Learning management and support for the Faculty of Engineering at Final International University

This course introduces students to the key concepts and topics of information technology and their significance for business, economics, and society. Topics include understanding how computers work, fundamental concepts relating to hardware, software, central processing unit, input and output, storage, networks and internet. The course also improves basic PC, Windows, and MS Office skills, and intermediate-level Word and PowerPoint skills.

To become familiar with Electromagnetic induction; Faraday's and Lenz's laws; transformer and motional electromotive force; induction heating; transformer; displacement current; time-varying fields; Maxwell's equations; wave equations; time-harmonic fields; complex phasors; scalar and vector potential functions; plane waves in vacuum; plane waves in dielectrics and conductors; polarization; skin effect; electromagnetic energy and power; Poynting's theorem; reflection and refraction of plane waves at dielectric interfaces; Snell's laws; Fresnel formulas; critical angle; total internal reflection; total transmission; Brewster's angle; standing waves; transmission line theory; TEM waves; transmission line parameters; lossy and lossless lines; matching of transmission lines to their loads.

This course aims to introduce Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s law, series and parallel resistor combination, Wye and Delta transformation, nodal and loop analysis, Op-Amp model, Superposition, Thevenin and Norton’s theorem, capacitors, inductors, first order circuit, and second order circuits.

This course aims to introduce the Number Systems, Binary representation of data, Binary Logic, Boolean algebra and Boolean theorems. Application of Boolean theorems for simplification of logic functions. Minterm and Maxterm expansion; SOP, POS and Canonical forms of representation. Use of Karnaugh maps. Multi-level Logic gate networks, functionally complete sets of logic gates. Combinational circuit analysis and design. Memory elements; latches and flip flops. Sequential circuit analysis and design techniques. Synchronous counters, FSM and Datapath. Fan-in Fan-out. Sequential Circuit timing analysis. Memory chips; RAM, ROM and PLDs.