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Princess Sumaya University

for Technology

King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

Bachelor Degree

In

Electronics

Engineering

Curriculum

Starting
Academic Year

20
11

/

20
1
2



ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

1

Bachelor in
Electronics

Engineering

Curriculum

Curriculum Composition

University Requirements

2
7

16.9

%

College Requirements

3
0

18.8

%

Department
Requirements

10
3

64.4

%

Total

160

100

%


Course Numbering System

D5

D4

D3

D2

D1

Where:

Digit

Description

Details

D1

Serial Number

Within the area

D2

Area

1.

General Engineering

2.

General
Electrical Engineering

3.

Electronics

4.

Computers

5.

Communication

6.

Power
&
Machines

7.

Control &
Specialized Topics

8.

Technical
Electives

9.

Senior

Project

and Training

D3

Level (Year)


D4

Academic
Program

1.

Electronics Engineering

2.

Computer Engineering

3.

Communications
Engineering

4.

Electrical Power & Energy

D5

College

1.

King Hussein
Faculty
of

Computing Sciences

2.

King Abdullah II
Faculty
of
Engineering

3.

King Talal
Faculty
of
Business

& Technology

ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

2

1.

University Requirements (2
7

Credit Hours):

a.

Mandatory courses (
12

credit hours):

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

11000

Computer Skills Placement Test

0



11100

Computer Skills (Remedial)
(1)

0

̶

31010

Arabic Language Placement Test

0



31019

Arabic Language (Remedial)
(2)

0



31020

English
Language Placement Test

0



31029

English Language (Remedial)
(2)

0

̶

31111

Arabic Language

3

31019

31121

English Language

3

31029

31151

National Education
(Jordanian Students)

(
3
)

3



31251

Military Science (Jordanian Students Only)
(
4
)

3

̶

(1)

Students who pass the placement test successfully or obtain the ICDL certification
are exempted from this remedial course.

(2)

Students who pass the placement test successfully are exempted from taking this
remedial course.

(
3
)

Non Jordanian
s
tudents may c
hoose to take it or any other
University E
lective
course
instead.


(
4
)

Non Jordanian students may choose

to take
, in lieu of this course, any other
University Elective
course.

ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

3

b.

Elective Courses (
15

credit hours):

1.

Humanities (3

to
6

credit hours
)

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

31152

Islamic
Arabic
Civilization

3



31211

Arabic Literature

3

31111

31351

Contemporary
Issues in the Arab World

3



31352

Jerusalem: History and facts

3



2.

Social and Economic Sciences (
3 to 6 credit hours
)

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

31161

Introductions to Library Science

3



31261

Introductions to Politics and Economics

3



31262

Introductions to Educational Science

3



31361

Introductions to Philosophy

3



3.

Science, Technology,
Agriculture and Health (
3 to 6 credit hours
)

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

11201

Geographic Information Systems

(GIS)

3



31171

History of Science

3



31271

Environmental Science

3



31371

Health Education

3



ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

4

2.

College Requirements
(3
0

credit hours):

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

(* Co
-
requisite)

11103

Structured Programming

3

11100

11151

Structured Programming Lab

1

11103*

24218

Engineering Drawing Using Computers

1



24219

Engineering Workshop

1



24411

Engineering Ethics

1

99 Cr. Hrs.

31132

Calculus (1)

3



31133

Calculus (2)

3

31132

31141

Physics (1)

3



31142

Physics (2)

3

31141

31148

Physics (1) Lab

1

31141
*

31149

Physics (2) Lab

1


31142
*

31231

Calculus (3)

3

31133

31263

Technical Writing &
Communication Skills

3

31111, 31121

32431

Engineering Economics

3



ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

5

3.

Department Requirements (
10
3

credit hours):

a.

Mandatory Courses (
94

credit hours):

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

(* Co
-
requisite)

21231

Electronics (1)

3

24221

21331

Electronics (2)

3

21231

21332

Digital Electronics

3

21331

21338

Electronics Lab

1

24229, 21331
*

21339

Digital Electronics Lab

1

21338, 21332
*

21431

Communications Electronics

3

21331, 23353

21432

Optical Electronics

3

21331

21439

Communications
Electronics Lab

1

21338, 21431*

21490

Engineering Training

3

99 Cr. Hrs.

21531

VLSI Circuits

3

21332

21572

Industrial Electronics

3

24471

21579

Industrial Electronics Lab

1

21338, 21572*

21591

Senior Project (1)

1

120 Cr. Hrs.

21592

Senior Project
(2)

2

21591

22241

Digital Logic Design

3



2234
4

Microprocessors

3

22241

2234
7

Logic &
Microprocessors
Lab

1

2234
4
*

22442

Embedded Systems

3

2234
4

23351

Signals and Systems

3

24222, 31232,
23352*

23352

Programming Applications in Signals and Systems

1

23351*

23353

Analog

Communications

3

23351

23451

Digital Communications

3

23353, 31334

23459

Communications Lab

1

21338, 23451
*

23571

Digital

Signal

Processing

3

23351

24221

Electric Circuits (1)

3

31142

24222

Electric Circuits (2)

3

24221

24229

Electric Circuits Lab

1

24222
*

24321

Applied Electromagnetics

3

31142, 31331

ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

6

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

(* Co
-
requisite)

24322

Instruments & Measurements

3

21231

24329

Instruments & Measurements

Lab

1

24229, 24322*

2
4
46
4

Electric Machines
& Power Systems

3

24222, 24321

24471

Automatic Control

3

23351

24479

Automatic Control Lab

1

24471*

24561

Power Electronics

3

21331

31232

Engineering Mathematics (1)

3

31133

31234

Linear Algebra

3

31133

31331

Engineering Mathematics (2)

3

31231, 31232

31333

Numerical Analysis

3

31133

31334

Applied
Probability

3

31232

b.

