Course Descriptions opened in Fall semester of 2015

Course Descriptions opened in Fall semester of 2015

Course Title

Academic English 1

Course ID

GEN1011

(Course Type)

General Sequence

Course Description

This course is designed to present the learner with current models of natural everyday English. A variety of core activities will provide students with the opportunity to improve accuracy, fluency and confidence. In class the learner will be expected to use English to communicate, and apply useful conversation strategies learned in class. The learner will also be encouraged to learn new words/phrases and complete various listening tasks. The class environment will be a place for the learner to get meaningful input and boost their confidence. Assessment methods and approaches to the material may differ slightly from class to class.

 

 

Course Title

Academic English Reading

Course ID

GEN1020

(Course Type)

General Sequence

Course Description

This course is designed to provide students with the reading skills necessary to be a confident and independent reader, and to help them improve your comprehension of written English in order to compete successfully in an academic program.

 

 

 

Course Title

Calculus 1

Course ID

MSC1011

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental Sequence

Course Description

The description of this course is as follows.

1. Limits of function 2. The derivatives

3. The integrals 4. Exponential and logarithmic function

5. Trigonometric and hyperbolic function

Subjects

Limits of function; The derivatives; Applications of derivatives; Integrals; Exponential and logarithmic functions; Trigonometric and hyperbolic function; Techniques of integration; Intermediate forms, Infinite series.

 

 

Course Title

Physics 1

Course ID

MSC1021

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental Sequence

Course Description

This course is an undergraduate level intended for freshmen B.S. students. The course will cover aspects of basics of classical mechanics and thermal/statistical physics such as vector/scalar, force/motion, work/energy, momentum/collision, and solid/fluid.

Subjects

Vector and Scalar; Motion of matters; Force and Motion; Work and Energy; Momentum and Collision; Circular motion and gravity; Solid and Fluid; Oscillation; Wave and Sound; Temperature and heat; Kinetic theory of gas; Entropy

 

 

Course Title

Object Oriented

Programming 1

Course ID

MSC1051

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental Sequence

Course Description

This course is intended for students of ICE and CSE departments. It will cover advanced topics such as operator overloading, inheritance, exception handling, templates, polymorphism, stream input and output, and file processing. This becomes very essential part of all information technologies.

Subject

First program in C++: print a line of text; Classes and Objects; Control Statements; Functions; Array; Pointers;

 

 

Course Title

Engineering mathematics 1

Course ID

MSC2011

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental Sequence

Course Description

1. First-order differential equations.

2. Second order differential equations.

3. Higher order linear equations.

4. Series solutions of second order linear equations.

5. The Laplace transform.

Subject

Basic mathematical model, direction fields; First-order differential equations;

Second order linear differential equation; Series solutions of second order linear equations; Laplace transforms; Regular singular point; Euler equations.

 

 

 

Course Title

Linear Algebra

Course ID

MSC2020

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental Sequence

Course Description

This course is an undergraduate level intended for sophomore year B.S. students. The course will cover aspects of matrices, vectors, determinants, linear systems of equations, Gauss-Jordan elimination, vector spaces, basis, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, numerical methods in linear algebra using MATLAB, computer arithmetic, Gaussian elimination, LU factorization, iterative solutions to linear systems, iterative methods for estimating eigenvalues, singular value decomposition, and QR factorization.

Subject

linear equations and matrices; Determinants; Vectors in 2-space and 3-space;

Euclidean vector spaces; General vector spaces; Inner product spaces; Eigenvalues and eigenvectors; Linear transformations

 

 

 

Course Title

Discrete Mathematics

Course ID

MSC2050

(Course Type)

Technical Fundamental sequence

Course Description

The course is focused on study of topics in mathematics that do not depend upon the limit process. In particular we focus on topics in mathematics relevant to computer science, including: number systems, logic and set theory, counting techniques, matrix manipulation, boolean algebra, number systems, graph theory, recurrence relations, and functions and relations.

Subjects

Logic and sets; Relations and functions; Combinatorics; Undirected graphs; Directed graphs; Boolean algebra; Algebraic systems; Machines and computations; Probability;

 

 

 

 

Course Title

Introduction to IT for CSE

Course ID

CSE 1010

(Course Type)

Technical Core sequence

Course Description

This course is an undergraduate level intended for freshmen. The course will cover logical and mathematical background to understand computers, and deal with basic concepts for computer hardware, computer software, data representation, operating systems, programming language, multimedia, and computer security.

