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This course introduces student to the basics of engineering drawing including skills of freehand sketching orthographic projection, third view prediction, sectional views, auxiliary views, and writing dimensions. In addition, the student will learn how to draw simple engineering drawings using recent computer aided design (CAD) software. 
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This course introduces the student to engineering design, creative problem solving techniques, team work, brainstorming, project planning, economic cost analysis, environmental impact, proposal and report writing, presentation skills, investigation and research for design and development, reverse engineering, design of structural/mechanical/electrical/pneumatic systems, different testing, evaluation and manufacturing techniques in engineering, human factors in engineering design. Students are expected to design a civil/electrical/mechanical system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in a team spirit and eventually present their design in front of an audience consisting of faculty and students. 
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This course introduces the students to the fundamental circuit theory laws, theorems and methods of circuit theoretical and practical analysis. The topics of this course include passive sign convention, fundamental laws of electrical circuits (ohm's law, kvl, kcl, power and energy), resistive circuits (resistors in series and in parallel, voltage and current divisions, dependent current/voltage sources and deltatoy transformations).analysis of ideal operational amplifier circuits (inverters, noninverting amplifiers, integrators, comparators, summing amplifiers and buffer), inductors and capacitors; definitions, voltagecurrent relationships, impedance and admittance 
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This course provides a modern introduction to logic design and the basic building blocks used in digital systems. The first part of the course is about combinational logic analysis and design which includes: binary numbers and codes, Boolean algebra, logic gates, minimization methods of Boolean expressions, binary adders, subtractors and multipliers, magnitude comparators, decoders and encoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers. The second part of the course deals with sequential logic analysis and design which includes: latches and flipflops, registers, synchronous and asynchronous counters 
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This course covers some general engineering standards for students in the areas of Statics and Dynamics, and Material Science. This course is specifically designed for students who are not majoring in Mechanical Engineering. The students will be trained in the essential techniques of Statics and Dynamics, including static equilibrium of particle and rigid bodies, friction, linear and angular momentum, Newton's second law of motion, work and energy for particle and rigid bodies. The students will learn about various classes of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites and their fundamental structures and properties. They would be able to calculate atomic packing factor and learn about atomic bonding, crystal structures and defects in metals. 
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The course introduces the students to the basic concepts of electrostatics, magnetostatics and the properties of dielectric and magnetic materials, the laws governing the electric fields, magnetic fields and electromagnetic fields like Coulomb’s law, Gauss’s law, Ampere’s circuital law, BiotSavart law, Faraday’s law etc. The concepts of divergence, curl and electric and magnetic potential are also introduced. The four Maxwell’s equations and their applications are covered in detail. It is assumed that the student already have appropriate mathematical background, including multivariable calculus, and have already studied the basic circuit theory course. 
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This course introduces the students to the techniques of circuit analysis (nodal and mesh analysis, Thevenin’s & Norton’s theorems, source transformation, superposition and maximum power transfer theorems), energy storage elements, firstorder transient response analysis (rl circuits, rc circuits, natural and step responses), secondorder transient response analysis (series and parallel rlc circuits, natural and step responses), Sinusoidal steady state circuit analysis& Frequency domain analysis , Sinusoidal Steadystate Power Calculations. 
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This course introduces students to the scientific computing languages and techniques used by scientists and engineers such as MATLAB and Octave. Emphasis is made on programs design, algorithms development, verification and application to science & engineering applications. The students first learn the basic usage of scientific languages, common types of problems encountered in engineering, and techniques for solving a variety of problems encountered in science & engineering e.g. examination of data with visualization techniques, graphics, matrices, loop structures, solving polynomials, statistical analysis, differentiation, integration. 
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This course introduces the student to the properties of semiconductor materials and PN junctions, DC analysis techniques for diode circuits, equivalent circuit models for diodes, diode rectifier circuits, Zener diodes, photodiodes and lightemitting diodes; physical structure and operation of the BJT, MOSFET and JFET transistors, DC analysis and design techniques of BJT, MOSFET and JFET transistor circuits, smallsignal models of BJT, MOSFET and JFET transistor amplifiers. Laboratory work includes the construction and taking measurements of various diode, BJT, MOSFET and JFET transistor circuits and comparison of experimental results with theoretical analysis 
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This course introduces the students to the fundamental concepts of signals and systems that forms an integral part of engineering systems in many diverse areas like communication systems, control systems, analog and digital signal processing, etc. The course is about various classification of both continuous time (ct) and discrete time (dt) signals and systems, continuous and discrete time impulse responses, convolution sums and integrals, and linear timeinvariant (lti) systems. The spectral analysis of periodic & aperiodic signals using fourier series and fourier transform is discussed for both continuous time as well as for dt signals. 