Elective Courses (
9

credit hours):

Course
No.

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Prerequisite

(* Co
-
requisite)

11206

Object Oriented Programming

3

11103

21533

RF Microelectronics

3

21331, 23353

21534

Mixed Signal IC Design

3

21331

21535

Solid State Electronics

3

21231

2153
6

Analog IC Design

3

21331

21573

Image Processing

3

23351

21574

Medical Electronics

3

21331

21444

Computer Architecture & Organization (1)

3

22241

24573

Digital Control

3

24471

21581

Special Topics in Electronics
Engineering

3

To be set by Dept.

22581

Special Topics in Computer Engineering

3

To be set by Dept.

23581

Special Topics in Communication Eng.

3

To be set by Dept.

24581

Special Topics in Power Engineering

3

To be set by Dept.


ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

7

Bachelor in

Electronics Engineering

Curriculum

Course Distribution

General Math & Electricity

Electronics

Communication

Computers

Power, Machines
,

Control

No.

Course Title

Cr

No.

Course Title

Cr

No.

Course Title

Cr

No.

Course Title

Cr

No.

Course Title

Cr

24221

Electri
c Circuits
(1)

3

21231

Electronics (1)

3

23351

Signals and
Systems

3

22241

Digital Logic
Design

3

24464

Electric Machines &
Power Systems

3

21331

Electronics (2)

3

24222

Electric Circuits
(2)

3

21332

Digital
Electronics

3

23352

Programming
Applications in
Signals &
Systems

1

22341

Microprocessors

3

24471

Automatic
Control

3

22347

Logic &
Microprocessors
Lab

1

24479

Automatic Control
Lab

1

24229

Electric Circuits
Lab

1

21338

Electronics Lab

1

21339

Digital
Electronics Lab

1

2
4
561

Power Electronics

3

24321

Applied
Electromagnetics

3

23353

Analog

Communications

3

22442

Embedded
Systems

3




21431

Communications
Electronics

3




24322

Instruments &
Measurements

3

23451

Digital
Communications

3







21432

Optical
Electronics

3







24329

Instruments &
Measurements
Lab

1

23459

Communications
Lab

1







21439

Communications
Electronics Lab

1







23571

Digital Signal
Processing

3







31232

Engineering
Mathematics (1)

3

21531

VLSI Circuits

3







21572

Industrial
Electronics

3










31234

Linear Algebra

3










31331

Engineering
Mathematics (2)

3

21579

Industrial
Electronics Lab

1



















31333

Numerical
Analysis

3

























31334

Applied Prob.

3














Total

29


Total

25


Total

14


Total

10


Total

10

Electives
:
9

Credit Hours

Engineering Training
:
3

Credit Hours

Senior Projects (1) & (2)
: 3 Credit
Hours

ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

8

Suggested Study Plan for

Bachelor in
Electronics
Engineering

First Year (16 + 17)

Second Year (17 + 16)

Third Year (15 + 1
7
)

Fourth Year (16 + 15)

Fifth Year (1
4

+ 1
4
)

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

31111

Ara
bic Language



24218

Engineering
Drawing



21331

Electronics (2)

21231

22442

Embedded Systems

2234
4

21531

VLSI Circuits

21332

31132

Calculus (1)



21338

Electronics Lab

24229

21331*

2446
4

Electric

Machines
& Power Systems

24222

24321

21572

Industrial Electronics

24471

31141

Physics (1)



24219

Engineering
Workshop



21579

Industrial Electronics
Lab

21338

21572
*

31148

Physics (1) Lab

31141*

23351

Signals and

Systems

24222

31232

23352*

24471

Automatic

Control

23351

31151

National Education



24221

Circuits (1)

31142

23571

Digital Signal
Processing

23351


University Elective


31231

Calculus (3)

31133

24479

Automatic

Control Lab

24471*




31232

Engineering
Mathematics (1)

31133

23352

Prog. Applications

23351*


Technical Elective


24322

Instruments &
Measurements

21231

31333

Numerical
Analysis

31133

2
1
591

Senior Project (1)

120 Cr.

Hrs.

312
63

Technical Writing

1101

1104

24329

Instruments &
Measurements Lab

24229

24322*


University Elective






University
Elective








31331

Engineer
ing
Mathematics (2)

31231

31232

11103

Structured
Programming



2
1231

Electronics (1)

24221

21332

Digital Electronics

21331

21431

Communications
Electronics

21331

23353

24561

Power Electronics

21331

22241

Logic Design



21339

Digital

Electronics Lab

21338

21332*


University Elective


11151

Structured
Progr
amming Lab

11103*

24222

Circuits (2)

24221

21432

Optical Electronics

21331

`

Technical Elective


24229

Electric

Circuits Lab

24222*

2234
4

Microprocessors

22241

21439

Communications
Electronics Lab

21338

21431
*


Technical Elective


31121

English Language



22347

Logic &
Microprocessors Lab

2234
4
*

2
1
592

Senior Project (2)

2
1
591

31133

Calculus (2)

31132

31234

Linear Algebra

31133

23451

Digital
Communications

23353

31334



`

31142

Physics (2)

31141

31251

Military Science



23353

Analog

Comm.

23351

31149

Physics (2) La
b

31142*




24321

Applied
Electromagnetics

31142

31331

23459

Communications
Lab

21338

23451
*


University Elective





31334

Applied Probability

31232

24411

Engineering Ethics

99 Hrs.

32431

Engineering
Economics






* Prerequisite or co
-
requisite
.

