COURSE DESCRIPTION


Communications and Computer Engineering

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University Requirement

Faculty Requirement

Major Requirement

Free Ellective

Complementary Requirement

Total Credit Hours

Complementary Requirement is not calcualted in total credit hours



University Requirement - 24 Credit Hours:



Compulsory Courses - 15 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0161201 English Communication Skills 3 Grammar: question tags, modals, future forms, articles, adjectives, adverbs, if structures; vocabulary: relationships, work, activities, media, war, sport; writing skills: essay, notes, messages, application letters; basic and advanced reading skills; basic and advanced listening skills; verbal skills: oral presentations, arguments.
A0161101 Arabic Communication Skills 3 Language levels: phonological level, grammatical level, rhetorical level, orthographic level, comprehension and speaking; grammar exercises, nominal sentences, verbal sentences, kana and its sisters, Inna and its sisters, dual, masculine plural, feminine plural, indeclinable nouns, vocative, appositives; exercises in morphology, present participle, and past participle; spelling and punctuation, dictionaries, listening and speaking.
A0161301 National Education 3 Concepts and terms; Geography of Jordan; contemporary political history of Jordan; Jordanian Society; Jordanian constitutional and democratic life; Jordanian national institutions; challenges facing Jordan; threats to civic life: fanaticism, extremism, terrorism, violence; corruption: definitions, types, causes, impact, and prevention.
A0161112 Leadership and Societal Responsibility 1 This course deals with prominent titles related to leadership, such as: the meaning of leadership, the vocabulary that falls under the term, leadership styles, leadership and social responsibility, change management and strategies, building an effective team, the leader and managing diversity, how to discover future leaders and support them, and women leaders.
A0161401 Military Sciences 3 The establishment and development of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; the history of the Arab Legion; peacekeeping troops; preparing the nation for defense and liberation.
A0161113 Life Skills 1 This course deals with the vital interest of the individual on the individual and collective level. It is like a passport to the success of individuals and helps them understand their personal competencies. It discusses the meaning of skills, their levels, characteristics and importance, communication skill and communication, and trains them on self-skills such as the skill of time management, organizing and defining it, and providing examples of its fields of application and activities. carried out by the students themselves. It also deals with thinking skills, its importance, education, and forms such as problem-solving and decision-making as forms of complex thinking or its strategies. The course also deals with training students on methods of dialogue and exchange of views as an entry point to resolving differences and mitigating frictions when we witness the openness of societies, correct study skills, family success and conservatism.
A0161111 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 1 Economic science definition: its objectives and the economic problem; The relation between the economic science and other sciences; Economic analysis methods; Production possibilities curve; National income accounts; Consumption; Investment; Saving; Unemployment; Inflation; Money and Banking; Financial and monetary policy and its role in dealing with the imbalanced economy through these policies; Economic development in terms of importance and objectives and economic planning to achieve such objectives; Demand and supply theory and consumer equilibrium; Cost and production theory; Producer equilibrium in different markets.

