How do robots make decisions? How does a calculator work? What does an electrical engineer do?
These and many other questions are explored and answered in the Digital Electronics seminar. While seeking answers to these questions, students gain skills in basic electronics, logical thinking, problem solving, and troubleshooting.
In addition to learning applied logic, students are exposed to engineering design and troubleshooting techniques used in the electronics field. Computer simulation software is also used to design and test digital circuitry.
Cost: $375.00 (includes room, board, and tuition)
Dr. Xiaolong Li, Assistant Professor
Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology
Indiana State University
Last updated: February 18, 2014