The course teaches the principles of designing power electronic circuits. Power electronics design has applications in several fields from motor drives to consumer electronics to electric power transmission over HVDC lines. Therefore, the course reviews the fundamentals before covering power electronic circuit topologies. This entails a review of switching devices, e.g., diodes, thyristors, BJTs, and the fundamentals of electric and magnetic circuit design. Building on the fundamentals, the course covers AC to DC, DC to DC, DC to AC, and AC to AC electric power conversion. The lab component is simultaneously administered to offer a practical perspective including the selection of components vis-à-vis the application. In addition, the lab goes over the design and testing aspects of power electronic circuit design.