AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University
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# Subject Credit Hours
1 Arabic Language (i) 2

1st Semester

2 English Language (i) 2
3 Islamic Culture (i) 2
4 Physics (i) 3
5 Engineering Drowing 2
6 Algebra & Geometry 3
7 Funadmentals of Engineering Proffession 2
8 Statics 2
9 Workshop (i) -
# Subject Credit Hours
1 Arabic Language (ii) 2


2nd Semester

2 English Language (ii) 2
3 Islamic Culture (ii) 2
4 Physics (ii) 3
5 Chimistry 3
6 Calculus 3
7 Dynamics 3
8 Workshop (ii) -

ISC111 Islamic Culture I

The concept of culture and its sources, characteristics of Islamic cultures, the objectives of Sharia and its protection, the principles of Islamic philology(Figh) , the origins of the social thought in Islam, Patterns of group behavior through the ritual and Islamic system, the protection of the family and the social norm

ISC121 Islamic Culture II

The concept of the economic and political system in Islam, The distinctive features of the Islamic economics system, Usury and the prohibited finical transactions, The experience of the Islamic banks and companies, Globalization and its implication on the Muslim society, The concept of the political and administrative system in Islam, Shura and democracy

ENG113: English language I

Reading  text I &II Skimping - Scanning -Reference Description Adjectives and possessive Adjectives How to use the dictionary effectively, Context clues  Write statements correctly

ENG123: English language II

Reading text III & IV - Prediction - skimpy Scanning - references - punctuation's under standing the new vocabulary given in the reading writing composition

MAT114: Algebra and Geomtry

Conic section  Parabola Hyperbola Hyperbolic Algebraic structures and categories, exponential, categories, connections, relations, sets, rings, conic section in polar coordinates, spaces, vectors, logic, integers, composite polynomial, integers properties, polynomials. Geometry: definition of conal sectors, parabola, hyperbola, conal sectors in polar coordinates, second degree equations of axes and poles. Complex numbers: definitions, operations, graphic illustration, different forms, De Moiver theorem, hyperbolic functions, trigonometric, function transformations. Vector algebra: definitions, vector multiplication, applications

MAT 224: Calculus

number system, inequalities, series and limits, function (of one variable), limits and continuity of one-variable functions, differentials, applications of calculus to determine functions properties, integrals, finite integrals, geometrical & mechanical applications of finite integrals.

PHY 115: Physics I

Electromagnetic nature of light, light reflection and absorption, propagation, deflection, lenses, wave nature of sound, Doppler's effect phenomenon

PHY 125: Physics II

Nuclear and atomic physics, definition of the atom, nuclear, atomic structure, electrons, protons, neutrons, atomic reaction, thermal radiation, atomic materials and their reactions, atomic reactor, atomic-thermal-radiation neutrons, atomic fission, atomic energy.

CHE 126: Chemistry

Chemical properties of mater, atomic structure, chemical formula and reaction, calculations, analytical chemistry, qualitative and quantitative analysis, mining and metal extraction, fuel composition and its calculations, acids and bases, rusting and chemical method for prevention, polymerization, plastics, friction.

GEN 117: Statics

General principles, units, vectors, , actin and reaction laws, free mass sketch, equilibrium conditions, masses distribution, forces sketch, forces analysis and structure, , moment of a couple, balanced forces, reaction in joints, use of vectors, medium centers and even curves, gravitation center, compound shapes gravitation center, moment of interia, polar moment, balanced axis, friction, dry friction laws, applications.

GEN 126: Dynamics

Linear motion, simple harmonic motion displacement, velocity, fixed and variable acceleration, curve motion, central and tangent acceleration, motion equations, momentum and potential and kinetic energy, linear momentum, rotation on a fixed axis, motion and work, energy in rotated motion.

GEN 118: Engineering Drawing I

Introduction and knowledge of drawing tools, engineering lines and Arabic-English engineering line, geometrical shapes, projection theory and projection drawing, isometric corporeal, section drawing

GEN 116: Fundamentals of Engineering

Role of the Islamic civilization in the development of general and applied science studies on the heritage of Alkindi, Khwarizmi, Ibn Sina, Ibn Alhytham, Beironi, etc. Metallurgical industry in ancient Sudan (Merowe civilization in Aalbigrawya) Development of physics and mechanics from Newton to Einstein. Industrial revolution, scientific discoveries and inventions and their industrial applications, some important industrial and administration personalities such as Watt, Karno, Diesel, Ford, etc…

GEN 122: Engineering Drawing II

Introduction, projection planes, projection axes, projection methods, point representation, projection lines, effects of plane, plane positions, plane – line intersection, levels intersection, assisting levels, plane rotation, conical projection, cylindrical projection, plane isolation. Second year