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Digital Logic Design is foundation to the fields of electrical engineering and computer engineering. It is used to develop hardware, such as circuit boards and microchip processors.

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 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 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.
The course is comprised of lectures, discussions, laboratories, guided and independent investigations, and presentations. The focus of the course is on the anatomy and functional morphology of photosynthetic organisms in both aquatic and terrestrial systems. The primary objective of the course is to gain an understanding of the internal structure of vascular plants. The emphasis will be on the angiosperms (flowering plants) but consideration of certain features of gymnosperms and lower vascular plants will be made where appropriate for comparison. Further objectives are to discuss the functional significance of plant structure as much as possible and to consider the development and phylogeny of the plant tissues and organs. Because complete interpretation of plant function, classification, ecology, etc. depends on a good basic understanding of plant structure, plant anatomy is important to all areas of botany.


Molecular biology: The study of biology on a molecular level including the structure, function, and makeup of biologically important molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins. The field of molecular biology involves many other areas of biology such as biochemistry and genetics.
The course will cover Microbial Physiology texts topics with print media and internet articles including schematic diagrams, images and movies that deal with the field of microbial physiology that expanded at an incredibly rapid pace since the last edition of this text. To give full measure to the extraordinary advances made in microbial physiology. The development and implementation of new, highly sophisticated, techniques to study the molecular genetics and physiology of an ever broadening range of microbes has prompted to study this field of the science. The lectures consider with the bacterial structures, microbial growth, nutrition requirements, the factors that affecting growth, micro and macronutrient, enzymes and the metabolism pathways of the microorganism, intermediary metabolism; also deals with antibiotics and toxins production by these microbes. One of the benefits of students taking Microbial Physiology course is that they will become more familiar with the microbial metabolism, and to better appreciate the elegant simplicities and the intricate complexities of microbial physiology, while at the same time realizing that there is still much to be learned.
Virology literally means the study of viruses. Viruses are most often associated with disease but many are surprised to learn that they can be the cause of cancer and even be used to transmit genes between cells in the laboratory.
A virus is not a living organism because it cannot reproduce without a host cell. It is simply a protein capsule that contains nucleic acids (DNA or RNA) that are released into cells and in many cases causes disease
The subject will cover the strategies that different groups of viruses employ to replicate in host cells and their mechanisms for manipulating cellular biochemistry for their own ends. The different outcomes possible for both the virus and the host cell, including clearance, persistence, carcinogenesis, and immunodeficiency will be discussed. Also covered will be how viruses may be transmitted and detected, and the pathogenic process. The host immune response to infection and the various mechanisms used by viruses to evade the host’s defenses will also be explored.
Neuroscience is the scientific study of the structure and function of the nervous system. It includes molecular and cellular study, development, physiology, and neurological disorders. In this course, we will talk about the molecular and cellular basis of the nervous system. We also study the embryonic development of the nervous system to better understand the origin of different parts of the nervous system. The ultimate goal of neuroscience is to connect a specific neural circuit to pertinent behaviour. The neurobiological basis of various behaviours will be discussed. The molecular and cellular mechanisms of memory storage and retrieval will be discussed as well.




Our immune system not only protects us from viruses, bacteria, and parasites, it can prevent the growth of tumors. Sometimes our immune system can be the cause of diseases like multiple sclerosis, Type 1 diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis. If you are interested in studying how our immune system works to keep us alive, then the Immunology course is for you. This course of study will provide an overview of the immune system and the essential features of immune responses an introduction to the nature of the cells and molecules involved in the immune response, Phagocytosis, lymphoid organs, cells and receptors, Recognition of pathogens; antigen processing and presentation.
Food Microbiology ( First semester)
The course introduces the basic concepts of food microbiology.
Food Microbiology include an overview of groups of microorganisms important in food (bacteria, molds, yeasts) with factors effecting on their growth in food.
Also the course includes the sources of food contamination with microorganisms, spoilage of food products by microorganisms, methods of food preservation.
Also includes the important food pathogens and methods of prevention and controlling them. Also the course includes the microbiological quality and safety of foods.


Industrial Microbiology ( Second Semester )

The course introduces the basic concepts of industrial microbiology.
The course deals with the possible utilization of microorganisms in industrial processes, or in processes in which their activities may become of industrial or technical and economic value significance. Of major economic, environmental and social importance, industrial microbiology involves the utilization of microorganisms in the production of a wide range of products, including enzymes, foods, beverages, chemical feed stock, fuels and pharmaceuticals, and clean technologies employed for waste treatment and pollution control. Industrial microbiology also encompasses activities like production of bio control agents, inoculates used as bio fertilizers, etc.