Subject

Data storage; Data manipulation; Operating system; Networking and internet; Algorithms; Programming languages; Software engineering; Data abstraction; Database systems; Computer graphics; Artificial intelligence.

 

 

 

Course Title

Introduction to IT for ICE

Course ID

ICE 1010

(Course Type)

Technical Core sequence

Course Description

This course is an introductory course intended for freshmen. The course will cover general technical overview of digital technologies: present and future. It covers all aspects of electronic, information, communication and computer technologies.

Subject

Digital planet; Hardware; Peripherals; Software basics; Productivity; Graphics, Digital media and multimedia; Database and its application; Networking and communication; Internet; Computer security; Information systems; E-commerce and e-business.

 

 

 

 

Course Title

Data Structure

Course ID

CSE 2010/ ICE2010

(Course Type)

Technical Core Sequence

Course Description

This course provides an introduction to the design and analysis of fundamental data structures and algorithms such as linear lists, stacks, queues, hash tables, binary trees, heaps, bineary search trees, etc. A special emphasis is placed on programming and hands-on experience, meant to reinforce the theoretical aspects covered in lectures.

Subject

Review of C++’; Linked list; Software Development with Templates, Iterators, and STL; Stacks and Queues; Recursive Thinking; Tree; Searching; Sorting; Derived Classes and Inheritance; Graphs;

 

 

 

Course Title

Digital Logic Circuit

Course ID

CSE2020/ ICE 2020

(Course Type)

Technical Core Sequence

Course Description

This course is an undergraduate level intended for sophomore year B.S. students. The objective of the course is to explain how digital circuit of large complexity can be built in a methodological way, starting from Boolean logic and applying a set of rigorous techniques.

Subject

Boolean algebra and logic; Logic Optimization; Combinational Circuits; Combinational logic implementation; Sequential Circuits; Finite State Machine & Design; sing Verilog Design and Implementation of Finite Sate Machine; Verilog syntax

 

 

 

 

Course Title

Application Programming in Java

Course ID

CSE2030/ ICE2030

(Course Type)

Technical Core (selective) Sequence

Course Description

This course is intended for sophomore undergraduate students who already have knowledge of at least one programming language (C/C++). The coverage includes how to design a problem and implement a solution using JAVA language.

Subject

Java Code Conventions; Classes, Objects Methods, Strings. Control Statements Methods; Inheritance Object-Oriented Programming: Polymorphism; GUI Components Files, Streams and Object Serialization; Generic Collections Generic Classes and Methods; Multithreading

 

 

 

 

Course Title

Circuit Theory

Course ID

ICE2100

(Course Type)

Technical Core Sequence

Course Description

Basic circuit analysis based on Kirchhoff Laws is introduced, and advanced methods are applied to DC circuits. The circuit structure starts with resistive one and RC, LC and RLC circuits are included. Analysis is extended to AC circuits with phasor. The time and frequency dependence of circuit responses are studied and some key circuits will be emphasized. Utilization of simulation program, SPICE will be introduced.

Subject

Circuit variables and elements; simple resistive circuits; Node-voltage and mesh-current method; Thevenin and Norton theorem; Inductance, Capacitance and Mutual Inductance; First Order RL and RC circuits; Natural & Step responses of RLC circuits; Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis; Frequency domain circuits.

 

 

 

 

Course Title

Basic Electronic and Digital Experiment

Course ID

ICE2041

(Course Type)

Technical Core Sequence

Course Description

Basic circuit and digital logic circuit will be designed, built and tested using power supply. Function generator, oscilloscope and many electronic and digital components. Its application to microelectronic circuit and component and computer architecture is taught in the lab.

Subject

Basic circuits, digital logic circuits, electronic circuit and systems and computer board and modules.

 

 

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Benefits for Pre-University students

Inha University in Tashkent provides following benefits to the students of the Pre-University courses:

  • Students will be exempted from taking the IUT entrance examination if they get 60 points for each subject during the final examination.
  • Only Pre-University students have a second chance to take the entrance examination.
  • First and second year students of colleges and academic lyceums will become the IUT students after a successful completion of their studies.
  • Pre-University students have an opportunity to use the university facilities.

 

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