Elective Courses - 6 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0161501 Islamic Culture 3 Definition of the culture, characteristics of the Islamic culture, Islamic culture and other cultures; the sources of Islamic culture: The Holy Quran, Sunna, the Arabic language, history of Islam; fields of Islamic culture: faith, worship, morals; challenges facing the Islamic culture: orientalism, globalization, secularism; young people and the impacts of foreign cultures, women and Islam, Islam and terrorism.
A0161701 History of Jordan and Palestine 3 The geography of Jordan and Palestine, Jordan and Palestine in ancient times, general historical look, Jordan, and Palestine in the Mamluk era, Jordan, and Palestine during the First World War (1914- 1918), Emirate of East Jordan (Transjordan), constitutional and legislative life in Jordan, Palestine under the British Mandate, and Jordanian-Palestinian relations, Jerusalem, historical status.
A0161703 Archaeology and Tourism in Jordan 3 Tourism definition; Classification of Tourism; The difference between tourist and other traveler?s concepts, Travel types, The definition of Archaeology and archaeological sites: Archaeological surveys and excavations; Documentation; Jordan through the ages; Components of tourism in Jordan; Elements of tourist attractions in Jordan: Archeological sites, Natural sites, Natural reserves, Forests; Tourist movement and types in Jordan; Economical impact of tourism in Jordan.
A0161601 Contemporary Issues 3 Identify the most important contemporary local, national and regional issues, the most prominent contemporary challenges and their questions from development, youth, extremism, globalization, culture and identity; Jerusalem and its central position, the Arab-Israeli conflict
A0161802 Development and Environment 3 The course provides awareness and insight into the environmental issue, its vocabulary, the human relationship with the ecosystem, and environmental hazards to avoid. It also works to develop students' understanding and awareness of basic ecological concepts, and to reinforce their attitudes and values, in order to practice solving environmental problems. And linking it to comprehensive development and its relationship to water, food and energy security.
A0411601 Legal Education and Human Rights 3 This course identifying the basic concepts of human rights in an analytical way, and then realistic clarify of the international & regional means dealing with human rights such as treaties, recommendations and international means that are in the process of formation, such imperative rules & customs, this course also address realistically the content of human rights and the rights of the first generation such as right of living. The second-generation rights such as the right to work and third-generation rights such as the right of environment. International ways to protect human rights in general. In addition, the extent to which the Jordanian constitution is compatible with international human rights standards.
A0161901 Media and Public Relations 3 The nexus between media and society in terms of the social, political, economic and cultural power of the media, the role of the media in giving people the opportunity to express their opinions and promote international relations. Communication and public relations, communication and its types, levels, forms, properties, fields, activities, physical and nonphysical (symbolic) environment, and obstacles to the communicative process. Public relations: its beginnings, development, principles, bases, importance, functions, planning, activities.

Elective Courses - 3 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0871103 Principles of Renewable Energy 3 Introduction to renewable Energy include Photovoltaic, Wind power, Micro hydropower, Biomass energy, Waste power, Solar thermal power, Geothermal power, Ocean energy (tidal, tide-flow and wave), Ocean energy (OTEC), , Comparison of characteristics and cost of renewables. How we can use the sun, wind, biomass, geothermal resources, and water to generate more sustainable energy. It explains the fundamentals of energy, including the transfer of energy, as well as the limitations of natural resources. Starting with solar power, the text illustrates how energy from the sun is transferred and stored; used for heating, cooling, and lighting; collected and concentrated; and converted into electricity
A1321100 Sport and Health 3 Defining health and fitness: physical education, health education; the cognitive, emotional, skill-oriented, and social goals of physical education; the history of physical education: ancient, medieval, and modern ages, the Olympics, Athletics in Jordan: nutrition and exercising; athletic injuries: bone, joint , muscle, skin injuries; special exercises for figure deformation; diseases related to lack of exercise: diabetes, obesity, being underweight, back pain, cancer; hooliganism: causes and recommended solutions for hooliganism.
A0591111 Digital Literacy 3 Digital Literacy is a concept that describes how technology and the Internet are shaping the way people interact and how they affect us as individuals and as a society. This course educate students on the uses of digital technologies, the dangers of digital technology and the need to build a culture of ethical use of the Internet and introduce the concept of responsible freedom.
A0612303 Society Health 3 The course aims to provide students with the basic principles that enhance the concept of health and health prevention in its various physical, psychological and social aspects. The student will also be provided with information that helps individuals realize their health needs in the context of the culture and values ??systems they live in and how to meet these needs, which is known as improving health and quality of life.
A0161602 Critical Thinking Skills 3 The concept of critical thinking, its components; characteristics of critical thinking individuals; Critical thinking skills: the skill of interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference, expectation, prediction; Stages of critical thinking: Motivation, searching for information, linking information, evaluation, expression, and integration


Faculty Requirement - 37 Credit Hours:



