First Level  Course Specification of Mechatronics Engineering (EME) B.Sc Program.


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. 

PHY 121 Modern Physics. 3Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Special theory of relativity. Quantum effects: particle aspects of electromagnetic radiation, photoelectric effect, Compton effect, wave aspect of material particle, De Broglie's wave, Davison and Germer experiment. Complementarily principle. Uncertainty principle. Atomic structure: Rutherford's atom, Bohr's theory, spectrum of hydrogen atom, the atomic quantum numbers. Introduction to nuclear physics: properties of nuclei, radioactivity, and nuclear reactions. Survey of particles and forces. 

ECE 131 Electric Circuits I. 4Cr. 412 Hrs/wk. 
Circuit elements. DC electric circuits. Circuits laws. Network theorems. Power and energy. Time domain analysis in capacitive and inductive DC and AC circuits. Introduction to the sinusoidal systems. Phasors. 

ECE 133 Measuring Instruments and Electronic Transducers. 3Cr. 30 Hrs/wk. 
Introduction to measurements and measuring instruments and systems. Bridges. Cathode ray oscilloscope and applications. Introduction to data acquisition systems. Electronic transducers for measuring temperature, force, displacement, sound, light, and ionic potential. 

CE 101 Structured Programming and Data Structures. 4Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Internal representation of data. An indepth study of recursion. Abstract data structures via pointers. Stacks, queues, lists, trees, and graphs with applications. 

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. 
ECE 132 Electric Circuits II. 4Cr. 411 Hrs/wk. 
Network analysis for AC circuits. Power in a twowire system with sinusoidal drivers. AC network theorems. Dependent sources. Fourier method of waveform analysis. Single and twoport networks. Resonances. RLC sinusoid transients. Three phase: analysis, balanced and unbalanced loads. Circuit analysis using computers. 
ECE 142 Basic Electronics. 4Cr. 412 Hrs/wk. 
Fundamental physics of semiconductor devices. Various circuit models of diodes, bipolar junction and field effect transistors. Basic amplifier design. DC biasing and small signal analysis. 
EME 132 Electric Energy Sources and Applications. 2Cr. 201 Hrs/wk. 
Conventional and unconventional energy sources. Electric energy storage systems (e.g. batteries). Solar energy and applications. Wind energy and applications. Transmission of electric energy. Electric energy utilization. Lighting systems. Lamps, characteristics and applications. 
CE 112 Fundamentals of Logic Design. 4Cr. 412 Hrs/wk. 
Number systems. Boolean algebra and gate circuits. Describing logic equations. Realizing logic in hardware. Combinational circuits. Building blocks for digital design, building blocks with memory, introduction to sequential circuits. The arithmeticlogic unit. The memory element. 
GNS 102 Word Processing. 1Cr. 001 Hrs/wk. 
Use of a software for word processing. Writing of texts and mathematical equations. Graphic representation. Tables. 