Spring 2016 Courses

Academic English I
Course Code: EGH1310
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Pass Level 4 EGH0604
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Course Description: This course is intended for the students willing to go to develop and improve their skills in expository English writing. It focuses on the writing process which covers organization, structure and development of types of paragraphs. It is also focuses on structure, outline and unity and coherence of essays. In the end of the course APA format will be introduced briefly.

Academic English II
Course Code: EGH1311
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Academic English I | EGH1310
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Course Description: This course is designed for students who have already pass Academic English I. It is further develop the academic skills that the students acquired in the previous course.The main focus of the course will be on academic writing. The first part of the course is to introduce the students to different types of academic essays. The students need to utilize their writing skills that they have already learned in the previous course, which focus on writing a paragraph and the structure of an essay. The course will start with are view of how to structure an essay. Then it will move to different types of essays. These essays are: problem-solving, comparing and contrasting argumentative, persuasive and expository. Each type of the essays will be practiced with students by giving them an example of that type which will be also used as a reading comprehension activily. The second part of the course will introduce the students to writing a research paper. The students will be taught the structure of the research paper, how to develop their essays into research papers. They will be taught how to write a good abstract, introduction and conclusion, and how to cite previous academic works.

Accounting Information System
Course Code: ACC4320
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Managerial Accounting | ACC2305
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Accounting Theory
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Credits Hours: 3
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Advanced Calculus
Course Code: MTH2412
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Calculus II | MTH1411
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Course Description: Calculus III or Multivariable calculus: Linear approximation and Taylor theorems, Language multiples and constrained optimization, multiple integration and vector analysis including Green theorem

Business Legal & Social Environment
Course Code: BUS3350
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science | TLS0305
Corequisite Course:None
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Course Description: This course provides an understanding of algebraic concepts, processes, and practical applications. Topic include linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, systems of equations and inequalities, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic expressions and functions, and basic probability. These topics are fundamentals to the study of advanced courses in mathematics, statistics, engineering, and computer technology, as well as in the science. Various applications in other fields such as finance, medicine, and environmental studies also require an understanding of algebraic concepts.

Business Mathematics
Course Code: MTH1405
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: College Algebra | MTH1300
Corequisite Course:None
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Course Description: This course has been designed to provide mathematical functions for students enrolled in Business and economics. It begins with non-calculus topic such as functions, equations, and matrix algebra, then some calculus topics will be covered with applications.

Calculus I
Course Code: MTH1410
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science TLS0305
Corequisite Course:None
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Course Description: Calculus provides the basic and essential tools for engineering to analyze and formalize the real world problems. Calculus-I involves functions, limits and continuity, introduction to derivatives, calculation of derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications including curve sketching, related rates, and optimization, introduction to integrals.

Calculus II
Course Code: MTH1411
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Calculus I MTH1410
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Course Description: This course is applied mathematics involves vector with operations, integral methods, differential equations and their solutions techniques (analytically and numerically) and sequence and power series. It provides basic mathematical skills necessary for engineers to perform engineering analysis.

College Algebra
Course Code:: MTH1300
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science | TLS0305
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Course Description: This course provides an understanding of algebraic concepts, processes, and practical applications. Topic include linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, systems of equations and inequalities, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic expressions and functions, and basic probability. These topics are fundamentals to the study of advanced courses in mathematics, statistics, engineering, and computer technology, as well as in the science. Various applications in other fields such as finance, medicine, and environmental studies also require an understanding of algebraic concepts.

Comupter Application for Business
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Credits Hours: 3
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Cost Accounting
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Credits Hours: 3
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Critical and Creative Thinking
Course Code: HUM1205
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Talent Communication | TLC0300
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Course Description: This course involves key concepts and tools of critical and creative thinking, describing the reflective thinking by giving examples in social and academic life. It deals mainly with logical argument, truths, fallacies, deductive and inductive reasoning in both an informal and formal context. It brings out the role of criticality and creativity in science, human communication and Innovations.

