EETE3190 - Electromagnetic Field Theory
EETE 3190 Electromagnetic Field
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EEPW 2150
Goal To provide students with an understanding of Electromagnetic field theory concepts and applications.
This course should enable the students to:

  1. Apply Vector Calculus in the analysis of Electromagnetic fields.
  2. Understand the use of important theorems and laws for analyzing electrostatic and magnetic fields.
  3. Describe Maxwell's equations and their applications.
  4. Apply Electromagnetic field theory for some practical applications.
A student who satisfactorily completes the course should be able to:

  1. Apply Vector algebra, different coordinate systems.
  2. Know Coulomb's law and analyze electric field intensity and flux density.
  3. Understand the application of Gauss's law, Divergence theorem.
  4. Derive the potential difference and potential of a point charge and continuous charges.
  5. Apply the laws and methods for analyzing conductors, dielectrics and capacitance.
  6. Discuss about Poisson's and Laplace's equations.
  7. Understand the relationship between electrostatic and steady magnetic fields
  8. Explain the basics of time varying fields and Maxwell's equations.
  9. Describe wave propagation in different media.
  10. Understand the practical applications of EM waves.