This text allows students to learn the fundamental concepts in linear circuit analysis using a well-developed methodology that has been carefully refined through classroom use. Applying his many years of teaching experience, A. Bruce Carlson focuses the reader's attention on basic circuit concepts and modern analysis methods. He systematically unfolds each idea, covering studies of node and mesh equations, phasors, the s-domain, Fourier series, Laplace transforms and state variables in a practical "just-in-time" manner. In applying his methodology for study and understanding, each chapter begins with a list of action-oriented learning objectives and follows through to a summary of the major relevant points and relationships. He also provides students with an abundance of practical, worked examples and exercises to help them master the topics.