ENGE 240 Digital Systems
Description: This course is an introduction to modeling, analysis, and design of digital systems primarily at the Logic Design Level. Students apply the basic theory of switching networks, use Boolean Algebra to analyze and synthesize switching networks, design logic gate networks, use simplification schemes to minimize part count and cost while providing optimum performance, and design and analyze sequential and combinational circuits using flip-flops and logic gate networks. This course is designed for the transfer student planning to major in engineering or disciplines included in the physical sciences.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Emphasis in Mathematics and Pre-Engineering Studies: Engineering - Associate in Arts
- Engineering - Associate in Science
- Engineering - Certificate of Achievement