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ميحرلا نمحرلا الله مسب


Al Imam Muhammad Bin Saud

Islamic University

Faculty of Sciences

Department of Physics









لا ةيساردلا ةطخلا
ةيئاهن

ءايزيفلا مسقل


90
/
09
/
0241

ـه

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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الله مسب
ميحرلا نمحرلا



ب مت
دمح

لا ماسس ااتتفا الله
ءاايزيف

اف

ةايادب

اساردلا لاامال ااالا اصفلا
0241

/
0241

ـاه


ل اال ةاياكب
لاااملا ااف ل اااملا ةايام علااي اااهيال
ل
ءااانب اتلا ا اانلا شايااوايرلا مااسس ااا كاا ا شاااا امملاا اساحلا
ساردلا
024
1

/
024
8

ـه

: اي اميف مسقلا فاده صخاتتا

0
-

مهملا رادلا سكمتا ما ت ةيميدام جاارب اوا

اانتملاا

ءايزيفلا مامل

. نقتلاا ماملا لدقتلا ف

4
-

ذه ف نياجسملا بلاطلا يهأت
ا

ربلا
جاا

ةيفام ةيمال ةيفاخب
مهاهؤت
ل خدل

رئاادلا ف مملا ق س
صاخلا عاطقلا شامر ا ةيا كحلا شاسسؤملاا
.

3
-

دانل راابتلعا اف ذخلأا
رابلا ااوا
ةياساردلا اطخلاا جاا

ةايل ا ااحملا امملا ق اس شااباطتا
ناستي تايحب صااخلا عااطقلا شامر ا ةيا كحلا شاسسؤملاا رئاادلا اهجاتحت تلا شاصصختلا
.ةبسانملا فئاظ لا ال ل صحلا نيجيرخال

2
-

ا شاررقا ايمج ال يرادلإاا ميداملأا فار لإا
ءايزيفل

ف سردت تلا
لأا
لاسس
رخلأا ةيماملا
ى
ةمااجلا ف
.

داقف فاداهلأا هذه قيقحت يبس فا
عنماضت

ةايميداملأا ةاطخلا

ةاقفرملا

ل
س ير لااكبلا جااا رب
صاصخت
ةيقيبطتلا ءايزيفلا
-

بقتسملا ف ديدج شاصصخت حتف لإ ااطتلا اا

-

نكمي تيحب

ل
ف ممي ن جيرخا
نياحاااب االإ ااااتحت ااتلا شاااسسؤملاا شامرايلا
نييئااايزيف

ااف

ا ا اااصملا

لا
شاراابتخم

اااات لإا ري ااطتل
ةيمال شاربخ ااتحت تلا زهجلأا ال فار لإاا يغيتالا
اضي .
لا
ايمال
ل
لاهؤا ن كيس جيرخ
ل
سيردتا
ا لاملا ميامتلا ف

لا ف اياملا هتسارد لامملإ
ءايزيف

ةيبيرجتلا

لا ا
ةيرظن
.



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
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AUDI
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MAM
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IN
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SLAMIC
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NIVERSITY

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ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




3

دلإ نل ذب
ءايزيفلا مسقل ةيساردلا ةطخلا دا

ل املا ةياكب



مت دقل
يكيت


رارس رادص ذنا ءايزيفلا ف س ير لاكبلا ةاحرمل ةيساردلا ةطخلا دادللإ ةيمال ةنجل
ساردلا لاملا ةيادب ف شاا امملاا ساحلا ل ال ةياكب مسقلا اتتفاب لاملا ميامتلا ساجا
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ةيلالأا ةطخلا عادس ن اهنل جت ةفاكا مل شاساج شدقلا اهامل ةنجالا شر اب تيح ـه
نا االا ساردلا صفلا ف اهقيبطت متا لالأا ساردلا صفلا ةياهنب ءايزيفلا ف س ير لاكبلا ةاحرمل
مث ناا .ةيد مسلا شامااجلا ف نيصصختا بس نا ةطخلا ميكحت صفلا اذه للاخ متا . هسف لاملا
رتساا شاظحلاا ء و ال ةيلالأا ةطخلا ري طتا يدمت ةطخلا دادلإ ةنجل شر اب
امم . نيمكحملا شاحا
ةيالاسلإا د مس نب دمحا لاالإا ةمااجب ل املا ةيام ءاي إب لاملا ميامتلا ساجا رارس رادص دنل ه
ساردلا لاملا ةيادب نا ارابتلا
0241

/
0248

ـه
-

ةياكب ءايزيفلاا شايوايرلا مسس اهتا ن كتا
شاا امملاا ساحلا ل ال
-

لايدمتلا مل ةنجالا علار
ساحلا ل ال ةيام نل مسقلا لاصف ع ةازلالا ش
شاررقا ف فلاتخا نا هيال ترتي ااا ةل انلا ةياكلاب ىرخ لاسس اتتفا لامتحاا شاا امملاا
.ل املا ةيام ف س ير لاكبلا ةاحرمل اكلا شالاسلا ددلا ةياكلا شاباطتا

ةيئاهنلا اهتر ص ف ءايزيفلا مسقل ةيساردلا ةطخلا هاها
اهمفرت
ةياكلا

اهميكحت يرجي ن نيااآ
مسقلا ةباط نا ديدجلا شامفدلا ال اهقيبطت نستيل يرقلا بقتسملا ف ةمااجلا ساجا نا اهدامتلاا
. قيف تلا لا اللها



دلإ ةنجل
ءايزيفلا مسقل ةيساردلا ةطخلا دا

ل املا ةياكب


0
:ةياكلا شاباطتا ةنجل )


0
-

اسيئر واقلا دمحا .د
4
-

ا ضل ديدرم يب .د


ل
ً

4
ءايزيفلا ةطخ ةنجل )
:


0
-

واقلا دمحا .د
اسيئر
4
-

يرغادلا ةااس .



