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1 SUMMARY OF COURSE DESCRIPTIONS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING A. MATHEMATICS COURSE DESCRIPTION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING SUBJECTS COLLEGE ALGEBRA - A course in algebra covering such topics as introductory set theory, real number system, relations, functions, operations, algebraic expressions, linear equations, quadratic equations, systems of equations, theory of equations, elementary matrix theory, combinatorial mathematics, etc. CREDIT UNITS : 4 Units PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY - A course in trigonometry covering such topics as generalized trigonometric functions, fundamental trigonometric identities, logarithms, solutions of right and oblique triangles, application of trigonometric functions, solutions of right and oblique spherical triangles, application of terrestial mensuration. ANALYTIC GEOMETRY - A course in plane and solid analytic geometry covering such topics as plane coordinate systems, equations and their loci, straight lines, conic sections, higher place curves, transformation of coordinates, coordinates in space, space loci, planes quadratic surfaces, etc. PRE-REQUISITE : College Algebra, Plane & Spherical Trigo PLANE AND SOLID MENSURATION - A course in plane and solid mensuration covering such topics as mensuration of the area, perimeter and centroid of plane figures, mensuration of the volume, surface area and center of gravity of solids, proofs and applications of Cavalieri s Theorem, Pappus Theorem and the Prismodial Theorem. CREDIT UNITS : 2 Units PRE-REQUISITE : College Algebra, Plane & Spherical Trigo

2 DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS - A course in differential calculus covering such topics as derivatives, application of derivatives to extreme values of functions, related time rates, higher derivatives, curve tracing, differentials and its application, curvature of plane curves, indeterminate forms, and differentiation of vector - valued functions. CREDIT UNITS : 5 Units PRE-REQUISITE : Analytic Geometry INTEGRAL CALCULUS - A course in integral calculus covering such topics as antiderivatives, integration methods, definite integrals, application of the fundamental theorem of integral calculus, vectors in three-dimensional space, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and series expansion of functions. CREDIT UNITS : 5 Units PRE-REQUISITE : Differential Calculus DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS - Ordinary differential equations of the first order, linear differential equations with constant coefficients; simultaneous linear differential equations; applications. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus METHODS OF RESEARCH WITH PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - A technical research work accompanying the basic principles of statistics, charts, graphs, presentation and analysis of data averages, median mode, deviations, probability normal curves and applications. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus

3 ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - Determinants and matrices; vector analysis; power series expansion; Fourier series and transforms; Laplace transforms; complex variables; introduction to numerical methods. PRE-REQUISITE : Differential Equations B. PHYSICAL SCIENCES GENERAL & INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1 LEC - Basic concepts of matter and energy, fundamentals of the wave, mechanical theory of atoms and molecules, periodic arrangement of elements, chemical bonding, and calculations involving chemical changes. CO-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 1 Lab GENERAL & INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1 LAB - A laboratory course to accompany Chem 113. CO-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 1 Lec GENERAL & INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LEC - Deals with the study of the preparation, properties and importance of hydrogen, oxygen and water; also deals with the principles behind the 3 states of matter, solutions, and colloidal states of matter and properties of solutions, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, thermochemistry, chemical kinetics. PRE-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 1 CO-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 2 Lab GENERAL & INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LAB - A laboratory course to accompany Chem 123.

4 PRE-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 1 CO-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 2 Lec PHYSICS I LEC - A course in general physics covering the study of standards of measurement and conversion of units; review of trigonometry; composition and resolution of vectors, conditions of equilibrium, friction, kinematics, Newton s Second Law of Motion and gravitation; uniform circular motion, work energy, power, impulse and momentum, rotation of rigid bodies, elasticity, and vibratory motion. PRE-REQUISITE : Algebra, Plane & Spherical Trigo, Gen. & Inorganic Chem 2 CO-REQUISITE : Physics 1 Lab PHYSICS I LAB - A laboratory course to accompany Phys 213. PRE-REQUISITE : Algebra, Plane & Spherical Trigo Gen. & Inorganic Chem 2 CO-REQUISITE : Physics 1 Lec PHYSICS II LEC - Electrical charges and fields, electric potential, electric current, direct current circuits, magnetism, and magnetic properties of current; magnetic forces and torques, induced electromotive force, capacitance, inductance, alternating currents, electromagnetic waves. PRE-REQUISITE : Physics 1 CO-REQUISITE : Physics 2 Lab

5 PHYSICS II LAB - A laboratory course to accompany Phys 223. PRE-REQUISITE : Physics 1 CO-REQUISITE : Physics 2 Lec C. BASIC ENGINEERING SCIENCES ENGINEERING DRAWING I - An introductory course to engineering drawing designed to teach students about the use of drafting instruments and materials, scale and units of measure, geometric constructions for defining points, lines, planes, and solids in space, orthographic projections, auxiliary views, and lettering. The three-hour laboratory time will be used to discuss the fundamentals of engineering drawing and to apply them on the given drafting exercises. ENGINEERING DRAWING II - A course that will develop the student s knowledge and abilities in the reading and preparation of engineering and mechanical drawings, technical sketching, the constructing and dimensioning of orthographic projections, isometrics, and sectional views and recognizing and using standard engineering drawing symbol. PRE-REQUISITE : Engineering Drawing 1 ENGINEERING DRAWING III - A course that will develop drawings through computer software using Autocad R14. PRE-REQUISITE : Engineering Drawing 2

