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PHYS 150. Introductory Electronics. 5 Units.

Prerequisites: a knowledge of trigonometry and exponential functions
Introduces electronics for the sciences and engineering. Assumes no experience in electronics and can be taken prior to introductory physics. Focus is on analog electronics: practical circuits, passive and active circuit elements, signal conditioning, test and measurement skills, and a brief introduction to digital electronics. Four hours lecture and three hours laboratory. Materials fee required.

Department of Physics

http://bulletin.csusb.edu/colleges-schools-departments/natural-sciences/physics/

...theory curriculum core: PHYS 150 . Introductory Electronics; CSE 201 . Computer Science I; PHYS 350 . Data...