Compulsory Courses - 37 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0111203 General Physics Lab. 1 A laboratory courses for Engineers covering the fundamental principles of physics to reinforce physics concepts through experimental approaches and applying basic measurement techniques in order to help students to understand phenomena related to his study and encounter in his daily life using. Experimental error and data analysis, Measurements, Force Table, Newton?s Second Law, Friction, Motion in One and Two Dimensions, Work and Energy, Simple Harmonic Motion (Simple Pendulum), Simple Harmonic Motion (Spring Mass system) Ohm?s Law, and Kirchhoff?s Law.
A0833101 Numerical Analysis 3 General numerical methods: equation solving via iteration, interpolation; numerical integration, and numerical differentiation; numerical methods in linear algebra, Gauss elimination, least squares method, numerical methods for differential equations.
A0111201 General Physics (1) 3 Introduction to Physics; Measurement and standards; Physical quantities; Vectors Addition and multiplication of vectors; Motion in straight line: displacement velocity, acceleration , finding the motion of an object, free fall, and vertical jumping; Motion in two dimensions Projectile in Biomechanics; Newton?s laws: Static C.G., Levers in the body, muscles and, and jaws of animals; Collisions
A0111301 General Chemistry 3 "Chemistry and the atomic/ molecular view of matter; scientific measurements elements compounds, and the periodic table; the mole and stoichiometry; molecular view of reactions in aqueous solutions: doublereplacement reaction, redox reaction the quantum mechanical atom: electron configuration, properties of elements; basics of chemical bonding: ionic bonds, covalent bonds, intermolecular forces; chemical kinetics: rates laws; acids and bases: strong acids, weak acids, buffers. "
A0112101 Linear Algebra 3 Systems of linear equations: Homogeneous and non-homogeneous systems ; Matrices: operations on matrices ; Determinants: Operations on Determinates ; Vector spaces ; Method for solving systems of linear equations: Case study ; Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors ; Error norms of vector and matrix ; Applications using software packages.
A0111101 Mathematics (1) 3 Introduction to Calculus; The rate of change of a function; Limits; Derivatives of algebraic functions and their applications; Integration; Application of the definite integral.
A0832101 Differential Equations 3 Different methods of solving ordinary differential equations of first, second and higher-order DEs. Using Laplace transform and Power series method for solving Des. Modeling of some engineering, physical, and social problems will be given.
A0851202 Engineering Workshop 1 Workplace safety and use of tools; basic skills of measurements; basic skills of hand filing, welding, carpentry, sheet metal fabrication, and household electric circuits.
A0851201 Computer Skills (Engineering) 3 The Basic Concepts of Programming using C++ language: C++ Programming; Controls Structures; Functions; Arrays; Pointers; An introduction to Classes and Objects.
A0831201 Engineering Drawing 2 Use of instruments; lettering; Drawing of basic views and projection method; orthographic; isometric drawing and sketching; sectional views; computer aided design applications using AutoCAD (2D & 3D) in all engineering aspects.
A0111202 General Physics (2) 3 The course includes: electric charge and electric field, Gauss?s law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance, and electromotive force, magnetic field, and magnetic forces, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, inductance, alternating current, electromagnetic waves.
A0111102 Mathematics (2) 3 The course includes: Applications of the Definite Integral; Techniques of Integration; Hyperbolic Functions; Inverse Trigonometric Functions; Improper Integrals; Polar coordinates and its applications; Taylor?s Formula; Sequences and Infinite Series and Applications with Emphasis on engineering models
A0852201 Communication Skills and Ethics 3 "Basics of Communication Skills: Communication Process, Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication, Barriers to Communication; Listening Skills, Types of Listening, Speaking Skills: Strategies for Developing Speaking Skills, types of Speaking, Effective Presentation Strategies; Reading Skills: Reading Techniques, Reading Comprehension; Writing Skills: Attributes of Technical Writing, Benefits of Technical Writing, Types of Writing, Research Papers, Technical Reports, Job Application.
A0832102 Engineering Statistics 3 Applications of statistics in engineering; Introduction to descriptive statistics, presentation and treatment of data; introduction to probability theory and probability distribution (discrete and continuous); counting techniques; sampling theory; statistical estimation; statistical hypothesis testing; correlation; finding regression equations and regression analysis.


