|Communication Skills (ELE 205)|
Communication Process: functions, models, noise, climate, and tools. Diversity: Intercultural interdependence and communication, principles of intercultural communication styles. Listening skills: types, listening habits nonverbal behaviors. Interpersonal Relationship: workplace relations, conflict types and styles, conflict strategies and tools. Presentation skills: Workplace presentations, preparation steps, delivery styles, presentation tools. Teamwork skills: Benefits of workplace teams, analyzing effective teams, stages of team development, positive participation skills. Written Communication skills: Role, importance, and tools. Technical and other forms of writing related to employment trends. Professional Ethics and Etiquette, Leadership Skills
|Electronics I (ELE 250)|
Semiconductor materials, energy levels, P-N junction diodes; DC and AC diode applications (rectification, regulation, clipper, voltage multipliers). Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT): construction, operation, and characteristics. CB, CE, and CC Amplifiers; DC and AC analysis and design of BJT. Field Effect Transistors (FET): construction, operation, characteristics, and biasing. CS, CD, and CG amplifiers. DC and AC analysis and design of FET amplifiers.
|Electronics II (ELE 350A)|
Systems Approach: Effect of RLoad and Rsource, Two-Port System, Frequency Response of BJT and FET multistage amplifiers (upper, lower, and bode plot), Compound configurations: devices (Darlington and feedback pairs), Circuits (cascode and cascade amplifiers, differential amplifiers, current mirrors and current sources), Operational Amplifiers: Construction, Operation, Characteristics and Applications (Integrator, differentiator, log, anti-log…etc). Frequency response of amplifiers, Power amplifiers: (class A, class B, class AB and class C amplifiers, distortion in power amplifiers), Power Supplies (Voltage regulators): discrete and IC voltage regulators.
|Microelectronics Technology (ELE 376, ELE444) |
Introduction to microtechnology, crystal growth and epitaxy, oxidation and film deposition, diffusion and ion implantation, lithography and etching(wet/dry), metallization, mask making, transistor and diodes in IC, MOSFET technology, passive elements, monolithic and hybrid IC.
|Microwave Semiconductor Devices (ELE 442)|
Metal/ semiconductor contacts and the Schottky barriers diodes, tunnel diodes, Gunn diodes, microwave transistors (BJT and MOSFET), heterojunctions, introduction to HBT, HEMT and quantum well devices.
|Optoelectronics (ELE 440)|
Photodetectors (physics of light absorption, PIN photodetectors, heterojunction and Schottky barrier photodiode, noise in photodetectors), Solar cells (operation, basic analysis), Phototransistor (operation, basic analysis), Light emitting diodes (LEDs) (materials, construction, response time, LED driving circuitry), lasers (basic principles, laser cavity structure, Fabry-Perot cavity, laser action in semiconductors, laser modes), optical waveguide (planer dielectric waveguides optical fiber waveguides, waveguide configurations, materials and fabrication).
|Specialized Measurements (ELE 454)|
Principles of Measurement, Instrument types and characteristics, measurement errors and noise, Signal processing (amplification, attenuation, filtration, linearization…etc.), Variable conversion elements, Smart sensors, Sensor technologies, thermal sensors (RTD, thermistors, thermocouples, bimetal strips, gas thermometer, vapor-pressure thermometers, liquid-expansion thermometers, solid state temperature sensors, design considerations), mechanical sensors (displacement sensors, strain sensors, motion sensors, pressure sensors, flow sensors and their applications), optical sensors (photodetectors, pyrometer, optical sources, and their applications), final control element( operation, industrial electronics, actuators, control), Temperature, Pressure, Flow, Level, Mass/Force, Translation, PH, and Rotational measurements. Data presentation. Measurement reliability. Design Project.
|Field Training supervision (ELE 500)|
A training period to be spent in the industry (inside or outside Jordan), under the follow up of an academic member from the department, periodical as well as a final reports and an oral examination are required.
|Graduation projects (ELE 598)|
Theoretical investigation and practical implementation of special projects
|Biomedical Electronics (BME356)||2013|
|Introduction to Engineering (ENGR 1201)|
What is engineering, introduction of engineering as a profession/career, keys to success in engineering study, hardware, structure, engineering theory, design, analysis and organizations, foundation and system, skill and knowledge, ethics and compliance, engineering process and procedure, problem definition and process design, Investigation, problem solving, Root cause Analysis and communication, engineering project and team presentation, lessons learned, projects success.
|Intermediate Algebra (MATH 0312)|
Topics include factoring techniques, radicals, algebraic fractions, complex numbers, graphing linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, system of equations, graphing quadratic equations, and an introduction to functions.
Electronic Design and Manufacturing,
Instrumentation /Specialized measurements,
|Introduction to Engineering Technology (GETE 1200)|
Engineering process overview, career opportunities, engineering disciplines, numerical versus symbolic solutions, significant digits, engineering components and systems, estimation and approximation. Computational Engineering Tools (Microsoft excel, MATLAB, Mathcad …etc.), Patents, trademarks, copyrights, engineering standard, and codes. Communication and presentation skills, teamwork, Basic steps in solving engineering problems, progress report, executive summary and short memos, oral communication and presentation, graphical presentation. Examples and problems from various engineering disciplines. Engineering Ethics: national society of professional engineers ethics code, Design problem and analytical thinking.
|Project Management and Quality Control (GETE 2340)|
Introduction to project management and quality control, project types and stages, project selection and evaluation, planning, and scheduling. Cost analysis (feasibility, time value of money, present worth, and rate of return) and risk management, methods of quality control and key concepts, standards, codes, and specifications, quality engineering, auditing quality, modern statistical methods for quality control and improvement.
|Engineering Innovations (GETE 1240)|
This course will enable the students to see ideas from different perspectives, students will collaborate multi-disciplinary innovation projects geared towards development in analysis, creativity, conceptual design, design and problem-solving processes, prototyping (mistakes, usefulness, and appearance), examine complex problems and explore potential solutions, challenges/risk analysis, tolerance to failure, teamwork, and communications. Application to the development of a new technology/product to meeting specific needs.