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Computer Engineering Ethics

Being a profession that commands a certain way of life, engineering subscribes to fundamental rules that the engineer must adhere to in practice. This course introduces the student to the practical imperatives of the engineering profession. With the ever increasing cases of computer crimes, it is important to expose the student with the implications and challenges associated with use of computers in society today

Computer Programming Fundamentals

Competency in a programming language is prerequisite to the study of computer engineering. Object-oriented programming, event-driven applications, and the use of extensive   APIs  (application   programming   interfaces)   are  fundamental  tools  that computer engineering students need early in their academic program.   

Electricity and Magnetism

In E&M the student is quickly introduced to a world in which almost all of the quantities are invisible; they are either microscopic such as electrons or abstractions such as field, flux, and potential. Integral calculus becomes a central mathematical tool, and students are asked to apply it in unfamiliar ways, such as calculating the path integral or surface integral of a quantity expressed as a vector dot product. It is necessary for students to think and visualize in three dimensions   

Engineering Mathematics II

Against the foundation of the Calculus and Algebra covered in EMT1101, this course develops the fundamental aspects of Mathematical Analysis critical to Engineering. The major   themes  include;  Ordinary  Differential  Equations,   Real  Analysis,   Complex Variable Analysis, and Numerical Analysis   


The course builds on Engineering Mathematics I and covers differential equations, infinite series, and real vector and numerical analysis. It also prepares the students for engineering mathematics III.    


In this course the students will acquire knowledge and skills about domestic, institutional and industrial electrical installations.

  •   To introduce students to the basics and standards of drawing techniques as a means of communication.
  •   To  introduce  students  and  give  them  knowledge  and  skills  in  the  practice  of  domestic, institutional and industrial electrical installations and train them to inspect and test electrical installations.



Statics and Dynamics course is designed purposely to help Electrical Engineering students to understand mechanical forces and energy in physical structures (structures used in electrical and telecommunication installations).    


The course exposes students to the basic understanding of atomic theory and spectrum of electrical engineering materials that include dielectrics, semiconductors and their applications.    


The course introduces students to the practice of electrical engineering discussing the different skill sets and occupations expected for electrical engineers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Course Objectives:To give a historical background, present status and future challenges of the electrical engineering profession    


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