-

Students can take their practical training in any semester once they finish 99 Cr.
Hrs. No courses
,

labs

or senior projects

are allowed to be taken during that semester.

University Electives


Electronics Engineering Technical Electives

Select minimum 1 and max 2 courses from each group:

Select 2 of the following courses:

No.

Course

No.

Course

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

No.

Course

Prereq.

31152

Islamic Arabic Civilizat ion

31351

Current Issues in t he Arab World

11206

Object Oriented Prog
.

11103

21573

Image Processing

23351

21581

Special Topics in Electronics Eng
r
.

Set


By

Dept.

31211

Arabic Lit erat ure

31352

Jerusalem: Hist ory and fact s

2153
3

RF Microelect ronics

21331

23353

2157
4

Medical
Elect ronics

21331

22581

Special Topics in Comput er
Engineering

31161

Int ro. t o Library Science

31262

Int ro. t o Educat ional Science

31261

Int ro. t o Politics and Economics

31361

Int ro. t o Philosophy

2153
4

Mixed Signal IC Design

21331

21444

Comput er
Archit ect ure &
Organizat ion (1)

22241

23581

Special Topics in Communicat ions
Engineering

11201

Geographic Info Syst ems

31271

Environment al Science

21535

Solid St at e Elect ronics

21231

31171

Hist ory of Science

31371

Healt h Educat ion

2153
6

Analog IC Design

21331

24573

Digit al Cont rol

24471

24581

Special Topics in Power
Engr
.

ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

9

Course Description

11000

Computer Skills Placement Test

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

This test covers all topics taught in 2100 Computer skills (Remedial).


11100

Computer Skills (Remedial)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

Introduction to computers: historical, components, functionality. Introduction
to
computer hardware and software. Programming languages. Introduction to
operating systems. Introduction to word processing with practical applications in
preparing homework and reports. Spreadsheets. Computer graphics. Presentation
design. Using the Inte
rnet and emails.


11103

Structured Programming

Prerequisite: 11100

Credit Hours:
3

Concepts of structured programming. Structured programming languages. Program
design, development, running, and testing, and debugging programs. Syntax and
semantics of the programming language C++. Basic elements of the language:
variables, constants, a
nd data types. Basic input/output functions. Conditional and
iterative control structures. Concept of procedural programming, Top/down design.
Structured decomposition. Functions and parameter passing. Recursive functions.
Pointers and dynamic variables. B
asic data structures: one and two
-
dimensional
arrays, string manipulation, structures. Input / Output files, Concepts of OOP and
Classes.


11151

Structured Programming Lab

Co
-
requisite: 11103

Credit Hours: 1

Laboratory sessions on applications of structured programming. It includes training
on the different aspects and to
pics of the structured programming using C.


11201

Geographic Information Systems

(GIS)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

The goal of this course is to introduce the students to the basics of GIS. Specific
features of the course include: coverage of basic geographic, cartographic, and GIS
concepts. Topics include: computer
representation of physical, political, statistical,
and social aspects of space using vector
-
based maps, graphic design principles for
using shape, hue, size, and patterns in mapping, attribute
-
based and graphic feature
-
based queries for spatial analysis.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allow
individuals and organizations to pose, explore and answer a variety of public
-

and
private
-
sector questions using spatial data.


ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

10

1120
6

Object Oriented Programming

Prerequisite: 11103

Credit Hours: 3

Object oriented programming concepts and paradigms. Review of control
structures, data types
and functions. Data abstraction and ADT. Encapsulation and
information hiding. Classes, attributes and methods (operations). Objects,
instantiation, and constructors. Software reuse and reengineering. Inheritance.
Overloading. Polymorphism. Templates. Grap
hical User Interface.


21231

Electronics (1)

Prerequisite: 21221

Credit Hours: 3

Basic semiconductor concepts. Diodes: DC and AC analysis, special type diodes.
Theory of Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT): biasing techniques, BJT amplifier
analysis. Field Effect Transistors (FET): biasing techniques, FET amplifier. Simple
applications
of BJT’s and FET’s.


21331

Electronics (2)

Prerequisite: 21231

Credit Hours: 3

Operational amplifiers: basic theory, characteristics and applications. Differential
and multistage amplifiers. Frequency response of single and multistage amplifiers.
Negative feedback analysis: feedback topology, properties and stability analysis.


21332

Digital Electronics

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Dynamic operation of the BJT switch. Early form of the digital circuit. Study of
DTL and TTL circuits. Characteristics of the standard TTL circuit. TTL families
with improved performance. Emitter
-
coupled logic (ECL) circuits. Design and
performance evaluat
ion of CMOS logic circuits. Types of the CMOS logic circuits:
pass transistor, dynamic logic. Latches, flip
-
flop, architecture of memories (SRAM,
DRAM, ROM). Logic gate based multi
-
vibrator circuits. BiCMOS and GaAs logic
circuits. Interface of various log
ic gates. Sampling circuit, D/A and A/D conversion
techniques.


21338

Electronics

Lab

Prerequisite: 21229

Co
-
requisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 1

Diode characteristics and applications. BJT characteristics and DC biasing. FET
characteristics and DC biasing. BJT amplifiers. Operational amplifiers. Multistage
amplifiers. Differential amplifi
ers. Frequency response. Feedback techniques.


ـيلك
ــــ
ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

The King Abdullah II
Faculty

o
f Engineering

11

21339

Digital Electronics Lab

Prerequisite: 21338

Co
-
requisite: 21332

Credit Hours: 1

Basic TTL circuits. TTL characteristics. Basic MOS logic circuits. MOS
characteristics. Logic gate based oscillators. Interfacing techniques. Sampling
circuits. A/D and D/A converters.


