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  • BS Architecture
  • BS Chemical Engineering
  • BS Civil Engineering
  • BS Computer Engineering
  • BS Electrical Engineering
  • BS Industrial Engineering
  • BS Mechanical Engineering
  • BS Mining Engineering
  • Master in Engineering
AR461: DESIGN 08, Design of Tall Buildings and Complexes

The course is designed to acquaint students with architectural concepts for tall buildings and complexes, dealing with design exercises stressing on building articulation, utilities, laws, structural concepts, and ecological planning.


A basic introduction on computer and software programs useful in architectural practice.  The course deals with aspects of architectural 2D & 3D drafting and design.

Engineering Calculus 2

The course introduces the concept of anti-differentiation and its application to some physical problems such as evaluation of areas, volumes of solids, force of fluid pressure and work. Basic integration formulas and techniques are applied to single-variable and multi-variable functions. Tracing of two-dimensional and three-dimensional functions are included for a better appreciation of multiple integral

Phys182 Lab-Physics for Engineers

Quantum Physics

This course deals with vectors, mechanics, heat, sound, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism. It discusses the fundamental concepts and principles in mechanics, with emphasis on linear and two – dimensional kinematics, Newton’s laws of motion, energy and momentum, harmonic motion, fluid mechanics, and their applications, thermal expansion, thermal stress, heat transfer, Calorimetry, laws of thermodynamics, wave motion, electrostatics, the nature and interaction among electrical charges, the concept of electric field and electric energy, and the application of the methods and concepts of algebra, trigonometry, graphical analysis, and basic calculus.


Course Outline

Physics for Engineers__APB

This is a calculus-based course covering the basic laws and phenomena in electricity and magnetism, oscillation and waves, rotational mechanics and modern Physics.

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Solid Mensuration

Welcome to Math 135 Summer 2020!!!!!