6 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS AND PROGRAMMING LEC - Introduction to computer systems; fundamentals of algorithms and flowchart; high level language, programming application. CREDIT UNITS : 2 Units PRE-REQUISITE : 2nd year standing COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS AND PROGRAMMING LAB - Hands-on application on the computer to supplement CS 002; includes basic operations of DOS, Windows and Microsoft Office. High level language programming using C language. PRE-REQUISITE : 2nd year standing ENGINEERING MECHANICS - Statics and dynamics: Operations with the free body concept; equilibrium of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; analysis of frames and trusses; friction; centroids and moment of inertia; motion of particles and rigid bodies; force mass and acceleration; work and energy; impulse and momentum. CREDIT UNITS : 5 Units PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS - Axial stress and strain; stresses for torsion and bending; combined stresses; beam deflections; determinate and indeterminate beams; elastic instability. PRE-REQUISITE : Engineering Mechanics THERMODYNAMICS - Laws of thermodynamics; energy and property relationships; ideal gas laws; thermodynamic processes and cycles; heat transfer basics.

7 PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 MATERIAL SCIENCE - Physics of materials, properties of engineering materials (polymers, ceramics, glasses, semiconductors) including mechanical acoustical, electrical, magnetic, chemical, optical and thermal properties. PRE-REQUISITE : Gen. & Inorganic Chem 2 ENGINEERING ECONOMY - Principles of accounting; time value of money; capital investments decision criteria; applications. PRE-REQUISITE : Probability & Statistics ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT - Industrial organization and management concepts, theories, principles, functions, practices; human behavior, introductions to decision making tools; PERT-CPM; case studies. PRE-REQUISITE : Engineering Economy ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE - Effects of engineering works on the environment; ecology, environmental laws and policies; waste treatment; water and energy management; environmental engineering practices; international policies on electromagnetic interference. PRE-REQUISITE : Chemistry

8 D. PROFESSIONAL COURSES AND ALLIED COURSES ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 1 LEC - Fundamental relationships in circuit theory; mesh and node equations; resistive networks; network theorems; solution of network problems using Laplace transform; transient analysis; methods of circuit analysis. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 CO-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 1 Lab ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 1 LAB - An accompanying laboratory subject of EE 311. Involves experiments in the building of basic electrical circuits verifying the theories and principles of circuit analysis. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 CO-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 1 Lec ELECTROMAGNETICS - Vector analysis; steady electric and magnetic fields; dielectric and magnetic materials; coupled circuits; magnetic circuits; time-varying fields; Maxwell s equations; field and circuit relationships. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 ELECTRONICS 1 LEC - Elementary semi-conductor theory; diode and transistor models; diode circuit analysis and applications; transistor biasing; small signal analysis; large signal analysis; differential amplifiers; transistor amplifiers; Boolean logic; transistor switch combinational logic circuits.

9 PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 CO-REQUISITE : Electronics 1 Lab ELECTRONICS 1 LAB - An accompanying laboratory subject of ECE 313. Involves experiments on solid state diode familiarization and applications, transistor familiarizations and application, JFET and BJT characteristics curves, and preamplifiers. PRE-REQUISITE : Integral Calculus, Physics 2 CO-REQUISITE : Electronics 1 Lab ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 2 LEC - Complex algebra and phasors; simple AC circuits, AC network theorems; power in AC circuits; resonance; three-phase circuits; transformers; two-port network parameters and transfer functions. PRE-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 1 CO-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 2 Lab ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 2 LAB - An accompanying laboratory subject of EE 321. Involves experiments applied in alternating current, three-phase systems, two-port networks, power measurement, and transformers. PRE-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 1 CO-REQUISITE : Electrical Circuits 2 Lec

10 ELECTRONICS 2 LEC - High frequency transistor models; analysis of transistor circuits; Feedback and operational amplifiers; combinational and sequential devices for logic circuits; integrated circuit families. PRE-REQUISITE : Electronics 1 CO-REQUISITE : Electronics 2 Lab ELECTRONICS 2 LAB - An accompanying laboratory subject of ECE 323. It involves experiments on frequency response of a transistor amplifier, cascaded transistor amplifier, differential amplifier, operational amplifier, transistor as a switch, digital as a circuit familiarizations, and filters. PRE-REQUISITE : Electronics 1 CO-REQUISITE : Electronics 2 Lec LOGIC CIRCUITS AND SWITCHING THEORY - Boolean algebra; combinational circuits; minimization techniques; asynchronous and synchronous sequential circuits; MSI and LSI circuits and their applications. Lecture CO-REQUISITE : Electronics 2, Logic Circuits and Switching Theory Lab ADVANCED LOGIC CIRCUITS DESIGN - Algorithms state machines; design of digital subsystems; design of sequential circuit and multi-input system controller; introduction o programmable system controllers. Lecture PRE-REQUISITE : Logic Circuits and Switching Theory CO-REQUISITE : Advanced Logic Circuit Lab

