Tim Healy received all of his degrees in Electrical Engineering.
BSEE: Seattle University, 1958
MSEE: Stanford University, 1959
Ph.D. : University of Colorado, 1966
He is now in his 30th year as a member of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Santa Clara University. He teaches communications theory, electromagnetics, radio frequency and microwaves. He holds the Thomas J. Bannan Chair, and in that capacity teaches and does developmental work in the areas of Humanities for Engineers and Engineering Ethics. He is also a Scholar and a member of the Steering Committee of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
ELEN 105: Electromagnetics II
ELEN 144: RF and Microwave Components
ELEN 241: Communication Signals
ELEN 282: Photovoltic Devices and Systems (2 Units)
ENGR 201:The Culture of Engineering
ENGR 210: Engineering Ethics