Second Level - Course Specification of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) B.Sc Program
First Semester  
 MAT 121 Mathematics III. 3Cr. 4-2-0 Hrs/wk.
Gamma and beta functions. Bessel functions. Legendre polynomials. Applications. Fourier integral, Fourier transform and applications, z-transform and applications.
 ECE 221 Solid State Electronics. 3Cr. 4-1-0 Hrs/wk.
Quantum mechanics: Schrodinger equation, infinite potential well, step potential, the finite square potential barrier. Solid state: crystal structure and the reciprocal lattice, crystal binding, free electron Fermi gas, Hall effect, band theory of solids. Semiconductors, density of states, neutrality equation, continuity equation. Dielectric properties of insulators. Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, antiferromagnetism, and ferrimagnetism.
 ECE 241 Electronic Circuits. 4Cr. 4-2-2 Hrs/wk.
Bias stability in transistor circuits. Large signal power amplifier, bipolar and MOS transistor amplifiers, frequency response of transistor amplifiers. Tuned amplifiers. Multitransistor circuits. Introduction to operational amplifiers and their applications. Feedback concepts and feedback amplifiers. Oscillators, sweep generators, multivibrators. Simulation of electronic circuits using SPICE.
  ECE 261 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I. 4Cr. 4-1-0 Hrs/wk.
Review of static electric and magnetic fields and applications. Conductors, dielectrics, magnetic materials. Time varying fields. Maxwell's equations. Wave equation. Propagation and reflection of plane waves. Acoustical waves: reflection, transmission, and absorption of sound.
  EME 233 Electrical Transformers and Machines. 3Cr. 3-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Study of magnetic circuits, transformers, and electromagnetic energy conversion devices including DC and AC motors and generators.
  EN 211 Engineering Problems of the Environment I. 1Cr. 1-0-0 Hrs/wk.
An introduction to the engineering design of measures to limit impacts on the environment. Global and local cycles in the hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere, energy and materials balance in environmental problems, source control of pollutants. The process of establishing environmental goals is discussed.
Second Semester  
 MAT 252 Introduction to Probability and Statistics. 3Cr. 3-2-0 Hrs/wk.
Probability spaces and models. Independence, conditional probabilities. Random variables. Expectations. Binomial, hypergeometric, and Poisson's distributions. Continuous spaces. Normal distributions. Introduction to statistics. Statistical inferences.
 ECE 224 Integrated-Circuit Devices. 3Cr. 4-2-0 Hrs/wk.
The electronics of metal-semiconductor contacts, PN junctions, bipolar transistor and of junction and MOS field-effect transistors. Properties that are significant to device operation for integrated circuits. Silicon device and circuit technology.
  CE 212 Digital System Design. 4Cr. 4-2-2 Hrs/wk.
Multifunction minimization of combinational circuits, formal and informal methods. MSI and LSI logic design. Synchronous sequential circuits. Control unit. Asynchronous sequential circuits.
  ME 252 Mechanical Engineering. 4Cr. 4-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Screw fasteners, riveted and welded joints. Rolling and contact bearings. Mechanical springs. Belt and chain drives. Clutches and brakes. Thermodynamics: first and second laws, processes, cycles, compressors, steam genetation. Hydraulics: definition of fluids, properties of fluids, hydrostatic, hydrostatic pressure, pressure variation in fluids and applications, flow through pipes, friction losses, pumps.
  CIE 202 Civil Engineering. 3Cr. 3-1-0 Hrs/wk.
Analysis of statically determinate beams, rigid frames and trusses. Design and analysis of metallic and nonmetallic structures, including reinforced concrete.
  EN 212 Engineering Problems of the Environment II. 1Cr. 1-0-0 Hrs/wk.
Continuation of EN 211.