Major Requirement - 86 Credit Hours:



Compulsory Courses - 77 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0852304 Electronics Lab 1 Diode characteristics: clipping and clamping circuits, half-wave and full-wave rectification,Zener diode, and voltage regulation; BJT characteristics and biasing circuits; FET characteristics and biasing circuits; transistor amplifiers;frequency response of single-stage and multi-stage transistor amplifiers,transfer characteristics of cascade amplifier;differential amplifier;operational amplifiers and applications; oscillators; passive and active filters.
A0854503 Operating systems 3 General Introduction to the Techniques used to Implement Operating Systems and Related Kinds of Systems Software; Process Management: Creation, Synchronization and Communication; Processor Scheduling; Deadlock: Prevention, Avoidance, and Recovery; Main Memory Management; Virtual Memory Management: Swapping, Paging, Segmentation and Page-Replacement Algorithms; Control of Disks and other Input/output Devices; File System Structure and Implementation; Protection and Security; Distributed Systems.
A0853306 Analog Communications 3 Review of Fourier transforms; spectra, filters, and Hilbert transform; analog modulation techniques:AM, FM, and PM; band-pass noise representation: noise performance of analog modulation; FDM; super-heterodyne receiver.
A0854501 Computer Architecture and Organization 3 Computer architecture and design include topics such as RISC instruction set architectures. Data path design. Control unit design. Pipelining. Memory systems. Hierarchical Memory Design. Virtual memory. Instruction level parallelism (ILP), dynamic scheduling, and branch prediction. Limits on ILP and software approaches to exploit more ILP. Introduction to Parallel Processing. Flynn?s classification. Symmetric Multiprocessors. Cache coherence.
A0854401 Fiber Optics Communications 3 Introduction; advantages andapplications of optical communication; dielectric optical waveguides; properties of multi-modeand single-mode optical fibers: wave propagation, attenuation, and dispersion; optical sources: lasers, semiconductor laser diodes, light emitting diodes, drive circuits; optical detectors: photodiodes, PIN photodiode, Avalanche photodiode and receiver circuits, sources of noise; free space optical communication systems;optical communication systems architecture and design; numerical simulations; term project.
A0854402 Wireless Communications 3 Fundamentals of wireless communication: the design, performance analysis, and fundamental performance limits of wireless communication systems. Overview of current and future wireless systems, wireless channel models including path loss, shadowing, and statistical multipath channel models.
A0855701 Computer Network Protocols and programming 3 Addressing (MAC address, IP address, and Port Number); IP Routing: Static Routing, RIP Routing, Load Balancing, Routing Table; OSPF: Single-Area, Multi-Area; EIGRP; IS-IS; BGP; IPv6: IPv6 Addressing, Obtaining IPv6, IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence; Connecting to WAN: WAN Technologies, PPP protocol, Frame Relay, MPLS.
A0854702 Communications and Computer Networks lab 1 The Communication and Computer Networks Lab consists of a set of practical experiments and simulations that aim to give the student a better understanding of the concepts he studied in the Communication and Computer Networks course. The set of experiments covers the following topics: building basic local area networks (LANs), installing network interface cards (NICs), network cabling, simulating wired/wireless LAN protocols and algorithms (CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA), configuring routers and routing protocols, and securing networks Computer, Configure VLANs, Network Address Translation (NAT), Simulate Routing Protocols and IP Networks, Simulate Time Division Multiplexing (TDMA), Simulate Cellular Network
A0852602 Object Oriented Programming Lab. 1 The object oriented programming laboratory reinforces understanding of basic object oriented programming concepts and techniques (objects, classes and subclasses, methods) and their expression. The lab provides practice using object creation, initialization, message passing, class hierarchies, inheritance, polymorphism and templates. It also provides practice using non-object aspects such as loops and conditionals
A0853101 Probability and Random Processes 3 Introductionto probability and random variables; statistics of random variable; random process; periodicity and stationary; variance and autocorrelation function; power spectral density; filtering of random processes; Gaussian process: noise, narrow band random process.