21431

Communication Electronics

Prerequisite: 21331 and 23353

Credit Hours: 3

Power
amplifiers: classification of output stage A, B, C, and AB. Efficiency
analysis of power amplifiers and basic techniques in heat sink design. Tuned
amplifier: theory and design. Oscillators: LC and crystal oscillators. Modulation and
demodulation circuits
and synthesizers. Phase
-
Locked Loop (PLL): theory and
design. Active and passive filters.


21432

Optical Electronics

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Semiconductor concepts and energy bands. Direct and indirect bandgap
semiconductors. PN junction principles. The PN junction band diagram. Light
-
Emitting Diodes. LED materials.
Hetrojunction high intensity LEDs. LED
characteristics. LED for optical fiber communications. Introduction to LASER
stimulated emission devices. Photodetectors. Photovoltaic devices. Principles of
fiber
-
optic communication links.


21439

Communication Electronics Lab

Prerequisite: 21338

Co
-
requisite: 21431

Credit Hours: 1

Power
amplifier. Oscillators. Modulation and demodulation circuits. Phase Locked
Loop (PLL) circuits. Active filters.


21490

Engineering Training

Prerequisite: Finish 99 Credit Hours

Credit Hours: 3

Grade: Pass/Fail

Students undertake suitable and supervised internships for a period of 8 consecutive
weeks in Jordan, or 6 consecutive weeks
outside.


21531

Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) Circuits

Prerequisite: 21332

Credit Hours: 3

Design and techniques for rapid implementation and evaluation of very large scale
integrated circuits, including behavioral, and functional logic circuits and devices.
Physical IC fabrication and layout issues. CMOS technology. Logic and
tr
ansmission gates. Switching characteristics and processing.


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ــ
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ةـ

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21533

RF
Microelectronics

Prerequisite: 21331, 23353

Credit Hours: 3

Communication systems overview. Transceiver architectures. S
-
parameters and
impedance transformers. MOS transistors, passive components and gain
-
bandwidth
issues for broadband amplifiers. High
frequency broadband amplifiers. Low
-
noise
amplifiers. Voltage controlled oscillators. Mixers. Power amplifiers: class ‘A’, ‘B’
and ‘C’. Advanced RF topics.


21534

Mixed Signal IC Design

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to data communications IC design terminology, signal integrity and
signaling conventions. Data
transmission media and noise sources. Transistor
-
level
design techniques for timing circuits: phase
-
locked loops, delay
-
locked loops, clock
and data recovery. Phase
-
locked loops components: phase/frequency detectors,
charge pumps and voltage controlled osc
illators. Interface, signal conditioning and
wave shaping techniques. Current mode and voltage mode drivers. Transceiver
analysis and design. Concepts of power, speed, and signal integrity.


21535

Solid State Electronics

Prerequisite: 21231

Credit Hours: 3

The crystal structure of solids. Introduction to the quantum mechanics of solids
:
Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, the Schrodinger equation, the free electron
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J
menney m潤olⰠ the sim灬e harm潮ic
潳cillat潲⸠ fntr潤octi潮 t漠 the 煵antum the潲y 潦 s潬i摳: the cermi
J
airac 摩stri扵ti潮
functi潮⸠ fnt
r潤octi潮 t漠 semic潮摵ct潲 灨ysics: carrier trans灯pt in
semic潮摵ct潲s⸠ fntr潤octi潮 t漠 semic潮摵ct潲 摩潤os⸠ fntr潤octi潮 t漠 the 扩灯par
juncti潮 transist潲⸠ fntr潤oction t漠the field
J
effect transist潲
K


2153
6

Analog IC Design

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Basic analog circuits blocks: reference bias circuits, comparators, operational
amplifiers and sample
-
and
-
hold amplifiers. Concepts of stability, bandwidth, gain
bandwidth product, frequency response and gain response. Switched
-
capacitors
circuit techniqu
es. Integrated circuit analog
-
to
-
digital converters and topologies:
flash, pipeline, and successive rate approximation. Digital
-
to
-
analog convertors:
current mode and resistor ladder topologies. Concepts of resolution and speed for
data convertors. Filte
r design techniques using operational amplifiers and GmC
based integrated circuits. Concepts of bandwidth, filter order, and stability.


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21572

Industrial Electronics

Prerequisite: 24471

Credit Hours: 3

DC & AC bridges. Ammeters. Voltmeters. Power measurements and power meters.
Loading effects. Sensors: thermal, mechani
cal, optical. Relay controllers and ladder
diagrams. Analog controllers (P), (PI) and (PID). Digital and Programmable Logic
Controllers.


21573

Image Processing

Prerequisite: 23351

Credit Hours: 3

Enhancement in the spatial domain. Image enhancement in the frequency domain.
Image restoration. Color image processing.
Wavelets. Image compression.
Morphological image processing. Image segmentation.


2157
4

Medical Electronics

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Basic sensors. Bio
-
potential signals. Bio
-
potential amplifier circuits. Blood pressure
measurements. Heart sound measurements. Blood flow measurements. Respiratory
system measurements.
Clinical laboratory instrumentation. Therapeutic and
prosthetic devices. Introduction to medical imaging systems. Four practical lab
experiments.


21579

Industrial Electronics Lab

Prerequisite: 21338

Co
-
requisite: 21572

Credit Hours: 1

Experiments in DC & AC Bridge Circuits, Power & Energy Meters, Loading
Effect, Thermal, Mechanical,
Optical Sensors and Circuits.


21581

Special Topics in Electronics Engineering

Prerequisite: To be set by the Dept.

