Faculty of Engineering
Year A (Preparation year for general Engineering studies (A level), from October 1971 to June 1972)
Common courses for all departments 
Hours per week 
A  Level 

Subjects, (contents) 
Lecture 
Exercise 
laboratory 
Grades 
Mathematics (sets, analytical mathematics, calculus) 
4 
2 
Distinction 

Mechanics (static & dynamics in 2D) 
4 
2 
Good 

Physics (elastic materials, electrodynamics) 
4 
2 
Distinction 

Chemistry (solutions, cement and Tiers industry) 
2 
1 
Distinction 

Descriptive geometry (projections & intersections of bodies) 
2 
2 
Very Good 

Engineering Drawing (machines, steels, walls) 
1 
5 
Good 

Production Engineering (work shop training) 
1 
2 
Good 

English languish (vocabulary & expressions) 
1 
Pass 

National course 
1 
Good 

Total hours and final grade 
20 
11 
5 
Very Good 
Year 1 (Foundation year for Electrical Engineering Department, from October 1972 to June 1973)
Courses offered for Electrical Engineers 
Hours per week 
Foundation 

Subjects, (contents) 
Lec. 
Exercise 
Lab. 
Grades 
Mathematics (algebra, series, calculus, curvatures) 
4 
2 
Distinction 

Applied Mechanics (dynamic motion in 3D) 
4 
1 
Very Good 

Physics (solid state, fluid mechanics, electromagnetic) 
4 
2 
Distinction 

Electric technology (electrostatic & magnetic, circuits, power, electronics) 
2 
1 
1 
Good 
Theory of Structures (beams, frames, trusses) 
2 
2 
Good 

Engineering Drawing (machines design) 
4 
Pass 

Production Engineering (work shops, tools, design) 
2 
2 
Very Good 

Testing of materials (compression, tension, twisting) 
2 
1 
Good 

National course 
1 
Good 

Total hours and final grade 
21 
10 
6 
Very Good 
Year 2 (Department of Electrical Engineering (one year), from October 1973 to June 1974)
Common courses for communication, computer & power section 
Hours per week 
Elec. Eng. 

Subjects, (contents) 
Lec. 
Tutorial 
Lab. 
Grades 
Mathematics (ODE & Laplace, Fourier series, complex, numerical analysis) 
4 
2 
Distinction 

Electric measurements & instruments (AVO, iron, watt meters) 
2 
1 
Distinction 

Electrophysics (relativity, atom energy, quantum) 
2 
1 
Good 

Circuit theory (resistive network, ac circuit, switches, transfer function) 
2 
2 
1 
Distinction 
Electronics (bulbs/tubes, diodes/transistors, radio/TV circuits) 
2 
1 
1 
Distinction 
Electric machines (energy conversion, dc machines) 
2 
2 
1 
Good 
Theory of machine construction (links, gears, cams) 
2 
1 
Distinction 

Hydraulics & Thermodynamic (pumps, turbines, entropy, chart) 
2 
2 
Very Good 

Metallurgy 
1 
1 
Very Good 

Total hours and final grade 
19 
10 
6 
Distinction 
Year 3 (Department of Electrical Power Engineering (year 1), from October 1974 to June 1975)
Courses offered for Electric power Engineering 
Hours per week 
Power sec. 

Subjects, (contents) 
Lec. 
Tut. 
Lab. 
Grades 
Mathematics (linear algebra, vector calculus, special functions, integral equations) 
4 
1 
Distinction 

Electric measurements & instruments (AVO, speed, torque, encoders, devices) 
2 
1 
1 
Very Good 
Electromagnetism (fields, waves, distributions) 
2 
Good 

High voltage electric materials (ionization, corona, arc, dielectrics) 
2 
1 
Very Good 

