Course image Calculus for Engineers
Cross-cutting Modules
The modules in Calculus for Engineers aims to consolidate subjects students have seen in secondary school. Problems from engineering will be used to help students develop problem solving and reasoning abilities that will serve them well in their academic studies.
Cross-cutting Modules

The major focus of this course is on design-oriented analysis of topologies and control methods for various power electronic converters used for dc-dc, dc-ac and ac-dc power conversions in important and current applications.  PSpice and Matlab based simulations will be used extensively to reinforce the basic concepts, and as a design tool as well. Power semiconductor devices such as MOSFETs and IGBTs will be discussed briefly.

Course image CSC1261 Computer Programming
Cross-cutting Modules



  • Introduction to the historical and social context of computing; Overview of computer science

as a discipline

and debugging

  • Fundamental programming constructs: Syntax and semantics of a higher-level language;

variables, types, expressions, and assignment; simple I/O; conditional and iterative control

structures; functions and parameter passing; structured decomposition


Course image MEE1262 Engineering Drawing and CAD
Cross-cutting Modules

This course gives an insight on the common language applied by various engineers to communicate in between themselves to have a common understanding of how to produce designs and products respecting the standards at the international level.

Course image CSC1163 ICT Skills
Cross-cutting Modules

The aim of this module is to provide the students with information technology  concepts and practical skills  of Microsoft Office programs.