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First Year - First Semester

 

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Course Number: PGE101

Course Name: General Geology I

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Introduction to various branches of geology, the origin of earth and its place in universe, interior of the earth and chemical composition of the earth’s crust, mountain building and valley formation, drainage pattern and their types, agents of weathering and erosion, theories of plate tectonics, earth quakes and volcanism, formation of rocks and minerals

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Course Number: CR101

Course Name: Mathematics I

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General concepts, slope: Slope of line,  Equation of line, applications, parallel and perpendicular lines. Functions, type of functions: Graph of power functions, composite of functions, shifting. Trigonometric functions and their inverse: properties, rules, Graphing. Trigonometric functions and their inverse: properties, rules, Graphing. Logarithmic and exponential functions:  properties, rules, graphing, applications. Hyperbolic functions and their invers: properties, rules, graphing, Limits and continuity. Derivative of functions: rules of derivative, chain rule, Implicit derivative, higher derivative. Derivative of logarithmic and exponential functions: rules of derivative of logarithmic and exponential functions. Derivative of trigonometric functions:-derivative of trigonometric functions and their inverse. Derivative of hyperbolic functions: derivative of hyperbolic functions and their inverse. Application of derivative: L'Hapital rules, Max. and Min. values, velocity and acceleration. Application of derivative: variety problems about the applications of  derivative. Equations related with time: variety problems about the equations related with time

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Course Number: CR102

Course Name: Computer Programming I

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Using Excel (Introduction, Navigating the Interface, Entering Data,Setting Cell Data Types, Selecting More Than a Single Cell, EnteringFormulas, Exploring the R1C1 Cell Reference Style, Referring to MoreThan a Single Cell, Understanding Operator Precedence, UsingExponents in Formulas, Formatting Your Spreadsheets, LeveragingCopy, Cut, Paste, and Paste Special, Using Cell Names, Validating Data,

Taking Advantage of Macros, Adding Comments and Equation Notes),Charting (Creating Simple Charts, Exploring Chart Styles, FormattingCharts, Customizing Chart Axes, Setting Log or Semilog Scales, UsingMultiple Axes, Changing the Type of an Existing Chart, CombiningChart Types, Building 3D Surface Plots, Preparing Contour Plots,Annotating Charts, Saving Custom Chart Types, Copying Charts to

Word),Getting Acquainted with Visual Basic for Applications (Navigating theVBA Editor, Writing Functions and Subroutines, Working with DataTypes, Defining Variables, Defining Variables, Using Arrays,Commenting Code, Spanning Long Statements over Multiple Lines,Using Conditional Statements, Using Loops, Debugging VBA Code,VBA's Built-in Functions, Exploring Excel Objects, Creating Your OwnObjects in VBA)

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Course Number: CR103

Course Name: Chemistry I

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Atomic structure, Qualitative wave mechanics.  Periodic Table and Periodicity, Reactivity Parameters.  Chemical bonding - Ionic bond, Covalent bond, Dative (coordinate) bond.  Valence bond theory, Resonance, Multiple bonds, shapes of molecules, Hybridisation of non-transition elements. Forces within molecules, Bond strength, Bond energy, Polarity, Continuity of bonds. Crystal structure. Chemistry of groups I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and III elements. Transition metals: Characteristic general properties.

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Course Number: PGE102

Course Name: Engineering Mechanics-Statics

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Principles of statics, Resultant of a force system, Equilibrium of a force system, Moment of a force, Friction, Centroid and center of gravity, Moment of inertia, Analysis of internal force, Strain, Stress-strain diagram, Hook’s law, Shearing deformation, Poisson’s ratio, Volumetric strain, Thin-walled cylinders, Thermal stress, Shear and bending moment in beam.

