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Course Descriptions                                                                                                               وصف المقررات

القسم: الهندسة الإلكترونية    
Department: Electronics Engineering
البرنامج: هندسة الحاسبات والشبكات Program: Computers and Networks Engineering

 

First Year Courses                                                                                                        مقررات السنة الأولى

BUST02  English Language (1) (8P)  4 credits

The current course provides students with the language basics of everyday English to help them communicate in different real life situations. The course focuses more on real life conversations and the basic grammars that will help each one in his/her major. Moreover, the course provides students with plenty of writing and speaking practices. The updates of the book allow students to be posted with the latest language uses and functions that are easy and useable in real life situations.

 

BEL020 Chemistry 
(3L)  3 credits

A one-semester course designed to meet the general chemistry requirement for engineering students. Topics include stoichiometry; thermodynamics; gases, liquids, and solids; equilibrium; acids and bases; bonding concepts; kinetics; reactions; and materials science. Examples and problems illustrate the application of chemistry to engineering sub-disciplines. The chemistry course is designed to provide the novice   Engineer with a fundamental understanding of current concepts of life chemistry.  The course is revised each year to update and improve its content.  Hopefully the progression of topics will develop the subject in a fashion useful to the student, especially if he/she feels insecure about chemical and matter  concepts. 

 

BENG02 Engineering Drawing (3L)  3 credits

The general aim of this course is to provide students with theoretical and practical background in Engineering Drawing. This Course focuses on principles, terminologies, tools of Engineering Drawing to enhance the positive ability of students in being more precise in Drawing and measurements. Teaching strategies this course are lectures and activation the hand skill of student through practical assignment in class as well as home works. Assessment tasks are homework assignment and exams. This course does not have any pre-requests. 

 

BENG01 Mathematics (2L, 2T)  3 credits

Course discusses the principles of Linear Equations and Applications, Linear Inequalities, Absolute Value in Equations and Inequalities, Quadratic Equations and Applications, Laws of Power and Logarithm, Power and Logarithm Equations, Functions, type of Functions, limited and continuity.

 

BUST06  English Language (2) (8P)  4 credits

The current course provides students with the language basics of everyday English to help them communicate in different real life situations. The course focuses more on real life conversations and the basic grammars that will help each one in his major.

Moreover, the course provides students with plenty of writing and speaking practices. The updates of the book allow students to be posted with the latest language uses and functions that are easy and useable in real life situations.

 

BEL005  Electrical Circuits (1) (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course provides the students with basics concept and properties of electrical circuits and networks, also a strategy to have the techniques to analyze and design electrical circuits. This course contains the fundamentals of common electrical circuits, Resistive Network Analysis, inductors and Capacitors Circuits, Introduction to alternating current (AC) and Transient Analysis of RLC circuits. The teaching strategies include: lecture, tutorial, practical, simulations, and projects. It is one of college requirement courses.

 

BENG05  Calculus (2L, 2T)  3 credits

Course discusses the principle of limited and show the theories of limited and continue, how to procedure differentiation and its special rules with the study of implicit functions differential , defined the integration and the link between the processes of differentiation and integration, integration rules, methods of integration and its practical applications.

 

BENG03 Physics (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

The importance of this course is to provide students with physical background of the variable ways to solve real problems. This Course includes physical quantities, vectors, Newton’s Laws of Motion, physical prosperities of materials, Waves and sounds, Electricity, Magnetism, Light and Optics. The course carried out using the lectures and self-learning and discussion, Miniature education, Solve problems, experiments used to teach this course, We will use strategies assessment Quizzes, Written Examinations, oral examinations, notes, and micro-reports and there are no pre-requests.

 

BUST09 Computer Skills (6P)  3 credits

This course provides a student by basic skills for using computer at studying environment, library, and at home. It presents the knowledge of basic computer and information technology concepts. The course provides the knowledge needed to operate and utilize the operating system and office software package, and to use the computer for Internet access and electronic communication.