Credit Hours: 3

The objective of this course is to introduce advanced and new topics in one of the
areas of electronics engineering. The topics can be changed from one year to
another depending on the instructor’s area
潦 s灥cialtyK


21591

Senior Design Project (1)

Prerequisite: Finish 120 Credit
Hours

Credit Hours: 1

Grade: Pass/Fail

Projects are aimed at developing independent engineering problem solving skills. A
project should be performed by two or more students under the supervision of a
faculty member.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ـــ
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ةـ

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21592

Senior Design Project (2)

Prerequisite: 21591

Credit Hours: 2

Continuation of Senior Design Project (1). Students

are required to fulfill the
project objectives, perform a formal presentation and submit a final report.


22241

Digital Logic Design

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Number systems. Basic gates and logic functions. Boolean algebra, Boolean
expressions. Logic minimization techniques. Combinational logic building blocks:
decoders,
encoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers and magnitude comparators.
Digital arithmetic: adders and subtractors. Basics of sequential circuits: latches and
flip
-
flops. Timing diagrams. Counters and shift registers. Basic PLDs, CPLDs and
FPGAs. State machines.

System design with state machines using VHDL. Memory
devices and systems: RAM, ROM, FIFO, LIFO and DRAM.


22344

Microprocessors

Prerequisite: 22241

Credit Hours: 3

Assembly language instruction set. Addressing modes. Arithmetic instructions.
Logical and bit manipulating instruction. I/O instructions. Microprocessor pin out
and
timing diagram. Address decoding circuits. Memory interfacing. Input output
interfacing. Serial and parallel communications. Counter and timers. Interrupts.
DMA controllers.


22347

Logic and Microprocessors Lab

Co
-
requisite: 22344

Credit Hours: 1

Combinational logic circuits. Decoders and Multiplexers. ROM and RAM.
Registers and Counte
rs. Assembly language programming. Input/Output
interfacing. Keyboard and 7
-
Segment display interfacing.


22442

Embedded Systems

Prerequisite: 22344

Credit Hours: 3

Embedded systems characteristics. Microprocessors versus microcontrollers.
Microcontrollers characteristics. General
-
purpose microcontrollers. Examples of
microcontrolle
r architectures. Interrupts. Counters/timers. Input/output ports.
Microcontroller programming. Instruction set. Program development and use of
assemblers. Memory maps and addressing modes. Digital to analogue and analogue
to digital conversion in microcont
rollers. Data acquisition and distribution. Serial
and parallel communications. Real
-
time systems and its constraints. Interfacing to
external devices. Power consumption consideration. Applications.


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ــ
دب

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ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

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22444

Computer Architecture and Organization (1)

Prerequisite: 22241

Credit Hours: 3

Register transfer &
microoperations. Design of arithmetic logic unit. Computer
Instructions. Number representations and computer arithmetic. Computer
organization and components. Processor design: datapath and control units.
Instruction cycle. Pipelining.


22581

Special Topics in Computer Engineering

Prerequisite: To be set by the Dept.

Credit Hours: 3

The objective of this course is to introduce advanced and new topics in one of the
areas of computer engineering. The topics can be changed from one year to another
depending on the instructor’s area of specialty.


23351

Signals and Systems

Prerequisite: 24222 and 31232

Co
-
requisite: 23352

Credit Hours: 3

Classification of sign
als and systems. System modeling and time domain analysis.
The Fourier series, the Fourier transform, and Laplace transform and applications.
Frequency response and filter concepts. Signal transmission. Spectral analysis.
Discrete
-
time signals and systems:

classification of signals and systems. The Z
-
Transform and applications.


23352

Programming Applications in Signals and Systems

Co
-
requisite: 23351

Credit Hours: 1

Introduction to MATLAB. Using MATLAB in signals and systems. Signal
generation and the convolution process. Fourier series. Laplace and Fourier
transforms. Transient and st
eady state response. Filter design. Discrete signals: Z
-

transform and frequency domain analysis.


23353

Analog Communications

Prerequisite: 23351

Credit Hours: 3

Spectral densities. Correlation function. Power
-
bandwidth product. Distortion and
distortionless

channels. Analog modulation: DSB
-
SC, DSB
-
AM, SSB, Vestigial
AM, modulator, demodulator: coherent, non
-
coherent. Angle modulation: FM, PM,
modulator, demodulator. Base
-
band modulation: sampling theorem, PAM, PWM,
PPM. Noise in analog communications: noise
types, signal to noise ratio, the
additive white Gaussian noise, signal interference.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ــــ
ةـ

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23451

Digital Communications

Prerequisite: 21311 and 23353

Credit Hours: 3

Base band digital modulation techniques: PCM, DM, D
-
Σ, and DPCM. Line coding.
fntersym扯b interference: M
J
ary signalingⰠ 扡n摷i摴hⰠ 摡ta rate⸠ Multi灬exing:
caMⰠ qaMⰠ CaM
⸠ mass扡n搠 摩gital m潤olati潮 an搠 摥m潤olati潮 techni煵es:
AphⰠcphⰠmphⰠamphⰠM
J
aryⰠc潨erent an搠n潮
J
c潨erent 摥tecti潮⸠Bit err潲 rate
灥rf潲mance⸠ Channel c潤ong the潲y: c潮v潬uti潮 c潤ongⰠ 扬潣欠 c潤os⸠ brr潲
灥rf潲mance using c潤ongK


23459

Communications Lab

Prerequisite: 21338

Co
-
requisite: 23451

Credit Hours: 1

Spectral
analysis. Amplitude modulation. Frequency modulation: phase shift
keying, amplitude shift keying, frequency shift keying. TDMA. FDMA. Lab
project.


23571

Digital Signal Processing

Prerequisite: 23351

Credit Hours: 3

Discrete
-
time signals and systems. Frequency analysis of discrete
-
time signals and
systems. Sampling and quantizatio
n. Discrete Fourier transform. Windowing effect.
Z
-
transform. FIR and IIR Digital filters design. Digital filters realization. Fast
Fourier transform.