ل
ً
ل
اررقا


3
-

ف ايغلا دامل .د

ضل

ل
ا

2
-

قباص زيزملادبل .د


ل
ا ضل


2
-


ل
ا ضل فطصا ريذ .د
5
-


ل
ا ضل اجملا فيا ناادل .د


5
-


ل
ا ضل نيالأا اللهدبل دمحا .د



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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INGDOM
O
F
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AUDI
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RABIA

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MAM
M
UHAMMAD
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IN
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ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

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EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




4






ةطخلا تاررقمل ماعلا عيزوتلا
ا
ةيساردل

لا مسقل
ءايزيف



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
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I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




5


1
-

General
Requirements:


Credit Hours

Requirements

0
4

University Requirements

4
7

Faculty Requirements

35

Department Requirements

5
6

Concentration Requirements

1
3
2

Total



2
-

Preparatory Year Courses:


Credit Hours

Courses

8

PreCalculus (two Courses)

1

Introd.
to Computer

(two Courses)

18

English (nine Courses)

33

Total



3
-

University Requirements
:


Credit Hours

Courses

4

( نآرس
4

)شاررقا

4

)دحاا ررقا( ديح ت

4

)دحاا ررقا( هقف

4

)دحاا ررقا( ةي بنلا ريسلا

4

)دحاا ررقا( ةيد مسلا ةيبرملا ةكامملا خيرات

4

)دحاا ررقا( برملا ريرحتلا

1
4

Total






ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




6

4
-

Faculty Requirements:


Credit Hours

Courses

3

Introd. to Probability and Statistics

4

Computer Programming (1)

2

General Physics

2

General Chemistry

8

English (three courses)

4

Calculus (1)

2
7

Total

?


5
-

Department Requirements:


Credit Hours

Courses

4

Calculus (1)

4

Calculus (2)

4

Calculus (3)

4

Chemistry (2)

4

Classical Mechanics (1)

4

Waves & Optics

4

Thermodynamics

4

Electricity and Magnetism

3

Modern Physics

35

Total

?
?
?




ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




7





Preparatory
Year



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




8


Preparatory Year Program












Level One

Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

MAT 011

Precal cul us (1)

4

2

0

2


CS
00
1

Introdroduction. to Computing (1)

3

2

2

0


ENG 013

Grammar (1)

2

4

0

0


ENG 014

Listening &
speaking (1)

2

0

4

0


ENG 015

Writing

2

4

0

0


ENG 016

Reading

2

4

0

0


ENG 017

Study Skills

2

4

0

0




17

28


Level Two

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

MAT 012

Precalculus (2)

4

2

0

2

MAT 011

CS 002

Introd. to
Computing (2)

4

3

2

0

CS 001

ENG 021

Grammar (2)

2

4

0

0

ENG 013

ENG 022

Listening & speaking (2)

2

0

4

0

ENG 014

ENG 023

Terminology

2

4

0

0


ENG 024

Vocabulary

2

4

0

0

ENG 017



11

2
5


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




9

B.Sc in
Applied
Physics


Semester One

Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credi t
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequi s i te
s

Co
-
requisite
s

MAT 101

Calculus (1)

4

3

0

2



PHY 101

General Physics (1)

4

3

2

1



CHE 101

General Chemistry (1)

4

3

2

1



ENG
140

English (1)

3

3

1

0



133

دقع

ديحوت

2

2

0

0



101

أرق

( نآرق
1
)

1

1

0

0






18

24




Semester
Two

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

MAT 102

Calculus (2)

4

3

0

2

MAT 101


PHY 105

Classical Mechanics (1)

3

3

0

1

PHY 101


CHE 102

General Chemistry (2)

4

3

2

1

CHE 101


ENG
190

English (2)

3

3

1

0

ENG
140


هقف

200

هقف

2

2

0

0



151

أرق

( نآرق
2
)

1

1

0

0






17

22




Semester
Three

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

PHY 230

Thermal Physics

3

3

0

1

PHY 101,
MAT 101


PHY
250

Modern Physics

3

3

0

1

MAT 10
1
,
PHY 10
1


PHY 281

Thermal Physics &
Mechanics Laboratory

2

0

3

0

PHY 101

PHY 230

MAT 251

Math Software

2

2

2

0

MAT 101


STA 111

Intr. Probability &
Statistics

3

3

1

1

MAT 101


111

هنس

ةيوبنلا ةريسلا

2

2

0

0




201

أرق

( نآرق
3
)

1

1

0

0






16

23




Semester
Four

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

MAT
203

Calculus (3)

4

3

0

2

MAT
102


PHY

220

Electricity &

Magnetism

3

3

0

1

PHY

10
5
,
MAT

102


PHY

240

Waves &
Optics

3

3

0

1

PHY

10
5
,
MAT

10
2


PHY 282

Waves & Optics
Laboratory

2

0

3

0

PHY 101

PHY 240

MAT

221

Intr. Linear Algebra

3

2

0

2

MAT 251


102

بدا

يبرعلا ريرحتلا

2

2

0

0



أرق


251

نآرق
(
4
)

1

1

0

0






18

23





ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




10

Semester
Five

Cours e Code

Cours e
Name

Credi t
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequi s i te
s

Co
-
requisite
s

PHY 333

Mathematical Physics (1)

3

3

0

1

MAT 203


PHY 321

Electromagnetic Fields

3

3

0

1

PHY 220,
MAT 203


PHY 303

Classical Mechanics (2)

3

3

0

1

PHY 105,
MAT 203


PHY 381

Electromagnetism
Laboratory

2

0

3

0

PHY 220

PHY 321

CS 140

Computer Programming
(1)

4

4

2

0






15

21




Semester
Six

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

PHY

33
4

Mathematical Physics

(2)

3

3

0

1

PHY 333


PHY

312

Quantum
Mechanics

3

3

0

1

PHY 303
,
STA 111


PHY

332

Statistical Physics

3

3

0

1

PHY

230,
STA 111


PHY

324

Electronics

3

3

0

1

PHY

220


PHY 382

Electronics Laboratory

2

0

3

0

PHY 381

PHY 324

202

ملع

لاصتلإا تاراهم

2

2

0

0






16

21




Semester
Seven

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

PHY

461

Solid State Physics

4

3

0

2

PHY

312


PHY

462

Atomic Physics

3

3

0

1

PHY

312


PHY

464

Nuclear Physics

3

3

0

1

PHY 312


PHY

436

Computational Physics

3

3

0

1

CS 140,

PHY 334


PHY 481

Solid State Physics &
Modern Physics
Laboratory

2

0

3

0

PHY 382

PHY 461

ENGL
206

Technical Writing

2

2

0

0

ENGL 190





17

22




Semester
Eight

Course Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisite
s

Co
-
requisite
s

PHY
404

Fluid Mechanics

3

3

0

1

PHY

3
03


PHY

4
71

Special Topics in Applied
Physics (
1
)