Electronics & Communication (Zener Diodes , SCR, BJT, MOSFET and application) 
4 
1 
1 
Distinction 
Electric machines (3phase circuit, transformer, induction, synchronous) 
2 
1 
1 
Distinction 
Power transmission (cables, transmission line, towers, insulations, distributions) 
2 
1 
Very Good 

Heat transfer (reservoir, boilers, thermal energy, enthalpy) 
2 
Very Good 

Computer (software/hardware, Fortran, main frame punch cards) 
2 
1 
Good 

German Languish (vocabulary, expressions) 
1 
Pass 

Total hours and final grade 
23 
5 
5 
Very Good 
Year 4 (Department of Electrical Power Engineering (year 2), from October 1975 to June 1976)
Final year courses in Power Engineering 
Hours per week 
B.Sc power 

Subjects, (contents) 
Lec. 
Tut. 
Lab. 
Grades 
System engineer (metric theory, linear & dynamic programming) 
2 
Good 

Industrial electronics (transducers, transductors, transputers) 
2 
Very Good 

Synthesis (Foster, Cower) 
1 
Very Good 

High voltage electric transmission waves & propagation 
2 
1 
Good 

Control Engineering (block diagram, time, frequency, state space, stability) 
2 
2 
Very Good 

Electric machines (1phase induction, hysteresis, servo, 2axis theory) 
4 
2 
1 
Very Good 
Power system (grids, load flow, short circuit faults, stability) 
2 
2 
Very Good 

Protection, measurements & control (relays, circuit breaker, reliability) 
2 
Pass 

Power stations (gas, steam, hydraulic, nuclear) 
4 
Good 

Projects (1 design of synchronous m/c) (2 survey on the power grid of Egypt) 
2 
6 
Very Good 

Total hours and final grade 
21 
8 
8 
Very Good 
Faculty of Science
Year 3 (Department of Applied Mathematics (year 1), from October 1977 to June 1978)
Courses of year 2 (department of mathematics & statistics (one year)) & year 3 
Hours per week 

One Subject (of year 2) = 2 courses 
Lec. 
Tut. 
Set theory & linear algebra (pure mathematics of year 2) 
2 
1 
Series & sequences and statistics (year 2 course) 
2 
1 
One Subject (of year 3) = 9 courses 

Complex functions (hyperbolic, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, mapping, integration) 
1 
1 
Special functions (error, gamma, beta, polynomials, Bessel) 
1 
1 
Ordinary differential equations & Laplace transform 
2 
1 
Numerical analysis (interpolation, curve fitting, spline, finite element & difference) 
1 
1 
Real analysis (upper & lower bounds, number theory, limits) 
2 

Groups and Topology (pure mathematics) 
2 
1 
Dynamics & Vectors (applied mathematics) 
3 
1 
Hydrodynamics & Electrostatics 
3 

Relativity & Old Quantum 
3 

English Languish (Articles, expressions, translation) 
1 

Total hours 
4 + 19 
2 + 6 
Final grade = Good
Year 4 (Department of Applied Mathematics (year 2), from October 1978 to June 1979)
Final year courses in Applied Mathematics 
Hours per week 

One Subject (of year 4 of the faculty = year 2 of the department) = 12 courses 
Lec. 
Tut. 
Function analysis (pure mathematics) 
2 

Homology theory (completeness, connectedness) 
2 

Measure theory (category, functor) 
2 

Groups (advanced topics) 
1 
1 
Statistics (distributions, forecasting, operation research) 
2 
2 
Partial differential equations (heat, wave, diffusion, Fourier transform) 
2 

Differential geometry (involutes, evolutes, surface functions) 
1 
1 
Elasticity (tensors) 
2 

Statistical mechanics (ensembles) 
2 

Fluid mechanics (vertex, waves, conformal mapping) 
2 
1 
New Quantum mechanics (atomic energy, nuclear, scattering) 
3 

Computer (science, graphs, Basic languish) 
2 
1 
Total hours 
23 
6 
Final grade = Very Good