The Software Engineering curriculum is composed of 134 Credit Hours (CRHs) divided as follows.

  1. General Education Requirements (47 CRHs)
    1. Mathematics & Statistics (15 CRHs)
    2. Basic Sciences (12 CRHs)
    3. Humanities (20 CRHs)
  1. Core Requirements (87 CRHs)
    1. Software Engineering Courses (70 CRHs)
    2. College of Engineering Courses (8 CRHs)
    3. Technical Electives (9 CRHs)
    4. Summer Internship (0 CRHs)

I. General Education Requirements (47 CRHs)

1. Mathematics & Statistics (15 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total- CRHs Lect Lab Tut
MAT 101 Calculus I 3 3 0 0    
MAT 112 Calculus II 3 3 0 0 MAT 101  
MAT 212 Linear Algebra 3 3 0 0 MAT 112  
MAT 213 Differential Equations 3 3 0 0 MAT 112 MAT 112
MAT 224 Numerical Methods 3 3 0 0 MAT 212, CSC112 or Equivalent  
STA 212 Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3 3 0 0 MAT 112  
2. Basic Sciences (12 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total- CRHs Lect Lab Tut
CHM 102 Introduction to Chemistry 3 3 0 1    
CHM 102 L Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1 0 2 0   CHEM 102
PHU 103 Mechanics and Waves for Engineers 3 3 0 1   MAT 101
PHU 103 L Mechanics and Waves for Engineers Lab 1 0 2 0   PHU 103
PHU 124 Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers 3 3 0 1 PHU 103 & MAT101  
PHU 124 L Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers Lab 1 0 2 0 PHU 103 & MAT101 PHU 124
3. Humanities (20 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total-CRHs Lect Lab Tut
ENG 101 Freshman English I 3 3 0 0    
ENG 112 Freshman English II 3 3 0 0 ENG 101  
ENG 222 Technical Writing 3 3 0 0 ENG 112  
PHL 101 Engineering Ethics 3 3 0 0    
ISL 101 Islamic Studies I 2 2 0 0    
ISL 112 Islamic Studies II 2 2 0 0 ISL 101  
ARB 101 Arabic Language andLiterature I 2 2 0 0    
ARB 112 Arabic Language andLiterature II 2 2 0 0 ARB 101  

II. Core Requirements (87 CRHs)

1. Software Engineering Courses (70 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total-CRHs Lect Lab Tut
SE 100 Programming for Engineers 3 3 0 1    
SE 100L Programming for Engineers Lab 1 0 2 0   SE 100
SE 120 Object-Oriented Programming 3 3 0 1 SE 100  
SE 120L Object-Oriented Programming Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 100 SE 120
SE 201 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 3 0 0 SE 120  
SE 201 L Introduction to Software Engineering Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 120 SE 201
SE 212 Discrete Structures for Software Engineers 3 3 0 0 SE 120  
SE 214 Algorithms and Data Structures 3 3 0 0 SE 120  
SE 214 L Algorithms and DataStructures Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 120 SE 214
SE 217 Software and Society 3 3 0 0    
SE 221 Software Requirementsand Design 3 3 0 0 SE 201 & SE 214  
SE 221L Software Requirementsand Design Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 201 & SE 214 SE 221
SE 223 Digital Logic Design 3 3 0 0 PHU 124  
SE 223 L Digital Logic Design Lab 1 0 2 0 PHU 124 SE 223
SE 312 Database ManagementSystems 3 3 0 0 SE 214  
SE 312L Database Management Systems Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 214  
SE 323 Software Project andProcess Management 3 3 0 0 SE 221  
SE 324 Web ApplicationDevelopment 3 3 0 0 SE 312  
SE 324 L Web ApplicationDevelopment Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 312 SE 324
SE 327 Embedded Systems 3 3 0 0 SE 314  
SE 329 Human-ComputerInterface Design 3 3 0 0 SE 221  
SE 410 Software Architecture 3 3 0 0 SE 221  
SE 412 Software Testing andQuality Assurance 3 3 0 0 SE 221  
SE 415 Professional Practice andSoftware Documentation 3 3 0 0 SE 412  
SE 416 Mobile ApplicationDevelopment 3 3 0 0 SE 221 & SE 312  
SE 416 L Mobile ApplicationDevelopment Lab 1 0 2 0 SE 221 & SE 312 SE 416
SE 421 Software Maintenance,Configuration Management and Evolution 3 3 0 0 SE 412  
SE 490 Software EngineeringCapstone Project I 2 1 3 0 101 CRHspassed  
SE 491 Software EngineeringCapstone Project II 2 1 3 0 SE 490  
2. College of Engineering Courses (8 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total-CRHs Lect Lab Tut
EE 305 Computer Networks 3 3 0 0 SE 100  
EE 305 L Computer NetworksLab 1 0 2 0   SE 100
IE 307 Computer Architecture 3 3 0 0 SE 100 & (SE223 orEE 210)  
EE 307 L Computer ArchitectureLab 1 0 2 0 SE 100 & (SE223 orEE 210) EE 307
3. Technical Electives (9 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
Total-CRHs Lect Lab Tut
SE 440 Special Topics inSoftware Engineering 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 441 TelecommunicationsSoftware Design 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 442 Social Networks for Software Engineers 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 443 Cloud Computing for Software Engineers 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 444 Artificial Intelligence 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 445 Information andSoftware Security 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
SE 440 Special Topics inSoftware Engineering 3 3 0 0 101 CRHsPassed  
4. Summer Internship (0 CRHs)
Course Code Course-Title Credit Hours (CRHs) Pre-Requisite Course Code Co-Requisite Course Code
SE 390 Software EngineeringSummer Internship 0 101 CRHs passed and department approval  