 

BUST05  الثقافة الإسلامية (4L)  4 credits

يعد مقرر الثقافة الإسلامية من أهم المقررات الدراسية وذلك للدور الذي يساهم فيه هذا المقرر في تكوين الشخصية المسلمة القادرة على قراءة ماضيها وفهم واقعها والإسهام الإيجابي في بناء المستقبل بناءً يوافق شرع الله ويلبي احتياجات العصر من غير إفراط ولا تفريط (بوسطية). ويتم أخذ هذا المقرر بطريقة الحوار والمناقشة، كما يكلف فيه الطلبة بالبحوث التي تخدم أهداف المقرر. ويتم تقييم الطلبة عن طريق المشاركة الصفية واللاصفية والأعمال التي يكلف بها الطلبة والاختبارات النصفية والنهائية.

 

BUST07 مهارات الاتصال (1L)  1 credit

يهدف مهارات الاتصال إلى إلمام الطالب بالنظريات والمفاهيم الأساسية في مجال الاتصال الإنساني،وتنمية المهارات الأساسية في مجال التواصل الجيد مع الذات ومع الآخرين، وتعزيزممارستها في حياته اليومية والعملية باستخدام أساليب جدية تعتمدعلى التدريب والتقويم المتنوع والفعال، بما يسهم في إنجاح حياته الخاصة والعملية على حد سواء.

 

BUST08 التفكير الناقد (1L)  1 credit

التفكير الناقد مادة هدفها الأساسي بناء وتنمية مهارة الطلاب الذهنية في مجال التعامل مع الآراء والأفكار المقروءة أو المسموعة أو المرئية لإبداء الرأي المؤيد أو المعارض استنادا إلى المهارات الذهنية المنظمة، والمهارات المعرفية والخبرات والتجارب. يتضمن العديد من الموضوعات الرئيسة كمفهوم التفكير الناقد وفائدته العملية والتعليمية و في الفصل الدراسي ، ومعاييره ، ومعوقاته ومقوماته الأساسية والمساعدة ، وكيفية بناء حجج مقنعة بالاستناد إلى الاستدلال الناقد ،مع بيان صور المغالطات والخدع البلاغية ، ثم توجت المادة بخاتمة تضمنت تطبيق مهارات التفكير على بعض الظواهر والمجالات الحيوية في الحياة ، والطريقة المثلى لتدريسها تكاد تنحصر في الجانب النظري من خلال المحاضرات والمداخلات والمناقشات المستفيضة ، مع تعزيز ذلك بقدر كبير من الأساليب التدريبية ، كلعب بعض الأدوار، وعرض مقاطع فيديو بالصوت والصورة، وإجراء بعض المناظرات،خصص لتدريسها والتدريب على بعض مفاهيمها 14 ساعة في الفصل الدراسي الواحد، وتدرس بنظام الساعة (زمن المحاضرة ساعة واحدة).           

BUST0  اللغة العربية 3
(2L, 4P)  4 credits

يهتم المقرر بتنمية المهارات اللغوية الأساسية للطالب كونه من متطلبات الجامعة ويتناول جملة من النشاطات الاتصالية والدروس اللغوية والإملائية والتركيبية ويحتوي على معارف ونصوص وتدريبات لغوية، ويتألف من كتابين:

الأول يركز على مهارتي الاستماع والتحدث، والثاني يركز على مهارتي القراءة والكتابة، مع احتواء كل من الكتابين على أساسيات التركيب النحوي وبعض القواعد الإملائية ويعتمد المقرر أسلوب التدريبات والتطبيقات العملية لكل طالب، بالإضافة إلى النصوص التطبيقية في CD المرفق بالكتاب مع الامتحان النصفي والنهائي.

