Curriculum mechanical
Course Number: U101
Course Name: Human Rights& Democracy
Credit hours: (1100)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
Introduces students to the philosophic and political background of the concept of human rights. Discusses important documents as part of the history of the development of human rights theories. Examines important issues in current political and ethical debates about human rights. Reviews core legal documents and the work of the most important governmental and nongovernmental institutions currently involved in human rights protection and promotion. Examines at least one current problem area in human rights protection

Course Number: U102
Course Name: Computer Science
Credit hours: (2102)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
Introduction: MSDOS Operating System, Windows Operating System, creating new folder, selecting folders, finding folders or files copying and moving files and folders. How to start any program shut Down formatting floppy disk, scandisk, arranging icon, run, help, etc; Win Word, Excel and Power point: All facilities, Description of its features and use, the function of toolbars and menu items (File, Edit, View, Format, Tools. Computer Aided Programs/CAD).

Course Number: U103
Course Name: English
Credit hours: (2200)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents: (New English course recommended by the Ministry council )
This course is designed to enable the students to achieve academic oral and written communication to the standard required at university level. The course integrates all the language skills with emphasis on writing, and it stimulates students’ imagination, and promotes personal expression. Students, in this course, are trained to apply critical thinking skills to a wide range of challenging subjects from diverse academic disciplines. Course activities include writing various types of academic essays, acquiring advanced academic vocabulary, and getting involved in group discussions and debates. In addition, the course also includes other skills to consolidate the main skills, such as further readings and use of the Blackboard Suite

Course Number: E101
Course Name: MATHMATICS I
Credit Hours: (3310)
Prerequisite: None.
Course Content:
The Tangent and Velocity Problems, The Limit of a Function, Calculating Limits Using the Limit Laws, Continuity, Limits at Infinity, Horizontal Asymptote, Infinite Limits, Vertical Asymptotes, Derivatives and Rates of Change, The Derivative as a Function, Differentiation of Polynomials, The Product and Quotient Rules, Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions. The Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Related Rates, Maximum and Minimum Values, The Mean Value Theorem, How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph. Summary of Curve Sketching, Optimization Problems. Antiderivatives, Areas and Derivatives. The Definite Integral. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, The Indefinite Integral and Net Change Theorem. The Substitution Rule. Areas between Curves, Volumes. Volumes by Cylindrical Shells. Average Value of a Function, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Derivative and Integrals Involving Logarithmic Functions. Inverse Functions. Derivative and Integrals Involving Exp Functions, Derivative and Integrals Involving Inverse Trig Functions. Hyperbolic Functions and Hanging Cables. Indeterminate Forms and L’Hospital’s Rule.

Course Number: E102
Course Name: MATHMATICS II
Credit Hours: (3310)
Prerequisite: MATHMATICS I
Course Content:
Review of inverse functions. Inverse trigonometric functions, The derivative of inverse trigonometric functions. Hyperbolic functions, Inverse hyperbolic functions and their derivatives. Integrals involving inverse trigonometric and inverse hyperbolic functions, Integration by Parts. Trigonometric Integrals, Trigonometric Substitution, Integrating Rational Functions by Partial Fractions, Types of Improper Integrals and Methods of Evaluation, Sequences and their limits, monotone sequences, Infinite series, The comparison, Ratio and Root tests, Alternating series, Conditional convergence. Maclaurin and Taylor series, and their approximation, Power series, Differentiating and Integrating Power series, Polar coordinates, Curves defined by parametric equations, Tangent lines and length for parametric and polar curves, Area in polar coordinates

Course Number: E103
Course Name: Physics
Credit Hours: (2200)
Prerequisite: None
Course Content:
Newtonian mechanics, and thermal Physics, with topics include: Physics and measurement, Vectors, kinematics and dynamics of motion of a single particle in one and two dimensions, work and energy, system of particles, linear momentum and collisions, kinematics and dynamics of rotational motion, equilibrium of rigid bodies, and elasticity, fluid static and fluid dynamics, oscillatory motion, wave motion, and temperature and thermal equilibrium., Waves, Temperature, Heat.

Course Number: E104
Course Name: Engineering Drawing I
Credit hours: (1003)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents: Introduction to engineering drawing and its uses as engineering language in industry dimensioning symbols and terms used in drawing, metric system, Types of Engineering Tools and Their Uses, Engineering Operations, names and dimensions of lines used in drawings. Projections, The Conclusion Projected third Projection Stereo. Isometric Projection. Drawing various types of geometrical patterns (Traeery), Various methods of drawing ellipses, various types of tangents., Drawing according to scale, drawing various views of an actual object, rejections of all views necessary for a given object, projection of views using first and third angle projection methods. Freehand sketching proper and reasonable proportion.