23581

Special Topics in Communications Engineering

Prerequisite: To be set by the Dept.

Credit Hours: 3

The objective of this course is to introduce advanced and new topics in one of t
he
areas of Communications engineering. The topics can be changed from one year to
another depending on the instructor’s area of specialty.


24218

Engineering Drawing Using Computers

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 1

Introduction to engineering drawing and AutoCAD software. Setting up drawing
parameters. Coordinates entry.

Object snap. Basic editing techniques. Blocks.
Multi
-
lines. Polylines. Spline. Layers. Dimensions. Orthographic projection.
Auxiliary views. Sections. Three
-
dimensional pictorials. Editing solids and 3
-
D
operations. Boolean Operations.


24219

Engineering Workshop

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 1

Introduction to basic electrical
components and instruments. Electrical Wires and
cables. Basic wiring schemes. Printed circuit boards. Heat sinks. Batteries. PC
hardware and software. Wireless technologies. Motors. Sensors.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ــــ
ةـ

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24221

Electric Circuits (1)

Prerequisite: 31142

Credit Hours: 3

Types of circuits and circuit elements. Revision of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws.
Circuit analysis techni煵es: v潬tage an搠 current 摩visi潮Ⱐ n潤ol an搠 mesh analysisⰠ
source transformation, superposition, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems.
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itance⸠ p潵rce
J
free oi an搠 oC circuits⸠ A灰picati潮s 潦 the
unit
J
ste瀠 f潲cing functi潮⸠ qhe oiC circuit: s潵rce
J
free 灡rallel an搠series oiC an搠
c潭灬ete res灯pse⸠pinus潩摡l f潲ci湧 function⸠ mhas潲 c潮ce灴K


24222

Electric Circuits (2)

Prerequisite: 24221

Credit Hours: 3

The sinusoidal steady state response: application of phasor

concept and circuit
analysis techniques AC circuits. Average power and RMS values. Poly
-
phase
circuits: three phase (Y) and (Δ) connection. Complex frequency. Frequency
res灯pse an搠B潤o 灬潴⸠Magnetically c潵灬e搠circuits⸠ qwo
J
灯pt netw潲歳K


24229

Electric Circuits Lab

Co
-
requisite: 24222

Credit Hours: 1

DC circuit: Kirchhoff’s law
s and mesh analysis. Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems.
pu灥r灯piti潮 the潲em⸠ theatst潮e 扲i摧e⸠ qransient res灯pse: oiⰠ oCⰠ an搠 oiC
circuits⸠ AC circuits: im灥摡nce c潮ce灴Ⱐ fre煵ency res灯pseⰠ three
J
灨ase circuits⸠
v
J

Δ transformation. Maximum power tran
sfer⸠ qwo
J
灯pt netw潲歳K


24321

Applied Electromagnetics

Prerequisite: 31142 and
31331

Credit Hours: 3

Gauss’ law. Divergence Theorem. Ampere's law. Biot
J
Savart law. Maxwell’s
e煵ati潮s an搠 扯bn摡ry c潮摩ti潮s⸠ blectr潭agnetic waves⸠ tave e煵ati潮s⸠
p潬uti潮s in Cartesian c潯o摩nates⸠ p潬uti潮s f潲 灡rtially c潮摵ctingⰠ g潯搠
c潮摵cting

an搠 灥rfect 摩electric me摩ums⸠ ptan摩ng waves⸠ m潷er an搠 m潹nting
vect潲⸠ qransmissi潮 linesⰠ 灡rametersⰠ e煵ati潮sⰠ in灵t im灥摡nceⰠ ptan摩ng tave
oati漠EptoFⰠ灯per an搠pmith chartK


24322

Instrumentation & Measurements

Prerequisite: 24222

Credit Hours: 3

Measurements & errors. Systems of units. Standards of measurements.
Poten
tiometers. DC & AC bridges. DC & AC indicating instruments.
Galvanometers. Electrodynamometers. Ammeters. Voltmeters. Wattmeters.
Watthourmeters. Power factor meters. Loading effects. Ohmmeters. Meggers.
Frequency counters. Instrument transformers. Oscil
loscopes. Spectrum analyzers
.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ـــ
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24329

Instrumentation & Measurements Lab

Prerequisite: 24229

Co
-
requisite: 24322

Credit Hours: 1

Construction and use of potentiometers in DC & AC bridges. DC & AC indicating
instruments. Shunts. Transformers & error measurements. Multimeters. Power
measurements. Frequency meters & power
supplies. Oscilloscopes
.


24411

Engineering Ethics

Prerequisite: Finish 99 Credit

Hours

Credit Hours: 1

Safety and responsibility. Professional responsibility tow customers and to
employers. Blowing the whistle. Codes of ethics and honor. Professional choices.
Legal obligations. Standard ethics theories. Case studies.


24464

Electric Machines and Power Systems

Prerequisite: 24222 and [24321 or 23231]

Credit H
ours: 3

Per
-
unit system and applications. Transformer: single
-

and three
-
phase, ideal and
practical, modeling and equivalent circuits. Synchronous machines. Single
-
line
diagram. Y
-
bus and Z
-
bus matrices. Load flow analysis. Transmission lines:
classificati
on (short and long), for communications purposes. Calculations of R, L
and C parameters. ABCD representation.


