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Statics. 4 cr. hrs.

Fundamentals of forces and force systems. Internal and external forces. Support reactions. Definition of a free-body diagram (FBD). Emphasis on development of FBD-drawing skills. Moment of a force. Force system resultants. Vector methods in two and three dimensions. Equilibrium analysis of particles and rigid bodies. Truss analysis by methods of joints and sections. Analysis of simple frames and machines. Analysis of friction. Centroids of composite areas and volumes. Resultants of distributed loads.

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Dynamics. 4 cr. hrs.

Fundamentals of motion of particles and rigid bodies. Application of Newton's laws. Principles of position, velocity, and acceleration. Use of work-energy and impulse-momentum methods. Introduction to vibrations. Analytical and computational analysis of the kinematics and kinetics of planar multi-body mechanical systems. Vibration analysis of single degree of freedom systems. Engineering applications including dynamic balancing, vibration absorption and vibration isolation.

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General Biology1 for 4 cr. hrs.

Ecology. Theory of evolution. Taxonomy. Animal diversity. Structures of biological molecules. Cell structure and function. Vertebrate animal anatomy, physiology, and development. 3 hrs. lec., disc.

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General Biology1 for 4 cr. hrs.

Glycolysis and cellular respiration. Photosynthesis. Mitosis and meiosis. Mendelian and molecular genetics. Microbial diversity. Plant form and function. 3 hrs. lec., disc.

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Calculus 1 for 4 cr. hrs.

Limits and continuity. The derivative with applications (Area, Volume). Hyperbolic function (the functions and their inverse, their relation to the logarithmic function, derivative). Line equation, Polar coordinates and parametric equation.

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Calculus 2 for 4 cr. hrs.

Integration and its application (Area and Volume), Definite integration, Infinite integration, Method of integration, Arc length, surface area, vectors, vectors product,  Matrix and determinant, Numerical integration. 

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General Physics. 3 cr. hrs.

Survey of classical physics for science and engineering majors. Kinematics in one and two dimensions. Newton's laws of motion and dynamics, including rotation of rigid bodies. Energy concepts in physical systems. Newton's law of universal gravitation. The first law of thermodynamics, harmonic motion, and Einstein's special relativity. A command of high school algebra, geometry and trigonometry is assumed. Requires the use of introductory calculus. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab., 1 hr. dis.

A continuation of General Physics. A survey of classical electromagnetic theory, with an introduction to modern physics. Electricity and magnetism: Coulomb's law, Gauss' law, the electric field and the electric potential, DC circuits, Ampere's law, Faraday's law, electromagnetic waves. Classical and quantum waves, interference, thermodynamics and an introduction to statistical mechanics. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab., 1 hr. dis.

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Medical Physics. 3 cr. hrs.

Students learn how light, X-rays, radiopharmaceuticals, ultrasound, magnetic fields, and other energy probes are generated and how they interact with tissues and detectors to produce useful image contrast. Practical issues such as beam generation, dose limitations, patient motion, spatial resolution and dynamic range limitations, and cost-effectiveness will be addressed. Emphasis is placed upon diagnostic radiological imaging physics, including the planar X-ray, digital subtraction angiography mammography, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging modalities.

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Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Methods 1 for 3 cr. hrs.

Introduction to biomedical engineering design and problem solving using. Key elements include physiologic signals and data acquisition, instrumentation, graphics, measurement and error, teamwork and decision-making. Problem-solving elements will be applied to real-world biomedical problems introduced by practicing biomedical engineers as well as faculty.

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Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Methods 2 for 3 cr. hrs.

Continuation of BIEN 1100. Key elements include modeling, fluid mechanics, rehabilitation engineering, and entrepreneurship. Problem-solving and design elements are applied to real-world biomedical problems introduced by practicing biomedical engineers as well as faculty.

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Introduction to Computer Programming 1 for 3 cr. hrs

Introduction. MS-DOS operating system. Windows operating system. )Introduction to desktop , using the mouse, closing & open widows ، creating, selecting, finding, copying & moving files or folder). How to star any program. View. Insert. Format. Tools. Table.  Introduction of computer science, Hardware, Input/output devices, CPU unit, ALU ، Memories, Ram,Rom,

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Introduction to Computer Programming 2 for 3 cr. hrs

Operating system Windows, MS-DOS, Linux ، Word Office. Power point, Excel, Applications, Internet Viruses Software,H L languages ,C++ languages , Arithmetic , Algorithms , If ، if…else statement , For statement , Do… while statement , Switch statement , Break and continue statement , Functions , Array, Point.

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Anatomy I 1 for 4 cr. hrs

Introduction (anatomy position, section and planes, anatomic directions). Upper limb Breast. Pectoral region. Brachial Plexus and its branches and their clinical applications. Scapular region (anastamoses around the scapula, muscles attaching the scapula to the trunk, muscles attaching the scapula to the humerus, movement of scapula). Axilla and Brachium. Lymphatic system, axillary lymph node. Joints or articulation (classification of joints according to their functions, structures).type of cartilaginous joints, synovial joints, shoulder joint (sternoclavicular joint, acromioclavicular joint).

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Anatomy I 2 for 4 cr. hrs

Cubital fossa. Elbow joint ,wrist joint, the muscles of the arm, Fore arm. , the muscles of the hand and palm. The lower limb. Gluteal region, the thigh, the leg, the foot, inguinal legments, femoral triangle, General blood supply. Anterior components of the thigh. Femoral artery and nerve, Adductor canal and femoral hernia. Posterior components of the thigh, cutanous innervations of the thigh. Hip joint. Politeal fossa. Parallel resonance. Transients in R-C ccts. (capacitors in series and parallel and energy stored by a capacitor, R-L ccts., Faraday's law, transients in R-L ccts., inductors in series and parallels and energy stored by end). the TTL nand gate, TTL logic families, Emitter – coupled Logic (ECL) circuits, comparison of logic families).ems, type of energypneumatic circuit, type of control valves, actuators, basic pneumatic circuit, pneumatic contro .

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