Our foundation program aims to strengthen students understanding of science, increment their grasp over the content by concrete problems and experiments, and prepare them through early exposure to more complex subjects.
Students are trained in Mathematics and Physics, starting from basics up to more complex courses which constitute the necessary requirements for future engineers.
By the end of this course, students would be able to explain theorems and solve
problems in the following:
- In Physics:
- Describing motion in one, two and three dimensions while understanding the difference between kinematics and dynamics and applying these concepts to Newton’s laws.
- Describing motion in circular paths, while expressing the theory through the motion of bodies, satellites, planets around stars.
- Definition of Work& Energy through dissipative and non-dissipative forces.
- Linear Momentum and collisions, and defining the difference center of mass and gravity.
- Rotational Motion and torques.
- Elasticity and Fracture, how are beams and bodies able to withstand large amount of pressure without breaking.
- Fluids and their dynamics, defining how flows behave around a body serving as an introduction to Aerodynamics.
- Oscillations and Waves, in which we will describe the motion of light, waves and their behavior through mediums.
- Sound and its dynamics.
- Temperature and kinetic theory of gases while describing the three laws governing this field.
- Heat and the Laws of Thermodyanmics.
- Electric Field, Potential and Electrical Current, while understanding different Circuits and concept of Magnetism.
- Electromagnetism and Waves.
- Optics and Nature of Light while talking about Optical instrument.
- Atomic theory and an Introduction to Quantum Mechanics.
- Astrophysics and Cosmology.
- Polynomial and Rational Functions.
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions.
- Trigonometric Functions: Unit Circle Approach.
- Trigonometric Functions: Right Triangle Approach.
- Analytic Trigonometry.
- Polar Coordinates and Parametric Equations.
- Vectors in Two and Three Dimensions.
- Systems of Equations and Inequalities.
- Conic Sections.
- Sequences and Series.
- Limits: A Preview of Calculus.
- Technical English.
- Measurement and Materials Technology.
- Design and Technical Development.
- Manufacturing and Components.
- Identifying Problems.
- Personal Skills.
- Developing Interpersonal Intelligence.
- Expressing Ideas Freely.
- Public Speaking Skills and Techniques.
- Effective Thinking.
- Dealing With people and Social Interaction.
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