Dorjsuren, Khutug  

Electrical Engineering

3.17/4.00

12 evaluations


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Graduate Student
N/A
General Ed
May 2013
Best way to troll this guy: speak to him in Chinese or Korean and expect him to fully understand you

EE 199


5th Year Senior
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Elective
Jun 2013
This guy is impressive; he can eat a whole pizza by himself. For that reason alone he is the best. Always take this guy for anything. Make sure to bring him a slushy at the beginning of the quarter.

EE 251


Sophomore
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Apr 2013
He is a detailed-oriented person and is helpful during office hours. My only gripe is his thick Icelandic accent that is difficult to understand at times.


Junior
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Apr 2013
"Khuplug" is a fun a teacher. He has quizzes every week that are pretty easy but some review is helpful. The lab reports are short and straight forward. Although for some reason, he likes to knock "wall" type things down..


Sophomore
C
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Apr 2013
Khutug is a great professor. On the third week, I didn't have my pre-lab complete, so he stopped collecting prelabs for the rest of the course. I've never had that happen before. Afterwards, he helped me install new headlights on my car, took care of my dog while I was at pint night, taught me how to use the Force (F=ma), set the clock on my VCR, and diplomatically resolved a conflict with North Korea. If Khutug can't do it, no one can.


Sophomore
A
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Apr 2013
Khutug really knows his electronics! He can present the material very clearly and in depth. Best of all, not a single person was electrocuted in this lab. My mechanical engineering friends and I are all scared of electricity because we can not visualize it, however Khutug has a way of explaining things that definitely makes me glad this is the only electrical engineering course I need. Khutug will at some point try to convince you his real name is Ochirkhutug, but like with the rest of the material he taught us, I'm pretty sure he's lying.


5th Year Senior
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Apr 2013
Khutug is an awesome teacher! He really understands his students and treats them like his own children. I think that is because he has had a difficult upbringing becoming an orphan at the tender age of 9. He lost his parents in a terrible mining accident, and being the eldest of 7 children was left to raise them as his own. He now has 8 children of his own which is surprising at first, but he is actually much older than he looks. He is somewhere in his mid 30s but ages well due to his asian ethnicity. I would definitely recommend him!


Sophomore
N/A
Elective
Apr 2013
"Master" Dorjsuren was a great teacher, he was pretty laid back but taught us the information well. The only weird thing was... the first day of lab, he spent the whole time in a manic rage ranting about how the movie Mulan was full of communist lies and that Disney was discriminating against his people. He even had a power point describing how the Huns were actually altruistic tourists trying to rid China of a pesky seagull problem. I found it interesting, but it made the class feel more like a history lecture than an electrical engineering lab. When I asked him when we were going to start talking about circuits, he then started teaching about how the Mongolians actually invented electricity and then the Chinese stole the technology.


Sophomore
B
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Apr 2013
Khutug is an all around great teacher. He explained the material well, and he was a big help in his office hours. He did start getting a little dodgy in the middle of the quarter though. Apparently he went to Las Vegas for the weekend, and then he pretty much dropped off the face of the planet. I asked other faculty and grad students if they had heard from him since he returned from Vegas, and they informed me he had run into some trouble over some gambling debts. Khutug, if you are reading this, I am glad that you are well. When I become a successful Mechanical Engineer, I will help you pay off the casinos and the mob so you will no longer have to be on the run. I can't wait until you'll be able to teach without fear of the Corleone family.


Junior
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May 2013
:-)


Sophomore
A
Required (Support)
May 2013
DorjBRO

AGB 392


Graduate Student
B
General Ed
Nov 2016
BOYCOTT!!!