EE 101 Engineering Orientation (1 2 2 )
This course contains the basic coverage of Electrical-Electronics Engineering concepts, systems of units, error analysis, electric circuits, electrical energy generation, distribution and consumption, electric shock, electrical safety, static electric, radiation, basic measurement devices.
EE 103 Computational Tools for Electrical-Electronics Eng. ( 3 2 4 )
The Course is based on learning Matlab programming language. Using its benefits and useful tools.
EE 104 Introduction to Electronics ( 3 0 3 )
EE 154 Computer Programming for Electrical-Electronics Eng. ( 3 2 4 )
The Course is based on Learning Sequential C programming and object oriented C++ programming language logics using all their benefits and useful tools for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
EE 209 Electromagnetics Theory ( 4 0 4 )
EE 213 Digital Design ( 3 2 4 )
The Course is based on digital systems and binary numbers, the students who take this course will have the ability of digital systems design using combinational logical circuits.
EE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis I ( 3 2 4 )
This course covers circuit simplification methods, basic components of analog circuits; resistors, capacitors, inductors, voltage sources, and current sources, DC analysis of these components and introduction to the AC analysis.
EE 203 Probability and Random Variables ( 3 0 3 )
This course covers the basics of probability theory that is an essential part of Electrical-Electronics Engineering discipline. Set theoretical foundations of probability theory, combinatorics, single and multiple random variables will be covered throughout the term.
EE 212 Electromagnetic Wave Theory ( 3 0 3 )
EE 206 Electrical Circuit Analysis II ( 3 2 4 )
During the semester, AC analysis of the circuits (Transient and steady state analysis), 3 Phase circuits, Coupling elements, Laplace transform, Network functions (Transfer functions), basics of filters and Bode plots are being covered.
EE 204 Signals and Systems ( 3 2 4 )
In this course students will learn how to analyse signal models and systems using fundamental concepts, such as linearity, time-invariance, causality, stability, etc. Moreover, frequency domain representation of signals will be covered by presenting various transforms for both discrete and continuous type waveforms.
EE 208 Electronics I ( 3 2 4 )
The course will start with the basic semiconductor physics and followed by the subjects of diodes and diode circuits, bipolar junction transistors, biasing the BJTs, small signal operations, Field effect transistors, biasing the FETs, small signal operations, frequency responses of the small signal amplifiers.
EE 202 Numerical Techniques for Engineers ( 2 2 3 )
This course covers the following subjects: The Newton’s Method for root approximations, Interpolation and Curve Fitting Methods, Complex Numbers and Functions, Fourier, Taylor, and Maclaurin Series, Solution of Differential Equations by Numerical Methods, FD, FEM, Solution of Integral Equations by Numerical Methods, MoM, Optimization Methods, SD, Gauss-Newton Method.
EE 321 Electromechanical Energy Conversion ( 3 2 4 )
This course covers the following subjects on electromechanical energy conversion: energy technology and resources; fossil fuels, nuclear, solar, and other types of energy; three phase systems and magnetic circuits; transformers; ideal and physical models and equivalent circuit, and transformer testing; electromechanical energy conversion; efficiency and process performance; sensors and actuators; relays, stepper and positioning systems; synchronous reluctance machines; Direct Current (DC) machines; symmetrical Alternating Current (AC); synchronous machines; symmetrical AC induction machines.
EE 315 Microprocessors ( 3 2 4 )
Using microcontroller and Assembly language programming, it is aimed that the students have the ability of embedded systems design.
EE 301 Control Systems ( 3 2 4 )
This course provides an introduction to the analysis and design of feedback systems. Topics covered include: state-equations, block diagrams, system response, properties and advantages of feedback control systems, time-domain and frequency-domain modeling, stability analysis, root locus method, Nyquist criterion, basic controller design techniques, application examples.
EE 309 Electronics II ( 3 2 4 )
The course starts with a detailed frequency analysis of amplifiers followed by the applications of the analog integrated circuits, including operational amplifiers (op-amps), power amplifiers, regulators and others. The subjects of the course includes designing FM modulator, demodulator circuits, active filters, constructing oscillator, voltage controlled oscillator, analog to digital, digital to analog converters, designing and analyzing power amplifiers.
EE 326 Power Electronics ( 3 0 3 )
EE 304 Telecommunications Essentials ( 3 0 3 )
Telecommunications fundamentals, analog and digital transmission, analog and digital modulation schemes, multiplexing, transmission media (twisted pair, coaxial, microwave, satellite, fiber optics, free space optics, SDH, packet switched networks (X.25, frame relay, asynchronous transfer mode, internet protocol), local area networks, virtual private networks, fiber access, quality of service, all optical networking, multiple access techniques in mobile networks (TDMA, FDMA, CDMA).
EE 407 Innovative Engineering Analysis and Design ( 1 2 2 )
In this course, students conduct an elementary independent project under the supervision of a staff member/staff members with the aim of integrating and applying the knowledge gained throughout the coursework to an actual problem. Specifically, the project work includes the conceptual project definition, the solution methodology, the system analysis and design in simulation/hardware, the design verification and validation and the project documentation and presentation.
EE 408 Innovative Engineering Design and Implementation ( 1 2 2 )
In this course, students conduct an elementary independent project under the supervision of a staff member/staff members with the aim of integrating and applying the knowledge gained throughout the coursework to an actual problem. Specifically, the project work includes the system analysis and design in simulation/hardware, the implementation of the design, the integration of the componets and test the system as a whole, the design verification and validation and the project documentation and presentation.