Each course below follows the following format: Course code, Course Title, and Course Credit Hours (Lecture contact hours – Lab contact hours – Tutorial contact hours)

1st Year
Fall Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ENG 101 Freshman English I 3 (3-0-0)
MAT 101 Calculus I 3 (3-0-2)
PHU 103 Mechanics and Waves for Engineers 3 (3-0-1)
PHU 103 L Mechanics and Waves for Engineers Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 100 Programming for Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
SE 100 L Programming for Engineers Lab 1 (0-2-0)
CHM 102 Introduction to Chemistry 3 (3-0-1)
CHM 102 L Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Total 18
Spring Course Code Course-Title CRHs
PHL 101A Engineering Ethics 3 (3-0-0)
ENG 112 Freshman English II 3 (3-0-0)
MAT 112 Calculus II 3 (3-0-2)
PHU 124 Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers 3 (3-0-1)
PHU 124 L Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 120 Object-Oriented Programming 3 (3-0-0)
SE 120 L Object-Oriented Programming Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Total 17
2nd Year
Fall Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ENG 222 Technical Writing 3 (3-0-0)
MAT 212 Linear Algebra 3 (3-0-0)
SE 201 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 (3-0-0)
SE 201 L Introduction to Software Engineering Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 212 Discrete Structures for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
SE 214 Algorithms and Data Structures 3 (3-0-0)
SE 214 L Algorithms and Data Structures Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Total 17
Spring Course Code Course-Title CRHs
MAT 224 Numerical Methods 3 (3-0-0)
STA 212 Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
SE 217 Software and Society 3 (3-0-0)
SE 221 Software Requirements and Design 3 (3-0-0)
SE 221 L Software Requirements and Design Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 223 Digital Logic Design 3 (3-0-0)
SE 223 L Digital Logic Design Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Total 17
3rd Year
Fall Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ISL 101 Islamic Studies I 2 (2-0-0)
EE 305 Computer Networks 3 (3-0-0)
EE 305 L Computer Networks Lab 1 (0-2-0)
EE 307 Computer Architecture 3 (3-0-0)
EE 307 L Computer Architecture Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 312 Database Management Systems 3 (3-0-0)
SE 312 L Database Management Systems Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 314 Operating Systems 3 (3-0-0)
Total 17
Spring Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ARB 101 Arabic Language and Literature I 2 (2-0-0)
SE 323 Software Project and Process Management 3 (3-0-0)
SE 324 Web Application Development 3 (3-0-0)
SE 324 L Web Application Development Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 327 Embedded Systems 3 (3-0-0)
SE 329 Human-Computer Interface Design 3 (3-0-0)
Total 15
Summer
Course Code Course-Title CRHs
SE 390 Software Engineering Summer Internship 0
Total 0
4th Year
Fall Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ISL 112 Islamic Studies II 2 (2-0-0)
SE 410 Software Architecture 3 (3-0-0)
SE 412 Software Testing and Quality Assurance 3 (3-0-0)
SE 416 Mobile Application Development 3 (3-0-0)
SE 416 L Mobile Application Development Lab 1 (0-2-0)
SE 44* Technical Elective 3 (3-0-0)
SE 490 Software Engineering Capstone Project I 2 (1-3-0)
Total 17
Spring Course Code Course-Title CRHs
ARB 112 Arabic Language and Literature II 2 (2-0-0)
SE 415 Professional Practice and Software Documentation 3 (3-0-0)
SE 421 Software Maintenance, Configuration Management and Evolution 3 (3-0-0)
