Faculty of Applied Sciences & Computer

 

This Faculty comprises two departments:

  1. Department of Applied Physics & Mathematics.
  2. Department of Computer Sciences.

Department of Applied Physics & Mathematics

This Department awards the following Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees:

  1. B. Sc. (honors) Degree in Applied Physics & Mathematics.
  2. B. Sc. (honors) Degree in Mathematics & Statistics.

iii. Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Physics (Electronics).

iv. Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Statistics & Mathematics.

 

 

Introduction

The Department started with the inauguration of Omdurman Ahlia University DAU in 1985. It offers courses in Physics, mathematics, Statistics, Electronics, Communications and Computer. Other relevant activities are also included. Students graduate with honors degrees, which enable them to pursue postgraduate studies.

Physics is the most fundamental subject of all experimental sciences as it is concerned with understanding how every thing works. "Everything" covers a wide range of knowledge, from the universe through cosmology, quarks, quantum dynamics and matter at its most microscopic level. The subject is characterized by many direct applications and has considerable impact on our world. Physics has paved the way for all modern technology and is now playing a leading role in nanotechnology as well as pioneering new energy sources for the future.

Mission & Objectives

Our mission is to make this department an effective transmitter of knowledge in physics at all levels and a diligent discoverer of new knowledge through research and innovation and to remain responsive to the needs of our country. In our drive towards further excellence in our program of both education & research we are committed to the following objectives:

 To provide sufficient knowledge and training to graduate efficient specialists with sufficient skills for meeting the demands of our country.

To qualify our graduates to work in different fields of applied physics, as well as assistant researchers and teaching staff.

To review the current physics program in order to launch new ones in theoretical and experimental physics, electronics & instrumentation, applied mathematics, medical physics and renewable energy physics.

To increase the number of students and innovate new teaching methods.

To optimize the use of available computer facilities.

To respond to our country's industrial needs.

To enhance the public image of physics through public Lectures.

Study courses: B. Sc. (Honors) Degree First Year:

Semester 1

Code

courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

UR 111

Arabic Language

30

 

2

UR 112

Islamic Studies

30

 

2

UR 113

Sudanese Studies

30

 

2

UR 114

English Language

30

 

2

AC 115

Chemistry

30

    45

3

AP 116

Mechanics & Heat

30

 

_

4

AM 117

Basic Mathematics

30

 

4

AM 118

Calculus 1

30

 

2

AP 119

Practical Physics

30

     45

1

Total

3OO

      9O

22

First Year: Semester 2

Code

courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

UR 121

Arabic Language

30

 

2

UR 122

Islamic Studies

30

 

2

UR 123

Sudanese Studies

30

 

2

UR 125

English Language

30

 

2

AC 124

Chemistry

30

    45

3

AM 126

Calculus 11

30

 

2

AP 127

Analytical Geometry

30

    45

2

Total

21O

     9O

15

 

Second Year: Semester 1

Code

courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

UR 211

Arabic Language

30

 

2

UR 212

Islamic Studies

30

 

2

UR 213

English Language

30

 

2

AM 214

Basic Stat. & Prob.

30

 

2

AM 215

Introd. To Computer

30

 

3

AM 216

qifferential Equations

60

 

4

AM 217

Calculus 111

30

     45

2

AP 218

Vector Analysis

30

     45

2

AP 219

A.C. Theory

30

 

2

AP 2110

Practical Physics

   

1

Total

300

90

22

 

Second Year: Semester 2

Code

courses

Lecture

Lab..

Credit Hrs.

UR 221

Arabic Language

30

 

2

UR 222

Islamic Studies

30

 

2

UR 223

English Language

        30

 

2

AP 224

Vibrations & Waves

        30

 

2

AP 225

Classical Mechanics

        30

 

2

AM 226

Linear Algebra 1

        60

 

2

AP 227

Optics

        60

 

4

AM 228

Calculus 1V

30

 

2

AP 229

Thermodynamics

30

 

2

AP 2110

Practical Physics

 

45

1

Total

300

45

21

 

Third Year:Semester 1

Code

courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

UR 311

English Language

     30

 

2

AM 312

Stat. & Probability

30

 

2

AP 313

Relativity

30

 

2

AP 314

Intro. To Electronics

45

 

3

AP 315

Atomic Physics

30

 

2

AM 316

Function of Complex

Variables

30

 