Database Management System
Course Code: INF3315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Foundations of IT Management | INF3305
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Department Elective (Programming with Mat Lab)
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Design Project II
Course Code: CVE4396
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Graduation Project I | CVE4195
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Course Description: Design Project II (Include More than one Area) CVE4396

Differential Equations
Course Code: MTH2315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Calculus II | MTH1411
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Drilling I
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Drilling II
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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E-Business Design & Implementation
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 2
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E-Government Strategy & Management
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Engineering Materials & Lab
Course Code: CVE3325
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Strength of Materials | CVE2315
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Course Description: This course provides a fundamental behavior and properties of various civil engineering materials. Topics include introduction to mechanical behavior of materials, characteristics of metals, evaluation of aggregates, design of Portland cement concrete and asphalt concrete.

Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics
Course Code: MEE2405
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: General Physics I | PHY1410C
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Engineering Survey
Course Code: CVE2310C
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Intro to Civil Engineering | CVE1200
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Engineering Thermodynamics
Course Code: MEE3310
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Eng.Mechanics | MEE2405
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Course Description: This course provides the basic fundamental of thermodynamics for engineering application and problem solving. The topics include the first and second law of thermodynamics, closed system and control volume analysis, entropy, reversible processes, properties of pure substances. Application to engineering problems includes vapor power cycles, refrigeration/heat pump cycles will also be provided.

Env. Engineering Microbiology
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Credits Hours: 3
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Env. Health
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Credits Hours: 3
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Env. Monitoring and Measure Analysis
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Credits Hours: 3
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Env. Monitoring and Measure Analysis
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Environmental Chemistry
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Environmental Engineering Fundamentals & Lab
Course Code: NVE3325C
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: General Chemistry | CHM1410C
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Environmental Science
Course Code: abc
Credits Hours: 3
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Financial Accounting
Course Code: ACC1300
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: None
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Course Description: This course consists of studying accounting as important information system in economic entities, with special emphasis on accounting cycle in both service and merchandising companies, recording entries, posting, and preparing trial balance, income statement, change in equity statement, and balance sheet. It also covers merchandising operations under both periodic and perpetual inventory systems and the conceptual framework of accounting and the subsidiary books (records) & journals. and concerned with the transactions related to adjustments at the end of the fiscal year which leads to prepare the financial statements within the accounting assumptions and Generally Accepted Accounting Principle.

Financial Reporting
Course Code: ACC4360
Credits Hours: 3
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Fluid Mechanics
Course Code: MEE3315C
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: MEE2405
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Foundation of E-Commerce
Course Code: MKT3320
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: MKT3310 / BUS2315
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Foundation of IT Management
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General Chemistry I
Course Code: CHM1405C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science
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Course Description: This course is intended to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of the modern theory in general and inorganic chemistry. It covers many important topics, with emphasis on developing problem-solving skills as well as on concepts and theories. The course also covers topics that are essential background material to many disciplines in science and technology. These include: matter and energy, measurements and units, stoichiometry, chemical reaction, physical and chemical properties, gas laws, periodicity of elements, molecular structure and geometry, chemical bonding and thermo-chemistry.

General Chemistry II
Course Code: CHM2411C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: General Chemistry I | and Lab CHM1410C
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: CHM 2411C is the second semester of general chemistry sequence for science majors, The course content, as indicated in the more detailed schedule attached, will include a discussion of the properties of solution, reaction kinetics, principles of chemical equilibria and basic principles of spectrophotometry, chemistry of environment and chemistry of life as an introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry

General Geology
Course Code: BIO1410C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Intro to MLS | MLS1200
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General Physics I
Course Code: PHY1410C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Calculus I | MTH1410
Corequisite Course: MTH1411
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Course Description: This course is one of the fundamental courses for engineering, who should be familiar with the basic natural science and its applications. In this course, students will learn the fundamental concepts of classical mechanics such as motion, work, energy, gravity, and fluids, and learn ow to solve mechanical and technical problem. Furthermore, students will recieve practice in using simple models to describe systems through laboratory work. This course is carried out in 3 hours, two times per week and 3 hours laboratory, once a week.

