Course Description

This course covers a wide array of essential concepts in electrical engineering. Students explore topics such as mutual inductance, transformers, three-phase circuits (both balanced and unbalanced), graph theory, network equations, the Laplace transform, natural frequency, transfer functions, poles, zeros, two-port circuits, state equations, nodal and mesh analysis, cut-set and loop analysis, and modified nodal analysis. This comprehensive course equips students with the analytical tools needed to understand, design, and troubleshoot electrical systems, making it a crucial stepping stone for their engineering journey.


  • Mutual Inductance and Transformers
  • Three-Phase Circuits (Balanced and Unbalanced)
  • Graph Theory, Network Equations, and Tellegen Theorem
  • The Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis
  • Natural Frequency
  • Transfer Function, Poles, and Zeros
  • Two-Port Circuits
  • State Equations.
  • Nodal and Mesh Analysis
  • Cut-Set and Loop Analysis
  • Modified Nodal Analysis


  • Basic Circuit Theory, Ch. A. Desor and E. S. Kuh, McGraw-Hill (1966).
  • Fundamentals of Electric Circuits. C. K. Alexander and M. N. O. Sadiku, McGraw Hill (6th Ed., 2021).
  • Introduction to Electric Circuits, R. C. Dorf and J. A. Svoboda, John Wiley (9th, 2013)
  • Electric Circuits, J. W. Nilsson and S. Riedel, Pearson (12th Ed, 2022).

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