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This course introduces the students to the concept of balanced threephase circuits. The course also equips the students with necessary knowledge related to the Laplace transform, its applications to circuit analysis and frequency selective circuits. The students are acquainted with the analysis of twoport networks. Finally, the students are introduced to the Fourier series representation for a periodic signal, which is then used to calculate the steadystate response of an electric circuit. At the end of the course, the student should be able to apply the ac circuit analysis concepts/techniques for solving and analyzing the engineering related problems in a given linear electrical circuit 
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This course introduces students a basic electric machine course. The course provides the fundamental knowledge of electric machines, which are synchronous machines, induction machines and DC machines. The transformer, although not a rotating machine, is indispensable in many energy conversion systems; it is included in this course. The course begins with electromechanical energy conversion, in which the mechanism of force and torque production in various electric machines is discussed. Next, students are introduced to principle of operations, constructions and some analysis on steady state performance of transformer and the electric machines. At the end of the course student should be able to perform steadystate analysis of electric machines and apply their knowledge to real world applications. 
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This course is a continuation of electronics i and introduces the student to dc and smallsignal analysis of multistagetransistor circuits, frequency response of transistor circuits with capacitors, bode diagrams (magnitude and phase responses) of linear amplifiers, bjt and mosfet power transistors, classes of power amplifiers and their power efficiencies, characteristics of the ideal operational amplifier, analysis of several ideal opamp circuits (including the inverting, summing, noninverting, difference and the instrumentation amplifier), characteristics and analysis of bipolar (bjt) and mosfet currentsource circuits, dc and smallsignal characteristics of various bjt and fet differential amplifiers and bicmos circuits. Laboratory work includes the design, construction, and taking measurement of various analogue electronic circuits to compare experimental results with theoretical analysis. 
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Modeling and Simulation have become an essential tool for engineers. This course aims to impart an overview of the modeling and simulation approaches with a strong emphasis on applications using MATLAB. Ultimately, the students will learn how to represent a system with a model, implement the model, simulate it using Matlab, verify and validate the results, and report their finalized work. 
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This course covers in depth the architecture and assembly language programming of the 8086/8088 microprocessor. A detailed study of the 8086/8088 microprocessor architecture is carried out along with the addressing modes and its instruction set. The student is exposed to the real experience of programming a microprocessor in assembly language. The concepts of interrupts and memory / I/O interfacing are delivered. The students will be able to design microprocessorbased systems using a PC or with embedded systems. 
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This course introduces the student to the fourier signal analysis; amplitude modulation: AM, DSB, SSB, VSB, QAM, frequency conversion, generation, and detection. Exponential modulation: FM, PM, NBFM, WBFM, bandpass limiters, discriminators and phaselockedloops. Pulse modulation, sampling theorem, PAM, PWM, PPM, FDM, TDM, FSK, and DM. Laboratory work includes the construction and taking measurements of AM modulators and demodulators, FM modulators and demodulators, PWM modulators and demodulators, and comparison of experimental results with theoretical analysis. 
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This course introduces students to the fundamental ideas and definitions of control systems, open loop and closedloop control systems, transfer functions and transient and steadystate responses. Students will be taught how to obtain mathematical models of actual physical systems such as electrical, and mechanical systems in the transfer function form. Methods of system representation such as block diagram representation and signal flow graphs will be examined. Students will be also exposed to techniques of analyzing control systems performance and stability in time and frequency domain with techniques such as Routh Hurwitz and root locus. Bode Plots and Nyquist plots will also be used to study the relative stability of conrol systems. In introducing students to the basics of control design, the PID controller and leadlag compensators will be used to improve the transient and steadystate performances. Throughout the course, students will also be exposed to analysis and design of control systems using MATLAB software. 
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This course introduces students to the relevant concepts in electrical power systems. Firstly, students are exposed to the steadystate power calculations. Then, the relevant concepts in balanced threephase power systems are taught to the students. The course then embarks upon the modeling of power system components, transformers, transmission line modeling and calculations. Power System configuration is given in terms of p.u quantities. Finally, the students are acquainted with the steadystate analysis of power systems load flow analysis/power flow analysis. At the end of the course, the students should be able to apply the concepts/techniques for power flow analysis in a given power system network. 