General Physics II
Course Code: PHY1411C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: General Physics I | PHY1410C
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Course Description: This course will introduce the student to the basic language and ideas of physics that occur in all branches of science and technology such as basic concepts of electric and magnetic fields, including electrostatics, magneto statics. It provides the students with a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics, and to strengthen their understanding through a broad range of interesting applications to the real world and understanding of the foundations provided by Maxwell equations.

General Psychology
Course Code: SOS2315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Talent Communication / Talent Science
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Graduation Project II
Course Code: CPE4396
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Graduation Project I
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Health, Safety & Environment
Course Code: ENC3315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: MEE2405
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Human Biology
Course Code: BIO2311
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: General Biology and Lab | BIO1410C
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Course Description: Explores the biology of human body from the structural and functional point of view. It emphasizes each component of the human body starting from cells to tissues, organs, and systems. It explains the importance and function of each of these components.

Human Physiology and Lab
Course Code: MLS2415C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Human Biology | BIO2311
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: Explores the basic concepts behind the physiological processes in human body and emphasizes the laboratory tests used in this field. It also explains the relationship between the laboratory procedures and the diagnosis of abnormal body functions.

Humanities Elective
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Immunology
Course Code: MLS3325
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Principles of Hematology and Lab | MLS2410C
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Course Description: Emphasizes the theory and principles of Immunohematology relevant to blood group serology, antibody detection/identification, and compatibility testing, types of immunity and the mechanism of action of the immune system will also be explored.

Immunology Lab
Course Code: MLS3225C
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Immunology / MLS3325
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Course Description: This course is designed to give students an essential knowledge about immunohematological tests used in the lab. It also explores component preparation and therapy in blood transfusion service, quality controls, donor screening and phlebotomy, transfusion reactions and hemolytic disease of the new born.
Practice of the locally available diagnostic techniques related to the field of immunology/Serology/hematology in a clinical laboratory setting.

Intermediate Accounting II
Course Code: ACC2311
Credits Hours: 3
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Course Description: Continuation of ACC2310. Topics covered include current and long-term liabilities, contingencies, stockholders equity, earnings per share, temporary and long-term investments, revenue recognition, accounting changes, cash flows, statement analysis, and disclosure in financial reporting.

International Business Environment
Course Code: BUS2315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Introduction to Business | BUS1200
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Course Description: This course is designed to involve you with International Business and on conducting business in international markets. This course attempts to describe the ideas of international business and its uses through contemporary examples, scenarios, and cases to help you learn about how to put theory into practice.

Intro to Microbiology & Lab
Course Code: MLS2405C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: General Biology and Lab | BIO1410C
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: A combination of laboratory and theoretical experience exploring the general aspects of microbiology. It includes basic information about all kinds of microbes such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. This course provides essential background about other microbiological courses taken later within the MLS program such as medical bacteriology, medical parasitology, molecular biology, immunology, and virology.

Introduction to Business
Course Code: BUS1200
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Academic English I | EGH1310
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: This is an introductory course, which is designed to engage you with the key concepts, models, debates and problems in the study of business.Developing this foundation will be beneficial to your following study of specialiezd subjects, because you will be able to make connections between different issues.

Introduction To Computer
Course Code: CMP1200
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: Introduction to computer course is designed to familiarize students with computer system and their applications. It will also emphasize the use of computers and technology throughout their university and future careers. During this course students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware, software and networks, Microsoft Windows operating system and become familiar with variety of computer applications, including word-processing, spreadsheets, and multimedia presentations. Students will learn basic network and communications also they investigate Internet-based applications, working the email and learning how to browse the web. Course work also includes activities that explore social and ethical issues related to computers.

