Available courses

This is the course that paves way to structural engineering as it integrates everything the student learned about forces, stresses and deformation and applies it to simple structures. This course is a transition from mechanics of materials to plane structure analysis and offers an introduction to continuum mechanics.  It begins with special topics in mechanics of materials in flexure (e.g. Unsymmetrical bending; inelastic behavior; curved beams; non-homogeneous members) and torsion (e.g. shear center non-circular members). It also offers alternative methods in beam deflection methods (e.g. Superposition method and conjugate beam method). Energy methods was initially introduced as a method in determining beam deflections but will later on be developed and utilized for plane structure analysis (e.g. Trusses and frames). And lastly, an introduction to continuum mechanics with application to solid bodies. 

This course is an introduction to the foundational theories and paradigms of communication and
media studies. It orients students of the concepts and principles that underpin key
communication and media theories, as well as their applications to contemporary political,
social and cultural issues in local and global contexts. Drawing from the analytical frameworks
of various theories and paradigms, students are expected to be able to critically examine and
interrogate communication and media texts, institutions and audiences in class discussion,
presentations and written papers.

This course is a (re)introduction and examination of the historical contexts, socio-cultural
developments, and contemporary issues in the field of communication and media. It (re)orients
students of the underpinnings of the discipline and its concepts, traditions and frameworks, as
well as interrogates its developments and debates in its intersections with politics, culture,
identity, and society.
As an introductory course of the MA Comm program, it intends to provide its students the
substantive knowledge about the field, as well as equip them with the analytical and critical
skills at par with the academic rigor required at a graduate level.

French 13 is a transitional course. It allows you to be even more familiar with (and hopefully like) the French language by moving from a basic to a more advanced level. It helps you to better understand grammatical structures that are slightly complex, and to learn intermediate-level vocabulary.


The course allows you to further develop your reading, listening, writing, and speaking skills in a foreign language. More importantly, it helps you interact with more people (particularly the French-speaking ones) and accomplish more real-life tasks (in Paris and throughout the French universe). 



French 12 is a transitional course. It allows you to be even more familiar with (and hopefully like) the French language by moving from the basic to a more advanced level. It helps you to better understand grammatical structures that are slightly complex, and to learn intermediate-level vocabulary. 

The course allows you to further develop your reading, listening, writing, and speaking skills in a foreign language. More importantly, it helps you interact with more people (particularly the French-speaking ones) and accomplish more real-life tasks (in Paris and throughout the French universe).


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Water Resources and Coastal Engineering I covers the subjects of hydraulics and hydrology. This course will enable you to learn the components of hydrologic cycle and reflect on the role of hydrology in the practice of civil engineering. Moreover, this course will teach you how to design reservoir and hydraulic structures such as dams, spillways, outlet works and open channels.

THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL COURSE. DO NOT ENROLL IN THIS.

Environmental process engineering; health, safety, and environment (HSE) practices in chemical processing plants

Precalculus: Functions and their Graphs

Precalculus: Functions and their Graphs

Precalculus: Functions and its Graphs

Frequency distribution, averages, measures of variation, simple probability, theory of large and small sampling. Correlation and applications in engineering.

Unit operations in water and waste water treatment. Design of water and wastewater treatment plants

Course number:          CE 1    

Course Title:                Introduction to Civil Engineering       

Course Description:   History of and developments in civil engineering.


Course Goals

This course aims to provide an introduction to the discipline of civil engineering including its history and development, professional ethics and laws in the civil engineering profession, major fields of civil engineering, allied fields, civil engineering in the modern society.


Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of Construction Activities

Programming concepts and methods, algorithms, and software; linear and nonlinear algebraic problems, matrix operations; concept of discrete mathematics.

Digital Signal Processing begins with a discussion of the analysis and representation of discrete-time signals, difference equations, convolution, z-transform and the discrete-time Fourier transform. The course proceeds to cover design of digital filters: FIR and IIR filters, filter structures and a discussion of the implementation of FFT. Some practical applications using DSP algorithms are presented.


Conceptual approaches in theory and model building.