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The course is designed to train students to acquire skills in engineering economy and project management with contemporary theories and principles. The course participants analyse cases and develop project to understand economic equivalence concept, calculate time value of money, apply cash flow analysis, evaluate project alternatives such as mutually exclusive project, non  mutually exclusive projects, evaluate project portfolio and perform engineering economic analysis. The second part of the course provides a thorough understanding on the fundamental knowledge of project management theory and principles. The course draws upon professional areas, industries, business enterprises, government agencies, NGOs in addition to facilities management to strengthen participants’ holistic skills along with knowledge of efficient and effective practices of applied project management techniques. This course is designed to take one forward in advanced concepts of project management as well prepare participants with proactive leadership role in identifying value systems and improve project management functionalities. The demanding project management skills requirements are in the areas of financial project management, WBS, project requirements / specifications, ethics, and project management control, scheduling, among other important generic project management skills. The course addresses these knowledge management skills in depth with case studies and interactive class participation in facetoface mode 
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This course introduces the students to the fundamentals of Statistics to Engineers, Measures of Central Tendencies, Measures of Dispersion with engineering applications, Frequency of distributions & different Representation of engineering data, Properties of Mean and Variance, Empirical relation between mean and standard deviation, Probability theory, Basic Counting principles, Conditional Probability, Concepts of Discrete and Continuous Random variable, Bernoulli, Binomial and Poisson distributions, Uniform & Normal distribution, Simple Linear Regression and fitting of Curves and Hypothesis Testing 
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Refer to the Summer Training Booklet for complete description and requirements for summer training. 
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This course introduces the students to the renewable energy systems. The course will concentrate on the emerging renewable energy systems analysis and design such as wind power system, photovoltaic systems, microhydroelectric systems, microcombustion systems, biomass for electricity and fuel cell technology and will be compared with the conventional electrical energy systems 
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Senior design project I is a culminating learning experience, an initial part of two consecutive semester capstone design courses offered to undergraduate engineering students. The course introduces students to the meaning, purpose, goals and scope of the capstone design project. The students work in teams on a project assigned to them, selected based on feasibility from one of their three project choices. Projects typically originate from industry, nonprofits, and private individuals, or from sources internal to the University (e.g. research or educational). Industry projects are highly desirable for their direct relevance to practice and the “real” world. Students conduct literature review on topics such as background of engineering problems, limitations/issues of contemporary solutions utilizing multiple sources to submit an elaborate senior design project proposal. They conceptualize design solutions and learn how to analyze and select appropriate models for project realization. Throughout the semester, students actively participate in lectures, group meetings and viva to comprehensively complete all aspects of the first part of sequence of capstone design activity. In the conclusion of this course, students prepare a written interim report following a required standard format 
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This course will examine ethical issues arising in the professional and socialpolicy aspects of engineering. Coverage includes such topics as codes of professional ethics, methods of moral problem solving, honesty, risk, responsibilities to employers and to the public, technology, and the environment, and moral issues in management, research, and consulting. Using industry related case analysis and industry context ethical project issues, we will study concepts and questions relating to ethical problems encountered in the profession of engineering, including the requirements of responsibility; the challenges of technology; the role of trust, risk, and liability; environmental impact; and the effects of globalization 
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This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the nature of enterprise and entrepreneurship and introduces the role of the entrepreneur, innovation and technology in the entrepreneurial process. It is about the development businesses plan whether forprofit or notforprofit. Innovation and entrepreneurship is both a way of thinking and of doing a business proposal. It involves “building something from nothing” and successful entrepreneurs know how to manage and mitigate uncertainty and risk. The course content is relevant to those individuals thinking about starting a business or who are already in business  large or small, those who are interested in commercializing their own innovations or of others, and those who advise entrepreneurs or engage in policy making in the entrepreneurship area 
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Senior design project II is a final part of a sequence of two capstone design courses offered in consecutive semesters to undergraduate engineering students. In this course, students work in teams, continuing on their approved Capstone design proposals to develop the mathematical and simulation models. Their project design specifications incorporate customer requirements while implementing engineering standards and fulfilling realistic constraints. Students provide details on manufacturability of their project design. Prototyping is followed up with detailed analysis of their design which involves verifying the fulfilment of health and safety, economic, environmental, societal and sustainability constraints. Appropriate validation or testing of the prototype is followed by corrective measures in case of identified deficiencies. Students submit elaborate technical reports and defend their design projects with presentations and advertise them in poster display events. 