3

3

0

1

Dependent upon topic

PHY

4
72

Special Topics in Applied
Physics (
2
)

3

3

0

1

Dependent upon topic

PHY

498

Final Year Project

2

X

X

X

PHY 461

PHY 464


151

خرت

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا خيرات

2

2

0

0






13

14




Total
credit hours
:
1
30

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
S
CIENCES

D
EPARTMENT OF
P
HYSICS




11



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


K
INGDOM
O
F
S
AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
-
I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
B
IN
S
AUD

I
SLAMIC
U
NIVERSITY

F
ACULTY

OF
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CIENCES

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Courses Description



ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory Year

Courses




ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

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Preparatory I






Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

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Prerequis ites

MAT 011

Precal cul us (1)

4

2

0

2


CS
00
1

Introd. to Computer Science (1)

3

2

2

0


ENG 013

Grammar (1)

2

4

0

0


ENG 014

Listening & speaking (1)

2

0

4

0


ENG 015

Writing

2

4

0

0


ENG 016

Reading

2

4

0

0


ENG 017

Study Skills

2

4

0

0



17

28


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

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Preparatory I


Precalculus (1)



Objectives:

The aim of the course is to:

-

Provide the students with extended algebraic skills necessary to advance towards the core
curriculum
mathematics course necessary for their major.

-

Introduce the students to the basic concepts of sets, the different sets of numbers, distance
concept in the line.

-

Give the students the skills to simplify algebraic expressions.

-

Familiar students with relation
s and functions.


Syllabus:

-

Notions of set theory
: The set notion, membership, containment and subsets, the
universal set and the complement, union and intersections.

-

Sets of numbers
: Natural numbers and integers, rationals and operations on them,
irrationals and the real numbers, intervals and absolute values.

-

Exponents and Radicals
: Integer Exponents, Rational Exponents, Radicals, and
Scientific Notation.

-

Algebraic expressions
: Algebraic expressions, Operations on algebraic expressions,
Special Pr
oduct Formulas, Factoring, Rational Expressions,

-

Equations and Inequalities:
Linear equations, Quadratic equations, linear inequalities,
quadratic inequalities, equations with absolute value.

-

Algebra of polynomials
: Degree of polynomial, operations on poly
nomials, Euclidean
division and remainder theorem, synthetic division.

-

Functions and their graphs
: Domain and codomain of a function, graphs of functions,
one
-
one and onto functions, the bijection and the inverse functions, linear and quadratic
functions,
Polynomial functions, and Rational functions.

-

Exponential and logarithmic Functions
: Natural and integer exponents, rational
exponents, laws of exponents, logarithms and their laws. The

exponential function. The
natural number
e

and The

exponential functio
n
e
x
. The logarithmic function. The
hyperbolic functions.


References:

-

Precalculus:
Barnett, Ziegler and Byleen , 6
th

ed., McGraw
-
Hill (2006)

-

College Algebra with Trigonometry,
L. Gilbert and J. Gilbert, McGraw
-
Hill (1994).

-

Algebra and Trigonometry,
J.
Stewart, L. Redlin, and S. Watson, 2
nd

ed., Thomson
(2007).

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

MAT

011

Precalculus (1)

4

2

0

2


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Introduction to Computing (1)




Objectives:

This is an introductory course in the first semester of the preparatory year and designed for
beginner students who need enough background and skills to purse their degree in the
College of Computer and Information Sciences. Topics covered are: an overview

of
computers, input methods and output devices, processing data, storage devices, operating
systems, software, networking, Internet resources, and graphics. The students will acquire
skills in dealing with files and folders in Windows environment, word pr
ocessing,
spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations.


Syllabus:

-

The Amazing Computer

-

Interacting With Your Computer

-

Output Devices

-

Processing Data

-

Storing Information In A Computer

-

The Operating System And User Interface

-

Networks And Data Communications

-

T
he Internet And Online Resources

-

Graphics And Multimedia.


References:

-

Introduction to Computers
Peter Norton, 5
th

Edition Peter Norton, Published by
Glencoe/McGraw
-
Hill, a division of the Educational and Professional Publishing Group
of The McGraw
-
Hill Co
mpanies


Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

CS

001

Introduction to Computing
(1)

3

2

2

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Grammar (1)



Objectives:


A large number of the students who have studied English at school are still confused about
the
rules of grammar. Moreover they can't use these rules to speak or write. Therefore this
course is designed to help them master the basics of English grammar. The course aims to:

-

develop the student’s knowledge of the basic structures of English.

-

provide
the student with the criteria that will help him understand English.

-

build the student’s confidence by expressing himself in English without making
unacceptable mistakes.


Syllabus:

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Articles:

definite and indefinite articles.

-

Pronouns:

subject pronouns, ob
ject pronouns.

-

Nouns:

singular & plural, count and non
-
count.

-

Tenses:

Present simple, present progressive, future: will & be going to, past simple, past
progressive, present perfect: for and since.

-

Adjectives:

position in the sentence, comparatives, superl
atives, as…as, not as … as.

-

Adverbs:

adverbs of manner, adverbs of time and place, frequency adverbs.

-

Measure words and quantifie rs:

measure words with count and non
-
count nouns (e.g. a
bottle of, a can of), common quantifiers (e.g. all, most).

-

Questions:

yes/no questions, wh
-
questions, tag questions.

-

Modals:

selected functions of modals (e.g. ability, inability, possibility, requests,
permission, obligation, advice).

-

Relative pronouns:

who, which, and that.

-

Miscellaneous:

demonstratives, possessive adjectives, too and either, used to, too and
very, some and any, possessive 's' and 'of'.


References:

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Fundame ntals of English Grammar
, Azar, B. S., 2003, 3
rd

Edition, New York:
Longman

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Grammar: Form and Function2
, Broukal, Milada and Amy Parker, 2004, USA,
McGraw Hill.

-

Grammarway2
, Dooley, Jenny and Virginia Evans, 2001, UK, Express Publishing

-

Grammar Dimmensions2
, Riggenbach, Heidi and Virginia Samuda, 2000, USA,
Thomson, Heinle

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

ENG

013

Grammar (1)

2

4

0

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Listening and Spea
king (1)




Objectives:


This course is designed for the students who have had little or no exposure to English as
spoken by its native speakers. Students will be able to

-

understand native speakers’ everyday English.

