A general overview of electric power and energy systems, 3-phase power generation, transmission, and consumption, solar, hydro, and wind energy, not much depth on specific topics, labs were tedious and not much was learned from them but not that difficult of a course
Dr. Divan is a great professor, with decades of experience in teaching & research in power electronics. The TA said a high percentage of the class received A's (>70%) . The class involves weekly problem sets, 2 midterms, a final, and a final circuit design project. The only "lows" were that the course had to transition to remote instruction due to COVID-19.
Good Introductory course for anyone interested in future of the power grid. Don't need to have an ECE background. Course can get tedious as there are a LOT of slide and text but keep it interesting by reading further on your own and engaging in discussions with the class/ professor. Students can also publish a paper as part of their class project.