
▸ ARAB101 Arabic Language 1 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
the course builds on the knowledge of basic structures of arabic language provided by preuniversity education. it enables students to put this knowledge into practical prospective, allowing them to develop and use various skills in reading and writing academic literatures and professional communication, such as research projects, public speaking, reports writing, and business communications. 
▸ ARAB201 Arabic Language 2 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: ARAB101 
the course contents deal with more complex concepts of arabic language. specifically, it focuses on the linguistic composition of sentences, and the proper syntax and vocalization. critical readings of poems and prose will be used to achieve the course objectives. 
▸ CE 102 Engineering Graphics 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
introduction: skills of freehand sketching. methods of projection: orthographic, isometric. dimensioning of views. third view prediction. primary and successive auxiliary views. intersections of surfaces and bodies. development of surfaces. sectioning. introduction to assembly drawings. steel sections. pipe connections. standards and conventions. 
▸ CE 201 Engineering Mechanics (Statics) 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: MATH101 
vector operations. equilibrium of a particle. freebody diagram. moment of forces about a point and about an axis. equivalent systems. joints. equilibrium of a rigid body in two and three dimensions. trusses. frames and machines. dry friction. wedges. frictional forces on screws and flat belts. rolling resistance. virtual work for a system of connected rigid bodies. 
▸ CE 202 Strength Of Materials 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: CE 201 
review of statics, internal reactions. concept of stress. concept of strain, stressstrain relations. deformation of axially loaded members. torsion of circular members. normal force, shear force and bending moment diagrams. flexure and shearing stresses in beams. transformation of plane stresses. concept of design of beams. concept of beam deflection. concept of buckling of columns. laboratory experiments. 
▸ CE 203 Engineering Mechanics (Dynamics) 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: PHYS101 
review of particle motion. rotation and translation of a rigid body in the plane. general motion. displacement, velocity, and acceleration of rigid bodies, including coriolis motion. motion about a fixed point. equations of motion for a rigid body. constrained plane motion. work and energy. impulse and momentum. gyroscopic motion. introduction to mechanical vibrations. 
▸ CE 204 Computer Aided Design 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 102 
introduction to computer aided design and drafting, (cadd), 2d drawings with autocad includes multiview projection, dimensions, sections, auxiliary views, free hand sketching, mining and civil engineering problems, metallic members and their connections, bearing and slope of lines and planes, contour map lines, cut and fill, blue print reading, and 3d drawings. 
▸ CE 290 Fluid Mechanics 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: PHYS102 
concepts and definitions, fluid statics. forces on submerged surfaces and bodies. nonviscous flow, conservation of mass, momentum and energy. bernoulli equation. dimensional analysis. the pitheorem, similarity. viscous flow, pipe flow, losses in conduit flow . laminar and turbulent flow. 
▸ CE 321 Construction Management 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: IE 255 
characteristics of construction industry; project delivery systems; the design and construction process; construction contracting; construction planning; project control, conceptual cost estimation; and quality and safety management. 
▸ CE 332 Geology For Civil Engineers 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 202 
introduction to engineering geology, earth surface and physical properties of earth materials, geological processes, types and classification of rocks, physical and mineralogical properties of rocks, basics of structural geology, soil formation and properties, clay minerals, groundwater. 
▸ CE 333 Geotechnical Engineering 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: CE 332 
weightvolume relationships. physical properties of soil. soil classification. permeability and seepage. shear strength. compressibility, consolidation and settlement. introduction to lateral earth pressure and slope stability 
▸ CE 340 Structural Analysis I 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 202 
basic principles. analysis of statically determinate trusses, beams, frames, arches, suspension cables. influence lines for statically determinate structures. deflection of structures. buckling of columns. 
▸ CE 341 Materials Of Construction 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: CE 202 
manufacturing, properties and tests of metals, aggregate, cementing materials, fresh and hardened pc concrete, asphalt concrete, masonry, wood and plastics. design and production of pc concrete and asphalt mixtures. computer applications in mix design. 
▸ CE 342 Reinforced Concrete Design I 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 341 
introduction to properties of concrete and reinforcing steel. behavior of reinforced concrete under flexure and shear. introduction to acicode. types of loads ant their factors. ultimate strength method of design. analysis and design of singly and doubly reinforced sections. analysis and design of tsection. design of beams against shear forces. design of oneway slab and stairways. development length. design of isolated, combined and wall footings. 