 

BUST01 مهارات تلاوة القرآن الكريم وتجويده (2P)  1 credit

يعد هذا المقرر من المقررات المهمة؛ كونه متعلق بكلام الله تعالى ثم إنه من متطلبات الجامعة، وهو مقرر نظري وتطبيقي يقوم الطالب فيه بتلاوة وحفظ نصف جزء عم من سورة (الطارق-الناس)، ودراسة الآداب التي ينبغي أن يتحلى بها قارئ القرآن، وفهم وتطبيق هذه الأحكام عند قراءة القرآن الكريم، وتستخدم طريقتي الحوار والمناقشة في التدريس، ويتم تقييم الطالب من خلال تلاوته للقرآن أثناء اللقاءات التعليمية، والقيام بالتكليفات المصاحبة – الصفية واللا صفية – مع الامتحانين النصفي والنهائي.

 

Second Year Courses                                                                                                        مقررات السنة الثانية

BEL001  Differential Equations (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course will provide students with fundamental concept of Differential Equations and foundational knowledge for engineering mathematics course. The course will focus on the following: Basic concepts of Differential Equations: Definition, types, order, power. Solutions of Differential Equations of order one; Separate, Homogeneous and inhomogeneous , Exact and inexact , linear and nonlinear , General Solutions of Homogeneous Differential Equations of order two by use characteristic equation , Partial Solution of Inhomogeneous Differential Equations of order two by operator differentiation. Some methods will be used in the teaching of this course, such as: lectures, problem-solving, Brainstorming, micro- assignments and micro-report.

 

BEL004  Engineering physics (2L, 2T)  3 credits

The general importance of this course is to provide students with the major concepts of Electrostatics and Magneto statics phenomena. It demonstrates various ways of calculating electric field, magnetic fields, electric and magnetic forces, electric potential, electric flux, magnetic flux. The course carried out using the lectures and Problems solving, assignments, lab experiments, Simulation Experiments and self learningused to teach this course. Evaluation via Written and Oral Examinations, Assignments evaluation, Quizzes, Reports and observation. The prerequisite of this course is physics.

 

BENG07  Engineering Mechanics (2L, 2T)  3 credits

The general importance of this course is to provide students with physical background with the variable ways that help them to solve real problems. This Course includes Concurrent force systems, Vectors, motion , work and energy, Impact , Rotational Motion and Rolling Motion. The course carried out using the lectures and self-learning, Assignments, Problems solving, Brainstorming session and Group work used to teach this course. Evaluation via Written and Oral Examinations, Assignments evaluation, Quizzes and observation. The prerequisite of this course is physics.

 

BEL007  Electronics (1) (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course provides students with the concepts of conductors, insulators semiconductors materials and basics of electronic devices. In addition, the course provides the students with ability to understand the characteristics of diode and its operation theory, diode models, diode applications, special–purpose diodes, bipolar junction transistors. The course includes four topics: introduction to electronics, Diode operation, Diode application, special purpose diodes, and operation of BJT. The main teaching strategies include lecture, tutorial, practical, dialogue and discussion, and project. The course pre-requisites are electrical circuits (1).

 

BEL006  Electrical Circuits (2) (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course provides the students with basics concept and properties of ac electrical circuits and networks, also a strategy to have the techniques to analyze and design AC electrical circuits and networks. This course contains the fundamentals response of R, L, and C elements to a sinusoidal voltage or current, and frequency response of the basic elements, also average power and power factor, complex numbers analysis, Phasor analysis, series-parallel ac circuits, Methods of analysis and selection of AC Topics, power factor, resonance circuits, mutual inductance and transformer. The teaching strategies include: lecture, tutorial, practical application, simulations tools, and mini-projects. This subject is one of college requirement courses.

 

BEL002  Linear Algebra (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course will provide students with fundamental concept of linear algebra and foundational knowledge for some engineering courses. This course discusses the basic concepts of : matrices; matrix operations, transpose, inverse ; determinants; solution of linear systems; eigenvalues and eigenvectors and its practical applications , basic concept of graph theory. Some methods will be used in the teaching of this course, such as: lectures, problem-solving, Brainstorming, micro- assignments and micro-report.