2

AM 317

Linear Algebra 11

45

 

3

AP 317

Practical Physics

 

45

1

AP 318

Practical Electronics

 

45

1

Total

240

90

18

 

Third Year: Semester 2

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

UR 312

English Lanquaqe

30

 

2

AP 322

Fluid Mechanics

30

 

2

AP 323

Statistical Mechanics

30

 

2

AP 324

Electromagnetic Theory

30

 

2

AP 325

Nuclear Physics 1

30

 

2

AM 326

Mathematical Methods

60

 

4

AM 327

Numerical Methods

30

 

2

AM 328

C-Lanquage

30

45

3

AP329

Practical Physics

  45

1

AP 3210

Practical Electronics

  45

1

Total

270

135

21

 

Fourth Year: Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

Ap 411

Quantum Mechanics 1

45

 

3

AP 412

Solar Energy

45

 

3

AP 413

Measurement &

Instrumentation 1

30

 

2

AP 414

Circuit Analysis

60

 

4

AP 415

Digital Electronics 1

30

 

2

AP 416

Laser Physics

30

 

2

AP 417

Practical Physics

 

45

1

AP 418

Practical Electronics

 

90

2

Total

240

135

19

 

FourthYear:

Semester 2

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AP 421

Amplifier Circuit

45

 

3

APE 422

Digital Electronics 11

30

 

2

AP 423

Solid State Physics 1

45

 

3

AP 424

Selected Topics

45

 

3

APE 425

Fiber Optic Systems

45

 

3

AM 426

Computational Physics

30

30

2

APE 427

Measurement &

Instrumentation 11

30

 

2

AM 428

Practical Physics

 

45

1

AP 429

Practical Electronics

 

90

2

Total

27O

165

21

 

Fifth Year: Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AP 511

Solid State Physics 11

30

 

2

APE 512

Microwave Theory 1

30

 

2

APE 513

Control Theory 1

30

 

2

AP 514

Artificial Intelligence

30

30

3

APE 515

Telecommunications Analog

45

 

3

AP 516

Project

 

60

2

APE 517

Practical Electronics

 

90

2

Total

165

180

16

 

Fifth Year: Semester 2

CodeCourses

 

Lecture

Lab.

Credit H rs.

AP 521

Microwave Theory 11

30

 

2

APE 522

Control Theory 11

30

 

2

APE 523

Telecommunications Digital

45

 

3

AP 524

Signal Processing

30

 

2

APE 525

Microprocessor

30

 

2

AP 526

Project

 

60

2

APE 527

Practical Electronics

 

90

2

Total

165

150

15

 

Applied Statistics & Mathematics

Fourth Year: Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMS 411

Introduction to Prob. Theory

45

45

4

AMS 412

Operation Researchrch 1

30

30

3

AMS 413

Sampling Techniques

30

30

3

AMS 414

Real Analysis

45

 

3

AMS 415

Business qata Processing

30

 

2

AMS 416

Simulation & Modeling

30

30

3

Total

210

135

15

 

Fourth Year: Semester 2

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMS 421

Mathematical Statistics

45

 

3

AMS 422

Intro. To Stochastic Process

45

 

3

AMS 423

Decision Theory

45

 

3

AMS 424

Probabilistic Methods

45

 

3

AMS 425

Reliability Theory

45

 

3

Total

225

 

15

 

Fifth Year: Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMS 511

Statistical Inference

45

 

3

AMS 512

Statistical Methods

45

 

3

AMS 513

Least Squares & Regression

45

 

3

AMS 514

Operation Research 11

45

 

3

AMS 515

Selected Topicsl

45

 

3

AMS 516

Applied Statistics

 

90

2

AMS 517

Project

 

90

2

Total

225

180

19

 

Fifth Year: Semester  2

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMS 521

Experimental Design

30

30

3

AMS 522

Non-Parametric Statistics

30

30

3

AMS 523

Selected Topics 11

30

30

3

AMS 524

Project

 

60

2

Total

90

150

11

 

Postgraduate Diploma: Applied Physics & Electronics

Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

APDE11

Quantum Mechanics

30

 

2

APDE 12

Microwave Theory 1

30

 

2

APDE 13

Control Theory 1

30

 

2

APDE 14

Artificial Intelligence

30

30

2+1

APDE15

Analog Telecommunications

45

 

