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Designing the First Entry-Level Course in Power Systems Engineering: To Best Meet the Industry Needs

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1 Author(s)
Sen, P.K. ; Div. of Eng., Colorado Sch. of Mines, Golden, CO

Teaching the first entry-level undergraduate course in electric power systems engineering and/or electrical machines and energy conversion in any electrical engineering curriculum, when opportunity arises, is a very difficult task at best. In order to maintain the interest levels with the students and to promote advanced level power engineering education, career opportunities in electric power and to meet the future industry needs and expectations, the course content must be very carefully designed and delivered. This paper discusses at length such a course successfully taught for many years.

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2007. IEEE

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24-28 June 2007