Course Descriptions – University of Kyrenia
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CHE 105 General Chemistry (4 credits)
A basic course with emphasizing the metric system. Introduction to atomic theory, stoichiometry. The structural and physical properties of matter. Periodic relationship among elements and periodic table. Gaseous state. Thermochemistry. Energy and enthalpy. Electronic structure of atoms. Electrochemistry. Chemical bonding.

ENG 101 English I (3 credits)
Develops reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills by encouraging students to use language forms that they learn through reading and listening. The students are exposed to extensive reading both in and outside the classroom. They are encouraged to read a variety of texts such as short stories, academic articles, research reports, reviews and journalistic texts as well as chapters from textbooks.

MTH 101 Calculus I (4 credits)
Functions, limits and continuity. Derivatives. Mean value theorem. Sketching graphs. Definite integrals, infinite integrals (antiderivatives). Logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions and their derivatives. L’Hospital’s rule. Techniques of integration. Applications of the definite integral, improper integrals.

MEC 101 Technical Drawing I (3 credits)
Introduction to CAD. Principles of engineering drawing (1st and 3rd angle orthotropic projections), drawing methodology stages, linework and lettering, isometric and oblique projections, drawing layouts (working drawings and assembly drawings), machine drawing features, sections and sectional views, geometrical constructions and dimensioning principles.

PHY 101 Physics I (4 credits)
Measurement, vectors, kinematics, force, mass. Newton’s laws, applications of Newton’s laws. Work and kinetic energy. Conservation of linear momentum. Impulse, collisions, rotation, moments of inertia. Torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, static equilibrium.

CMP 101 Introduction to Programming (3 credits)
An introduction to fundamental concepts. Algorithms and flowcharts as tools of program design process. Basic program structure. Input/output statetments. Control structures: Selection and repetition statements and arrays. Concept of modular programming: Procedures and Functions.

EEE 100 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Orientation (Non-credit)
Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Demonstrations of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department Laboratories. Technical trips to various industrial sites.

ENG 102 English II (3 credits)
Develops students autonomy, evaluation, analysis and research skills and synthesizing ability. Students will learn the discourse patterns and structures to be used in different essay types. An academic essay and a project report are assigned.

MTH 102 Calculus II (4 credits)
Plane and polar co-ordinates, area in polar co-ordinates, arc length of curves. Limit, continuity and differentiability of function of several variables, extreme values, method of Lagrange multipliers. Double integral, triple integral with applications. Line integrals, Green’s theorem. Sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor’s series. Complex numbers.

MTH 112 Linear Algebra 3 Credits
System of linear equations: elementary row operations, echelon forms, Gaussian elimination method. Matrices: elementary matrices, invertible matrices. Determinants: adjoint and inverse matrices, Crammer’s rule. Vector spaces: linear independents, basis, dimension. Linear mapping. Inner product spaces: Gram-Schmit ortogonalization. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, diagonalization.

MEC 101 Technical Drawing I (3 credits)
Introduction to CAD. Principles of engineering drawing (1st and 3rd angle orthotropic projections), drawing methodology stages, linework and lettering, isometric and oblique projections, drawing layouts (working drawings and assembly drawings), machine drawing features, sections and sectional views, geometrical constructions and dimensioning principles.

EEE 102. Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering (3 credits)
Introduction to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Physical bases of circuit theory, Current and Kirchhoff current law, Voltage and Kirchhoff voltage law, Circuit elements, Coils, Capacitors, Analysis of direct current circuits

PHY 102 Physics II (4 credits)
Electrical charges. Coulomb’s law. Electrical fields. Gauss’s law. Electrical potential. Capacitance and dielectrics. Current and resistance. Direct current circuits. Magnetic fields. Sources of the magnetic field. Faraday’s law of induction. Inductance and inductors.

EEE 200 Industrial Training I
This is a period comprising a minimum of 30 days training to be completed in an industrial organization by all students who are effectively in their junior or senior year. Students should obtain approval of the Department before commencing training. Following this training, students will be required to write a formal report and give a short presentation before a committee regarding their training.