3

APDE 16

Signal Processing

30

30

2

APDE 17

Instrumentation

30

30

2

APDE 18

Microprocessor

30

30

2+1

APDE 19

Practical Physics

 

45

1

APDE 110

Practical Electronics

 

45

1

APDE111

Project

 

60

2

Total

255

210

23

 

Semester 2

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

APDE21

Fiber Optics System

30

 

2

APDE22

Microwave Theory 11

30  

2

APDE 23

Control Theory 11

30

 

2

APDE 24

Digital Telecommunications

45

30

3+1

APDE25

Solid State Physics

60

 

4

APDE 26

Laser (Engineering Application)

30

 

2

APDE 27

Project

 

60

2

APDE 28

Practical Physics

 

45

1

APDE 29

Practical Electronics

 

45

1

APDE 20

Selected Topics (Lab. view)

30

   

Total

255

180

20

 

Postgraduate Diploma: Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Semester 1

Code

Courses

Lecture

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMDS 11

Intr. To Probability Theory

45

 

3

AMDS 12

Sampling Techniques

30

30

2+1

AMDS 13

Intr. To Stochastic Process

45

 

3

AMDS 14

Linear Algebra

30

 

2

AMDS 15

Business Data Processing

30

 

2

AMDS 16

Selected Topics (Econometrics)

30

30

2+1

AMDS 17

Project

 

60

2

Total

210

120

18

 

Semester 2

Code

Courses

Lecture re

Lab.

Credit Hrs.

AMDS 21

Mathematic& Statistics

45

 

3

AMDS 22

Statistical Methods

30

30

2+1

AMDS 23

Least Squares & Regression

45

30

2+1

AMDS 24

Probabilistic Methods

30

 

2

AMDS 25

Selected Topics (Econometrics)

30

 

1

AMDS 26

Applied Statistics

30

60

2+2

AMDS 27

Reliability Theory

30

30

2+1

AMDS 28

Project

 

60

2

Total

235

210

21

 

The Academic Staff

Name

Position

Academic Qualifications

Dr. Abd Alla Sid Ahmed

Dean,

 

B.Sc., of Ed. (Math & Phys.),U. of K.,

1976.

M.Sc., (Phys.), U. of K., 1980.

Ph.D., (Phys.), U. of Nottingham,

1985

Sara Abdulla Abdel

Rahman Nugdalla

Assoc.

Prof.

B.Sc., Math, Cairo U. K. Branch.

M.Sc., Math. U. of K.

Prof. Mohammed

Osman Sid Ahmed

Prof.

B.Sc., Physics, U. of Reading 1969.

M.Sc., Physics, U. of Reading 1970.

Ph.D., Physics, U. of Reading 1981.

Mohammed Ahmed

Idris

Assoc.

Prof.

B.Sc., (ELect. Eng.), U.of K., 1967.

M.Sc., (Phys.), U. qf K., 1982.

Certificate in Radar Eng., USSR, 1971.

Dr. Osman Ibrahim

Dawi

Assoc.

Prof.

B.Sc., Moscow State U., 1970.

M.Sc., London U., 1973.

Ph.D., London U., 1978.

Dr. Abdel Fatah

Abdel Muti

Assoc.

Prof.

B.Sc., (Math), U of K, 1974.

M.Sc., (Stat.), U of K, 1977.

Ph.D., OR & Stat., North Carolina,

USA, 1987.

Dr. Arbab Ibrahim

Arbab

Assist.

Prof.

B.Sc., (Phys.), U. of K., 1989.

Dip, T.C.I.P. Italy, 1992.

Ph.D. U. of K., 1997.

 

Slah El Din .M.E.

Prof.

M.Sc. (Math.), Bagad U. 2001.

Ph. D. (Math.), El-Neelain U.,2008.

Nader Wilyem

H. Dept.

B.Sc., (Phys. & Math.), O.A.U., 1994.

Amin

Lecturer

M.Sc., (Math.), Baqhdad, 2001.

Mohammed Zaki

Nagm Aldin

 Lecturer

B.Sc., (Phys. & Math.), O.A.U., 1994.

M.Sc., (Phys.), U. of K., 2003.

Lako Wani Lado

Lecturer

B.Sc., (Phys. & Math), O.A.U., 1996.

M.Sc., (Phys.), Juba, 2005

Bushra Mohammed omer

 Lecturer

B.Sc., (Phys. & Math), O.A.U., 2000.

M.Sc., (Phys.), U. of K., 2005.

