Linear Circuit Analysis provides concise and practical treatment of the basics of circuits suitable for undergraduates. Whilst mathematical rigour is not sacrificed, the book is written in an easily-readable style and also covers many topics from a practical, non-mathematical perspective. For those lecturers that wish to explore other teaching methods, the later chapters offer an introduction to the topological method of analysis. The text is ideal for a first course in circuits as the text starts by recapping basics such as Ohm's law before covering the nodal/mesh approach to circuit analysis. As such it equips students with effective analytical skills which will form a solid basis for the rest of their electronic engineering course.