Available courses

The course should enable the students to:
Analyze and explore the uses of Logic Functions for Building Digital Logic cct's
Explore the Combinational Logic Circuits.
Examine the Operation of Sequential (Synchronous and Asynchronous) cct's.
main subjects:
2-Boolean Algebra and Gate Level Minimization
3-Design of Combinational Circuits
4-Design of Sequential Circuits

Book References:
1. Charles H. Roth Jr, “Fundamentals of Logic Design”, Thomson Brooks/Cole, 5th Edition, 2004.
2. C. V. S. Rao, “Switching Theory and Logic Design, Pearson Education, 1st Edition, 2005.
3. M. Rafiquzzaman, “Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Micro Computer Design”, John Wiley,5th Edition, 2005

Web References:
1. http://www.american.cs.ucdavis.edu/academic/ecs154a.sum14/postscript/cosc205.pdf
2. http://www.engrcs.com/courses/engr250/engr250lecture.pdf
3. http://www.ece.rutgers.edu/~marsic/Teaching/DLD/slides/lec-1.pdf
Microprocessor is a topic about the fundamentals of how computer components are operate physically depending of electrical and logic system operations.

The main objective of this undergraduate course is to provide an in-depth understanding of Database Management Systems. In particular, students will be exposed to cover advanced topics in modern database systems, including specialization, generalization, aggregation. Also a various other subject will be discussed like normalization, distributed databases, data warehousing and data mining, and also look at database system implementation, Client/server database, Parallel database.
Beside to the theoretical part, the students in the practical part will learn how to design, create, and manipulate databases using Microsoft SQL Server 2014. Topics will include table design, forms, queries, and reports. Students will also learn the fundamentals of defining table relationships and explore the features of a relational database management system.
This course introduces the principles behind the construction of compilers, including automata, lexical analysis, syntactic analysis, constructing parser, translation, and code generation. Various features of programming language will be studied through the eye of the compiler designer.
This course is intended to help students gain fundamental and comprehensive understanding of information security. It introduces the concepts and issues related to securing information systems and the development of policies to implement information security controls. Students will also have hands-on experience in selected information security technologies through lab sessions.
This course will cover fundamental concepts used in soft computing. The Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) will be covered first, followed by the concepts of Fuzzy logic (FL) and optimization techniques using Genetic Algorithm (GA). Applications of Soft Computing techniques to solve a number of real life problems will be covered to have hands on practices. In summary, this course will provide exposure to theory as well as practical systems and software used in soft computing.
This Course deals with the mathematical ideas underlying cryptography and coding theory, including algebra, number theory, and probability theory. Cryptography comprises the first half of the course; it is the science of Keeping and breaking secret codes: encryption is what keeps the details of credit card safely when we deal with it over the internet. The course will study the mathematics behind some of the classical and modern encryption systems in current use. Coding theory comprises the second half of the course; it provides the theories and methods for encoding information, so that it can be transmit over a noisy channel and can be successfully decode by the receiver.
Course overview:
The importance of studying these subjects to understanding microbiology and learn how
to deal with many instruments in the lab during working as a microbiologist especially how
to use microscope which is the first and forever friend for any biologist, student able to
make slides and identify different types of microorganisms during this year study using
different test, staining techniques and lab index.
Microbiology is a wide field including different types of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi,
viruses…etc) which are closely related to our daily life.
Course objective:
Define the science of microbiology and describe some of the general methods used in the study of microorganisms.
Discuss the historical concept of spontaneous generation and the experiments that were
performed to disprove this erroneous idea
Describe some of the various activities of microorganisms that are beneficial to humans
Describe procaryotic and eucaryotic morphology, the two types of cellular anatomy, and
also the distribution of microorganisms among the various kingdoms or domains in which living organisms are categorized
Discuss the importance of the field of microbiology to other areas of biology and to
general human welfare
This course provides students with an understanding of the endocrine system and coordination between different organs through hormones, which are chemicals released into the bloodstream from specific types of cells within endocrine (ductless) glands. Once in circulation, hormones affect the function of the target tissues, which may be another endocrine gland or an end organ. The weekly laboratory session will complement the lecture, mainly by providing hands-on experience in observation, data collection, measurement, and problem-solving skills.The purpose of taking this course is to learn the basic concepts and principles of the endocrine system. Most of the lecture examples will be drawn from mammals, especially humans. This is because our understanding of the function of mammalian systems is better than it is for almost any other animal species. However, there are situations in which the presentation of non-mammalian systems will enhance our understanding of endocrinology in general.
Haematology is a science that deals with blood and its components, their structure, function, and disorders.

l The course is designed to introduce/illustrate the importance of phytochemistry and pharmacologically bioactive compound which came from natural origin mainly plant origin, secondary metabolite and Functions of Phytochemicals such as, phenolic, terpenoid and alkaloid compounds…..etc, are all will discuss in details.
lThe aim of the lectures is not to rely just on factual information but to impart an understanding of natural products structures and the way they are put together by living organisms

lThe biosynthesis, isolation and identification of the secondary plant constituents and discussion of natural drugs containing these constituents constitute the programmer of the Phytochemistry lectures in the 4th year. During Phytochemistry lectures plant constituents biosynthesized via mevalonic acid pathway and nitrogenous secondary metabolites will be discussed.

To Study the concepts of Vector.
To Study the basic & concepts of Forces.
To Study the concepts of Motion and the Laws of Motion.
To Study the concepts of Energy, Work & Power, …
To Study the Rotation of a Rigid Objects, …
To Study the concepts of Universal Gravitation.
To Study the Motion in a Circle.
To Study the concepts of Momentum and Collisions, …
To study the basics of Elasticity and its importance.
To study the concepts of bending of beams and its applications.
To study the Fluid, Viscosity and Surface tension.
To study the Oscillations, Mechanical Waves & Sound.
This course provides in depth general field properties; review of vector calculus and coordinate systems; static electric fields, static magnetic fields; Coulomb, Gauss, Biot-Savart and Ampere’s laws; Boundary value problems and method of images; Magnetic vector potential. Materials: dielectric and magnetic materials, their properties, capacitance and inductance, applications.
The course also coverage of all aspects of electromagnetics, with a focus on field and wave generation and propagation. The course will focus on the more practical aspects of E-M theory, with application examples taken from the problems in the textbook as well as from other references. The specific subjects covered will be vectors and fields, electrostatics, electric current flow, magnetic fields, Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic wave propagation in differential, integral and phasor forms as well as their propagations in different mediums.