Intensive English






Writing Skills

The goals of the course include Locating materials for a research topic, using library and internet resources, summarizing articles and books, using quotation and source citation for professional papers, using inductive and deductive reasoning, developing the skills of scientific argumentation, persuasion, evaluation,and criticism needed for a research paper.

ENGL 201

Communication & Presentation Skills

This course helps students learn and practice the skills of interpersonal and professional communication. Psychological, social, cultural, and linguistic aspects of communication are considered. Attention is given to human perceptions, interpersonal dynamics, patterns of inference, the arts of listening and convincing, as well as to the value of verbal and visual symbols.The course also helps

ENGL 202

Selected Topics in Humanities & Arts

A course in any of the fields of Literature, Philosophy, Art, Music, or Sports. (Understanding Art): An investigation into the nature of the visual arts with an emphasis on the issues and ideas that artists explore through their work and how these ideas translate into the artwork. Attention will be given to the interpretation or reading of the artwork and how it may relate to society.
HUMA 103

Introduction to Logic, Critical Thinking

The course is a study of the processes by which the intellect conceptualizes, applies, analyzes, synthesizes, and evaluates the information it gathers from observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, and communication. The course also examines the elements of thought implicitin reasoning, such as assumptions, concepts, conclusions, implications, consequences, and frame of reference. Problems


Introduction to Ethics

The emphasis of the course is on ethical issues and problems that arise in professional and business environments, such as integrity, civic responsibility, ethical conduct and misconduct, employee and corporate rights and responsibilities, and issues concerning social and economic justice in a global economy.

Selected Topics in Egyptian & Arab Heritage

A course highlighting aspects of the extraordinarily rich Ancient Egyptian, Coptic, and Islamic heritage of Egypt.
SSCI 101

Selected Topics in Social Sciences

A course in any of the fields of sociology, economics, education, history, anthropology, psychology, or geography as outlined below: (IntroductiontoPsychology): This is a Critical Thinking Approach to Psychology. Students learn about the key issues in Psychology and the methods that Psychologists use to research these issues and interpret the results. Students also look at Psychology in the News
SSCI 103

General Chemistry

Chemistry theoretical part: In this course, the key features of the general, physical and instrumental chemistry are explained including types of chemical bonds, atomic theory, stoichiometry, chemical equilibrium, chromatography, spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, infrared absorption, nuclear chemistry, provide the fundamentals of the physical phenomena driving chemical reactions and chemical bonds
CHM 101

Organic Chemistry

Theoretical Part: This course is oriented mainly to examining all the essential organic molecules, their nomenclature, and principal reactions. It will also introduce the concepts of stereochemistry and the chemistry in 3d space uncovering the driving forces of the organic reactions. In addition, the nature of the covalent bond will be detailly clarified. Practical Part: The practical course is a
CHM 102


Theoretical Part: This course is mainly addressing the biological molecules of all kinds, their biosynthesis, and their biodegradation. Taking into consideration also the bioprocesses they are involved in with their regulation mechanisms. All molecules shall be introduced, then an overview of bioenergetics in the molecule folding process, after that each molecule type (proteins, carbohydrates
CHM 203


Theoretical Part: This course is concerned with the study of physics laws manifested in biology, how physics properties are measured and how they are used to study, with more depth, the biological phenomena.Practical Part:Testing biophysical methods and techniques. Carrying out experiments with safety factors; using virtual labs are presented dangerous experiments apart from their real
PHY 101


Theoretical Part: Displays a broad spectrum of different theories and concepts of physics from classical physics, Newtonian mechanics-electromagnetism-fluids mechanics -optics, to quantum mechanics, as well as a brief introduction to the relativity principle. Practical Part: This course will put into practice the experiments related to the basic concepts of physics such as the laws of motion
PHY 102

Introductory Biology “for Math major students“

Introduction to Biological systems of plants and animals –Living organisms: Nutrition, Transport, Respiration, Excretion, Sensory Systems, Skeletal systems, Signaling system, Reproduction, Immune functions –Introduction to genetics –Gene Expression.
BIO 101