This course is described as an "Introduction to Electronics", and looking at the syllabus it contains words that I understand such as Diodes, MOSFETs, etc.. So I figured I'd give it a punt (it doesn't cost anything to audit the course, but you can pay for the opportunity to earn a certificate).
So I was happy for a time, getting stuck in the week 0 stuff, until I found this:
It is assumed that those taking these course will have a working knowledge of linear circuits such as:
- resistive circuit methods (node analysis, mesh analysis, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws)
- RC, RL, RLC circuits and their behavior
- AC circuit analysis (impedances, frequency response, Bode plots)
I figured I'd carry on anyway, watching the first two lectures - which acted as refreshers for what you should already know - and I didn't understand a word she said.
It's clear this isn't the course for me, so I'm going to unenrol and investigate the other options.