The mission of the Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NJIT is to provide an outstanding academic and research experience to students to prepare them to meet the needs and challenges of the 21st century in electrical and computer engineering. The mission is extended to the commitment of providing state-of-the-art interactive education through innovative, cutting-edge research with real-world experience promoting industry-university partnerships and lifelong learning.

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Submissions from 2018

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ECE 101 - Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ryoko Mathes

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ECE 231 - Circuits and Systems I, Oksana Manzhura

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ECE 232 - Circuits and Systems II, Oksana Manzhura

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ECE 251 - Digital Design, Jacob Savir

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ECE 252 - Microprocessors, Mahmoud Al-Quzwini

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ECE 271 - Electronic Circuits I, Serhiy Levkov

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ECE 291 - Electrical Engineering Laboratory I, Marek Sosnowski

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ECE 321 - Random Signals and Noise, M Feknous

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ECE 333 - Signals and Systems III, Gerald Whitman

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ECE 341 - Energy Conversion, Walid Hubbi

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ECE 353 - Computer Architecture and Organization, John Carpinelli

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ECE 354 - Digital Test, Jacob Savir

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ECE 361 - Electromagnetic Fields I, Gerald Whitman

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ECE 362 - Electromagnetic Fields II, Gerald Whitman

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ECE 368 - Signal Transmission, Edip Niver

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ECE 372 - Electronic Circuits II, M Feknous

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ECE 374 - Introduction to Semiconductor Devices, Leonid Tsybeskov

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ECE 392 - Electrical Engineering Laboratory II, Marek Sosnowski

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ECE 394 - Digital Systems Lab, John Carpinelli

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ECE 395 - Microprocessor Lab, David Harrison

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FED 101 - ECE Fundamentals of Engineering Design, John Carpinelli