Introduction to Engineering
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Introduction to Ethics
Course Code: HUM1200
Credits Hours: 2
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Course Description: This course involves the key concepts of theoretical and applied Ethics, describing the relationship betweenEthics and related fields such as religion, law, etiquette as well as local and international codes for human behaviors. This course, on the other hand, summarizes the main theories of ethics: Egoism, Altruism, Hedonism, Utilitarianism, Deontology and Existentialism. However, it involves the nature of Ethics in applied areas of life and professional fields, especially with regard to Komar University specialties: Business Ethics, Engineering Ethics and Medical Ethics.

Introduction to MLS
Course Code: MLS1200
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science | TLS0305
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Kurdology
Course Code: SOS1205
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Talent Communication
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: This course will offer a general mosaic survey of the linguistic, geographical, historical, social, religious, political, cultural, and artistic aspects of the Kurdish people, especially in Iraq. Moreover, the Kurdology is the study of all issues that relate to Kurdish people and Kurdish homeland: Kurdistan. Under topics of Kurdology we will study, the Kurdish language, race of Kurds, Kurdish dialects and their geographic distribution, the structure of the Kurdish society, religion of Kurds, the religious and tribal hierarchy of the Kurdish people, Kurdish political history, Emirates and Kurdish revolutions and political movements,Kurdish folklore, literature, Journalism and modern arts.

LAN
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Managerial Accounting
Course Code: ACC2345
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: ACC1300
Corequisite Course: None
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Course Description: This course introduces you to the principles of managerial accounting-the internal use of accounting information to manage modern firms, including planning, analysis, and decision-making. The primary objective of this course is to equip you with the knowledge and ability to prepare, understand, evaluate, and execute financial and non-financial reports used in modern businesses. The purpose of this course is to help you become a better manager, not to merely have you read problems and solutions.Mangers face numerous business decisions every day that require the use of financial and nonfictional information about their firms products, processes, employees, supplies, customers, competitors, resources, and constraints. These decisions range from evaluating profitability of investment projects (finance) to managing product-line portfolios and pricing (marketing), from supply chain and customer management (operations) to evaluating and motivating employees (human resources), and from marketing merger and acquisition decisions (strategy)to tax planning and management (regulation). Therefore, utilizing relevant information (financial and nonfictional) to make informed decisions is vital to modern firms and is an important skill for a career in corporate management, business consulting, financial services, and so on.

Managing Information System
Course Code: INF2320
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Computer Applications for Business | CMP2305
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Course Description: This course is an examination of information systems and their management. The students will be introduced to the importance of information system management, the top Information System careers and job, strategic uses of information technology, information systems planning, managing information databases and resources and management issues in systems development.

Managing People & Organizations
Course Code: BUS3345
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Principles of Management | BUS2305
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Medical Bacteriology
Course Code: MLS3330
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Introduction to Microbiology and Lab | MLS2405C
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Course Description: Explores the basic concepts of pathogenicity of pathogenic microbes, the host-pathogen interaction and the relevant terminologies used. It emphasizes the medically important bacterial groups and gives information about their distinguishing characteristics, pathogenicity, and major diseases they cause.

Medical Bacteriology Lab
Course Code: MLS3230C
Credits Hours: 2
Prerequisite Course: Medical Bacteriology / MLS3330
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Course Description: Basic theory and practice of (a) procedures for specimen processing in the clinical microbiology laboratory; (b) normal flora; (c) morphological, cultural and serologic characteristics of common pathogenic bacteria. It also includes advanced laboratory techniques in the isolation, identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing of anaerobic and aerobic human pathogens. Students are challenged with clinical unknown specimens.
Application of theoretical and practical aspects of medical microbiology in one or more operating hospital laboratory.

Medical Parasitology
Course Code: MLS3320
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Introduction to Microbiology and Lab | MLS2405C
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Course Description: Introduces the field of medical parasitology. Identifies characteristics, life cycles, pathogenicity, and testing methods for various relevant organisms.