▸ CE 351 Hydraulics 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 290 
pipe flow analysis and design. steady flow in closed conduits and networks. steady uniform flow in open channels. nonuniform flows in open channels. flow measurements. hydraulic machinery (i.e. pumps and hydraulic turbines), urban storm drainage, hydraulic structures, computer simulation and analysis. 
▸ CE 353 Hydrology And Water Resources Engineering 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 351 
principles of hydrology and water resources engineering. objectives of water resources development. water demand. hydrologic cycle. measurement and analysis of precipitation, evaporation, infiltration and stream flows. water balance. reservoirs, dams and spillways. conjunctive use of surface and groundwater. planning for water resources development. economical analysis of water resources projects. 
▸ CE 370 Surveying 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: IE 201 
introduction to the basic surveying theory and practice; units of measurements and conversions; error analysis; distance measurements by taping; leveling; angle measurements; traversing and traverse computations; topographic surveying and mapping; area and volume computations; circular curves; use of surveying software such as wolfpack and surfer. 
▸ CE 381 Transportation Engineering 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 370 
transportation as a system; human and vehicle characteristics; traffic flow characteristics; highway capacity analysis; highway control devices; public transportation; urban transportation planning; parking facilities; transportation safety; intelligent transportation system and computer applications; introduction to railway, waterway, airport and pipeline. 
▸ CE 390 Summer Training 
  
▸ CE 401 Civil Engineering Fundamentals 
Credit Hours: 2 
Prerequisite: CE 390 
the course is designed to review the basic fundamentals of civil engineering. the students will be exposed to the different fields of civil engineering. 
▸ CE 422 Construction Engineering 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 321 
types, selection, utilization, and unit cost of construction equipment regarding soil compaction and stabilization, excavation and earthmoving operations. formwork design. detailed cost estimation for civil works. project control. 
▸ CE 434 Foundation Engineering 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 333 
site exploration and selection. types of foundations. bearing capacity of shallow foundations. foundation settlement. deep foundations. lateral earth pressure. retaining walls. computer applications 
▸ CE 440 Structural Analysis Ii 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 340 
analysis of statically indeterminate structures by method of consistent deformations. method of slopedeflection and moment distribution. influence lines for statically indeterminate structures. approximate methods for analysis of multisections forms. classical stiffness method of structural analysis. direct stiffness method for trusses. 
▸ CE 442 Reinforced Concrete Design Ii 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: CE 342 
review aci 318 code provisions. design of continuous beams and frames: continuity of reinforced concrete structures, load combinations. design of twoway slabs: edge supported vs. column supported slab systems (ddm). design of rectangular and circular reinforced concrete columns, axialy and eccentrically loaded columns, interaction diagrams. slender columns and biaxial bending. 
▸ CE 461 Environmental Engineering 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: CE 353 
in this course, the physical, chemical, mathematical and biological principles for defining, quantifying, and measuring environmental quality are described. next, the processes by which nature assimilates waste material are described and the natural purification processes that form the bases if engineering systems are detailed. finally, the engineering principles and practices involved in the design and operation of conventional environmental engineering works are covered at length. 
▸ CE 482 Highway Design And Construction 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: CE 381 
characteristics of driver, pedestrian vehicle, and traffic flow; affecting highway design; geometric design of highways; layouts of intersections, interchanges and terminals; highway drainage; review of highway paving materials; design of asphalt paving mixtures; pavement design; highway construction and supervision; categorize common pavement surface distress and associated correction activates; introduction to maintenance management system; computer applications on highway geometric design. 
▸ CE 499 Senior Project 
  
▸ COMM101 Communication Skills 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: ESP 101 
survey of theories of interpersonal communication in social and professional relational contexts with attention to roles, social exchange, dimensions of communication both socially and professionally, development and deterioration of communications. 
▸ EE 250 Basic Electrical Circuits 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: PHYS102 
electric quantities and circuit elements. kirchhoff's laws. mesh and node analyses. sinusoidal steadystate analysis using phasors. network theorem and transformations. ideal transformers. threephase circuits. 
▸ ELC 102 Technical English (2) 
Credit Hours: 2 
Prerequisite: ESP 101 
prepare the student to : communicate and interact effectively in a variety of encounters, in academic and business writing, to use information technology to process and research data. to read, understand and extract relevant information from general and specialized material. 