EEE 201 – CIRCUIT ANALYSIS-I (4 Credits)
Circuit Variables: Voltage and Current – Circuit Elements: Voltage and Current Sources, Resistance, Kirchhoff Voltage and Current Laws – Simple Resistance Circuits: Series and Parallel Connected Resistors, Voltage and Current Divider – Circuit Analysis Techniques: Node-Voltage and Eye-Current Methods , Source Transformations and Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits, Maximum Power Transfer, Superposition – Inductance and Capacitance: Inductance and Capacitance Properties, Inductance and Capacitance, Serial and Parallel Connections – Reactions of First Order RL and RC Circuits: Natural Reactions of RL and RC Circuits, RL and RC Circuits, Step Reactions, General Solutions of Natural and Step Reactions – Natural and Step Reactions of RLC Circuits: Introduction to RLC Circuits and Shapes of Natural Response, Step Response of RLC Circuits

MTH 201 Differential Equations (4 credits)
Ordinary and partial differential equations. Explicit solutions. First-order differential equations, separable, homogenous differential equations. Ordinary linear differential equations. Bernoulli differential equations. Cauchy-differential equations. High-order ordinary differential equations. Introduction to Laplace transforms. Introduction to series method for solving differential equations. Linear systems of differential equations

ENG 211 English Communication Skills (3 credits)
Being an inter-active course, students will be encouraged to listen actively, respond to presentations, and participate in discussions. The main goal is to enhance the students’ competence and willingness to express themselves in an organized manner in academic and professional contexts, and to interact with others confidently. It is important that students learn to conduct independent research and think critically on issues raised in the course.

EEE 211 Electrical Materials (3 credits)
Materials and properties. Atomic structure and interatomic bonding, crystal structure, crystal imperfections, solid solutions. Mechanical properties of materials, elastic and plastic deformation. Behaviour of materials under tension, compression and shear. Hardness and hardness measurement. Dislocation and strengthening mechanism. Phase equilibria, phase diagrams, the iron –carbon system, solid reactions, microstructures. Structure and properties of ceramics. Polymer structure.

Sinusoidal Continuous-State Analysis: Sinusoidal Source and Phasors, Passive Circuit Elements and Kirchoff Laws in Frequency Domain Area, Source Transformations and Thevenin-Norton Equivalent Circuits, Node-Voltage and Eye-Current Methods – Sinusoidal Continuous -Status Power Calculations: Instantaneous Power, Active, Reactive and Complex Power, Maximum Power Transfer – Mutual Inductance and Transformers – Three Phase Circuits – Introduction to Laplace Transform: Definition of Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform – Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis: s- Circuit Elements and s-domain Circuit Analysis – Introduction to Frequency-Selective Circuits: Frequency Response Curves, Bode Drawings, Low, High, Band Pass and Band Stop Filters.

EEE 222 – ELECTRONIC-I (4 Credits)
Diodes, diode circuits and related applications, Zener diodes, clippers and suppressors. Rectifiers, half and full wave rectifiers, RC and LC filters, power supply design. Wavelet and voltage regulation concepts. DC balancing of BJT and ensuring stabilization of bayas. DC balancing and bayas stability of FET. BJT, MOSFET and JFET amplifier design Small signal analysis in single-deck amplifiers, amplifier modeling with h parameters, examination of gain and other parameters of all amplifier types.

EEE 321 – ELECTRONIC-II (4 Credits)
Function of the transistor if the electronic circuit operates in AC conditions. Transistors working as four-ended and transistor parameters. Obtaining parameters for different transistor models. Low medium and high frequency equivalent circuits of transistors. AC analysis of transistor amplifiers. Large signal amplifiers; Class A, B and C studies and efficiencies. AC analysis of amplifiers with FET. Integrated circuits. Operational amplifiers. Operational amplifier circuits. Electronic circuits with 555. Voltage regulators: shunt, series, current limiting and switching regulator circuits. Introduction to feedback amplifiers.

EEE 300 Industrial Training II
This is a period comprising a minimum of 30 days training to be completed in an industrial organization by all students who are effectively in their junior or senior year. Students should obtain approval of the Department before commencing training. Following this training, students will be required to write a formal report and give a short presentation before a committee regarding their training.

MTH 301 Numerical Analysis for Engineers (3 credits)
Approximations and errors. Accuracy and precision. Finite divided difference and numerical differentiation. Roots of equations, bracketing methods and open methods, systems of nonlinear equations. Systems of linear algebraic equations. Curve fitting, interpolation. Numerical integration. Ordinary differential equations.