Analytical Chemistry is worried about the concoction portrayal of issue, both qualitative and quantitative.it is significant in almost every part of our lives since synthetic concoctions make up all that we use. 
Case of the utilization of analytical chemistry techniques is drawn from such region as life science, clinical science, air and water contamination, and industrial analysis. This branch of chemistry becomes important when you understand that an inaccurate blood analysis may jeopardize a patients life, or that a mistake in quality control analysis may bring about a genuine monetary misfortune for manufacture.

This course is composed of ten modules or experiments. The six experiments will be performed simultaneously by rotating teams of two students each. Each team will rotate through the set of six experiments, with at least two weeks devoted to each of the labs.There will be occasional take home exams which will require independent study, web and literature searches for completion. These will be devoted to various topics important in experimental physical chemistry, such as temperature measurement, pressure measurement, voltage and current measurement, equipment design, computer interfacing and data logging, vacuum methods, high pressure methods, balances, pH meters, signal averaging, and timing.
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.

The 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

The 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.
Students must have the opportunity to learn and understand Mechanics and Properties of Matter. It helps nature problem-solving skills and student creativity. By starting early, students get a foundation for success in any career path. The goal of mechanics and properties of matter are not just for future scientists, researchers, and engineers but it’s a physical thinking: learning to analyze, classify problems. It is especially appropriate for students planning to specialize or major in physical science or engineering. The first course is Mechanics and explores topics such as vectors; kinematics; Newton's laws of motion; work, energy and power; systems of particles and linear momentum; circular motion and rotation; and oscillations and gravitation. In addition to classical mechanics, the Properties of Matter are included: The second course explores topics such as the basics of Elasticity and its importance; concepts of bending of beams and its applications; concepts of viscosity and surface tension; Oscillations and Mechanical Waves; understand some acoustical phenomena (Sound). Hint: Calculus-based and Introductory differential and integral calculus is used throughout the course.

Elementary particle physics is a large topic and there are limits on what we can hope to achieve in a single term. The main objectives of this course will be to become familiar with the principal concepts and building blocks of elementary particle physics and to see how they are related. We will not spend much time with mathematically rigorous derivations, but rather we will concentrate on broader concepts. That is, we will usually not derive in detail but rather only motivate how theory leads to a certain prediction for the outcome of an experiment. We will, however, compare the prediction with experimental results and see what this implies. The course is intended to provide a broad overview that will allow you to continue with 4th year of particle physics in greater depth.

The 1st subject in Solid State Physics is to understand the crystallography of solids. In this part the formation of lattices in the shape of bulk crystalline form will be discussed and studied. This will be in the form of crystal structure in one system, two system and finally in three system which we called three dimensional crystal system. The type of crystals will be given. The crystal planes also will also be given.
In the 2nd part, the mechanical properties of solids will be studied including lattice vibration for the two systems of monatomic and diatomic, from the two we understand how the energy will interact with mater. From this low energy and high energy interaction will be understand throughout the 1st BZ diagram. In this case the dispersion curve in 1st BZ is one of the most important subjects to be understood. The Debye and Einstein model for lattice thermal properties also one of the important subject will be in the lecturer text.
The 3rd part is free electron model in solids. In this model, the electronic conductivity will be explained according to gas model distribution of electrons in solids. Fermi-Dirac statistics, Boltzmann and Bose-Einstein will be discussed in accordance of their applications of electron distribution in solid. The information will lead to understand electronic thermal properties of solids such as thermal conductivities and thermoelectric power as well as the energy band structure in solids.
The statistics mentioned above will also help to understand and analyze the Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism of solids.
Energy bands in solids will help us to understand Hall effect phenomenon in solid materials. In this subject, the interaction of energy with solids will be studied. We will try to give the information abut how external energy can interact with that of the internal where the two energies should be the same type. We understand in this part how, the velocity of electrons in solid can be changed after the magnetic field is applied.
In the last part of the subject in this course, the fundamentals of superconductivity will be given. The critical point temperature of superconductivity and the effects of magnetic field of the critical point will be the subject of the course.
this course is studying the environment physically and its relationship with meteorology, atmospheric physics, and cloud physics.

Crystallography: is the experimental science of determining the arrangement of atoms in the crystalline solids, crystallographic study includes: Growth, External shape, and internal structure. It also comprises the study of crystal systems, form of crystals, and projecting crystal on two dimension surfaces