-

use English to express themselves in specific situations.


Syllabus:

-

Listening Skills:

getting the main idea, identifying stressed words, understanding
reduced forms, guessing information from context, listening for numbers, understanding
instructions, recorded messages, directions, recipes, weather reports.

-

Conv
e rsation:

giving personal information, riding the bus, describing clothes, leaving
messages, giving advice, making requests, accepting and refusing invitations, expressing
opinion, agreeing and disagreeing.


References:

-

Inte ractions Access A Listening/Spea
king Book
, Thrush, Emily Austin et al, 2002,
USA, McGraw Hill.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

014

Listening and Speaking (1)

2

0

4

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Writing




Objectives:


This course is designed for the university
students who need the writing skill for their future
academic studies at the colleges where English is used as the medium of instruction. Students
will be able to:

-

write grammatically correct sentences.

-

write topic sentences.

-

use punctuation marks
correctly.

-

use connecting words.

-

develop sentences into paragraphs.


Syllabus:

Subject
-
verb agreement, verb forms (the relationship between main and auxiliary verbs), verb
tense, Pronoun (number and case), position of adjectives and adverbs in the sentence
, topic
sentences, editing, organizing their ideas, punctuation marks, conjunctions, supporting
examples, writing paragraphs.


References:

-

GET READY TO WRITE
, Blanchard, Karen and Christine Root, 1998, USA, Addison
Wesley Longman.

-

Inte ractions One A Writin
g Process Book
, Segal, Margaret Keenan, and Cheryl Pavlik,
2002, USA, McGraw
-
Hill.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

015

Writing

2

4

0

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Reading




Objectives:


This course aims to equip the

students who have recently joined the university with some
reading skills that will help them in their future academic studies. Students will be able to:

-

select reading material that is appropriate to their level.

-

enjoy what they read on their own.

-

read
faster.

-

recognize the main idea.

-

make inferences and draw conclusions.

-

improve their reading comprehension



Syllabus:

-

Reading comprehension skills:

Scanning, skimming, identifying specific details,
understanding grammatical clues: subject, verb, pronoun,
etc., inference, comparisons.

-

Reading assignments:

selected texts (e.g. simplified short stories or scientific texts from
junior encyclopedias) are given to the students as home assignments and discussed in
class later.

-

Reading for Pleasure:

students are a
cquainted with graded readers which they learn to
choose and read to enjoy and to improve their vocabulary.


References:

-

Reading Powe r
, Mickulecky, Beatrice S. and Linda Jeffries, 1998, USA, Addison
Wesley Longman.

-

THOUGHTS & Notions
, Lee, Linda and Barbara Bushby, 2000, USA, Heinle & heinle.

-

SELECT READINGS
, Lee, Linda and Erik Gunderson, 2004, USA, Oxford University
Press.

-

Skillful Reading
, Sonka, L.Amy, 1981, USA, Prentice Hall Regents.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

016

Reading

2

4

0

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I


Study Skills



Objectives:


This course aims to equip the students who have recently joined the university with some
skills that are necessary for them at university in
general, and in the departments where
English is the medium of instruction in particular. Students will be able to:

-

use both paper and digital forms of monolingual (English
-
English) dictionaries.

-

to be self
-
reliant in acquiring new vocabulary.

-

learn the c
orrect way to use the keyboard and to gain typing speed independently.

-

learn the essential uses of Microsoft Word and how to deal with computer files.

-

use the Internet search engines effectively.

-

learn some useful library
-
related skills.


Syllabus:

-

Dictionary skills:

Extracting information about: word definitions, parts of speech,
pronunciation, grammar, usage, alternative spelling, British and American equivalents,
syllable stress, antonyms, synonyms, phrasal verbs, idioms, the meaning of a word in
context.

-

Vocabulary:

the common irregular verbs (at least 60 verbs); topics (e.g. the family,
weather); word parts (e.g. prefixes); expressions with prepositions (e.g. interested in);
prepositional phrases (e.g. at home); phrasal verbs; abbreviations.

-

Keyb
oarding:

using both hands, home keys, letters of the upper row, letters of the lower
row, function keys, how to use a typing program to gain speed independently.

-

The Word program:

setting up a page, selecting and deselecting a text, changing font
and size,

copying, cutting and pasting, saving a file.

-

General skills:

making a study timetable, understanding library catalog cards and call
numbers, understanding the front and back matter of a book, understanding footnotes and
bibliographies.

-

The Internet:

using

search engines on the Internet as a source of information, saving on
-
line files.


References:

-

Englis h Vocabulary in Use, Elementary
, McCarthy, Michael and Felicity O'Dell, 1999,
UK, University of Cambridge.

-

A Study skills Handbook
, Mike and Glenda Smith,

1990, UK, Oxford Univ. Press.

-

Elementary Vocabulary
, Thomas, B J, 1990, England, Longman.

-

Study Skills for Students of English
, Yorkey, Richard C., 1982, USA, McGraw
-
Hill.

-

The Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
, 2003, England, Longman.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

017

Study Skills

2

4

0

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory II







Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

MAT 012

Precal cul us (2)

4

2

0

2

MAT 011

CS 002

Introd. to Computer Sci ence (2)

4

3

2

0

CS 001

ENG 021

Grammar (2)

2

4

0

0

ENG 013

ENG 022

Li s teni ng & s peaki ng (2)

2

0

4

0

ENG 014

ENG 023

Termi nol ogy

2

4

0

0


ENG 024

Vocabul ary

2

4

0

0

ENG 017


11

2
5


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I
I


Precalculus (2)




Objectives:

The
aim of the course is to:

-

Cover more advanced precalculus skills to complete MAT 011.

-

Give a firm grasp of Trigonometry and Complex Numbers.

-

Familiarize with basic concepts of simple sequences and series

-

Provide the basic methods of proof.

-

Familiarize with

basic operations on simple matrices and determinants.

-

Be familiar with conic sections


Syllabus:

-

Complex numbers
: The set of complex numbers and operations on them, the geometric
representation and the polar form of a complex number, complex roots and De

Moivre's
theorem.

-

Trigonometry:

The unit circle in the Cartesian plane, radian and degree measures of an
angle, sine, cosine, and other trigonometric ratio of an angle, trigonometric functions and
their graphs, trigonometric identities and trigonometric e
quations, inverse trigonometric
functions .