11 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE - Von Neumann machines; instructions set; interpretation; control structures; interrupts ; addressing techniques; I/O and memory systems; mainline computers; multiple address machines; character machines; protection and performance introduction to multiprocessors and network; microprogramming; non- Von Neumann machines. PRE-REQUISITE : Computer Systems Organizations MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS - Survey of microprocessor organizations; microcomputer architecture; microprocessor programming; interfacing techniques; bus standards; microcomputer development systems and other tools for design; student project. Lecture PRE-REQUISITE : Computer Systems Architecture CO-REQUISITE : Microprocessor Systems Lab DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS ANALYSIS - Linear data structures such as arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists; non-linear data structures such as generalized list, trees and graphs; operations on these structures using algorithms such as deletions, insertions and traversals. Lecture PRE-REQUISITE : Computer Fundamental and Programming CO-REQUISITE : Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis Lab COMPUTER SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONS WITH ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE - Internal number representation and arithmetic; computer structure and machine language; assembly language concept. Lecture PRE-REQUISITE : Computer Fundamentals and Programming

12 CO-REQUISITE : Logic Circuits and Switching Theory, Computer Systems Organizations w/ Assembly Language Lab STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES - Programming language concepts; data types and structures; control structures and data flow; run-time considerations; interpretative languages; introduction to lexical analysis and parsing. PRE-REQUISITE : Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis OPERATING SYSTEMS - Review of instructions sets, I/O interrupt structure, addressing schemes, microprogramming; dynamic procedure activation; system structure; evaluation; memory management; process management; recovery procedures. Lecture PRE-REQUISITE : Structure of Programming Languages CO-REQUISITE : Operating Systems Lab COMPUTER NETWORKS - Transmission media and methods, switching types; network topology; line control procedures; routing and flow control; line capacity assignment; computer network design. PRE-REQUISITE : Data Communications DESIGN PROJECT - A course in which individuals or small teams use the principles of computer engineering in the design, building and testing of special circuits or simple systems. PRE-REQUISITE : 5th year standing

13 SEMINARS AND FIELD TRIPS - Seminars and lectures on current topics on computer science and engineering development; field trips to different companies and plants dealing with computers and related fields PRE-REQUISITE : 5th year standing SAFETY ENGINEERING - Principles and practices of safety and accident prevention in the computer engineering workplace and products. CREDIT UNITS : 2 Units PRE-REQUISITE : 3rd year standing MATERIALS SCIENCE - Properties of engineering materials including mechanical, acoustical, electrical, magnetic, chemical, optical and thermal properties with emphasis on fabrication of semiconductor devices. PRE-REQUISITE : Chemistry PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATIONS - Communication circuits; signals and spectra; noise and distortion; methods of modulation; reception and detection; introduction to information theory. PRE-REQUISITE : Electronics 2 DATA COMMUNICATIONS - Theory and components of data communication systems, modes, and error detection and correction techniques for data transmission, network protocols, common carrier services.

14 PRE-REQUISITE : Principles of Communications CONTROL SYSTEM - Transfer functions; block diagrams; signal flow graphs; root locus; Bode, Nyguist and Polar plots; sensitivity and stability criteria; linear feedback systems; compensation techniques. PRE-REQUISITE : Circuits 2 I / O AND MEMORY SYSTEMS - Intersystems communications; interrupts and input / output; peripherals; memory approaches for large systems and related circuitry. PRE-REQUISITE : Logic Circuit and Switching Theory E. ELECTIVES SOFTWARE ENGINEERING - Software development process, requirements analysis and definitions; tools and techniques; implementation tools and techniques; coding and programming techniques, reusable software management issues. PRE-REQUISITE : 5th year standing DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS - Signal conversion and processing; digital signals and coding; data conversion and quantization; D/A; A/D zero order hold; Z-transform; signal flow graphs applied to digital systems; state variable technique; stability; digital simulation controllability and observability.

15 PRE-REQUISITE : Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Control Systems THEORY OF COMPUTING - Final state concepts, acceptors (including non-determinism); regular expressions, closure properties, sequential machine and finite state transducers; state minimization; formal grammars, Chomsky hierarchy grammars, pushdown acceptors and linear bounded automata; closure properties algorithms on grammars; computability and tuning machine as acceptor and transducer; universal machine; computable and noncomputable functions; halting problem. CREDIT UNITS : 2 Units PRE-REQUISITE : Structure of Programming Languages ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - Notational structures such as trees, networks, statistical representatives and frames; tree and graph searches; parallel versus serial processing; application programs with emphasis on mathematical techniques and programming methods used. PRE-REQUISITE : Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis

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