 

BEL008  Electronics (2) (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course provides students with the concepts of common electronic amplifier circuits that are required in electronic circuit design. In addition, the course provides the students with ability to analyze the different types of BJT transistor amplifiers and JFET Basic circuits. The course includes four main topics: biasing methods of BJT amplifiers, DC and AC analysis of common-emitter, common-collector, common-base amplifiers and differential amplifiers. In addition, the course covers the DC biasing of JFET and MOSFET circuits and their basic applications. The main teaching strategies include lecture, tutorial, practical, dialogue and discussion, and project. The course pre-requisites are electrical circuits(1), electrical circuits(2) and electronics(1).

 

BEL003  Engineering Mathematics (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course covers the transforms of Laplace and Fourier and their properties and inverses. Focusing on finding these transforms for the different types of functions, using these transforms in solving different systems (ordinary and partial differential equations) and some applications (electrical circuits and using MATLAB).The functions of complex variables and analytic and harmonic functions are also considered. Some methods will be used in the teaching of this course, such as: Lectures, tutorial, Problems and exercises, Group Discussion, further reading in directed topics (by self) and PowerPoint presentations.

 

BEL009  Fundamentals of Logic Design (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course is considered as an introduction to the basics of the digital design and systems. Also, it provides students the ability to understand the internal operation of the digital circuits and their design. In addition, it usually employed in digital computers, control systems, digital communications, and many other applications. This course includes the number systems, logic gates, simplification methods, and design basic and simple digital circuits. This course depends on lectures, tutorials, practical part, weakly homework, and a practical project that includes the most of the course's subjects. Also, it depends on computer skills and mathematics as prerequisites.

 

BEL019  Engineering Electromagnetic (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course provides students with fundamental electricity and magnetism concepts and enables them to use these concepts to develop, and design various engineering applications involving electromagnetic fields. To lay the foundations of electromagnetism and its practice in modern communications such as wireless, guided wave principles such as fiber optics and electronic electromagnetic structures. The course topics include vector analysis, Coulomb's law and electric field intensity, electric flux density, Gauss' law, and divergence, the steady magnetic field and time-varying fields and Maxwell's equations. The course pre-requisites are Engineering Physics (BEL004) and Physics (BENG03). The main teaching strategies include lecture, tutorial and problem solving.

 

BEL011  Fundamentals of Computer Programming (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides students with a comprehensive study of the C program language. It introduce to program design and problem solving using the C program language. Classroom lectures stress the strengths of C, which provide programmers with the means of writing efficient, maintainable, and portable code. The lectures are supplemented with non-trivial lab exercises. Programming topics include flow charts, decision table, C fundamentals, decision and case control structure, loop control, arrays, bitwise operator and functions. Within this course the students take simulation program in computer laboratory to simulate the concept of C language like Borland C program or Microsoft visual studio. The course pre-requisite is Computer Skills (BUST09) and the course co-requisite is Fundamentals of Logic Design (BEL009). The main teaching strategies include lecture,  practical and homework.

 

BUST04  تنميـة المهــارات القيـــادية (1L)  1 credit

يهدف المقرر الى تنمية بعض المهارات القيادية والإدارية لدى الدارسين، وتنمية فرص التميز لديهم، من خلال تعريفهم بسمات الشخصية القيادية والإدارية، وأهم طرق واساليب التحول من التبعية الى القيادة، وتعريفهم بأهم استراتيجيات التميز والتفاعل القيادي، اضافة الى تنمية بعض مهارات وأخلاقيات القيادة والإدارة المتعلقة بالتخطيط وادارة الذات والآخرين، وطرق واساليب اتخاذ القرارات الفعالة، واساليب التحفيز، واساليب التحفيز، ومهارات قيادة التغيير، وأخلاقيات الإدارة والقيادة.

