Preparatory Year

Engineering, Ethics and Human Rights


Module Code: ENGG01P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide students with a broad understanding of the ethics of the engineering profession and the basic principles of human rights

Introductory Physics


Module Code: SCIB02P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide the students with the basic principles of physics that are required to understand the various engineering disciplines based on physics laws and principles

Algebra and Geometry


Module Code: SCIB05P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to Introduce the student to core mathematics that lies outside the scope of simple development of calculus.

Chemistry for Engineers


Module Code: CHME01P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide the engineering students with a broad understanding of chemistry basics necessary for engineers. This will be accomplished by introducing students to simple definitions and examples in order to prepare them effectively for subsequent studies in engineering.

Electricity & Magnetism


Module Code: SCIB04P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is provide the students with the basic principles of physics, which he started in the pre-university stage and required to enter the various engineering disciplines, which depend on physics dramatically.

Engineering Drawing and Descriptive Geometry


Module Code: MECH02P
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to Introduce the students to different concepts of technical graphical presentations, and to develop the art of visualising and representing three dimensional objects in two dimensional space. This module also aims to build up the skills essential to communicate design concepts and ideas in a non-verbal manner

Mathematics for Engineers 1


Module Code: SCIB01P
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to ensure that all students have a basic knowledge and understanding of elementary mathematics and also provide basic cognitive and practical skills required for future study.

Mathematics for Engineers 2


Module Code: SCIB03P
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to ensure that all students have a basic knowledge and understanding of elementary mathematics and also provide basic cognitive and practical skills required for future study.

Mechanics


Module Code: MECH01P
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are understanding the basics of statics and dynamics of particles. The module constructs a relation among mechanics and everyday life problems and tasks. A wide range of real world problems are presented in order to show the role of statics and dynamics in analysing and designing such applications.

Production Technology 1


Module Code: MECH03P
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to give all engineering students a simple introduction and general knowledge about engineering parts and their materials and primary manufacturing methods, as well as inspection techniques to develop an engineering sense and an idea about industrial organization and safety concepts in engineering life which prepares the student for the coming engineering courses.

Year 1

Calculus


Module Code: SCIB01C 
Module Weight:10
The aim is to ensure that all students have a basic knowledge and understanding of vector calculus and also provide basic cognitive and practical skills required for future study. This module extends the aims and content of the preparatory year mathematics. Additionally this module seeks to extend their range of mathematical skills and techniques to use them in more difficult unstructured problems, and to gain a deeper understanding of mathematical modelling, especially with regard to engineering applications of vector calculus.

Differential Equation


Module Code:SCIB02C 
Module Weight:10
The aim is to ensure that students have a basic knowledge and understanding of differential equations. In particular, this module seeks to ensure that students understand the different types of differential equations; are aware of and have the ability to apply different methods for the solution of differential equations; are aware of special functions; and have an understanding of Laplace transforms and their applications.

Electric Circuits (1)


Module Code:ELEC01C 
Module Weight:20
The aim of this module is to extend students’ understanding of the theory of electricity and magnetism and to explain the relevant mathematical tools for further study in this field. The module also provides students with some of the state-of-the art engineering applications to electricity and magnetism.

Principles of Electromagnetic Fields


Module Code:ELEC06C 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to extend students’ understanding of the theory of electricity and magnetism and to explain the relevant mathematical tools for further study in this field. The module also provides students with some of the state-of-the art engineering applications to electricity and magnetism.

Electronics (1)


Module Code:ELEC02C 
Module Weight:20
The aim of this module is to give students an introduction to the design, analysis and test of analogue and digital electronic circuits.

Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithm Design


Module Code:ELEC17C 
Module Weight:10
The aim of the module is to introduce the concepts of data structures and algorithm design and to provide a foundation for advanced studies in Computer Science. It provides also students how to use data structures and abstraction other than those provided as basic types in modern programming languages through different applications for data structures are introduced.

Modern Physics


Module Code:SCIB04C
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide knowledge and understanding of the basic quantum mechanics principles required for electrical and mechanical engineering field of study.

Programming in Java


Module Code:ELEC16C
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide basic grounding in java language programming and lay a firm foundation from which other modules, that require java programming, may rely upon.. Students will learn how to write moderately complex Java code, understand the basics of APIs, platforms, and development practices (the object-oriented development process, test-driven development, and refactoring), and identify and use core Java libraries and IDE technology.

Signals and Systems


Module Code:ELEC18C
Module Weight:10
To introduce relevant mathematical concepts to describe both analogue and digital signals and systems, and to illustrate different views of such signals and the operation of such systems. To introduce the important concepts of LTI systems, sampling, the frequency domain and filters.

