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Industrial Product Design

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Course No رقم المساق Course Name اسم المساق Credit hours الساعات المعتمدة Course Description وصف المساق
2001 Arabic Language 3 The Arabic language course is considered a fundamental requirement for the college of applied professions. The course aims to prepare students to communicate fluently in Arabic in their daily lives and academic work by providing them with basic practical knowledge and skills in Arabic language and its arts that are in line with their needs and knowledge. This will enable them to use it correctly in reading, writing, and speaking, reflecting positively on their performance and increasing their self-confidence and the confidence of others in them. The course includes lessons in grammar, morphology, and basic linguistic rules, as well as listening, speaking, reading, and writing exercises. Additionally, it also includes the study of common vocabulary and phrases in the Arabic language.
2002 English Language 3 It aims to develop the students' four basic skills: writing, reading, comprehension, correct pronunciation, and conversation. As well as the development of basic language rules, which include: verbs, direct speech, prepositions, and the conditional sentence. It also aims to provide the student with English words and terms related to the student's daily and practical life. Writing technical reports in English.
2017 Physical Education 1 The physical activity course is designed to promote health and fitness and improve students' athletic skills. It includes various concepts and physical activities, including team sports such as soccer and basketball, and individual sports such as running, swimming, weightlifting, and yoga. In addition, the course emphasizes teamwork, collaboration, and challenge. It also focuses on committing to sports ethics and social responsibility, and learning about some of the injuries that can occur on and off the field, their causes, symptoms, and first aid methods. This course is useful for improving physical and mental health, balance, coordination, and self-confidence. It also promotes discipline, dedication, and perseverance in sports and other activities in life.
2350 Introduction to Computer 3 This course aims to identify computer components, its various units, computer development and classifications, computer generations, classification of numeric systems, memory unit, arithmetic and logic unit, input and output unit, operating system, and programming basics. Introduction to Computer / Practical: Students are introduced to the basics of dealing with a computer, getting to know the physical parts of a computer, such as: MotherBoard, HardDisk, cables, CD-Rom, etc., and software components, working on the MS-Dos system, and getting to know the most important Its commands, file and folder commands, working on the Windows operating system (Windows), controlling files and folders, an introduction to the (MS_Office) applications, getting to know the Internet and e-mail service.
3219 Entrepreneurship 3 " Entrepreneurship course is an educational course aimed at developing students' skills in managing and operating small and medium-sized enterprises، and teaching them how to develop their ideas and turn them into successful projects. During the course, students are taught many basic concepts and skills in the field of entrepreneurship, such as market research, development of administrative and marketing plans, management of human and financial resources, creation of business plans, innovation, and digital transformation. The course is taught practically, relying on practical activities and applied projects that allow students the opportunity to apply the concepts they have learned in their own projects. Entrepreneurship course is considered one of the important courses that helps students achieve their dreams of self-employment and financial independence."

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Course No رقم المساق Course Name اسم المساق Credit hours الساعات المعتمدة Course Description وصف المساق
2006 Engineering drawing 2 The course aims to introduce the student to the principles of engineering drawing and to provide them with the ability to read solid and schematic engineering drawings by familiarizing them with the basics and principles of engineering drawing, drawing regular and curved geometric shapes, writing Arabic and English letters in engineering font, vertical projection and third angle projection, drawing sections, isometric drawing, and freehand drawing.
2209 Free Hand Sketching 2 The course aims to simulate and replicate visual reality by training the eye on distances and proportions, and teaching the student the skills of analysis and pencil drawing. It also aims to develop the student's ability to recognize and imagine, cultivate their good taste, develop their ability to perceive proportions, express their ideas and imagination, understand perspective ratios, and use pencils, colored pencils, and charcoal. The course also covers shading with the presence of a light source, and trains the student to use different tools to render shapes and gradients in shading.
2253 Aesthetics 3 The course aims to introduce the student to the artistic foundations of the artwork and how to deal with them, by studying the relationship between aesthetics and art throughout the ages, the most important theories of aesthetics, criticism, social, scientific, and educational motives and goals that led to the emergence of aesthetics, and studying the unique features of the artwork and its relationship to human activities, meanings, rules, and values of aesthetics, and the Islamic religion and its evaluation of art throughout different Islamic schools and ages.
2275 Principles of Interior Design 3 The course aims to introduce the student to the fundamentals of design and develop their ability to use various materials in design, recognize design elements, enhance their sense of color, provide them with some different skills and techniques in using various tools and materials in design work, develop the student's creative ability for design and implementation, in addition to providing them with the skill to employ color in design work.
2588 A brief history of Art 3 The aim of this course is to provide students with comprehensive technical knowledge and concepts about the origin and stages of art development, from ancient times to the modern era, as well as the study of drawing, sculpture, decoration, architecture, and handicrafts. It also aims to familiarize students with the importance of art in human life and to understand the reasons that led to its emergence. Moreover, it provides students with a cultural background about past and present arts that enables them to critique and analyze old and modern artworks, differentiate between beauty and ugliness, and learn about the technical experiences and skills that artists possessed throughout different historical periods. Additionally, they become acquainted with aesthetic concepts and philosophies that successive ancient civilizations adopted in artistic expression. Studying this course helps students form new artistic directions and patterns that enhance their ability to innovate and create, develop their aesthetic and sensory ability in visual relationships and their aesthetic values.