 

Third Year Courses                                                                                                        مقررات السنة الثالثة

BEL018 Programming and simulation Using MATLAB (2L, 2P)  3 credits

Programming is a method of representation system's routine by mean of computer instructions, and Simulation is the process of designing a model for a system, and conducting experiments to understand its behavior, or evaluate various tests-results for the operation of the system. Programming & Simulation (P&S) has become an important tool in all phases of the data acquisition process, and can be used within all life cycle,  including analysis, design & development, integration and test-evaluation,  This subject focuses on MATLAB Basics, Interacting with MATLAB, Variables, Mathematical operations, Algebra and Arithmetic, Matrixes operations, Nested loops, Functions for input & output, MATLAB Graphics, DSP tools and DIP tools, Communications tools, SIMULINK, GUIs. The course strategy is lectures and practical , it is also part of program requirements.          

  

BEL017 Electronics (3) (2L, 2T, 2P)  4 credits

This course provides students with the concepts of some linear integrated circuits (ICs), such as an operational amplifier and its fundamental important circuits to give students a foundation in operational amplifier and application circuits. In addition, the course provides the students with the ability to analyze the effect of frequency on CE amplifier and operational amplifier. The course includes the basic operational amplifier and its characteristics, operational amplifier modes and several parameters, operational amplifier with negative feedback and effects on operational amplifier parameters, describe and analyze some operational amplifier application circuits, the frequency responses for operational amplifier and CE amplifiers. The main teaching strategies include lecture, tutorial, practical, dialogue, discussion, and project. The course pre-requisites are electrical circuits(1), electrical circuits(2), electronics(1) and electronics(2).

 

BENG06 Statistics & Probability (2L, 2P)  3 credits

The Course discusses: displaying the data, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, correlation , simple regression , types of random variables and some probability distributions .

 

BEL014 Measurements and Instrumentation (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course commences with a review of concepts and principles of basic systems of units, measurement standards and types of error in measurement. The course then covers different electrical and electronic instruments in analog and/or digital varieties (e.g. multi-meters, oscilloscopes and signal generators). Finally, transducers/sensor and signal conditioning circuit design are included. The main teaching strategies include lecture, tutorial, practical. The course pre-requisites are electrical circuits (1), electrical circuits (2) and electronics (1).

 

BCC008 Data Communication 1 (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides the basic concepts of data communication.  It provides students the ability to understand the various transmission media, digital and analog signals, analog modulation, and digital modulation, line coding, pulse code modulation, Switching, circuit switching, and packet switching. This course depends on experiments in communication laboratory, simulation program and a practical project that includes the most of the course's subjects.

 

BCC006 Software Engineering (2L)  2 credits

This course is very important to computer and network engineering students in order to take a look at the traditional and most recent practices of different software engineering approaches including the requirements analysis, design, development, verification, and maintenance. A look at some related issues such as SWE projects management and critical systems. An examination of object-oriented software construction focused on the Unified Modeling Language. An introduction to CASE tools. Students will collaboratively define requirements and design of a substantial project.

 

BEL012 Digital Signal Processing (2L, 2T)  3 credits

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is concerned with the representation of signals in digital form, and with the processing of these signals, and the information that they carry. Topics that will be covered in this course include, Discrete signals and systems, Analysis of discrete time LTI System in time domain, Convolution and Correlation, Sampling, Z-transform, Inverse Z-transform and properties, Analysis of  LTI System in Z-domain, Frequency-domain characteristics of LTI System, Frequency response of LTI System, Infinite impulse response (IIR) filter design, Finite impulse response (FIR) filter design, and realization of digital filters.

 

BCC003 Operating Systems (3L)  3 credits

The course will start with a brief historical perspective of the evolution of operating systems over the last fifty years, and then cover the major components and structure of most operating systems. This discussion will cover the tradeoffs that can be made between performance and functionality during the design and implementation of an operating system. In addition to OS structure and OS events particular emphasis will be given to these major OS subsystems: process, thread, scheduling, concurrency, deadlock, real and virtual memory management. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weakly assignments. Also, it depends on Fundamentals of Computer Programming as prerequisite course.