A0853305 Signals and Systems 3 Classification of signals, basic concepts of sampling, basic continuous-time and discrete-time signals;signal processing using MATLAB; classification of systems, properties of continuous-time LTI systems, proprieties of discrete-time LTI systems, convolution processes, Laplace transform, transfer function; Fourier series; Fourier transform and applications, power spectral density, frequency response.
A0853307 Analog Communications Lab. 1 Filters;AM and FM modulation and demodulation;amplitu demodulators;single-sideband transmission; super-heterodyne receiver.
A0854701 Communications and Computer Networks 3 Uses and classification of computer networks, Multiple access methods Layered network structure, OSI and TCP/IP Reference models, Network standardization, Physical layer, Basic definitions related to digital data transmission, Functions of data link layer: Framing, Flow control, Error control, HDLC, SLIP and PPP protocols, MAC sub layer, Repeaters, LAN, MAN and WAN protocols, Bridges, Routers, Gateways and introduction to routing algorithms
A0854403 Antennas and Wave Propagation 3 Properties of electromagnetic waves: Maxwell?s equations, plane wave properties: field relationships,wave impedance,pointing vector, phase velocity, lossy media, polarization: polarization states,mathematical representation of polarization, random polarization; antenna fundamentals and principles: radiation, near-field and far-field regions, far-field radiation from wires, antenna parameters: radiation patterns, directivity, radiation resistance and efficiency, power gain, bandwidth, reciprocity, receiving antenna aperture, beamwidth and directivity, the Friis formula, polarization matching, practical dipoles: dipole structure, current distribution, radiation pattern, input impedance, antenna arrays: linear and planner arrays, the uniform linear arrays, parasitic elements (Uda-Yagi antennas), reflector antennas, monopole antennas, corner reflectors, parabolic reflector antennas, horn antennas, loop antennas, helical antennas, patch antennas;
A0855801 Graduation Project (1) 1 Students work in groups to conduct a graduation project in two phases, graduation project (1) is the first phase which includes developing proposal, literature review, problem identification, and data collection.
A0854801 Field Training 3 A practical experience to be gained through working for eight continuous weeks in accredited establishments.
A0854303 Digital Signal Processing 3 Sampling and aliasing; review of discrete time signals and systems; z-transform and its application to the analysis of LTI systems; digital signal processing (DSP) using MATLAB; discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT); frequency response of LTI systems; discrete Fourier transform (DFT); structures for FIR and IIR filters; introduction to the design of digital filters; applications of DSP: speech processing and image processing.
A0853502 Microprocessors and Embedded systems lab 1 This lab Identifying internal structure and operation of the Microprocessor intel 8086/8088 and microcontroller PIC 16F877A , Design methodology for software for each (Intel 8086&PIC16F877A)
A0854502 Computer Architecture and Organization Lab 1 Practical applications on some topics covered in architecture and computer organization course to implement basic MIPS using VHDL and FPGA.
A0853601 Database 3 Database Concepts; Introducing Database Management Systems; Database Architecture; The Relational Data Model; Database Integrity; Functional Dependencies and Normalization; Entity-Relationship Diagrams; Relational Algebra; SQL.
A0855702 Networks and Data Protection Systems 3 Recent advances in computer networks and system security; fast and secure network systems; secure storage systems; rapid intervention detection systems; effective systems of misuse, basic concepts in computer security and current application in current identification; the privacy preservation in modern operating systems.
A0853501 Microprocessors and Embedded systems 3 Introduction to microprocessor and microcomputer; the 8086/8088 microprocessors and their architecture; addressing modes; instruction set; programming the microprocessor using assembly languages; introduction to embedded systems; introducing PIC 16 series: architecture overview of PIC16F84A, the 16F84A memory; building assembly programs: introduction to assemblers, PIC 16 Series instruction set; parallel ports; interrupts; counters and timers.
