and Supervision in Early Childhood Settings
(3-0) Cr. 3.
Prereq: HD FS 102
Exploration of issues surrounding the administration of early childhood programs including identification of community needs, analysis of business opportunities, the evaluation and appropriate use of space and quality programming, consideration of policy and legal responsibilities, and professionalism in the field. In addition, the course explores best practices in staff selection, training, coaching, and supervision. (on-line course offering via Distance Education).
M E 442: Heating and Air Conditioning Design
(1-5) Cr. 3. S.
Prereq: M E 441 or with Instructor Permission
Design criteria and assessment of building environment and energy requirements. Design of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. System control and economic analysis. Oral and written reports required.