Preparatory Level 

First Semester 

MAT 001 Mathematics I. 3Cr. 320 Hrs/wk 
Hyperbolic functions. Derivatives of higher order. Leibnitz theorem. Mean value theorem. Partial differentiation and applications. Curvature. Convergence of series. Taylor expansion. Methods of integration. Improper integrals. Line and multiple integrals and Green's theorem. Gamma and beta functions. Introduction to differential equations. 

PHY 001 Physics I. 3Cr. 311 Hrs/wk 
Units and dimensions. Properties of fluids, Archmides principle, surface tension, viscosity. Elasticity. Kinetic theory, heat, thermodynamics. Heat transfer, conduction, convection, radiation. 

ME 001 Mechanics I. 3Cr. 311 Hrs/wk. 
Static of particles and rigid bodies: force systems, equilibrium of ideal systems in two dimensions. Friction. Internal forces: normal, sheer, and bending moment. Kinematics and kinetics of particles in one dimension: force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse, and momentum. 

ME 011 Engineering Graphics and Projection. 2Cr. 240 Hrs/wk. 
Orthographic projection. Auxiliary views. Sections and conventions. Developed surfaces and intersections. Pictorial representation and sketching. Perspective drawing. Size description. Introduction to auto CAD. Electrical and electronic drafting, electrical symbols, schematic drawing, block diagrams, cable drawings, wire lists, printed circuits. 

CHE 001 Chemistry. 3Cr. 301 Hrs/wk. 
Chemical equilibrium. Gaseous state. Electrochemistry. Liquefaction of gases, liquid state, and metallic corrosion. Material balance. Petroleum. Lubricants. Detergents. Fuels. Combustion. Water treatment. Building materials and cement. Polymers. 

CE001 Introduction to Computer Systems. 3Cr. 202 Hrs/wk. 
Computer terminology and concepts. The history of the art and future of data processing. Digital computer components. Basic hardware and software concepts. Problem solving methodology. Operating systems. High level language programming. The computers effect on society is discussed. 

LAN 001 English Language I. 1Cr. 110 Hrs/wk. 
The course concentrates on material related to the field of engineering and associated with the objective of understanding the structure, meaning, vocabulary, as well as sentence structure patterns of this material. 
Second Semester 


MAT 012 Mathematics II. 3Cr. 320 Hrs/wk. 
Partial fractions. Binomial theorem. Roots of polynomial equations. Determinants. Matrices: rank, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, block decomposition. Solution of linear system of equations. Solution of nonlinear equations. Transfer of axes. Conic sections. 
PHY 012 Physics II. 4Cr. 322 Hrs/wk. 
Electricity and magnetism: charge, Coulomb's Law, electric field, Gauss's law, electric potential, capacitors and dielectrics, current and resistance, emf and circuits, magnetic field, BiotSavart law, Ampere's law, Faraday's law of induction. Physical optics: superposition principle of waves, diffraction, interference, polarization of light. 
ME 002 Mechanics II. 3Cr. 321 Hrs/wk. 
Kinematics and kinetics of particles in two dimensions: curvilinear motion, rectangular components, tangential and normal components, polar coordinates, Newton's laws, work and energy, impulse and momentum, projectile motion, motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic fields, simple harmonic motion, planetary motion. Kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies: translation, rotational motion, relative velocity and acceleration, linear and angular momentum, equations of motion. 
ME 022 Production Technology. 3Cr. 212 Hrs/wk. 
The production unit. Engineering materials and manufacturing processes. Production of ferrous materials: pig iron, steel making. Foundry technology: elements of mould, foundry sands, patterns and cores, cupola and induction furnace. Plastic working of metal: primary and secondary processes, hot and cold working, rolling, extrusion, forging, drawing, manufacturing of pipes. Machining processes, machine tools classification. Turning, boring, milling, sawing, drilling, broaching, gear cutting, grinding, and welding processes. Measurements. 
CE 002 Computer Programming. 43Cr. 312 Hrs/wk. 
Introduction to structured programming. Syntax and semantics. Problem solving and algorithms. Building abstractions. Procedures and functions. Modular programs. Repetition and selection. Recursion. Files and text processing. Advanced data types: records, sets, arrays. Enumerated types. 
LAN 002 English Language II. 1Cr. 110 Hrs/wk. 
Continuation of LAN 001. 