Report Writing and Data Presentation


Module Code:ELEC15C
Module Weight:10
The purpose of this module is to provide engineering students with all basic concepts that qualify them to be able to communicate technical information effectively through writing technical reports and presentations.

Year 2

Communications


Module Code:ELEC12I 
Module Weight:20
The aim of this module is to:
• provide students with a foundation for analogue communication theory;
• provide students with a theoretical and mathematical basis for the sampling, analysis and processing of signals in communications;
• introduce the principles of free space communication links.

Computer architecture


Module Code:ELEC14I 
Module Weight:10
The module aims to provide students with fundamental knowledge of modern computer architecture in terms of instruction set architecture, organisation and hardware. It develops an understanding of the architectural features and the principles of operation of modern microprocessors and peripheral devices. The specific aim of the module is to provide a sound foundation in the following: the main families of microprocessors and their differences; how computers actually go about executing their programs at the level of machine instructions; principles of the practical design of a real processor architecture and how design features influence machine coding and performance features.

Control System Design


Module Code:ELEC13I 
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to:
•understand and analyze control systems, and develop their performance specifications
•design control systems to meet specifications
•use MATLAB to simulate, analyze and aid the design of control systems.

Digital Design


Module Code:ELEC13C 
Module Weight:10
This course aims to provide students with an advanced treatment of digital design in the context of an introduction to the design of VLSI systems. Students are introduced to a design methodology which encompasses the range from logic models and circuit simulations to high-level specification techniques. Advanced digital systems issues such as synchronization and meta-stability are also presented. Students will be introduced to CAD tools for digital design entry and simulation.

Electrical Power


Module Code:ELEC04C 
Module Weight:10
The aim is to To use relevant equivalent circuit concepts to illustrate the behaviour of transformers, DC and induction machines . This module is an introduction to the control modules in further semesters.

Electronics (2)


Module Code:ELEC02I 
Module Weight:20
To enable students to analyse, design and evaluate practical analogue and digital electronic circuits and systems.

Engineering Project Management


Module Code:ELEC01I 
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to:
introduce the methods and tools required for the planning, scheduling, cost and human resource control, and monitoring of a project and to use these in the execution of a simple project in the relevant subject area.
raise awareness in students of the commercial opportunies for capitalizing on innovative, technology-based idea in science and engineering.
help students learn how to generate new ideas
demonstrate to students how ideas may be turned into business ventures.

Introduction to Electrical Materials


Module Code:ELEC05C 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide students with basic knowledge of the material science pertinent to a career in electrical engineering.

Applied Numerical Techniques


Module Code:ELEC20I 
Module Weight:10
To ensure that all students will have a basic knowledge and understanding of how to set up and solve mathematical problems numerically and to apply this knowledge to the solving of electrical engineering problems using appropriate software packages.

Probability and Random Processes


Module Code:SCIB06C 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide necessary mathematical foundation in probability, statistics and random processes for engineers.

Year 3

Digital Control


Module Code:ELEC08I 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide the student with an introduction to both the theoretical and practical problems of applying feedback control by means of the computer through the basic control theories that have been studied before..

Electronics and Communications: Law, Standards and Practice


Module Code:ELEC07I 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to introduce to students legal and other frameworks at both national and international level of relevance to electronics and communications engineering.

Electromagnetism (2)


Module Code:ELEC06I 
Module Weight:20
The aim of this module is to impart an appreciation of the fundamental and pervasive role of electromagnetism throughout science and engineering.

Engineering Economics


Module Code:ENGG05I 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to introduce the student to the concepts and methods of economic analysis, and provide the student with information necessary to help him/her in decision making to assess cost implications in engineering design and applications in order to select the preferred course of actions based upon monetary considerations.

Principles of Digital Communications (1)


Module Code:ELEC15I 
Module Weight:20
The aims of this module are to introduce the students to the principles of digital communications systems; to appreciate the differences, advantages and disadvantages of analogue vs. digital method of communication; and to understand the basic operation and tradeoffs that exist in modern digital communication systems.

Principles of Digital Communications (2)


Module Code:ELEC15H 
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to:
provide a working knowledge of the coding techniques in digital communications systems;
understand the concept of channel capacity.

Selected Topics in Measurement and Instrumentation


Module Code:ELEC11H 
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide students with the background of instrumentation and measurement in the field of electrical and communications engineering including selected topics at the cutting edge.

Semiconductor Devices


Module Code:ELEC05H 
Module Weight:10
To give students a firm foundation in the working of the semiconductor devices required in modern devices.

Software Engineering (1)


Module Code:ELEC16I 
Module Weight:10
This module aims at giving students a thorough introduction to software engineering topics in a way that enables them to understand and assess the potential, limitations and factors critical to the successful development of a software project on an organisational level.

