Summary: Fundamental of Electrical Engineering

Pre-course surveys:

In the Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (EE) course, a pre-survey of 16 students showed that most had little to moderate expertise, while others had advanced knowledge or none. The group rarely had formal EE training. Students expect to learn EE basics, obtain practical skills, and stay current. EE was seen as a path to better professional chances, technical specialization, and leadership potential, with reasonable comfort with technology and software. Circuit design and renewable energy were among the interests, but technical complexity and theory applicability were concerns.

Post-course surveys:

All 15 students in the post-survey reported improved EE basic knowledge after the session. The training provided a solid foundation in EE, beyond expectations. Students enjoyed learning circuit analysis and sustainable energy technology. They indicated a significant increase in preparation for EE employment and confidence in applying course knowledge. Although some issues remained, the number of pupils with major challenges dropped. Course quality, instructional technique, materials, and instructor support were praised. Positive recommendations showed that the course was effective in giving beginners a solid understanding of EE, and feedback indicated that the course was comprehensive and well-structured, with less emphasis on improvements, indicating general satisfaction with its scope and delivery. From pre-course expectations to post-course outcomes, students’ EE basic knowledge has grown and improved.