A0852303 Electronics 3 Introduction to Electronics; Semiconductors: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors, Electrical Properties of Semiconductors, Diffusion Process in Semiconductors; The PN Junction Diode: Forward, Reverse Biased Junction, V/I Static Characteristics, Diode Types: Zener, LED, and Photodiode; Diode Applications: Rectification, Clipper, and Clamper Circuits, Voltage Multipliers; Bipolar Junction Transistors: CB and CE Characteristics, DC Biasing and Analysis; BJT Applications: BJT as a Switch, and Amplifier; Field-Effect Transistor: V/I Characteristics of JFET and MOSFET, DC Biasing and Analysis; Biasing of Transistor (BJT and FET); Single-Stage Amplifier; Cascaded BJT and FET Amplifiers; Composite Transistor Stages; Operational Amplifiers and Applications; Differential Amplifier; Operational Amplifier Architectures; Frequency Response of Amplifiers; Negative-Feedback Amplifiers.
A0855601 Artificial Intelligence Systems and Machine learning 3 Providing an introduction to artificial intelligence by studying the core topics of knowledge representation, reasoning, and learning. Also providing an overview of many concepts, techniques, and algorithms in machine learning and statistical pattern recognition, this course also covers the necessary theory, for AI and machine learning, such as: problem solving, knowledge representation, logic, inference and game theory.
A0853201 Engineering economy and management 3 Engineering Project Development; Decision Making; Basic Concepts of Capital Investment: Formulas and Applications, Rates of Return, Economic Feasibility of Projects (Net Future Value, Net Present Value, and Equivalent Uniform Cash Flow); Comparison of Mutually Exclusive Proposals; Benefit-Cost Ratio Method; Depreciation; Corporate Taxation; Resource Allocation. basics of engineering mangment ,planing and organization of engineering project ,and project time schulding and mangment
A0852301 Digital Logic Circuits 3 Numbering System and Information Representation: Arithmetic Operations, Decimal and Alphanumeric Codes, Binary Logic; Boolean Algebra: Identities, Functions and Manipulation, Standard Forms, Simplification, Logic Gates, , Integrated Circuits; Combinational Logic Design: Circuits (Gate Level), Design Hierarchy and Procedures, Computer-Aided Design, Combinational Two-Level and Multi-Level Implementations, Arithmetic (Add, Subtract, Multiply) and Other Popular Modules (Multiplexers, Encoders, Decoders); Sequential Logic Design: Latches, Flip-Flops, State Machine Design and Minimization (Mealy Digital and Moore Models); Design Problems.
A0854301 Digital Communications 3 Sampling and analog to digital conversion: PAM, PCM, DPCM, delta modulation, and TDM; principle of digital data transmission: baseband transmission, Nyquist criteria, matched filter, and noise performance; inter symbol interference(ISI) and ways to address this problem; line coding; equalization; binary band-pass transmission: BASK, BFSK, BPSK, and DPSK; geometric representation of signals: orthogonal signals, correlation receivers and signal constellations; M-ary band-pass digital transmission: ASK, PSK, FSK, and QAM; noise performance and bandwidth efficiency; synchronization.
A0852302 Digital Logic Circuits Lab. 1 The Digital Logic Circuits laboratory develops students with the ability of identifying the digital logic gates and combinational logic circuits such as adders, decoders. Students are also conducting experiment with memory elements (flip-flops) and sequential logic circuits
A0855401 Communications Electronics 3 Transmitter and receiver performance; noise performance in communications electronics; noise figure; sensitivity; nonlinear behavior/performance of nonlinear devices; harmonics; blocking and desensitization; intermodulation, intermodulation distortion; one dB compression point (P1dB), third order intercept point (IP3); communication circuits at RF, PIN diodes, variable capacitance diodes, oscillators, mixers, RF power amplifiers, RF low noise amplifiers and IF amplifiers,phase locked-loop.
A0855802 Graduation Project (2) 2 This Project completes and implements the work undertaken in project (1); after full implementation of the graduation project?s goals, the student must present a comprehensive report and he must present his findings to an examination panel.
A0854302 Digital Communications lab 1 Sample and hold circuit; multiplexing; sampling process and aliasing effect; generation and detection of PCM; clock recovery; digital baseband signaling (line codes and data formats): unipolar RZ, bipolar RZ, unipolar NRZ, and bipolar NRZ; error detection and correction; digital pass-band modulation techniques: ASK, FSK, PSK, and QPSK.
