Available courses

Web Programming I is designed to introduce students on how to build a dynamic web site. Students will develop, manage, and maintain professional web sites using PHP, MYSQL, HTML5, and Cascading Style Sheets. Starting from basics to more advanced PHP programming using real-world examples.
Computer Graphics is a study of the hardware and software principles of interactive raster graphics. Topics include an introduction to the basic concepts, 2-D and 3-D modeling and transformations, viewing transformations, projections, rendering techniques, graphical software packages and graphics systems. Students will use a standard computer graphics API to reinforce concepts and study fundamental computer graphics algorithms.
The aim of the course to develop the skills required to create application for major mobile platforms including iOS, Android and Windows. Explain the factors to consider when designing software for multiple platforms. Critique mobile applications on their design pros and cons. Gain insight into new trends and features in the mobile application. Utilize rapid prototyping techniques and tools to design and develop sophisticated mobile interfaces. As well as developing mobile app with backend and web data.
introduces students to the exciting world of multimedia, a combination of sound, animation, graphics, and video. Students will work with a variety of software including programs used for sound and video production, multimedia presentations, web and desktop publishing, and photo & image editing. This course incorporates lecture, tutorials, and hands-on activities, which build skills and techniques for a variety of software programs to create and edit multimedia content.
Types of Transmission Lines. General comparisons between various types of transmission. Transmission Line Equations. Distributed elements, lossless transmission lines. Lossy transmission lines, characteristic impedance. Maximum power transfer in transmission lines. Standing Wave Patterns.
This course’s objective is to introduce the student to antennas, covering their principles of radiation, their basic parameters, (radiation resistance, radiation pattern, polarization, reciprocity, effective radiated power), their general types, and those commonly used in wireless systems. The student learns how to quickly analyze a communication link that uses standard antennas and suffers from the various effects of propagation. The course reviews Electromagnetic Theory and electromagnetic wave properties. The student also learns the various propagation mechanisms/impairments and the basic models of propagation. Atmospheric and weather effects are also reviewed. The student would be able to grasp the idea of link budget analysis and propagation calculations, including: antenna gain, efficiency and directivity calculations; free-space loss; diffraction and obstruction loss; rain loss; polarization loss; impedance mismatch loss; etc. The student would be able to apply this to determine the range of a wireless RF/microwave system, using what the student know about propagation mechanisms/impairments and the basic models of propagation to determine approximately the range of point-to-point system. The student also learns the various techniques of diversity and combining methods to improve the system performance.
Principles of radar. Radar block diagram. Development of radar applications. Radar range equation. Excerpt radar equation. Radar range. Detection of radar target. Reflection. Radar antennas. Automatic adjustment phase. Antenna with a large suppression of secondary beams. Antennas with multiple simultaneous radiation. Waveforms and processing of radar signals. The function of uncertainty. Pulse compression. Separation of moving targets. Doppler shift pulse. Losses. Monitoring Radar. 2D surveillance radar. 3D surveillance radar. Radar for marine navigation. Radar to monitor air traffic. Radar for tracking targets and measurement. Automating and integrating of the radar. Automatic detection. Auto tracking. Networking radar. Integrating of different sensors.