2589 Introduction to Eng. Professions 1 This course aims to introduce the student to the concept of engineering and applied arts, and the reciprocal relationship between them and their nature as professions, as well as the evolution of these professions throughout history. The course also discusses the relationship between auxiliary engineering professions, applied professions, technology, and society, and the role and impact of those who work in these professions within their communities. Additionally, the student will learn about the different traditional and modern branches of engineering and applied professions, professional ethics, and what can be added to engineering and technology education plans to develop them.

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Course No رقم المساق Course Name اسم المساق Credit hours الساعات المعتمدة Course Description وصف المساق
3230 2 This course aims to provide students with an introduction to the basics of the art of photography and the technical skills required to capture successful images. By the end of this course, students will be able to compare and choose between different types of cameras available in the market and prepare optimal conditions for producing good photographic images within environments and backgrounds that are appropriate for the subject matter. Students will also learn about the different elements that affect the lighting of an image and how to operate these elements to achieve optimal exposure, such as shutter speed, aperture in the camera lens, light sensitivity (ISO), controlling the shooting position, and low-light photography techniques, i.e., controlling color balance in nighttime images.
3231 2 The course aims to enhance students' understanding of the fundamental principles of the work environment in design by introducing human anatomy, anthropometry, and modeling techniques to improve safety, productivity, and people's comfort and health. It also covers the challenges posed on efficiency, productivity, comfort, and designing mathematical information, tasks, muscular and anthropometric measurements, workspace design, soft tissue and activity members, back injuries, shifts, skilled labor, mental activity, and regulations in the work environment.
3232 2 This course aims to provide students with an introduction to the concepts, principles, methods, and tools used to inspect industrial products, measure their quality, and assess their compliance with targeted quality levels. The course content includes the following: an introduction and basic concepts of quality, fundamentals of statistics and their applications in quality control, control charts and their uses in quality control, inspection and testing plans, process capability, the concept of quality control costs, total quality control, and reliability.
3233 3 The course "Materials Technology" aims to provide students with the necessary information about the basic industrial materials used locally, their methods of use, and assembly techniques. After completing this course, students will be able to differentiate materials using scientific and correct methods. This course also requires keeping up with technological developments in manufacturing materials by studying the latest materials and advancements that may affect their current and future use.
3234 2 This course provides a general overview and introduction to the methods and processes used in the field of industrial design and in product development. The focus is on the design process in developing physical products, and on conceptualizing and conveying design ideas creatively and efficiently. The course also introduces the perspective of environmental and sustainable design in the design process. By the end of the course, students are expected to present a complete portfolio of a specific product for the purpose of showcasing and marketing it.
3235 2 This course aims to link technical knowledge with practical application, and to introduce students to hand and power tools in carpentry and hand tools in upholstery, and how to use them effectively and correctly. Students will also learn about the materials used in carpentry and upholstery, and understand the principles and techniques of carpentry to become capable of executing some basic skills as a foundation, and preparing them to face more difficult exercises. Additionally, students will learn about the fundamentals of occupational safety to protect themselves and others from hazards, and how to maintain various tools and materials to prevent damage. The course will also foster teamwork through collaborative exercises.
3236 2 This course aims to provide students with a deep understanding of the principles and processes of design thinking, and how to apply its methodology and tools to generate creative ideas and employ these methodologies to build practical and applicable work strategies. It also introduces students to the five stages of the design thinking process and its benefits and framework. Through this interactive approach, students will learn a different approach to solving strategic problems, enabling them to design innovative products in a practical way
3237 2 In this course, students will explore how to work with epoxy resins, as well as how to pour solid objects and encapsulate objects in clear resin. The course will cover different types of mold-making, including one-piece block molds and two-part molds. Students will also learn about traditional and contemporary crafts and produce functional and decorative art objects. They will explore tools and techniques used by many cultures, especially local and regional artisans.
3238 3 The course aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge in practical applications of environmental standards, classification of ecological systems components, available environmental opportunities, and the relationship between natural resources and development. Additionally, it aims to teach students how to evaluate the environmental impact of products and its relationship with sustainable development, taking into consideration the increasing need for sustainable factors and their effects on engineering practices, especially in the industrial environment. The course will focus on presenting two specific methodologies: life cycle assessment and circular economy and recycling. The life cycle assessment methodology is a strict quantitative approach for evaluating the environmental impact, which evaluates the product's effects throughout its life cycle. It has been successfully used in several industries such as packaging, manufacturing, and others.
3239 2 The training aims to provide students with sufficient professional skills and competencies based on practical application to be qualified to enter the job market or continue their studies, and to face the requirements of life and adapt to industrial variables. The field training for the student at work sites during their studies is a requirement sought by the parties concerned with preparing the basic field skills for the student, which is a fundamental requirement of the technical skills required by the job market.