 

BEL013 Fundamentals of Control Engineering (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course Contains an introduction to control systems and its important in daily life. It discuss the block diagram of physical systems, Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms, and its use in control systems analysis, mathematical modeling and transfer function of input output control systems, study of system behavior and systems response due to different input signals, systems  stability analysis using Routh criterion, root-locus analysis, The teaching strategy is achieved through lectures and tutorial ,this subject is mandatory.    

 

BCC001 Object Oriented Programming (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides the student with the ability to solve interesting real-world problems through programming language (Java). It concentrates on the principles of good software engineering and stresses program clarity. Also, it emphasizes achieving program clarity through the most fundamental capabilities of object-oriented programming such as Inheritance and Polymorphism. Understanding of this course will be enhanced by examples and practicing in lab. The prerequisite of this course is Fundamentals of Computer Programming.

 

BCC009 Data Communication 2 (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides students the ability to understand the various multiplexing, error control, flow control and media access control concepts and techniques. It identifies the two famous networks models TCP/IP and ISO OSI and their layers’ functions. The course applies the concepts of data communication into practical networks such as Ethernet, Wi-Fi and cellular networks. This course depends on experiments in communication laboratory and simulation program that includes the most of the course's subjects.

 

BEL010 Microprocessors and Assembly Language (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course covers many topics in Intel microprocessor (8086/8088) such as microprocessor hardware architecture, addressing modes, and instructions' set. It concerns on programming microprocessors using assembly language. The purpose of this course is to understand the microprocessor’s main components, which will guide to program it correctly. Understanding of this course will be enhanced by examples and practicing in microprocessor lab. The prerequisite of this course are fundamentals of logic design and Fundamentals of Computer Programming.

 

BCC007 Computer networks 1 (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course is an introductory course in computer networks covers the concepts and fundamentals of computer local area networks, LAN switching concepts, logical addressing subnetting and routing, LAN analysis and design and practical examples. It requires Data Communications 1 course. The main teaching strategies include, lectures, dialogue and discussion, self-learning, laboratory work, problems solving, tutorial and research.

 

Fourth Year Courses                                                                                                        مقررات السنة الرابعة

BCC002 Microcontrollers (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course covers theoretical and practical topics of Microcontrollers such as Microprocessor registers, memory, input/output ports, timers and interrupts. This course demonstrates ATMEL 8051 programming in Assembly and C languages. The purpose of this course is to design a simple control system that serves the daily life’s necessities. Understanding of this course will be enhanced by practicing in Microcontroller lab. The prerequisite of this course is Microprocessors and Assembly Language.

 

BCC012 Wireless Networks (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course is essential for student to join the modern labor market. It equips student with the main basics of wireless techniques and enables him/her to analyze, design, and build an enterprise network that include different aspects of wireless techniques. The course is designed to cover the main concepts of wireless networks including types architecture, applications, requirements, protocols and standards. It emphasizes on main characteristics and structure of wireless network techniques. The course also covers the design issues of wireless network design and planning such as frequency, transmission rate, distance, power, and security. The course also provides an introductory for the infrastructure-less networks such as MANET, VANET, WSN, and Mesh network and ubiquitous computing. According to the program course plan, Data Communications(2) is a prerequisite to this course. The course involves lectures, Lab, and group-based project that enables student to use and apply the skills acquired in the implementation of a wireless networks using the most common network simulators such as NS2 and OPNET.

 

BCC010 Computer Networks (2) (2L) 2 credits

This course covers wide topics in computer networks and WAN technologies and provides the students the ability to analyze an existing WAN and design WAN for specific application . The course includes MAN, WAN, large internetworks, the internet, fundamentals of WANs, switching, WAN technologies, trends in WAN design , remote connection design, LAN/WAN integration, WAN analysis, WAN design and virtual private networks (PVN). The main teaching strategies include lecture, homework, problem solving. The course pre-requisites are computer networks(1).