Course Number: E105
Course Name: Engineering Drawing II
Credit hours: (1003)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
The use of CAD in engineering drawing. Description of menu Bar and toolbars. Drawing Ellipse, Rectangle, line, Ray, Circle, point, Arc,  etc.
CAD Mechanical/ Special features
The use of various layers. Drawing electrical symbols on simple architectural plans

Course Number: E106
Course Name: Workshop Skills I
Credit Hours: (1003)
Prerequisite: None
Course Content:
The workshop training program is designed to satisfy the following objectives
Teaching safety rules and regulations onsite in an industrial environment Proper use of working tools, instruments, and machines, Introducing basic workshop practices, production, labor, and timerequirements of workshop operations. The students are introduced to training programs in nine workshops: electrical wiring, welding, forging, fitting , turning and milling, carpentry, plumbing automechanics, and casting. The student is to spend 6 hours of training in every workshop

Course Number: E107
Course Name: Workshop Skills II
Credit Hours: (1003)
Prerequisite: None
Course Content: The workshop training program is designed to satisfy the following
Objectives: Teaching safety rules and regulations onsite in an industrial environment Proper use of working tools, instruments, and machines, Introducing basic workshop practices, production, labor, and timerequirements of workshop operations. The students are introduced to training programs in nine workshops: electrical wiring, welding, forging, fitting , turning and milling, carpentry, plumbing automechanics, and casting. The student is to spend 6 hours of training in every workshop

Course Number: E108
Course Name: Programming
Credit hours: (2102)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
This coarse aims to teach students fundamentals of programming languages and to train them to write programs in on of the following programming languages; Fortran, C++, or Matlab. Topics covered are ; (i) Constants & variables. (ii) Input & output statement. (iii) Control statements.(if, switch ) (iv) Loops.(for ,while, do….while) (v)string processing (vi) Subscripted variables (one and two dimension array ) (vii) subprograms ( functions).(viii) files input output

Second Year

Course Number: E201
Course Name: Applied Mathematics I
Credit Hours: (3310)
Prerequisite: Mathematics II
Course Content:
Rectangular Coordinate systems in 3space, Vectors, Dot product, projections, Cross product, Parametric equations of a line, Planes in 3space, Introduction to vectorvalued functions. Calculus of vectorvalued functions, Change of parameters, Arc Length, Unit Tangent, Normal and Binormal vectors, Curvature, Quadric Surfaces. Functions of two or more variables, Limits and continuity. Partial derivatives, Differentiability, Local Linearity. The Chain rule, Directional derivatives and gradients. Tangent planes and normal vectors, Maxima and minima of functions of two variables. Lagrange multipliers, Double integrals. Double integrals over non rectangular regions, Double integrals in polar coordinates, Triple integrals, Cylindrical and spherical coordinates, Triple integrals in cylindrical and Spherical coordinates

Course Number: E202
Course Name: Applied Mathematics II
Credit Hours: (3310)
Prerequisite: Applied Mathematics I
Course Content:
FirstOrder Differential Equations: Initialvalue problem. separable variables. Homogeneous equations. Exact equations. Linear equations. Integrating factor. Bernoulli equation. Applications. SecondOrder Differential Equations: Initialvalue and Boundaryvalue problems. Linear differential operators. Reduction of order. Homogeneous equations with constant coefficients. Nonhomogeneous equations. Method of undetermined coefficients. method of variation of parameters. Some nonlinear equations. Applications. Higher order Differential Equations. Laplace Transforms: Definitions. Properties. Inverse Laplace transforms. Solving initial value problems. Special functions: Heavy side unit step function. Convolution theorem. System of Linear Differential Equations: Definitions. Elimination method. Application of Linear Algebra. Homogeneous linear systems. Nonhomogeneous linear systems. Solving systems by Laplace transforms. Series Solutions: CauchyEuler equation method. Solutions about ordinary points. Solutions about singular points. Method of Frobenius. Second Solutions and Logarithm terms. Partial Differential Equations: Some mathematical models. Fourier series solutions. Method of separation of variables. The D’Alembert solution of the wave equation

Third Year: None

Fourth Year

Course Number: E401
Course Name: Engineering Profession Ethics
Credit Hours: (2200)
Prerequisite: None
Course Content: Introduction: Why Professional Ethics?, What Is A Profession?, Professions as Social Practices, Models Of Professionalism, The Business Model, The Professional Model, Types Of Ethics Or Morality, Responsibility in Engineering, Engineering Standards, Framing the Problems, Resolving Problems, The Social and Value Dimensions of Technology, Trust and Reliability, Risk and Liability in Engineering, Engineers in Organizations, Engineers and the Environment, Cases should be presented for use in conjunction with materials (over the world & local)
Text Book: Engineering Ethics, Concepts And Cases, Charles E. Harris, Michael S. Pritchard, and Michael J. Rabins, 2009, 2005 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, USA
ISBN10: 0495502790

Course Number: E402
Course Name: Eng. Graduation Project I
Credit hours: (1002)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
Analytical, design, experimental, or field work carried out in accordance with a preapproved project plan under the supervision of faculty member(s).

Course Number: E403
Course Name: Eng. Graduation Project II
Credit hours: (1002)
Prerequisite: None
Course Contents:
Continuation of previous workAnalytical, design, experimental, or field work carried out in accordance with a preapproved project plan under the supervision of faculty member(s).

Course Number: E404
Course Name: Engineering Economy
Credit Hours: (2200)
Prerequisite: None
Course Content:
Introduction: Investment Explained, Interest and Financial Mathematics. Simple interest. Compound interest. Graphical Conventions Single Payment, Uniform Series. Arithmetic Gradient Nominal and Effective Interest Rates Interest and Principal Separation, Present Worth Analysis. Present Worth Analysis. Investment in Bonds, Use computer software (MS Excel) to perform basic economical analyses Annual Worth Analysis, Rate of Return Analysis3, Analysis of Public Projects. The BenefitCostAnalysis Depreciation Methods, Depreciation Analysis using Computer software (MS Excel) Income Taxes. After tax analyses, Effects of Inflation, Loans Breakeven Analysis,