Natural Gas Engineering
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Credits Hours: 3
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Operation Management
Course Code: BUS4360
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Managing People and Organizations | BUS3345

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Principles of Finance
Course Code: BUS2330
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: ACC1300

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Course Description: The state of finance shows the quality of skills and the degree of success achieved in the performance of financial operations of enterprise. The performance of business enterprises, in the area of finance, has been the subject of considerable discussion, criticism and controversy. This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of finance. The course requires an understanding of financial mathematics as well as economic concepts and accounting principles. The course is corporate-oriented with emphasis on practical applications and problem solving techniques..

Principle of Microeconomics
Course Code: BUS2330
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Principles of Macroeconomics | BUS2310
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Course Description: An intensive course to introduce the study of economics from the perspective of behavior of individual consumers, firms, single industries in the market. It introduces students to economists method of thinking and their analytical tools.

Principles of Management
Course Code: BUS2335
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Introduction to Business | BUS1200
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Course Description: This course designed to engage you with what management is about. His course will involve you with a comprehensive set of supportive materials that range from the traditional to exciting new uses of technology through learning the critical concepts

Principles of Marketing
Course Code: BUS2325
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Introduction to Business | BUS1200
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Course Description: The Principle of Marketing is designed to introduce the fundamental marketing concepts such as building relationships with customers, market segmentation, positioning, branding, pricing and product development. This course also emphasizes on marketing strategy and planning, the marketing environment, consumer behavior and development of target market.

Principles of Microeconomics
Course Code: BUS2310
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Principles of Macroeconomics | BUS2310
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Course Description: An intensive course to introduce the study of economics from the perspective of behavior of individual consumers, firms, single industries in the market. It introduces students to economists method of thinking and their analytical tools.

Professional Communication
Course Code: EGN3315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Academic English II | EGH1311
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Course Description: This course is the peak of English track in which students gain the skills they need to communicate verbally and in writing on a professional level using common technical terminology and idioms from the engineering fields. Emphasis in the course is in productive language skills, i.e. writing and speaking on engineering topics using a formal/professional register.

Programming Concepts & Algorithms & lab
Course Code: CPE2405C
Credits Hours: 4
Prerequisite Course: Intro. To Computer Networking
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Reinforced Concrete II
Course Code: CVE4366
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Reinforced Concrete I | CVE3365
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Research Methodology
Course Code: HUM3315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Academic English II

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Course Description: This course is an introduction to fundamentals of conducting research. It will teach the students different research methodologies, research designs and parts of the research paper. The curriculum is sequential, helping the students to identify a study topics, formulate inquiry questions, organize a literature review, and select appropriate designs and methodologies. By the End of the course, students will complete a proposal that includes an introduction, problem statement (significance of study), literature review, methods section, references, and a project timeline. This work can be converted next year into a full research that will include the following sections: findings, discussion, conclusions, and references.

Reservior Simulation & Well Testing
Course Code: PTE4370
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Res Eval & Monitor|PTE4345

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Course Description: This course will address theoretical development of flow equations governing well testing in oil and gas wells. A formulation of flow equations in dimensionless form will be introduced. Line Source Analytical solutions of flow equations will be covered concentrating on semi-log analysis. The principle of superposition will also be discussed. Deviation from the idealized model will be addressed and type curve solutions of the flow equations will be reviewed. The course will also cover oil and gas well testing techniques. Practical aspects of pressure analysis will be highlighted.

Reservoir Fluid Properties & Lab
Course Code: PTE3315C
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Engineering Thermodynamics|MEE3310

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Course Description: Study of reservoir fluid properties including PVT behavior of hydrocarbon systems. Investigation of the nature, methods of estimation, and use of reservoir fluid properties.