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This course is designed to give students an introduction to energy efficiency and energy management systems with a specific focus on electrical systems. Technical and economical concepts of energy consumption and energy efficiency and conservation will be introduced. Students will be familiarized with different energy efficiency policies and standards. Also, students will be exposed to energy auditing and the tools needed. Students will also learn to calculate energy savings, energy cost saving and evaluate environmental impacts of these energy saving methods 
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Brief description of the content of the course (catalog description) Senior design project II is a final part of a sequence of two capstone design courses offered in consecutive semesters to undergraduate engineering students. In this course, students work in teams, continuing on their approved Capstone design proposals to develop the mathematical and simulation models. Their project design specifications incorporate customer requirements while implementing engineering standards and fulfilling realistic constraints. Students provide details on manufacturability of their project design. Prototyping is followed up with detailed analysis of their design which involves verifying the fulfilment of health and safety, economic, environmental, societal and sustainability constraints. Appropriate validation or testing of the prototype is followed by corrective measures in case of identified deficiencies. Students submit elaborate technical reports and defend their design projects with presentations and advertise them in poster display events. 
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This course introduces students to the evolution of mobile radio communications, modern wireless communication systems, i.e., 2G, 3G, wireless networks, cellular concepts, i.e., frequency reuse. channel assignment strategies, handoff strategies, interference and system capacity, improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems. This course also equips students about mobile radio propagation, large scale path loss, propagation mechanisms, small scale fading and multipath. The course also introduces student’s digital modulation, i.e., ASK, FSK, PSK, QAM, introduction to equalization, diversity, fundamentals of channel coding, multiple access techniques, i.e., FDMA, TDMA, SDMA, capacity of cellular system, difference between wireless and fixed telephone networks, traffic routing in wireless networks, and wireless data services. At the end of the course, the student should be able to fully understand the evolution of wireless, large and small scale path loss, propagation models and modulation techniques. 
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This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of data communication. The topics covered in this course are data communications, networking, protocols and standards, OSI Model, Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, and networking models, data and signals, analog and digital transmission, bandwidth utilization, multiplexing, transmission media, switching, circuit switched networks, error detection and correction, block codes, multiple access, channelization, wired and wireless networks, IEEE 802.11, and IEEE standard. 
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General introduction, AI definition and motivational example applications, Fuzzy sets and fuzzy membership functions, Fuzzy logic and reasoning, Fuzzy logic decisionmaking, the biological neuron and the artificial neuron, Supervised Neural Networks learning, ANN modelling and performance issues, Adaptive networkbased fuzzy inference systems (Neurofuzzy), optimization with Genetic Algorithms (GA operators, GA algorithm), basic overview of additional AI variants (Ant colony, particle swarms, etc.) and additional issues. 
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This course introduces students to the fundamentals of power electronics. This includes topics on power semiconductor switches, rectifier (ACDC), DC choppers (DCDC), AC choppers (ACAC), and inverters (DCAC). Emphasis will be on the power converter operations and analysis of their steady state performances. The course also exposes students to basic converter design, given certain specifications and verification of the design using application software. 
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This course introduces the students to the operation and control of electric power systems during generation, transmission, distribution and consumption leading to delivering electric power reliably and economically from generator units to loads. This essential concepts related to the operation and control of electrical power systems include economic dispatch of thermal electrical power generation units, electrical power unit commitment, control of power generation, voltage stability and VAR control, generation and transmission scheduling methods, distributed optimisation for loss minimisation, optimal power flow, frequency control, electricity markets and incentive controls. 
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This course introduces the student to the analysis and representation of discretetime signals and systems including discretetime convolution, difference equations, the ztransform, the DiscreteTime Fourier Transform (DTFT) and the Fast Fourier Transform (FTT).The topics in discretetime systems include the concept of causality, stability and linearity (LinearTime Invariant or LTI). The applications in this course include the analysis and design of analogue and digital filters. Digital filters include Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) and Finite Impulse Response (FIR) digital filters.Laboratory work includes the application of software to calculate the Fourier Transform, design and simulate digital filters. 
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The course covers emerging topics in electrical engineering. 
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The course covers emerging topics in electrical engineering. 