a Distance Education Course for College Credit
Offered by the Fairfield University School of Engineering
January 18 - May 10 via iLinc
EE245 is the first digital course in Fairfield University's Electrical Engineering curriculum. It covers topics in Digital and Boolean Logic. See the course sylabus and schedule for details
It is presented as a set of in-class, multimedia lectures and is simulcast using iLinc, a Distance Educational facility that supports students at remote sites.
This course meets the requirements for the ABET accredited Electrical Engineering program at Fairfield University making course credit generally transferable to other EE, CE, and CS programs as well (check with your university advisor). Students that are not currently at Fairfield University are welcome to join this class. Call the Fairfield University School of Engineering office, (203) 254-4147, for registration information.
Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Eastern Standard time. The course begins January 18, 2005 and
runs until May 10, 2005.
There is an associated laboratory course that is on Thursday Evenings
Jeffrey N. Denenberg, Ph.D has presented this class with high marks in student reviews. You can read about him at his web site:
For additional course information or to register for this course call the Fairfield University School of Engineering office at:
You can also email DoctorD with any questions at: Jeffrey.Denenberg@ieee.org
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