Which course is more appropriate as an Introductory Electrcity Circuit Course? #1 ENGI12578 - Electricity 1 Examine the important concepts of DC electricity as an essential background for further electrical and electronic studies. Integrating laboratory work and problem solving, learn about circuits and meters, basic electrical quantities&*#44; Ohm's Law, power and resistors. Explore parallel circuits, series-parallel and simple voltage-divider circuits, and resistance of wire conductors. OR #2 DC Circuits Course Number: ELIC 101 An introductory section on basic concepts of electricity and current flow leads to the analysis of series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. Classical circuit theorems are introduced to calculate the current or voltage in resistive networks. Power and efficiency are studied. Capacitors are studied in a simple DC environment and sinusoidal waves are introduced. Complementary laboratory work includes the use of multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, signal generators and the Wheatstone bridge.