▸ IE 201 Introduction To Engineering Design I 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: ESP 102 
introduction to active learning: team work, team dynamics, team norms and communication, conducting effective meetings and quality assessment. problem solving procedure, problem definition, generation of solutions, selection methodology, solution implementation, assessment of implementation. levels of learning and degrees of internalization. ethical decision. organization of the work and design notebook. reverse engineering and design projects. 
▸ IE 255 Engineering Economy 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: MATH101 
fundamentals of engineering economy. time value for money. evaluation of alternatives.
replacement and retention analysis. break even analysis. depreciation methods. basics of
inflation. 
▸ IE 331 Probability And Engineering Statistics 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: MATH102 
descriptive statistics with graphical summaries. basic concepts of probability and its engineering applications. probability distributions of random variables. confidence intervals. introduction to hypothesis testing. correlation and linear regression. 
▸ ISLS101 Islamic Culture 1 
Credit Hours: 2 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
this course studies general topics of economics in islam, concentrating on issues such as: private and public property, money and its time value, transactions involving property transfer and its exceptional restrictions, the importance of work and worker relations, conditions and controls, the rights of workers and owners, productivity, the right of consumers and income distribution. 
▸ ISLS201 Islamic Culture 2 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
the course is an extension of isls101. it concentrates in more depth on the work environment. the emphasis will be on the responsibilities of employer toward evaluating, selecting, training, and compensating their workers based on fair and balanced criteria. it also discusses the work environment through the safety, well being of workers, and business strategy. 
▸ ISLS301 Islamic Culture 3 (Business Ethics) 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
the emphasis of this course is on the responsibilities of management and staff toward other stakeholders, namely society, suppliers, customers, government, and owner/shareholders. topics will include from islamic point of view: social responsibility, trust, devotion, loyalty, lawobedience, and honesty; all in the context of business practices 
▸ MATH099 PreCalculus 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
this course emphasizes two components necessary for success in this level course which employ mathematics. the first component consists of basic algebraic notions and their manipulations. the second component consists of the practice of solving multistep problems from other disciplines, called mathematical modeling. the topics include: lines, systems of equations, polynomials, rational expressions, exponential and logarithmic functions. students will engage in group projects in mathematical modeling. 
▸ MATH102 Calculus Ii 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: MATH101 
methods of integration. applications of integration to ac lengths, areas, volumes, moments. improper integrals. sequences and series (convergence & divergence), power series: expansion of elementary functions. the general conic (translation & rotational) introduction to partial differentiation. 
▸ MATH203 Calculus Iii 
Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisite: MATH102 
vector algebra and application in 3ddifferent coordinate systems in 3d. analytic geometry in 3d; (lines & planes), plane curves, tangents and normal. curvature. functions of several variables: partial derivatives & differentials, extreme and applications. line, double and triple integrals with applications in various coordinates. vector analysis: differentiation of a vector function, directional derivatives. differential operators (grad, div, curl). integration of a vector faction. divergence, green's and stokes' theorems. 
▸ MATH204 Introduction To Differential Equations 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: MATH203 
introduction equations of first order and first degree. methods of solutions of linear equations of higher order with constant coefficients. differential equations with variable coefficients; variation of parameters. system of linear differential equations. laplace transform. series solutions for ordinary points. introduction to partial differential equations. 
▸ MATH205 Series & Vectors Analysis 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: MATH204 

▸ PHYS101 General Physics I 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: EL 400 
vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in a plane newton's laws, applications of newton's laws "friction law of gravitation satellite motion", work and energy impulse and momentum, rotational motion. 
▸ PHYS101 General Physics I (Lab) 
Credit Hours: 1 
Prerequisite: MATH099 
vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in a plane newton's laws, applications of newton's laws "friction law of gravitation satellite motion", work and energy impulse and momentum, rotational motion. 
▸ PHYS102 General Physics Ii 
Credit Hours: 3 
Prerequisite: PHYS101 
electric charge. electric field. electric potential electric current. dc circuits and instruments. magnetism. laws of amper and faraday. maxwell equations. 
▸ PHYS102 General Physics Ii (Lab) 
Credit Hours: 1 
Prerequisite: PHYS101 
electric charge. electric field. electric potential electric current. dc circuits and instruments. magnetism. laws of amper and faraday. maxwell equations. 