3240 2 This course covers potential hazards in factories and workshops, safety rules in workshops, laboratories, and industrial facilities, protective clothing and equipment and how to use them, describing a safe work climate, transporting hazardous materials, electrical hazards and how to prevent them, handling industrial materials, safety procedures, and how to deal with accidents.
3241 2 The course includes enabling the student to work with specialized computer-aided design programs, and the student acquires the skill of 2D design after completing the course. In addition to that, the course introduces the student to the basic information and concepts related to computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and it enables the student to read the coding system of machines, as well as to write commands on computer numerical control (CNC) machines.
3242 2 Training students on specific skills related to their specialization within university laboratories, as well as through practical training in collaboration with local industries, institutions, and local authorities, under the supervision and monitoring of the faculty.
3243 2 Designing an advanced product using 3D modeling technology. Measuring the impact of designs that focus on materials, manufacturing, product use, and disposal. Project-based learning that includes design intent, material selection, and advanced manufacturing techniques. Practical exercises for designing, developing, and manufacturing products. Understanding how to design 3D models. Applying manufacturing techniques and developing products. Successful modeling. Methodologies and topologies for exporting to printing, tolerance measurement, and manufacturing techniques. Simulating a complete product development cycle in a team-based culminating plan.
3244 3 This course introduces students to the process of cost estimation in industries. Students learn how to estimate the cost of materials, labor, and other expenses for industrial products. They will experience and see how ideas move from paper and print (work documents and specifications) to product manufacturing. Students will become estimators, lead interactive discussions, play roles, and become fully immersed in a cost estimation environment. Students will learn specific aspects of estimation, including quantity surveying, labor and material costs, and final pricing. Students will have the opportunity to work in cost estimating teams and develop original and specialized proposals to apply their newly acquired skills.
3245 Industrial Arts 3 This course provides students with the technical fundamentals of problem solving in manufacturing fields. It includes hands-on activities and practical experiences in using hand tools, materials, basic power and test equipment. Students will be introduced to basic skills in engineering, drafting, and formulation, and will be able to apply design, construction, and participation in student activities to participate in a constantly changing technological community. The course also includes the fundamentals of carpentry and material processing. Students will learn how to operate most basic hand tools as well as some woodworking shop tools. Students will gain confidence in measurement and improve their math skills in measurement and manufacturing.
3246 2 The course aims to provide students with the basic concepts of computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and its fundamental mathematical principles. The topics covered include computer-aided design and manufacturing, engineering modeling, modeling, partial programming, basics of CNC, data exchange, as well as CAD standards. The course teaches the art of making products or services look attractive in the printing and packaging graphics course. Everyone loves to buy goods that are pleasing to the eye. In today's fiercely competitive era, to attract the largest number of consumers, it is essential to make the product look stylish with captivating graphics and win the largest number of likes. Therefore, the course aims to teach students how to create brand images using graphics and other technical tools/software. The course helps to understand the importance of packaging as a branding tool to make it known to the general public, even without seeing its name.
3247 2 The course teaches the art of making products or services look attractive in the printing and packaging graphics course. Everyone loves to buy goods that are pleasing to the eye. In today's fiercely competitive era, to attract the largest number of consumers, it is essential to make the product look stylish with captivating graphics and win the largest number of likes. Therefore, the course aims to teach students how to create brand images using graphics and other technical tools/software. The course helps to understand the importance of packaging as a branding tool to make it known to the general public, even without seeing its name.
3248 2 The course aims to provide students with information on material selection criteria and specifications in practical applications, as well as their structure, microstructure, and types of engineering materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, composite materials, and their uses in industrial applications, corrosion resistance, magnetic, electrical and electronic applications, medical implants, and prosthetic limbs
3249 Graduation Project 2 The goal of the graduation project as a requirement for graduating students is to provide them with an academic opportunity to deepen their understanding of one or more aspects of their specialization and attempt to make a constructive scientific contribution, relying on their academic achievement, self-abilities, and the university's resources such as libraries, laboratories, workshops, teaching staff, and others.

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Course No رقم المساق Course Name اسم المساق Credit hours الساعات المعتمدة Course Description وصف المساق
2003 Studies in Arabic & Islamic Thought 3 The course deals with introducing Islamic culture, its characteristics, and its sources, discussing some contemporary cultural issues, and Islam’s view of them, as well as talking about issues pertaining to the Muslim community such as the educational and moral system, rehabilitation for marital life, and family and community rights in Islam, especially with regard to psychological rehabilitation of those about to get married, as well as the rights and duties of each of the spouses over the other, and talking about important rules to tackle marital problems.
2999 Anti - Corruption "Challenges & Solutions" 3 This course provides in-depth knowledge about the concept of corruption globally and locally, and the complex forms in which it manifests in both official and unofficial institutions. The course also discusses the most important factors that increase the likelihood of the emergence and spread of corruption, whether those related to the structural organization of state institutions, or political and social complexities that affect the functioning of these institutions and weaken their ability to combat this phenomenon. The course also covers the most important strategic plans and internationally recognized approaches to combat corruption, and also identifies the national strategy for combating corruption.