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INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
by Naidu, M and S. Kamakshiaih
At MIT, 6.01 has no formal prerequisites. Students are expected to take 8.02 Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism as a co-requisite.
This OCW Scholar course will be most useful to students with the following background and skills:
- Sequences and series, some trigonometry (for poles)
- No extensive skill with calculus is required, but students should understand that velocity is the derivative of position, and be able to estimate the velocity of an object from a graph of its position.
- Some programming experience is good, but not necessarily required. The Python Tutorial is designed to get students up to speed with Python, while a course like 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python may be useful for students will little or no programming experience.
- Some exposure to solving basic circuits: Ohm’s law, passive components (such as resistors and capacitors), reducing a circuit to a system of linear equations.
6.01 meets at MIT based on the following schedule:
Lectures: 1 session / week, 1.5 hours / session
Software Lab: 1 session / week, 1.5 hours / session
Design Lab: 1 session / week, 3 hours / session
Outside of class time, students are expected to do the assigned readings, prepare for software and design labs, and complete homework assignments and other exercises.
A short nano-quiz is given during most design lab sessions. The purpose of these nano-quizzes is to provide motivation and feedback for learning the materials presented in the lectures, readings, and additional exercises. Nano-quizzes will generally consist of a simple question from the current week’s material and a more difficult question from previous weeks. Assessment also includes two midterms and a final exam.
6.01 students at MIT complete many of the assignments in an online tutorial environment which checks whether their answers are correct. This environment (often referred to as the Online Tutor in labs and other assignments) is not available as part of 6.01SC on MIT OpenCourseWare. The problems are provided as PDFs on each session page, but solutions are not available.
In this site, each session page generally corresponds to a week in the MIT course. The lectures were recorded in Spring 2011, while most of the activities (software and design labs, additional exercises, and homework assignments) are taken from the Fall 2011 course.
For MIT students, grades are calculated as follows:
|Design labs and interviews||20%|