24471

Automatic Control

Prerequisite: 23351

Credit Hours: 3

Transfer Functions: block diagrams and signal flow graphs. Mathematical modeling
of physical systems. State space representations. Control systems characteristi
cs.
Time response of systems and closed loop performance of second order systems.
Stability and Routh
-
Hurwitz stability criterion. Root locus analysis. Nyqist stability
criterion. Bode plots. Frequency domain analysis. Design of control systems.


24479

Automatic Control Lab

Co
-
requisite: 24471

Credit Hours: 1

A set of experiments
that cover the following: analog simulation, first and second
order systems, transient and steady state for step, ramp, and parabolic inputs. Time
and frequency response of second order systems. DC motor control. Application of
PID controller, phase
-
lead,
and phase
-
lag controllers. Applications of MATLAB
control toolbox and Simulink, Level control, PLC control.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ـــ
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ــــ
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24561

Power Electronics

Prerequisite: 21331

Credit Hours: 3

Unique aspects of power electronics, switching operation, and commutation.
Thermal consideration in design and use of specification sheets and energy graphs
and modes of Transistor operation when calculating device dissipation. Thyristors:
static and dynam
ic characteristics, Turn
-
on techniques, Rate of Rise of voltage and
current, dv/dt and di/dt. Harmonic analysis. Single
-
phase and Three
-
phase
controlled Rectifiers and plotting device and output waveforms. Single
-
phase and
Three
-
phase AC voltage controller
s and plotting output waveforms. DC to DC
Switch
-
mode converters: Buck, Boost, Buck
-
Boost and Cuk.


24573

Digital Control

Prerequisite: 24471

Credit Hours: 3

Discrete
-
time systems. Difference equations. Z
-
transform. Inverse Z
-
transform.
Flow graphs. State variables. Transfer functions. Sampling and reconstruction of
control systems. Zero
-
order and first
-
order hold. System time response
characteristics. Stabilit
y analysis. Bi
-
linear transform. Jury's stability test. Pole
assignment and state estimation. Controllability and observability. Ackerman’s
f潲m畬a⸠ iinear 煵a摲atic 潰oimal c潮tr潬K


24581

Special Topics in Electrical Power Engineering

Prerequisite: To be set by the Dept.

Credit Hours: 3

The objective of this course is to introd
uce advanced and new topics in one of the
areas of
Electrical Power
engineering. The topics can be changed from one year to
another depending on the instructor’s area of specialty.


31010

Arabic Language Placement Test

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

Testing basic grammars in Arabic.


31019

Arabic Language (Remedial)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

The verb and noun. Grammars. Punctuation. Al H
amza. Applications.


31020

English Language Placement Test

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

Testing basic grammars in English.


31029

English Language
(Remedial)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 0

Reading. Writing. Speaking. Listening. Application.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ـــ
سدنهلل ي
ــــ
ةـ

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31111

Arabic Language

Prerequisite: 31019

Credit Hours: 3

Summarization. Punctuation. Spelling. Deletion. Displacement. Construction and
inflection. Derivation. Substitution and the vowel system. Number. Indescribability.
Sentence.
Clause. Rhetoric issues and various applications.


31121

English Language

Prerequisite: 31029

Credit Hours: 3

Advanced reading. Advanced writing. Grammar. Speech. Translation.


31132

Calculus (1)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Functions, limits and continuity. Derivatives. Differentiation. Inverse functions.
Trigonometric functions. Logarithmic and exponential functions. Hyperbolic
functions. Integrals
.


31133

Calculus (2)

Prerequisite: 31132

Credit Hours: 3

Methods of integration.

Applications of integration. Plane analytic geometry
including polar coordinates. Sequences and series, including power series.


31141

Physics (1)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Units and measurements. Vector algebra. Kinematics. Projectile and circular
motions. Newton’s laws of motion. Forces of nature. Applications of Newton’s

laws
潮 rectilinear an搠 circular m潴i潮s⸠ t潲欠 an搠 energy⸠ iaw 潦 c潮servati潮 潦
mechanical energy⸠iaws 潦 c潮servation 潦 linear an搠angular m潭entaK


31142

Physics (2)

Prerequisite: 31141

Credit Hours: 3

Electric fields. Gauss’ law. Electric potential. Capacitance and dielectrics. Current
an搠 resistance⸠ airect
current circuits⸠ Magnetic fiel摳⸠ p潵rce 潦 the magnetic fiel搮d
Faraday’s law. Inductance. Alternating current circuits. Electromagnetic waves.


31148

Physics (1) Lab

Co
-
requisite: 31141

Credit Hours: 1

Basic measurements. Static equilibrium. Newton’s second law on the air track.
M潭ent 潦 inertia⸠ qhe sim灬e harm潮ic m潴i潮 潦 a
spring. Young’s modulus of
elasticity⸠ oes潮ance in air c潬um湳⸠ iinear ex灡nsi潮 潦 a⁳潬i搮


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ــــ
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ــ
دب

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ةـ

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31149

Physics (2) Lab

Co
-
requisite: 31142

Credit Hours: 1

Electric fields. Slide
-
wire Wheatstone bridge. Damped electrical oscillations. Index
of refraction. Interference and diffraction. Photoelectric effect.


31151

National Education

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Jordan: the land, people and homeland. The Arab
nation. History of Jordan.
Political system. Jordanian society. Major national institutions. Internal and external
challenges facing Jordan. The role of local institutions in achieving development in
national awareness. The family and its role in society.


31152

Islamic Arabic Civilization

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Concept of
civilization. Stages of development of Islamic Arabic civilization.
Principles and grounds of Islamic Arabic civilization. Areas of cultural creativity in
Islamic Arabic Civilization. Linguistics. Theology. Islamic jurisprudence.
Philosophy. Natural and so
cial sciences. Islamic art and music. Unity of the Arab
and Islamic worlds.