 

BCC004 Computer Design and Architecture (1) (2L) 2 credits

This course is considered as an introduction to the computer organization and architecture. It introduces the computer performance and the interface between hardware and the lowest level software. This course provides students with the ability to design the main functional units of a processor, the interconnection between these units and the controller of the information flow in a processor such as MIPS processor. Also, it develops students’ abilities to recognize the advanced topics in computer architecture and technology trends in this field. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weakly homework. Also, it depends on Fundamentals of Logic Design and Microprocessors and Assembly Language as prerequisite courses.

 

BEL015 Graduation Project (1) (3L) 3 credits

The graduation project provides the student a practical application of all engineering subjects. This course contains, proposal for project plane, internet literature survey, data acquisition, theoretical analysis of project theories, experimental analysis of project using available-data, writing up a summary report about the previous stages, the supervisor will evaluate the report and give primary mark of the first semester. This course is part of fulfilment of B.Sc. requirements. Pre-request is to pass 3rd year level.

 

BCC011 Routing and Switching (2L, 1P)  2 credits

This course is a study of Routing and Switching fundamentals, and how the Internet is integrated into the computing environment to enable organizations to share resources, collaborate, and meet organizational goals. The data communication (2) course is required as a pre-request, Networking Technologies, are expanded upon to incorporate the linking of these simple networks to each other and to the Internet, to create an internetwork. Routing and Switching devices such as switches and routers will be examined in great detail. Students will focus on techniques to analyze, plan, and manage an enterprise network. In support of these techniques, lab activities will include sub-netting, packet-sniffing, and switch and router configuration.

 

BCC013 Networks Security (2L) 2 credits

This course provides students with fundamentals of computer networks security. In addition the course provides the students to understand how to apply different types of security techniques to achieve security for specific application and use firewalls for protecting local system and networks. The main teaching strategies include lecture, Dialogue and discussion, Self Study and Problem solving.

 

BCC005 Computer Design and Architecture (2) (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This focuses on basic and advanced concepts of computer architecture such as caches, buses and multiprocessor. It introduces and covers a hardware description language such as VHDL. This course provides students with the ability to implement the MIPS processor with its memory using VHDL and FPGA. In addition, it enhances students’ abilities to recognize the types and main components of multiprocessor system. Understanding of this course will be enhanced by examples and practicing in Lab.The prerequisite of this course is Computer Design and Architecture (1).

 

BCML01 Optical Communications (Elective) (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides the main concepts of optical fiber communication components and systems.  It provides students the ability to understand the fiber optics and light theory. It provides the student with the ability to understand and deal with the different types cables, connectors, transmitters, and receivers .This course depends on lectures, practical part, weakly homework, and a practical project that includes the most of the course's subjects.

 

BIEL02 Electronic Designs (Elective) (2L, 2P)  3 credits

This course provides the basic concepts of electronic design.  It provides students the ability to analysis & syntheses several electronic systems such as power supply, oscillators and Timers. The course includes the types of voltage regulators, their protection circuits, over load circuits, types of oscillators & their application in practical circuits. This course depends on lectures, practical part, weakly homework, and a practical project that includes the most of the course's subjects, The course pre-requisites are electrical circuits(1), electrical circuits(2) , electronics(1), electronics(2) and electronics(3).

 

BCCL03 Digital Electronics (Elective) (3L) 3 credits

This course considers as an introduction to the basics of the digital electronics. In addition, it provides students the ability to understand the internal operation of the field effect transistor (FET). In addition, it usually employed in digital and logic design, digital computers, control systems, digital communications, and many other applications.This course includes the Field-Effect Transistors (FET-JFET), NMOS /NMOS / PMOS Logic Design, complementary MOS (CMOS) logic design, MOS memory and storage circuits and bipolar logic circuits. This course depends on lectures and tutorials part, weekly homework that includes the most of the course's subjects. In addition, it depends on computer skills and mathematics as prerequisites.