Systems Analysis and Design


Module Code:ENGG09H  
Module Weight:10
To expand and elaborate on the students introduction to systems thinking. To guide and encourage the use of an organised and structured group systems approach to a real practical system. To enable students in gaining competence in analysing and designing systems.

Year 4

Antennas and Propagation


Module Code:ELEC19H 
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module are to gain expertise in the analysis, design and characterisation of antennas through the understanding of antennas theory, radiation concepts and the use of CAD tools; and to understand and apply the concepts of wave propagation in wireless systems through the study of propagation models, phenomena and their effective use in practical scenarios (urban, rural, terrestrial, satellite).

Communication Networks


Module Code:ELEC20H 
Module Weight:10
The aims of this module is to provide an understanding of the various communication network protocols and their roles within layered network architectures, to introduce the meaning of an IP address, and network devices; hubs, bridges, switches, routers, gateways and to define the Internet architecture, salient features of TCP/IP protocols, and unique characteristics of Ethernet and Wireless LANs and different network topologies and technologies.

Design Project


Module Code:ELEC21H 
Module Weight:20
The aim of this module is to present the students with the experience of the design process from preparation of the brief through to detailed design drawings, if necessary. Students will be able to draw on results of their individual research projects that relate to parts of the design project and integrate all individual components into a comprehensive viable design.

Electromagnetic Compatibility


Module Code:ELEC02H
Module Weight:10
To give students a critical understanding of the mechanisms of unwanted interaction within and between electrical/electronic equipment which might impair correct operation and corresponding techniques to limit such interactions.

 Microwave Circuits, Systems & Communications


Module Code:ELEC18H
Module Weight:10
To provide an understanding of the functions and interactions of the analysis and measurement of high frequency circuits used in communications systems and gain experience in the analysis, design and characterization of microwave circuits and systems.

 Optical Systems


Module Code:ELEC22H
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to provide engineering students with a thorough understanding of basics of optical systems and communication systems based on light propagation and design requirements for different applications. In addition, the module helps to familiarise students with LASERs, lasing materials and design of optical elements used in such applications.

Research Project


Module Code:ELEC16H
Module Weight:20
The aims of this module are to provide the student with experience in research process and methodology by defining and studying a problem on an individual basis.

 VLSI Technology


Module Code:ELEC17H
Module Weight:10
To develop a consistent picture of the processes used in the modern microelectronics industry; including key steps in manufacturing, physical design constraints and a detailed view of IC operation. To introduce new IC technology trends and challenges; including scaling and power dissipation problems.

Optional Modules

Optical Networks


Module Code:ELEC27H 
Module Weight:10
Upon completion of the course, a student is expected to be sufficiently knowledgeable in the main principles of optical networking so as to undertake research in the area or cope with the initial demands of an industry job.

Optoelectronics


Module Code:ELEC26H
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to build the student background and basic knowledge in the fields of optical electronic for communication engineering. It also aims at building and improving students’ skills in the design of optical electronic components and subsystems.

 Selected Topics in Digital Signal Processing


Module Code:ELEC25H
Module Weight:10
provide students with a theoretical and mathematical basis for the analysis and processing of digital signals;provide students with a foundation for digital filtering and its applications.

 Real Time Software EOptical Networksngineering


Module Code:ELEC24H
Module Weight:10
To introduce the theory, principles, design, development, and testing of software within the context of real-time embedded systems.

RF MEMS and Sensors for Wireless Applications


Module Code:ELEC12H
Module Weight:10
provide an in depth understanding of the technological and fabrication aspects related to MEMS components and systems;
gain a solid foundation of the basic operation of different RF MEMS components used in RF applications;
enable the student to understand the area of applications of RF MEMS technology.

 Software Engineering (2)


Module Code:ELEC16I
Module Weight:10
The aim of this module is to introduce students to the basic concepts, principles and skills of object-oriented modelling. The module also introduces software reuse, software verification and validation, software security, and software cost estimation.

Embedded Systems


Module Code:ELEC29H
Module Weight:10
The course introduces to students the hardware and software aspects of embedded systems including main building components, memory and processor specifications, typical hardware architecture with examples from existing systems, main challenges in embedded system development. In addition, it provides students with some embedded systems examples, applications and case studies will be presented.

 Wireless Communication Technologies


Module Code:ELEC28H
Module Weight:10
This module aims to introduce students to the basic theories and concepts of various wireless communication technologies and their corresponding applications. Examples include mobile and satellite communications, recent wireless communications technologies and concepts such as WiFi, wireless sensor networks, Bluetooth, infra-red, ultra-wide band, etc. The module covers the principles, features, limitations, performance, and applications of each.

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