Hosam Abdalla

 

B.Sc., (Phys. & Math), O.A.U., 2000.

AIjak

Lecturer

M.Sc., (Phys.), Sudan U., 2005.

Husham

 

B.Sc., (Stat. & Comp. Scie.), U of

Mohammed

Lecturer

K,2000.

Abdalla

 

M.Sc., (Stat..), U. of K., 2005.

Ishtiaq Kama! Eldin

 

B.Sc., (Stat. & Comp. Sc.), U. of K.,

Sati

Lecturer

2003.

M.Sc., (Stat.), U. of K., 2005.

 

Students: Undergraduates

Academic

Year

Males

Females

Total

2007/2008

21

24

45

2006/2007

11

15

26

2005/2006

06

06

12

2004/2005

06

04

10

2003/2004

07

15

22

Total

51

64

115

 

Computer Science Department

The computer centre was started after the inauguration of Omdurman Ahlia College in 1988 .The computer department was established in 1996 with the upgrading of Omdurman Ahlia University.

It offers one program: B.Sc. in computer science is awarded to students after successfully completing four years of study in the major area of software.

Mission and Objectives

The mission of the Computer Science Department is:

To prepare students for careers as software Professionals

To prepare students for graduate studies in Computer Science or Software Engineering related disciplines.

The department has well-prepared Laboratories equipped with the latest technological innovations to fulfill its mission and objectives.

Objectives of the B.Sc. Program in Computer Science:

Objective 1: Students will be able to analyze, design, develop, document, and test software using cutting edge techniques and methodologies.

This enhances students' ability to:

Write programs utilizing modern software tools

Apply object oriented programming principles effectively when developing small to medium sized projects

Write effective procedural code to solve small to medium-sized problems

Write software that manages system resources

 

Objective 2: Students will understand the fundamentals of computer architecture and computing theory.

This leads to the following outcomes; students will be able to :

Translate simple C/C++ code to assembly language.

Understand/extend simple CPU implementation.

Write software that manages system resources .

Apply a variety of fundamental algorithm design techniques to computational problems.

Assess relative time and space complexities of algorithmic solutions and find the sources of possible improvement.

 

Objective 3: Students will be able to solve problems working in group settings.

This leads to the following outcomes; students will demonstrate:

Knowledge of basic SW engineering methods and practices and their appropriate application.

Knowledge and application of collaborative tools for SW development.

Successful implementation of teamwork behavior and policies in a large class project.

 

Objective 4: Students will demonstrate the ability to give presentations and write technical reports.

This leads to the following outcomes; students will:
Demonstrate adequate oral presentation delivery.

Provide adequate oral presentation content.

Observe presentation time limitations.

Provide adequate written technical content.

Demonstrate adequate written organization.

Observe good practice with regard to spelling and grammar.

 

Objective 5: Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of social and ethical issues related to the Profession. This leads to the following outcomes; students will:

Understand privacy issues for personal data.

Understand and appropriately apply copyright, licensing and digital rights management policies.

 

Computer Science Courses:

The numbers of hours per week for the subjects during the four year courses are as follows:

First Year : Semester 1

Code

Course

Cr. H rs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

HS001

Arabic Language I

2

2

-

-

HS002

English Language I

2

2

-

-

HS003

Islamic Studies I

2

2

-

-

HS004

Sudanese Studies I

2

2

-

-

MH001

Discrete Mathematics I

4

3

2

-

PH001

Physics I

3

2

-

3

MAOO2

Calculus I

4

3

2

-

CS101

Introduction to Computer Science

4

2

-

6

Total

23

18

4

9

 

First Year: Semester 2

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

HS005

Arabic Language II

2

2

-

-

HS006

English Language II

2

2

-

-

HS007

Islamic Studies II

2

2

-

-

HS008

Sudanese Studies II

2

2

-

-

MHOO2

Discrete Mathematics II

4

3

2

-

PH002

Physics II

3

2

-

3

CS102

Computer Application

3

2

-

3

CS103

Programming Language I

4

2

2

3

Total

22

17

4

9

 

Second Year: Semester 3

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lect.

Tut.

Lab.