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Course Number: UR101

Course Name: Technical English Language

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English grammar: tense, concord, punctuation, etc. Error analysis: identification, analysis and correct grammatical errors. Taxonomy of reading and conversation skills, pragmatics and meaning and educated Ghanaian English. Acquisition of practical knowledge of salient aspects of the eight parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, preposition, interjection, conjunction, adverbs and pronoun.

Communication process, skills in communication, channels of communication in an organization, preparation of official documents such as letters, memos, reports, minutes and proposals. Oral presentation skills. Formal speech making. Conducting interviews and meetings.

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Course Number: CR104

Course Name: Physics

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Electricity. Electric field & electrical forces, Electric field calculations, Gauss’s Law, Applications of Gauss’s Law, Charges on conductors, Electrical Potential, Energy, Potential, Calculate of Potentials, Potential gradient, Cathode-ray tube. Sources of Magnetic Field. Magnetic field of a moving charge, Magnetic field of a current element. Ampere’s Law, Magnetic field of a long straight conductor, Force between parallel conductors, Magnetic field of circular loops solenoid. Magnetism. Magnetic field and displacement current, Magnetic properties of materials. Electromagnetic Induction. Induction phenomena, Motional electromotive force, Faraday’s law Induced electric fields, lenz’s Law, Eddy currents, Maxwell’s equations. Electromagnetic Waves. Introduction, speed of and electromagnetic wave, Energy in electromagnetic waves, Electromagnetic Waves in matter, Sinusoidal Waves, Standing. Interference & Diffraction. Waves and Oscillations. Sound Waves. Resultant of simple Harmonic Motions Resonance and Beats. Units and Measurement of Sound Waves. Reflector, Refraction of sound. Interference, Diffraction grating, Interference in Thin film X-ray Diffraction of sound waves. Atomic Physics. Structure of atom, Line spectra, Energy levels, Atomic spectra, The laser, continuous spectra, X-ray production and scattering. Nuclear Physics. The nuclear atom, properties of nuclear. Nuclear stability, Radioactive transformations, Nuclear reactions, Nuclear fission, Nuclear fusion, reaction, Neutron thermalization, Radiation Detectors. Natural radioactivity, Artificial radioactivity, Three distinct types of radiation’s Radioactive series, Laws of radioactive disintegration, decay constant. Half period and mean constant, Interaction of rays with matter.

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Course Number: CR105

Course Name: Engineering Drawing I

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Introduction. Types of lines, lettering, dimensioning, and drawing instruments. Projection, Types of projection, orthographic projection. Plan of projection, four quadrants. Traces of a line, true length of line, inclination to both the planes, projection of planes. Loci of Points. Loci of points and straight line, loci of crank mechanism. Curves Used in Engineering Practice. Cycloid, Throchoid, epicyclide, Pitrochoid, hypotrochoid (superior and inferior). Involute, evolute, archemedian, spiral. Development of solids. Types of solids, polyhedra, solids of revolution, construction, of polygon, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cones sphere, (development of all solids with passing cutting plane). Intersection of Surfaces. Intersection of cylinder and cylinder, cone and cylinder., cone and prism. Axonometric Projection. Types isometric projection of solids, planes and typical examples. Projection of Auxiliary Planes. Auxiliary planes and views, Projection of points, plane, true length of line. Projection of solids. True shape of section on auxiliary plane of various solids. 

 

 

First Year - Second Semester

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Course Number: PGE103

Course Name: General Geology II

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Classification based on origin, Clastic sedimentary rocks, Sandstones, Mudrocks, Biochemical sedimentary rocks, Chemical sedimentary rocks, Compositional classification schemes, Sediment transport and deposition, Transformation (Diagenesis), Mineralogy, Fossils, Primary sedimentary structures, Secondary sedimentary structures, Sedimentary environments, Sedimentary facies, Sedimentary basins, Influence of astronomical cycles, Sedimentation rates, Stratigraphy.