-

Sequences and Series:
Finite sequences. Arithmetic and geometric sequences and their
sums. Infinite sequences. Convergence and divergence of Infinite sequences.
Mathematical Induction. Definition of sequences re
cursively.

-

Introduction to Methods of proof:
Quantifiers,

Direct proof, Indirect proof, Proof by
Contradiction, and Counterexamples.

-

Matrices and determinants
: Matrices (up to
3

x
3
). Basic operations. Determinants and
Cramer’s rule.

-

Conic Sections:
Parab
ola. Ellipse. Hyperpola.
Translation of axes.


References:

-

Precalculus:
Barnett, Ziegler and Byleen , 6
th

ed., McGraw
-
Hill (2006)

-

College Algebra with Trigonometry,
L. Gilbert and J. Gilbert, McGraw
-
Hill (1994).

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

MAT

012

Precalculus (2)

4

2

0

2

MAT 011

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory II


Introduction to Computing
(2)




Objectives:

This is an advanced introductory course in the second semester of the preparatory year and
designed for students who need advanced skills to pursue their degree in the College of
Computer and Information Sciences. Topics covered are: an introduction to net
works and
Internet, the need for data security and protection, database management systems,
programming languages, and system analysis and design, problem solving and programming,
logic structures, an introduction to flowcharts, and functions. The students

will acquire skills
in The Linux operating system, Open Office, internet browsers and email clients, Latex, and
other Linux open source applications.


Syllabus:

-

Introduction to Computing:

Application Software: Presentation Programs And
Databases, Develop
ment Of Information Systems, Software Programming And
Development, Living With Computers.

-

Proble m Solving:

General Problem
-
Solving Concepts, Beginning Problem
-
Solving
Concepts for the Computer, Programming Concepts, An Introduction to Programming
Structure
,
Problem Solving with the Sequential Logic Structure, Problem Solving with
Decisions, Problem Solving with Loop.

-

Labs:
Introduction to Linux: Linux Installation, Linux's File system, Linux Commands.
Introduction to Open Office, Introduction to Internet Br
owsers, Introduction to Email
Clients, Introduction to Latex, Introduction to Linux Applications.


References:

-

Introduction to Computers.
Peter Norton, 5
th

Edition Peter Norton, Published by
Glencoe/McGraw
-
Hill, a division of the Educational and Profession
al Publishing Group
of The McGraw
-
Hill Companies

-

Problem Solving and Programming Concepts,

7
th

Edition Maureen Sprankle Publisher:
Prentice Hall

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

CS

002

Introduction to Computing
(2)

4

4

4

0

CS 001

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory II


Grammar (2)




Objectives:


This course is a continuation of ENGL. 013. Therefore, it gives in
-
depth information about
some of the grammar topics previously studied in ENGL. 013 and adds more topics not dealt
with before. The course
aims to:

-

develop the student’s knowledge of most of the English structures.

-

provide the student with the criteria that will help him understand English.

-

build the student’s confidence by expressing himself in English without making
unacceptable mistakes.


Syllabus:


-

Articles:

uses of the definite article 'the', absence of articles before nouns.

-

Pronouns:

reflexive pronouns, possessive pronouns.

-

Nouns:

nouns that are always plural, nouns that are always singular, pair nouns,
collective nouns, the relationshi
p between the noun as a subject and its verb.

-

Tenses:

quick revision of the tenses studied in ENGL. 013, present perfect progressive,
past perfect.

-

Adjectives:

revision of the adjective lessons studied in ENGL. 013, 'much', 'far', and 'a
little bit' in com
paratives, superlatives, participial adjectives.

-

The Passive:

tenses in the passive: (present simple, past simple, present perfect, present
progressive, modals in passive constructions.

-

Modals:

would rather, had better, more functions of modals (e.g. certa
inty, probability,
deduction, offers).

-

Relative clauses:

the adjectival function of relative clauses.

-

Conditionals:

all types.

-

Infinitives and Gerunds
.

-

Quoted and Reported Speech
.


References:

-

Fundame ntals of English Grammar
, Azar, B. S., 2003, 3
rd

Edition, New York:
Longman.

-

Grammar: Form and Function2
, Broukal, Milada and Amy Parker, 2004, USA,
McGraw Hill.

-

Grammarway2
, Dooley, Jenny and Virginia Evans, 2001, UK, Express Publishing.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

ENG

021

Grammar (2)

2

4

0

0

ENGL. 013

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Grammar Dimme nsions2
, Riggenbach, Heidi and Virginia Samuda, 2000
, USA,
Thomson, Heinle.

-

Grammar Dimmensions3
, Thewlis, H. Stephen, 2000, USA, Heinle & Heinle.

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory II


Listening and Speaking (2)




Objectives:


This high beginning listening and speaking course is a continuation of ENG 014. The course
aims at

-

developing students' listening comprehension.

-

making students more self
-
confident when they use English for communication
purposes.

-

encouraging students to practice listening independently.


Syllabus:

-

Listening Skills:

getting the main idea, identifying stressed words, understanding
reduced forms, guessing information from context,

s endings,

ed endings, can and can't
and t
eens and tens, taking notes

-

Conve rsation:

summarizing key points of a speech/story, describing seasons, discussing
sports, comparing eating habits, describing recipes, comparing big cities and small towns,
asking for/giving directions, describing a neighbo
rhood, renting an apartment, making
appointments with a doctor

-

Home assignments:

Students are given home assignments from a tape/CD which
contains recorded passages and/or simple short stories. Then oral or written quizzes can
be given to check these home
assignments in class.


References:

-

Inte ractions One A Listening/Speaking Skills Book,
Tanka, Judith and Paul Most,
2002, USA, McGraw Hill.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

022

Listening and Speaking (2)

2

0

4

0

ENG 014

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I
I


Terminology




Objectives:


This course is designed for the students who are prepared to study at the College of Computer
Science

and Information Technology. The course equips such students with the computer
terminology necessary for them in their future academic studies. This course is expected to :

-

provide students with the computer terminology they need.

-

enhance the students' re
ading comprehension through scientific texts.

-

practice using language structures through sentences with scientific content.

-

listen to lectures and dialogues related to the field of computing.


