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Computer Engineering Course Learning Outcomes
Course Code Title Learning Outcomes
COEN2411 CIRCUITS I CLO1 To accurately define current, voltage, energy, and power in DC and AC circuits
CLO2 To calculate current, voltage, stored energy, and power in DC and AC circuits using the following techniques: Kirchhoff’s current and voltage laws; node voltage analysis; mesh current analysis; superposition; and source transformations
CLO3 To define time constants for RC and RL circuits
CLO4 To calculate the total response of RC, RL, and RLC circuits
CLO5 To compare and contrast the features of DC and AC circuits
COEN3323 DIGITAL SYSTEMS CLO1 Compose and evaluate problems involving Boolean algebra
CLO2 Design digital systems using simple logic elements
CLO3 Use Karnaugh Maps to design digital logic systems
CLO4 Define and describe digital codes and number systems
CLO5 Demonstrate the use sequential logic circuits and their applications
COEN4322 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING CLO1        To be able to list the strengths and limitations of DSP applications in solving signaling          problems 
CLO2        To be able to illustrate and evaluate a signal in discrete time domain 
CLO3        To be able to describe discrete signals in frequency domain using DTFT, DFT         and z-transforms and their inverse transforms
CLO4        To describe and use the Sampling Theorem for converting signals from continuous time           to discrete time domain 
CLO5        To be able to analyze and design digital FIR and IIR filters for application in DSP
COEN4331 NETWORK THEORY CLO1        To describe and explain the physical, theoretical and structural issues related to the          construction of computer networks 
CLO2        To state and describe the principles of electronic communication and the practical          application to the organization and management of networks
CLO3        To be able to justify the reasons behind the current networking practices
CLO4        To develop a better  appraisal of TCP/IP protocol principles, operation and services 
CLO5        To develop improved communication and collaborative skills through a group project
GEIT1311 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION CLO1        To describe and contrast computer organization and architecture 
CLO2        To describe how a computer system connects to the outside world 
CLO3        To explain the internal functions of a computer system
CLO4        To summarize the working of individual components of a computer 
CLO5        To develop architecture level understanding of a computer
GEIT3331 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION CLO1 To describe performance evolution of computer system
CLO2 To outline the top level views of computer functions, its interconnections and how they connect to the outside world
CLO3 To recognize how computer organization differs from computer architecture
CLO4 To calculate the design aspect parameters of computer internal and external memory
CLO5 To illustrate the design aspects of computer I/O sub-systems
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