I’ll be filing the paperwork for the Applied Circuits for Bioengineers course tomorrow. The supplemental sheets are done (essentially the same as the drafts I posted a few days ago), and I just have the cover forms to complete. I need a 19-character abbreviation and 40-word catalog copy for each course:
Appl Circuit Bioeng
Introduction to analog electronics. Topics include circuit theorems (Kirchoff’s laws, Thévenin and Norton equivalents, superposition), constant and sinusoidal signals, analog filters, op amps, feedback, oscillators, and instrumentation amplifiers. Emphasis is on design for sensors (thermistors, microphones, electrodes, pressure sensors, phototransistors).
Appl Circuit Lab
Weekly three-hour lab to design and build circuits to interface sensors used in bioengineering (thermistors, microphones, electrodes, pressure sensors, phototransistors). Students design and build one-lead EKG.