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Course Number: CR106

Course Name: Mathematics II

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Integration: Integration Formulas, Integration of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions, Integration of Trigonometric and their Inverse, Integration of Hyperbolic and their Inverse. Method of integration: Integration by Complete the Square, Integration of Trigonometric Substation, Integration of Partial Fractions, Integration of Rational Power, Integration by Parts, Integration for Odd and Even Powers of Sine and Cosine. Definite integral, Application of integration: Area under the curve, Area between curves. Application of integration: the volume, Other Applications. Matrices. Determinants. Complex Number. Introduction to the vectors. Introduction to polar coordinates

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Course Number: CR107

Course Name: Computer Programming II

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Mathematical Functions (Using Summation Functions, Delving intoDivision, Mastering Multiplication, Exploring Exponential andLogarithmic Functions, Using Trigonometry Functions, Seeing Signs,Getting to the Root of Things, Rounding and Truncating Numbers,Converting Between Number Systems, Manipulating Matrices, BuildingSupport for Vectors, Using Spreadsheet Functions in VBA Code)

Curve Fitting and Regression (Performing Linear Curve Fitting UsingExcel Charts, Least Squares Method, Generating Nonlinear Curve FitsUsing Excel Charts, Fitting Nonlinear Curves Using Solver)

Solving Equations (Finding Roots Graphically, Solving NonlinearEquations Iteratively, Automating Tedious Problems with VBA, SolvingLinear Systems)

Numerical Integration and Differentiation (Integrating a Definite Integral,Implementing the Trapezoidal Rule in VBA)

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Course Number: CR108

Course Name: Chemistry II

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Molecular composition and structure of organic compounds: determination and calculation of empirical and molecular formulae, pictorial treatment of hybridization.   Organic Reactions: Bond formation and fission, classification of reagents and reactions, reaction intermediates: Carbocations, free radicals, carbanions. Hydrocarbons: (aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic), structure and nomenclature.  Homologous series, and gradation of properties, preparation, reactions.

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Course Number: PGE104

Course Name: Engineering Mechanics- Dynamics

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Dynamic principles; resultant of forces; friction; center of gravity; moment of inertia; rectilinear motion; curvilinear motion; rotation; energy and work; mechanical vibration.

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Course Number: UR102

Course Name: Arabic Language

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التاء المربوطة والتاء المبسوطة + قصيدة لاحمد شوقي , العدد والمعدود , اسلوب الشرط + قصيدة ابن الرومي , الالف الممدودة والالف المقصورة + نص قراني , علامات الترقيم , حروف الجر + قصيدة بدر شاكر السياب , الضاد والظاء + الاسماء الخمسة , خطبة الامام علي (عليه السلام) , انواع الهمزة , نشأة اللغة العربية , اسلوب النداء , نص قراني + المبتدأ والخبر , الافعال الخمسة ’ نصب الفعل المضارع

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Course Number: PGE105

Course Name: Electrical Technology

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Electric and Magnetic Circuits; AC Poly Phase systems, DC Machines, AC Synchronous Machines, AC Induction Machines.

Induction Motors: Construction, Types, Rotating field theory principle of working, Slip and its effect on motor current quantities. Losses Efficiency and performance curves Starting, Full load maximum torque relations, and Torque slip characteristics.

Transformers; Converting Machines; Rotary Converters; Construction; . Principle of working; Transformer connections, Voltage and current ratings of single and three phase converters; Mercury arc rectifiers, Construction, Operation; Transformer connections, Voltage and current ratios of single phase and three phase rectifiers.

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Course Number: CR109

Course Name: Engineering Drawing II

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introduction , AutoCAD program components and how to use it , knowing AutoCAD commands like point , lines, Rectangle, Polygon, Poly line , Arc with their option to draw 2D engineering drawing, learning Hatching, text, mtext , Dimension creation and editing , Modify command and Layers for 2D engineering drawing. 3D drawing methods: Surfaces, Solids and Composite solid. Render, background, lights for drawing.

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