31161

Introductions to Library Science

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Information sources. Types of cataloging. Types of catalogs. Types of
classification. Information and knowledge. Information society. Information
services. Information technology. Infor
mation storage. Information retrieval and
dissemination. Information and Internet.


31171

History of Science

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Importance of understanding science as a socio
-
historic phenomenon. Science as
industry. Science and development. Cognitive conditions of scientific production.
Examples: Kepler

and Planck. Science as social production. Socio
-
historic
determinants of the social production of science. Main epochs of the history of
natural science. Greek Science. Hellenistic science Roman science. Arabic Islamic
science. Modern European science. Sc
ience in the contemporary Arab world.
Epistemological periodization of natural science. Roots of the philosophy of nature.
The Ionians. Platonic project in astronomy. Aristotle. Ptolemy. Arabic Islamic
astronomy. The 17
th

century Scientific Revolut ion.


31211

Arabic Literature

Prerequisite: 31111

Credit Hours: 3

Developing students'
taste of Arabic literature through reading of literature essays.
Analysis. Introducing some literature aspects from different eras.


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ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

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ـــ
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ــــ
ةـ

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31231

Calculus (3)

Prerequisite: 31133

Credit Hours: 3

Vectors in a plane. Vectors in space. Plane and space curves. Functions of several
variables. Partial differentiation and derivatives. Gradient. Extr
emal values.
Lagrange multipliers. Double integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates. Triple
integrals in Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates.


31232

Engineering Mathematics (1)

Prerequisite: 31133

Credit Hours: 3

First order ordinary differential equations. Second and higher order linear ordinary
differential equations.

Systems of first order linear and nonlinear ordinary
differential equations and stability. Laplace transforms.


31234

Linear Algebra

Prerequisite: 31133

Credit Hours: 3

.


31251

Military Science (Jordanian Students Only)

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Grade: Pass/Fail

History of the Jordanian army. Jordanian peace forces. Preparing the nation for
defense and liberation. Genesis and development of the
Hashemite Kingdom of
Jordan.


31261

Introductions to Politics and Economics

Prere
quisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

The nature of political economy. The issues of political economy. The importance
of the market. Market effects and political economy. Three ideologies of political
economy. The dynamics of the international political economy.
The political
economy of structural changes. Long
-
term variations of economic growth and the
effect of political hegemonic. The politics of international trade. The political
economy of international finance.


31262

Introductions to Educational Science

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Education: principles and philosophy
. Education and individuals. Education and
learning. Education and society. Education and development. Educational courses
and methods. Educational institutions and educational assessments. Education in the
Arab and Islamic worlds.


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31263

Technical Writing & Communication Skills

Prerequisite:
31111 and 31121

Credit Hours: 3

Organization of the technical report. Layout and organization of the front page.
Arrangement of information. Organization and layout of headings and sub
-
headings. Numbering systems. Order of arrangements of results and
recommendations. How to prepare an un
detailed proposal on any technical and
scientific work.


31271

Environmental
Science

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

The earth and natural hazards. Ecosystems. Biogeochemical cycles. Man and the
Environment. The natural resources in the solid Earth system. Air pollution. Water
resources. Management and pollution. Solid waste. Fo
od and Health.
Environmental impact assessment.


31331

Engineering Mathematics
(2)

Prerequisite: 31231 and 31232

Credit Hours: 3

Vector calculus. Line and surface integrals. The three main theorems: Green
theorem, Stokes theorem and divergence theorem. Fourier series, integrals and
transforms. Partial differential equations solutions

using Fourier series and
Transforms.


31333

Numerical Analysis

Prerequisite: 311
33

Credit Hours: 3

Vectors and matrices. Determinants. System of linear algebraic equations. Cramer’s
rule an搠 characteristics
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31334

Applied Probability

Prerequisite: 31232

Credit Hours: 3

Probability principles and set theory. Random variables. Operations on random
variables. Various distribution functions. Introduction to random processes. Weak
stationary. Correlation functions, linea
r processing, and estimation. Poisson
processes and Markov chains. Queuing analysis.


31351

Current Issues in the Arab World

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Social and national fragmentation in the Arab east: Features and roots. The Arab
-
Israeli conflict. Democracy and civil society in the Arab world. Pan
-

Arabism and
Islam. The
self and the other. Secularism. The Arabs and globalization. Human
security in the Arab world.


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ملا ة
ــــ
ع كل
ــ
دب

ـناثلا الله
ـــ
سدنهلل ي
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The King Abdullah II
Faculty

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f Engineering

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31352

Jerusalem: History and facts

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

The geographic borders of AL
-
Quds through history. A glance at the historical
discoveries in AL
-
Quds. AL
-
Quds and the British occupation. The establishment of
Israel. The
Israeli plans to jadeite AL
-
Quds. Importance of AL
-
Quds from religion
point of view. The infringements of AL
-
Aqsa mosque since 1967 by Israel.


31361

Introductions to Philosophy

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Definition of philosophy. The relation between philosophy and science. The
science
-
based and religion
-
based thoughts. A
historical review of philosophy and
science. A discussion of the most important fields in philosophy.


31371

Health Education

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Understanding the responsibility we have for our own health. Skills for dealing with
emergency cases. Personal safety and accident prevention. Mental health, mental
illness and

stress.


32431

Engineering Economics

Prerequisite: None

Credit Hours: 3

Introduction. Comparative economic systems. The market economy. Demand,
supply and equilibrium price. Elasticity, measurement, economies of scale and
learning curves. Theories of firms: NEO
-

classical economies
-

price takers and
seekers. Objectives of or
ganizations. New institutional economics. Functions in
firms: economic theory for marketing and finance in engineering organizations.
Directions for research in production and operations management.