HS009

Arabic Language III

2

2

-

-

HSO10

English Language III

2

2

-

-

HS011

Islamic Studies III

2

2

-

-

MH004

Calculus II

3

2

2

-

CS104

Data Structures I

4

2

2

3

EG001

Fund. of Electrical & Electronics

3

2

-

2

CS106

File Management

3

2

-

2

MA005

Statistic & Probability

3

2

2

-

CS107

Programming Language II

4

2

2

3

Total

 

26

18

8

10

Second Year: Semester 4

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lect.

Tut.

Lab

MA006

Linear Algebra

3

2

2

-

MA007

Differential Equations

3

2

2

-

EGO02

Digital System Design

3

2

-

3

CS108

Database Concepts

3

2

-

3

CS105

Data Structures II

3

2

-

3

CS109

System Analysis & Design

4

2

2

3

MS001

Fundamentals Of ACC.

3

2

-

2

HS012

English Language IV

2

-

-

-

CS109

Ethical & Profession Issues

2

2

-

-

Total

26

16

6

14

 

Third Year: Semester 5

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

CS111

Computer Architecture

3

2

2

-

CS112

Algorithm Analysis & Desi.

3

2

2

-

CS113

Object Oriented Program

3

2

-

3

CS115

Computer Graphics

3

2

-

3

CS116

Human Comp. Interaction

2

2

-

-

CS114

Database Mgt. System I

4

2

2

3

HSO13

English Language V

2

2

-

-

Total

20

14

6

9

 

Third Year: Semester 6

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

EG003

Microprocessors & Assembly Lang.

3

2

-

2

CS117

Internet Technology I

3

2

-

3

CS118

Operating Systems I

3

2

-

3

CS119

Simulation & Modeling

3

2

-

2

CS120

Communication & Networks

4

2

2

3

MS002

qperational Research

3

2

-

2

HS008

Numerical Methods

3

2

-

2

Total

22

14

2

17

 Fourth Year: Semester 7

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

CS121

Software Engineering

3

2

-

3

CS122

Artificial Intelligence

3

2

-

3

CS123

qperating Systems II

3

2

-

3

CSxxx

Optional 1

3

2

 

3

CSx~ac

Optional 2

3

2

 

3

CSxixx

Optional 3

3

2

-

3

Tota l

 

18

12

-

18

 Fourth Year: Semester 8

Code

Course

Cr. Hrs.

Lecture

Tut.

Lab.

CS125

Programming Languages Concepts

2

2

-

-

CS124

Compiler Design

3

2

-

3

MSOO3

Research Methodology

2

2

-

-

CSxxx

Optional 4

3

2

 

3

CSxxx

Optional 5

3

2

 

3

CS127

Project

3

-

-

9

Total

16

10

-

18

Total credit hrs. =174

 

Final Year Optional Courses: Five out of the following: -

CS128

Distributed Systems

CS129

Internet Technology II

CS130

Intelligent Systems

S131

Information Security

C5132

Network Administration & Programming

CS133

System Programming

 

The Academic Staff

Name

Position

Academic Qualifications

Mona Omer Abdalla

Elbanna

Head of

Department,

Lecturer

B.Sc., Computer Sciences

Omdurman Ahlia University (2001).

M.Sc., Computer Sciences University of Gezira (2004).

Mubarak Elamin

Elmubarak

Lecturer

B.Sc., Computer Sciences Omdurman Ahlia University (1999).

M.Sc., Computer Sciences University of Gezira (2003).

Bushra Mohammed Elamin Elnaim

Lecturer

B.Sc., Computer Sciences Omdurman Ahlia University (2002).

M.Sc., Computer Sciences University of Gezira (2005).

Talaat Mohyeldin

Wahby

Lecturer

B.Sc., Computer Sciences International University of Africa (1998)

M.Sc., Computer Sciences Khartoum University (2001)

Ahmed Mohammed

Elsawi

Lecturer

• B.Sc., Computer Sciences

Computer Man College (2000).

• M.Sc., Computer Sciences

Khartoum University (2001).

 

Faculty Reuistrar

Name

Position

Academic Qualifications

Nagwa Abd

Elhameed El Fadil

Registrar

• B.sc., Physiology, Qarunis

University, Libya.

• M.A., Philosophy, El Neelain

University.

 

Students

Batch

No. of female

students

No. of male

students

Total No.

1st.year

(2007/2008)

26

55

81

1st..Year

(2006/2007)

27

60

87

2'd.Year

(2005/2006)

14

31

45

3rd.year

(2004/2005)

19

36

55

4th.Year

(2003/2004)

16

39

55

Total

102

221

323

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