A0852601 Object Oriented Programming 3 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming; Classes; Objects; Strings; Control Statements; Methods Arrays; Parameter Passing, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism and an Introduction to The Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Elective Courses - 9 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0855404 Information Theory and Coding 3 Information theory; mathematical definition and properties of information; elements of probability theory; entropy and mutual information; coding and data compression; stochastic processes; channel capacity; universal coding; rate distortion theory; eigenvalue methods for data compression.
A0853602 Software Engineering 3 Full Cycle of a Software System Development Effort: Including Requirements Definition, System Analysis, Design, Implementation, and Testing; Special Emphasis is Placed on System Analysis and Design; The Design Phase Includes Development of a User Interface; A large Term Project Incorporates the Full Software Life Cycle.
A0855704 Cloud Computing 3 Cloud computing technologies: Software as a Service (SaaS), Amazon Elastic Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine, and a few other offerings. Cloud protocols: APIs used in the Amazon and Microsoft Clouds, RESTful Web services, and Cloud-based messaging and workflow services to construct new applications. Migrate existing applications into the Cloud, by navigating through phases such as creation of a private Cloud; attaching, in a secure fashion, the private Cloud to the public Cloud; and provisioning and maintaining resources in the public Cloud.
A0855705 Introduction to Robotics 3 Introduction to robotics involving concepts from the fields of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and computer science. Topics covered include sensor performance and integration, electric and pneumatic actuators, power transmission, materials and static force analysis, controls and programmable embedded computer systems, system integration and robotic applications.
A0853401 Advanced Electromagnetic 3 This course covers time-varying fields, Maxwell's equations, wave equations, time-harmonic fields, polarization, skin effect, electromagnetic energy and power, Poynting's theorem, plane-wave propagation in lossless and lossy media, boundary conditions for electromagnetics, wave reflection and transmission, Snell's laws, Fresnel formulas, critical angle, total internal reflection, total transmission, standing waves, transmission line theory, lossy and lossless lines, matching of transmission lines to their loads, radiation, antennas.
A0855402 Mobile Communication Systems 3 Cellular system design concepts: channel planning,traffictheory,handoff,capacity;radio propagation: free space path loss model, two-ray model, practical path losses models, diversity and fading;modulation techniques;equalization;multiple access techniques:FDMA,TDMA,CDMA,OFDMA; GSM system.
A0855803 Selected Topics in Communications and Computer 3 The objective of this course is to introduce advanced and new topics in one of the areas of communications and computer engineering; the topics can be changed from one year to another depending on the instructor?s area of specialty.
A0853308 Digital Electronics 3 Digital signals and systems, pulse waveforms, switching circuits, pulse distortion, periodic pulse waveforms; switching devices, diodes and transistors as switching devices, analysis of switching circuits and switching times;logic technologies and families, digital integrated circuits terminology, DTL, RTL and TTL family, open collector, tri-state, ECL family, MOS technology, operation and types, MOS inverter, NMOS, PMOS, CMOS, dynamic MOS, CMOS transmission circuits, interfacing between families and their problems;multivibraters circuits, monostables, astables, schmitt trigger, bistables, 555 IC timer; memory elements and types, programmable logic devices;analog to digital converter and digital to analog converter.
A0855403 Microwave Engineering 3 Introduction; review o fMaxwell' sequations;general concepts of transmission lines (TLs) for microwave frequencies; scattering parameter theory and microwave measurements, planar circuit technology: microstrip, stripline, coplanar waveguide, and finline;microwave devices and components: resonators, filters, power dividers, couplers, amplifiers and oscillators.
A0855703 Internet of Things 3 Introduction to the Internet of Things technologies and design concepts, focusing on the important topics which includes sensor, data, devices , standards, hardware, software, security, performance analysis techniques and system design.
A0854703 Neural Networks and fuzzy logic 3 Comparison between traditional and neural computing, learning algorithms supervised and unsupervised learning rules, back propagation algorithm, representation of neural networks. Introduction to fuzzy logic, set theories, fuzzy relations and implications, genetics algorithms and its applications.