EEE 341 Signals and Systems (4 Credits)
Properties of continuous and discrete-time signals and systems. Basic signal modifications. Memory, causal, stable, linear and time-invariant systems. Stochastic processes and noise. Impulse response, transfer function. Convolution. Fourier series and transforms. Laplace transform. Sampling and modulation. Interpolation methods. Filtering. Sampling. Analysis of discrete time systems. Time domain analysis. Difference equation models. Frequency domain analysis. Orthogonal expansion of signals. Z domain analysis, Z- transform. Mapping s-plane into z-plane. Inverse Z-transform. Properties of z transform. Z plane. Discrete time LTI system .Frequency domain analysis. Discrete and fast Fourier transforms. Filtering. Digital filters.

MTH 312 Probability and Statistics (3 Credits)
Definition of probability. Sample space and events. Permutations and combinations. Conditional probability and Bayers theorem. Random variables. Discrete and continuous distrubutions. Moment generating function. Expectation, variance, covariance and correlation. Condition densities and regression and transformation of variables. Descriptive statistics.

EEE 401 Graduation Project I (4 credits)
Project work in one of the areas of interest of students, to be carried out on the subject given by the lecturers to be assigned by the department chair, and whose success will be determined by the project advisor and the evaluation committee to be established.

EEE 402 Graduation Project II (4 credits)
Project planning, program, budget preparation, monitoring and control, team organization and management, time management, computer aided management methods, document and technical specifications preparation, international standards.

Elective Courses
MAN 402 Management for Engineers (3 credits)
Principles of management. Functions of managers. Organisation and environment. Marketing management. Production management. Personnel management. Managerial control. ACCOUNTING and financial reports. Budgeting and overall control.

EEE 405 Exp. Analysis of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (3 credits)
The need for experiments. Experimental procedure. Generalized measurement system. Report writing. Error treatment. Uncertainty. Frequency Distribution. Expected value, standard deviation. Presentation of experimental results. Plotting data. Curve fitting, linear regression. Non-linear relationships. Dimensional analysis. Laboratory experiments.

EEE 416 Solar Engineering (3 credits)
Sun, solar constant, radiation, spectral distribution and variation of extraterrestrial radiation, radiational properties of surfaces, solar angles, reckoning of time, radiation on horizontal and tiled surfaces, isolation on tiled surfaces, atmospheric attenuation of solar radiation, absorption of solar radiation, pyranometer, solar cells, solar plates, solar radiation data, estimation of solar radiation and clear sky radiation, beam and diffuse components pf radiation, energy storage.

EEE 426 Introduction to Finite Element Method (3 credits)
Analysis of stress and strain. Constitutive equations. Plane problems of elasticity. The finite element concept. One-and two-dimensional finite element formulation techniques. Transformations, assembly and solution techniques. Introduction to three dimensional finite elements. Project assignments of one and two dimensional problems.

ME 429 Computer Aided Design (CAD) (3 credits)
Introduction and priciples of CAD, Stages in CAE, Hardware Components, Fundamentals of CAD, Design Process, Application of Computers for Design, Geometrical Transformations, (3D transformation, scaling, rotation), Representation of 3D objects, 3D Solid Modeling, (Boolean operations), Representation schemes. Parametric Design, brief description of FEA(finite element analysis), Merits and Limits of CAD.

ECON 431 Economics for Engineers (3 credits)
Principles and economic analysis of engineering decision making. Cost concept. Economic environment. Price and demand relations. Competition. Make-versus-purchase studies. Principles and applications of money-time relations. Depreciation. Many and banking. Price changes and inflation. Business and company finance.

EEE 431 Energy Conversion Systems (3 credits)
Energy demand and available resources in the world. Renewable sources: wind, wave, tide, geothermal, biogas and solar energy. Fossil fuels, combustion and combustion equipment. Steam generators. Atomic structure, nuclear reactions; decay, fusion and fission. Reactors. Environmental effects.

EEE 472 Quality Control (3 credits)
The purpose of the course is to make an introduction and lay the foundation of modern methods of statistical quality control and improvements that are used in the manufacturing and service industries along with basic concepts of reliability. The students will first be introduced to some of the philosophies of quality control experts and their impact on quality. This course familiarizes students with quality control techniques, quality assuarance issues and quality management methods. Finally basic concepts of reliability of systems will be introduced.

EEE 480 Control Systems (3 credits)
Introduction to automatic control. Mathematical modelling of dynamic systems. Response analysis using Laplace transform method. Transfer functions and block systems. Feedback control systems. Typical actuators and transducers. Control law.