Reservoir Rock Properties & Lab
Course Code: PTE3310C
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Structural Geology|GEO2315

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Course Description: This course introduces fundamental properties of reservoir rocks, namely porosity, compressibility, permeability, electric conductivity, fluid saturation, surface forces and capillary pressure, effective and relative permeability, and their applications in volumetric and flow calculations in petroleum reservoirs.

Social Science Elective
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Credits Hours: 3
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Software Developing
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Soil Mechanics & lab
Course Code: CVE3320C
Credits Hours: 3
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Course Description: The aim of this course is to give knowledge and understanding of basic soil mechanics and its practical applications. This course includes several topics e.g., physical and mechanical properties of soils, weight volume relationship, soil classification, flow through soils, effective stresses, geostatic stress and stresses due to applied loads, soil compaction, 1-D (one-dimensional) consolidation, and introduction to shear strength. The Soils Laboratory include Hands on experience on laboratory tests dealing with above topics, report writing, quizzes and exams. pertaining to lab tests.

Statistics for Business
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Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Talent Science | TLS0305
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Statistics for Engineering
Course Code: MTH2320
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Calculus II | MTH1411

Corequisite Course: MTH2315

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Course Description: This course provides the students with exposure to fundamentals of statistical methods and their applications, covering Introduction to Statistics descriptive and data analysis, Probability, Random Variables, and Discrete Probability Distributions, Continuous Probability Distributions, Simple Linear Regression and Correlation, Fundamental Sampling Distributions and Data Distributions, and Hypothesis Testing. After this course, the students will be able to understand and speak the basic language of statistics and select the right statistical method for his/her applications. Also, the course will provide the fundamental theoretical background that will allow the student to appreciate the strengths ad limitations of each method and formulate conclusions accordingly.

Strategic Management
Course Code: BUS4365
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Business Legal & Social Environment | BUS3350

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Strength of Materials
Course Code: CVE2315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Engineering Mechanics: Static & Dynamic | MEE2405

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Course Description: This course provide the students with explosure to the systematic methods for solving engineering problem. Topics involved are introduction to the strength of materials, stress and strain, Poisons ration and thermal expansion, pressure vessel and stress concentrations, properties of areas, torsion and round shafts, beam reactions, stresses in beams, beam deflection, and eventually beam design. Generally, it delivers an understanding of materials and structural components behavior in reaction to outside forces. This course style has been taken from Purdue University.

Structural Geology
Course Code: GEO2315
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Physical Geology|GEO2310C

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Structural System
Course Code: CVE4370
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Construction Engineering | CVE4360

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Surface Production Engineering
Course Code: PTE4330
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Drilling & Completion I|PTE3335

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Course Description: Students will develop a general understanding of the production engineering function within industry. Geometric dimensioning and tolerance, process design, and fixture and a gage design will be introduced and explored through the application of machining processes. Students will also develop an understanding of sustainable manufacturing.

Taxation Accounting
Course Code: ACC4365
Credits Hours: 3
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Course Description: This course is designed to provide the student to understand the taxation system in Iraq and to examine the implications of recent changes in tax legislation to give students the necessary knowledge of the mechanics of the compilations in the main areas of income tax to explain the administration to the taxation system in Iraq, and to enable students to prepare tax computations for individuals and unincorporated businesses

Tech Elective Design (Sanitary Engineering)
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Credits Hours: 3
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Tech Elective Design (Steel)
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Credits Hours: 3
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Transportation & Storage of Petroleum
Course Code: PTE4380
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Petro Prod Methods | PTE4355

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Course Description: This course deals with the analysis and design of surface piping and storage facilities of crude oil and natural gas. Topics include fluid flow and pressure losses in pipes, pipeline design, selection and sizing of liquid pumps and gas compressors, corrosion in pipes, other transportation methods, and storage of petroleum and its products.

Well Logging & Formation Evaluation
Course Code: PTE3325
Credits Hours: 3
Prerequisite Course: Res Rock Prop | PTE3310

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