Syllabus:

-

Reading:

scientific texts and exercises that develop

students' comprehension

-

Vocabulary:

computer terminology in different kinds of vocabulary exercises such as
gap
-
filling, matching, cross
-
word puzzles, completing charts and tables

-

Listening:

lectures and dialogs on computing, practicing note
-
taking, havi
ng group
discussions


References:

-

Infotech,

Santiago and Remach Esteras, 2003, UK, Cambridge University Press

-

English for Computer Sciences Intermediate Level,

Mazyad, Suleiman,

-

More Reading Powe r
, Mickulecky, Beatrice S. and Linda Jeffries, 1996, USA,
Addison
Wesley Longman.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

023

Terminology

2

4

0

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Preparatory I
I


Vocabulary




Objectives:


This course is designed for the students who have acquired a considerable
amount of
elementary level vocabulary and learnt how to use an English
-
English dictionary. Such
students should be ready now to develop their knowledge of English vocabulary through a
course that will take them gradually from the elementary level to the i
ntermediate level.
Students are expected to:

-

master at least 100 irregular verbs

-

be able to speak about more topics other than the ones studied in ENG
017

-

expand their knowledge of word paradigms

-

acquire new vocabulary items independently

-

expand their
repertoire of vocabulary


Syllabus:

-

Irregular verbs:

Revising the irregular verbs studied in ENG
017

and studying more
irregular verbs

-

Topics:

studying further topics and learning more vocabulary items about topics studied
in ENG
017
.

-

Word Building:

Studyi
ng more suffixes and prefixes and practicing word formation

-

Miscellaneous:

collocations, confused words, formal words, slang and colloquial words,
abbreviations, newspaper headlines, classified ads, British and American equivalents,
phrasal verbs, idioms

-

D
ictionary Practice:

using dictionaries in class to find out the meanings of words in
context and to be more familiar with the dictionary used in ENG
017
.


References:

-

Practice Vocabulary
, Broukal, Milada,

-

Englis h Vocabulary in Use
, McCarthy, Michael and Felicity O'Dell, 1996, USA,
Cambridge University Press.

-

Intermediate Vocabulary,
Thomas, BJ, 1986, England, Longman.



Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG

024

Vocabulary

2

4

0

0

ENG 017

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Level One







Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

MAT
101

Calculus (1)

4

3

0

2


PHY 101

General Physics

(1)

4

3

2

1


CHE

101

General Chemistry

(1)

4

3

2

1


ENG
140

English (1)

3

3

1

0


133

دقع

ديحوت

2

2

0

0


101

أرق

( نآرق
1
)

1

1

0

0



18

2
4


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Level
O
ne


Calculus (1)



Objectives
:

-

To provide basics of calculus.

-

To get the intuitive knowledge of limits and continuity of a function.

-

To be able to find and interpret the derivative of elementary functions.

-

To be able find
and interpret the integral of elementary functions.


Syllabus:

-

Limits and Continuity:

A Brief Preview of Calculus: Tangent Lines and the Length of a
Curve, The Concept of Limit, Computation of Limits, Continuity and its Consequences ,
The Method of Bisections, Limits Involving Infinity, Asymptotes, Formal Definition of
the Limit, Exploring

the Definition of Limit Graphically.

-

Differentiation:

Tangent Lines and Velocity, The Derivative, Numerical Differentiation,
Computation of Derivatives: The Power Rule, Higher Order Derivatives, The Product and
Quotient Rules, The Chain, Derivatives of Tr
igonometric Functions, Derivatives of
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Implicit Differentiation and Inverse
Trigonometric Functions, The Mean Value Theorem.

-

Applications of Differentiation:

Indeterminate Forms and L’Hopital’s Rule, Maximum
and Minimu
m Values, Increasing and Decreasing Functions, Concavity and the Second
Derivative Test, Overview of Curve Sketching, Optimization, Related Rates.

-

Integration Techniques:

Antiderivatives, Integration by Substitution, Review of
Formulas and Techniques, Inte
gration by Parts, Trigonometric Techniques of Integration,
Integrals Involving Powers of Trigonometric Functions, Trigonometric Substitution,
Integration of Rational Functions Using Partial

Fractions, Brief Summary of Integration
Techniques, Integration Ta
bles.


References:

-

Calculus, Early Transcendental Functions
, Robert

Smith, Roland

Minton, McGraw
-
Hill Science Engineering, 2007.

-

Calculus
, O. Swokowski, et al, PWS Pub. Co.; 6
th

edition (1994).

-

Calculus Early Transcendentals
, C. Henry Edwards, David E. Pen
ney, Prentice Hall,
2008.

-

Schaum's

Outline of Calculus
,
Elliott Mendelson, Frank Ayres, McGraw
-
Hill, 1999.


Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

MAT

101

Calculus (1)

4

3

0

2


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Level
O
ne


General Physics

(1)



Objectives:


Students will develop an understanding of some of the fundamental laws of nature and their
mathematical representation.


Syllabus:

-

Motion in one dimension: Displacement, velocity and acceleration, one dimensional
motion with constant
acceleration, freely falling objects.

-

Vectors: Vector and scalar quantities, some properties of vectors, components of a vector
and unit vectors.

-

The laws of motion: the concept of force, Newton’s first law, Newton’s second law, the
force of gravity and w
eight, Newton’s third law, some applications of Newton’s laws,
forces of friction. Newton’s second law applied to uniform and nonuniform circular
motion.

-

Work and kinetic energy: the scalar product of two vectors, work done by a constant
force, kinetic ene
rgy and
the work
-
kinetic energy theorem
.

-

Potential energy and conservation of energy: Potential energy, conservative and non
conservative forces, conservative forces and potential energy, conservation of mechanical
energy, work done by nonconservative forc
es.

-

Direct Current:

electric current
,
resistance and resistivity
,
Ohm's law
,
connection of
resistors
,
electric energy and power
,

Kirchhof
f’s laws
.

-

the Magnetic field
,
magnetic force acting on a current carrying conductor
,
torque on a
current loop in a
uniform magnetic field
,
motion of a charged particle in a uniform
magnetic field, applications involving charged particles moving in a

magnetic field
.


References:

-

Physics for Scientists and Engineers (with modern physics)

by Raymond A. Serway, and
John W
. Jewett


Brooks Cole


6
th

Edition (July 21, 2003)

-

Physics for scientists and engineers with modern physics Randall D. Knight, (December,
2003)

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

PHY

101

General Physics

(1)

4

3

2

1


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Level
O
ne


General Chemistry

(1)



Objectives:


The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with the basic principles and
concepts of Inorganic Chemistry.


