ENGG 225 - Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits and Machines

ENGG 225 Course Information

The University of Calgary
Department of Electrical and Software Engineering

Welcome to the ENGG 225 Course Information Page!

General Information:

ENGG 225 is a first course in Electric Circuit fundamentals taken by all first-year students in the Fall semester as part of the Schulich School of Engineering First-Year Common-Core curriculum. The course was introduced in 2011 and covers basic electric-circuit theory that is fundamentally important to engineers in all engineering disciplines. Almost everything needs electricity!

ENGG 225 Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

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Please use D2L for access to all current course material and information. All twelve active first-year blocks are merged into one common D2L shell.

Norm Bartley, August, 2023