Free Ellective - 13 Credit Hours:



Compulsory Courses - 13 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0872304 Electric Circuits Lab. 1 DC Circuits: Kirchoff?s Voltage and Current Laws, Network theorems, Maximum Power Transfer; Transient Circuits: RL, RC, RLC; Resonant Circuits; Magnetically Coupled Circuits; Two-Port Networks.
A0872501 Electromagnetic 3 Basic vector algebra and vector calculus; Coordinate systems and transformation; Electric field: Coulomb's law, electrostatic field, electric potential, electric flux density, Gauss?s law and boundary value problems, capacitor and energy density in electrostatic fields; Maxwell's equation; Magnetic field: steady electric current, Biot-Savart law and magneto-static fields, magnetic flux density, Ampere's law, magnetic vector potential, magnetic forces, inductance and energy density in magneto-static fields, ferromagnetic material and magnetic circuits; Time-varying fields and Maxwell's equations; Electromagnetic waves: characteristics, speed, power and polarization.
A0872303 Electrical Circuits 3 "Introduction to electrical engineering. Fundamentals of electric circuits,
A0873501 Machines and Electrical Power 3 Principles of electromagnetic circuit; single-phase transformers: ideal practical transformer, equivalent circuit, auto-transformer; three-phase transformer: types, connection; AC machinery fundamentals: principle of work, rotating magnetic field; three phase induction motors: principle of work, properties an performance, starting, speed control; synchronous machines: construction, internal generated voltage, equivalent circuit; operation modes: alone, parallel; synchronous motors: steady state operation, starting.
A0874501 Control Systems 3 Concept of Control Systems; Open-loop and Closed-loop Systems; Mathematical Modeling of Physical Systems; Transfer Function and System Modeling Diagrams; Response Characteristics of Control Systems; Specifications of System Performance; Stability Analysis of Linear Control Systems; Routh?s Stability Criterion; Time-domain Analysis of Control Systems; Design of Controllers and Compensators.


Complementary Requirement - 9 Credit Hours:



Compulsory Courses - 9 Credit Hours

Course Code Course Name Credit hours Description
A0161200 Remedial English Language 3 Grammar: auxiliary verbs, tenses (past, present, future) Vocabulary: friendship, communication, IT, TV shows, media, houses, places description, compound nouns, free time activities, books and movies description, food, dinning out. Variety of skills: paragraph writing, verifying formal and informal letters, writing unofficial emails, ways of using punctuation, upper case letters and conjunctions, outlining main ideas and details, inferring conclusions and impeded meanings, determining author?s perspectives, presentations, argumentation and persuasion, agreeing and disagreeing expressions, making comparisons, narrating events, expressing opinions, making official phone calls, ordering food, correct pronunciation.
A0331700 Remedial Computer Skills 3 Introduction to basic computer hardware and software; copyrights; Windows operating system; Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power point, Access; Introduction to Internet.
A0161100 Remedial Arabic Language 3 Language level and definition, speaking and comprehension texts, syntax exercises, Nominal Sentence, safe feminine plural, safe masculine plural, singularity, auxiliaries, duality, numbers, subordinates, punctuations, morphological exercise, dictation issues, Nunnation.

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