Syllabus:

-

A
A
t
t
o
o
m
m
i
i
c
c
,
,


m
m
o
o
l
l
e
e
c
c
u
u
l
l
e
e


&
&


i
i
o
o
n
n
s
s
:
:

The atomic theory, the structure of the atom, Atomic number, Masse
number and Isotopes, the periodic table, Molecules and ions, Chemical formulas, Naming
compounds

-

M
M
a
a
s
s
s
s
e
e


R
R
e
e
l
l
a
a
t
t
i
i
o
o
n
n
s
s
h
h
i
i
p
p
s
s


i
i
n
n


c
c
h
h
e
e
m
m
i
i
c
c
a
a
l
l


r
r
e
e
a
a
c
c
t
t
i
i
o
o
n
n
s
s
: Atomic mass, Avogadro’s number and molar mass,
M
olecular mass, chemical reaction and chemical equations, Amounts of reaction and reactants
and products, Limiting reagents

-

R
R
e
e
a
a
c
c
t
t
i
i
o
o
n
n


i
i
n
n


a
a
q
q
u
u
e
e
o
o
u
u
s
s


s
s
o
o
l
l
u
u
t
t
i
i
o
o
n
n
s
s
:
:

General proprieties of aqueous solutions, Acid
-
Base reactions,
Concentration solutions, Gravimetric An
alysis, Acid Base Titrations.

-

G
G
a
a
s
s
e
e
s
s
:
:

Substance that exist as Gases, Pressure of a Gas; The Gas Laws, The ideal gas equation,
Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures; The kinetic molecular theory of gases.

-

C
C
h
h
e
e
m
m
i
i
c
c
a
a
l
l


K
K
i
i
n
n
e
e
t
t
i
i
c
c
s
s
:
:

The rate of reactio
n, the rate Law, Activation Energy and temperature
dependence of rate constants, reaction mechanisms, Catalysis.

-

C
C
h
h
e
e
m
m
i
i
c
c
a
a
l
l


e
e
q
q
u
u
i
i
l
l
i
i
b
b
r
r
i
i
u
u
m
m
:
:

The concept of equilibrium, equilibrium constants, Factors that affect
chemical Equilibrium.

-

T
T
h
h
e
e
r
r
m
m
o
o
d
d
y
y
n
n
a
a
m
m
i
i
c
c
s
s
:
:

First Law: S
tate functions, change in enthalpy, work and heat, Enthalpy of
chemical reactions, Calorimetry, Second Law: Entropy, Gibbs free energy, Free energy and
chemical equilibrium


References:

-

General Chemistry, The essential Concepts Fifth Edition, Raymond
CHANG, McGraw
Hill international Edition 2008.

-

Chemistry Ninth Edition, Raymond CHANG, Williams College

McGraw Hill, Higher
Education

-

Fundamentals of Chemistry, Fifth Edition, Goldberg, McGraw Hill international Edition.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Course Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequisites

CHE

101

General Chemistry

(1)

4

3

2

1


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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Level One


English (1)




Objectives:


This is an intermediate English course that integrates language skills. It is designed for the
students who should refine their command of
English after completing their elementary stage
in learning the different language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in addition
to grammar. Students will be able to:

-

have in
-
depth information about grammar topics previously studied in les
s detail

-

use selected grammar constructions communicatively

-

write paragraphs of different kinds

-

understand passages of intermediate difficulty

-

understand dialogs/lectures by native speakers


Syllabus:

-

Grammar:

Nouns:(articles, possessives, plurals); adjectives:(comparative and superlative
adjectives, so and such) the present tenses (present simple and continuous tenses, the
present perfect); the past tenses (past simple and Continuous, the past perfect); the f
uture
(present continuous, going to, future simple, present simple, future perfect); verbs and
expressions followed by gerunds; verbs and expressions followed by infinitives; the
passive; causative have

-

Reading:

comprehension passages of intermediate leve
l, computer
-
related texts

-

Writing:

topic sentences, descriptive paragraphs, narrative paragraphs

-

Listening:

listening to dialogs and lectures by native speakers, note
-
taking

-

Speaking:

practicing guided conversation (pair work), having group discussions of

selected topics


References:

First:

Integrated Course Books

-

First Certificate Gold
,
Achlam, Richard with Sally Burgess, 2003, Longman.

-

Inte ractions 2 Integrated Skills Edition Intermediate
,
Baker, Lida, R et al, 2003, USA,
McGraw Hill.

-

Meanings into
Words intermediate
,
Doff, Adrian, Christopher Jones and Keith
Mitchell, 1983, UK, Cambridge University Press.

Course
Code

Course
Num.

Cours e Name

Credit
Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

ENG


140

English (1)

3

3

1

0


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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INGDOM
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AUDI
A
RABIA

A
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MAM
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-

Grammar in Action (Book3) an Integrated Course Book in English
,
Foley, Barbara
H.

and Elizabeth R Neblett, 1998
, USA, Heinle & Heinle Publishers.

-

Advance with English Book3
,
Howe, D H and G McArthur, 1993, UK, Oxford
University Press.

Second:

Grammar Books to be drawn on for additional grammar topics.

-

Grammar Form and Function (Book2/Book3)
,
Broukal, Milada and Amy Parker,
2004, USA, McGraw
-
Hill.

-

G
rammar Dimensions (Book2/Book3)
,
Riggenbach, Heidi Virginia Samuda, 2000,
USA, Heinle, Thomson Learning, Inc.

-

Grammar Practice for Intermediate Students
,
Walker, Elaine and Steve Elsworth,
2000, England, Longman.


ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

ةيملاسلإا

ةيلك
لا
مولع

ءايزيفلا مسق


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INGDOM
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F
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AUDI
A
RABIA

A
L
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I
MAM
M
UHAMMAD
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Level One


ديحوت


تابلطتم
ةقباس

نيرامت

يلمع

ةرضاحم

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:ررقملا فادهأ

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.بلاطلا س ف ف ةلامجلاا ةنسلا ه ديقل خيسرت

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.ةلامجلاا ةنسلا ه دنل قاتلا رداصا لاطلا كاردإ

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ال نيدلا ل ص ةفرممب هللاقتسا لدلا ، قملا ةلزنا لاطلا ةفرما

. يصفتلا

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.هلا ا ،هتلزناا ،هتلد ا ،ديح تلا نما لاطلا مهف

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.كلذ عا ا ،رفكلاا قافنلاا كريلا نا ديح تلا داضي امل لاطلا ةفرما

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.كلذ راثآا ،ةكئلاملاب ناميلإا نممل لاطلا كاردإ

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يركلا نآرقلا ظفحا ،ةقباسلا تكلا فيرحت ةلد كاردإا ، تكلاب دارملاب لاطلا فيرمت


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. بنلا شابثإ ئعدا ،ةلاسرلاا بنلا ةقيقح ةفرما نا لاطلا نيكمت

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.للاسلاا لاصلا هيال دمحا انيب صخي ااا ،عامجإ لاركلا سرلاب ناميلإا ل هفا لاطلا كاردإ

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.امهااكح ا ءاربلاا ءع لا ل هفمب لاطلا لاملإ


:ررقملا تادرفم

-

:نمضتيو ديهمتلا

-

اهفيرمت ، ديقملا
.اهتيمه ا

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.مهدنل داقتلعا ف قاتلا رداصا ،مهصئاصخ مه ،مهباقل :تيح نا ةلامجلاا ةنسلا هأب فيرمتلا

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:ماسا هيال الله اص هل سرا لامت هـال مياستلا

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.نيتداهيلا ضتقا ه ا ،ص صنال مياستلا

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ا لدالا ،للااسلإا ف هرادا قملا ةلزنا نايبا ، قنلاا قملا نيب ضرامتلا ف
ةافرما اف هتيللاقتاس
.نيدلا ل ص

-

ا
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.داقتلعا ئاسا ف داحلآا ريخ ةيجح

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.ماسا هيال هـالا اص ل سرلا هب ءاج امل ةيايصفتلاا ةيلامجلإا ةفرمملا مكح

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.ةحيحصلا ديقملا نل فارح عا بابس

-

:ناميلإا لوصأ

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.اهب ناميلإا مكحا ،اهتلد ،اهب دارملا

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قرفلاا ،ثلاالا نيدلا تارا
.اهنيب

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:هـللاب ناميلإا :لولأا لصلأا

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.ديح تلا ةيريبلا ف صلأا ن نايبا ،هيف ةنسلا ه جهناا ،ع م ةلد ا ،هلا :ديح تلا

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.اهضسا ،اهطار ،اه امر ،اهانما :)هـالا عإ هلإ ع(

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. اايلا اها هفاا ،اهلا ،اهانما : دابملا

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

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،اهتافيرمت :قافنلاا كريلاا رفكلا
.اهنا رذحلا ب جاا ،اهلا

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.نيدلا نا امهتلزناا ،امها هفا :ءاربلاا ءع لا

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.هتافصا لامت هـالا ءامس ف دلا س

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:ةكئلاملاب ناميلإا :يناثلا لصلأا

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.هتارمثا ،هتلد ا ،ةكئلاملاب ناميلإا هنمضتي اا

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.كلذ ةلد ا ،هب ا اما ااا ،ةكئلاملا عا

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:بتكلاب ناميلإا :ثلاثلا لصلأا

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.ةلدلأا اا ، تكلاب ناميلإا هنمضتي اا

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.هلا ا ،هب دارملا : ح لا

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.ميركلا نآرقلاب اهخس ا ،ةقباسلا تكلا فيرحت

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.ق اخا ريغ عزنا لامت هـالا للام ه ما ،ميركلا نآرقلا

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.ميركلا نآرقال لامت هـالا ظفح

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:لسرلاب ناميلإا :عبارلا لصلأا

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.ةلاسرلاا بنلا فيرمت

-

هنمضتي اا

. سرلاب ناميلإا

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.اهنيب قرفلاا ،شاداملا قرا خ عا ا ، بنلا ئعد

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. سرلا نا لزملا لاأب دارملا

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عابتاا هتبحاا هتلاطا هقيدصت ب جاا ،للاسلاا لاصلا هيال دمحا انيبنب ناميلإا

.هلر

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لاصلا هيال دمحا انيب صئاصخا ،للاسلاا لاصلا مهيال ءايب لأا صئاصخ

.للاسلاا

-

ايب
.ةيب برلا ف نمطلا لزاتسي ةيدمحملا ةلاسرلا راك إ ن


:عجارملا

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،داقتعلاا حيحص ىلإ داشرلإا

.ناز فلا حلاص خييال

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،ةيواحطلا ةديقعلا حرش

..ناز فلا حلاص

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،ىنسحلا هئامسأو الله تافص يف ىلثملا دعاوقلا

.نيميال نب دمحا خييال

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،لوبقلا جراعم

. مكحلا ظفاح خييال

ةيدوعسلا ةيبرعلا ةكلمملا

دوعس نب دمحم ماملإا ةعماج

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ررقملا فادهأ
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.نحالا نا ةملاس ةحيحص ءارس ميركلا نآرقلا ءارس ال لاطلا دي مت

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.هتيقب ظفحل
ل
احاتفا ن كي لامت هـالا باتم نا ردس ظفح

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ميامت
. الاتلا نيح اهقيبطتا دي جتلا لاكح لاطلا

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. راهطب عإ فحصملا سا لدلا هلامس ا نآرقلا ءارس دنل بدلأا الارا ال لاطلا تح

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هرجه نا يهرتلاا نآرقلا ءارس نا رااملإاب لاطلا يغرت


:تادرفملا

الاتلا
.]سانلا[ ر س رخآ لإ ]شارجحلا[ ر س لا نا :

ظفحلا
ءزجلا :
.
ل
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Level Two






Cours e Code

Cours e Name

Credit

Hours

Lec

Lab

Tut

Prerequis ites

MAT
102

Calculus (2)

4

3

0

2

MAT
101

PHY

10
5

Classical Mechanics (1)

3

3

0

1

PHY

101

CHE

102

General Chemistry (2)

4

3

2

1

CHE

101

ENG
190

English (2)

3

3

1

0

ENG
140

هقف

200

هقف

2

2

0

0


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1
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Level Two


Classical Mechanics (1)



Objectives:

To
increase the students understanding of the motion of objects through space and time that are
applicable to every day situations