 

BCCL04 Computer Networks Management and Design (Elective) (2L, 2T)  3 credits

This course presents enterprise network planning, design. An emphasis will be placed on current technologies for optimum network design. It equips student to gain an intermediate level understanding of the design, and analysis of enterprise Computer Networks. The proficiency gained will extend to the installation and use of common network hardware and software using network simulators. Analysis and design of enterprise networks will also be covered by the hands-on analysis and design of network operating systems and other networking tools. Topics include analysis and design network protocols, technologies and network security. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weekly homework. In addition, it depends on Computer Networks (1), Computer Networks (2), and Wireless Networks as prerequisite courses.

 

BCCL05 Advanced Computer Architecture (Elective) (3L) 3 credits

This course focuses on advanced topics of computer architecture. It covers the multiprocessors design and performance. This course provides students with the ability to design a chip multiprocessor with shared and distributed memory. In addition, it develops students’ abilities to recognize the advanced topics in multiprocessors architecture such as multithreading, clustering and associative. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weekly homework. In addition, it depends on fundamentals of logic design, microprocessors and assembly language, and computer design and architecture (1) & (2) as prerequisite courses.

 

BCCL06 Computer Networks Modeling and Simulation (Elective) (2L, 2P)  3 credits

As networking systems have become more complex and expensive, hands-on experiments based on networking simulation have become essential for teaching the key computer networking topics to students and professionals. The simulation approach is highly useful because it provides a virtual environment for a variety of desirable features such as modeling a network based on specified criteria and analyzing its performance under different scenarios. Modeling a given problem in the networks and simulating it could lead to better results through discussing the model and enhancing it before the actual model is built. The purpose of this course is to introduce fundamental principles and concepts in systems modeling and simulation, and to focus essentially to modeling and simulation a variety of networking designs and protocols. Topics to be covered in this course include basics of discrete-event system simulation, mathematical and statistical models, simulation design, experiment design, and modeling of simulation data. The course introduces simulation examples, such as queuing systems, Ethernet, Token Ring, Switched LANs, Network planning and design, ATM, Routing Information Protocol, Open Shortest Path First, Border Gateway Protocol, Transmission Control Protocol, Resource Reservation Protocol, Firewalls and VPN, Wireless Local Area Network, Mobile Wireless Network. The prerequisites of this course are Computer Networks (1), Computer Networks (2), and Wireless Networks.

 

BEL016 Graduation Project (2) (3L) 3 credits

This course is a continuation to the graduation project (1), the student must introduce new theoretical analysis, or start to build project hardware (if any), or conduct new type of simulation such as ( digital or analogue computer simulation) …etc. The next stage is to test the project stuff and check its validity, then perform final measurements and obtain output results. The student must establish a new conclusion about the project. The final copy of the thesis must be completed, and reviewed by the supervisor, so to be ready for the final seminar with the project committee-exam. The supervisor will evaluate that copy and give primary mark of the second semester. This course is part of fulfilment of B.Sc. program. Pre-request is to pass 3rd year level.

 

BUST10 مناهج البحث العلمي (2L  2 (credits

يُعد هذا المقرر من أهم المقررات الدراسية كونه يمكن الطالب الجامعي من المهارات التي تساعده على انجاز بحث التخرج، وهو يعمل على إكسابه مجموعة من المعلومات والمعارف حول العلم والمعرفة، والبحث العلمي ومناهجه، وينمي الاتجاهات الإيجابية لدى المتعلم تجاه البحث العلمي، ويتحقق ذلك من خلال مجموعة من الأنشطة الفاعلة (طرائق وأساليب تدريس، ووسائل ) كطريقة الحوار والمناقشة، والتعلم الذاتي، والبحث، والتطبيقات، مع استخدام الباوربوينت عند العرض، وتقييم الطالب من خلال المشاركة الصفية والتكليفات المصاحبة – الصفية واللاصفية – والاختبار النصفي والنهائي.

 

Th.=Theoretical,                         Tut.=Tutorial,                          Pr.=Practical

  BUST = University Requirements    ,       BENG = Faculty Requirements    ,   BEL = Department Requirements  ,    BCC = Program Requirements

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