The BYU Electrical and Computer Engineering Department has established
objectives for the
accomplishments of alumni in the years after graduation, as
well as learning outcomes that define the skills and knowledge students
should have at the time of graduation. These goals are
primarily oriented towards the undergraduate program, but are of
value in understanding the mission of the graduate program and the
department as a whole.
Competencies for this Course
1. Students should understand and be able to visualize the behavior of
electromagnetic fields as they propagate in materials, radiate
from sources, and scatter from obstacles.
2. Students should become familiar with in-depth quantitative
analyses and solutions for a
number of fundamental application problems.
3. Students should learn mathematical tools and approaches that
will allow them to solve a wide range of problems in electromagnetics.