
Coures Synopses of Industrial Engineering (IE) 
First Semester 

MAT 121 Mathematics III. 3Cr. 420 Hrs/wk 
Ordinary differential equations: linear, homogeneous, nonhomogeneous, variation of parameters, series solution. Fourier series. Lapalce transform: definitions and theorems, transform of derivatives, solution of ordinary differential equations, transform of integrals, solution of integraldifferential equations. 
MAT 151 Introduction to Statistics.3 Cr. 420 Hrs/wk. 
Probability and sampling. Basic statistics: mean, median, and range. Normal distribution curves. Types of distributions. 
ME 141 Mechanical Drawing. 4Cr. 240 Hrs/wk 
Principles of mechanical design. Engineering drawing, symbols and terminology. Machine elements: projection and cross sections. Assembly drawing. Computeraided design. 
ME 131 Materials Technology. 3Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Introduction to the structure and properties of engineering materials including metals, alloys ceramics, plastics, and composites. Characteristics and processing affecting behavior of materials in service. 
ME 151 Thermodynamics. 4Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Properties of mixtures, airvapor mixtures, applications. Thermodynamics of combustion processes, equilibrium, energy conversion. Power, and heat engines. 
GNS 101 Technical Report Writing. 1Cr. 100 Hrs/wk. 
Technical terms and abbreviations. Translation. Formats and methods of writing: reports, bids, CV, correspondence. etc. 
Second Semester 
MAT 132 Mathematics IV. 3Cr. 420 Hrs/wk 
Partial differential equations: types, methods of solution, applications. Complex analysis: functions of complex variables, integration in the complex plane, conformal mapping, bilinear transformation. Vector analysis: vector functions; linear, surface and volume integrals; integral theorems. Green's, divergence, and Stoke's theorems. Applications. 
ME 142 Design of Machine Elements. 4Cr. 240 Hrs/wk. 
Continuation of ME 141. 
ME 122 Manufacturing Processes I. 4Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Basic manufacturing and forming processes. Casting technology: types, applications. Welding technology: metallurgy, processes. Forigne technology. Sheet metal forming. 
CE 102 Introduction to Information Technology. 3Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Introduction to the design and use of computerbased information system. Software and hardware used in information system, information requirements. Communication systems.
Networking. The Internet: the foundations, resources and uses of the internet, emphasizing practical skills for finding, reading and authorizing materials. Fundamentals of computer communication networks. Introduction to computer networking elements communications architectures and protocols. HTML principles and applications. Case studies. 
ECE 134 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering. 3Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Linear electric circuits: DC and AC circuits, transients. Electronic circuits: diodes, transistors and amplifiers, operational amplifiers, digital electronics. Electric machines and transformers: feedback control system, electrical instrumentation. 
GNS 102 Word Processing. 1Cr. 001 Hrs/wk. 
Use of a software for word processing. Writing of text and mathematical equations, Graphic representation. Tables. 