SE 44* Technical Elective 3 (3-0-0)
SE 44* Technical Elective 3 (3-0-0)
SE 491 Software Engineering Capstone Project II 2 (1-3-0)
Total 16
Course Code Course Name CRHs Pre-Requisite Course Code
SE 435 Undergraduate Research in Software Engineering 3(0-6-0) Department chair approval. A GPA of at least 3.0/4.0, and a signed research contract
SE 440 Special Topics in Software Engineering 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 441 Telecommunications Software Design 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 442 Social Networks for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 443 Cloud Computing for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 444 Artificial Intelligence 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 445 Information and Software Security 3 (3-0-0) 101 CRHs Passed
SE 120 Object-Oriented Programming 3 (3-0-0)
Advanced object-oriented programming; inheritance; polymorphism; abstract classes and interfaces, container and collection classes, packages, object-oriented design, software modeling, event-driven programming. Design and implement simple GUI applications. Write simple multithreaded applications. Use API in writing applications.
Pre-requisites: SE:100 Co-requisites: None
SE 120 L Object-Oriented Programming Lab 1 (0-2-0) 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with advanced Object Oriented Programming.
Pre-requisites: SE 100 Co-requisites: SE 120
SE 201 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 (3-0-0)
Introduction to Software Engineering through programming with particular focus on the fundamentals of computing & programming, using an exploratory problem-based approach. Building abstractions with procedures, data & objects; data modeling; designing, coding & debugging programs of increasing complexity. Introduction to life cycle models from requirements specification, design, construction, testing and deployment. Software engineering standards. Code of ethics for software engineers.
Pre-requisites: SE 120 Co-requisites: None
SE 201 L Introduction to Software Engineering Lab 1 (0-2-0) 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with fundamental concepts in software engineering.
Pre-requisites: SE 120 Co-requisites: SE 201
SE 212 Discrete Structures for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
Logic, sets and functions, algorithms, mathematical reasoning, counting, relations, graphs, trees, Boolean Algebra, computation, modeling..
Pre-requisites: SE 120 Co-requisites: None
SE 214 Algorithms and Data Structures 3 (3-0-0)
Survey of important computer algorithms and related data structures used in object-oriented software engineering. Design, performance analysis and implementation of such algorithms, stressing their practical use and performance certification of large software applications. Understand how to "seal" designs to guarantee performance goals and insure that all error conditions are caught.
Pre-requisites: SE:120 Co-requisites: None
SE 210 L Algorithms and Data Structures Lab 1 (0-2-0) 3 (3-0-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with algorithms and data structures.
Pre-requisites: SE 120 Co-requisites: SE 120
SE 217 Software and Society 3 (3-0-0)
The significant role played by technology in our time and the resulting tensions between software technology and society are often viewed as defining aspects of modernity. This course will be to explore the extent to which interactions between software technology and society have always been central and to consider the extent to which many of today's debates concerning that relationship have been prefigured in earlier cultures.
Pre-requisites: None: Co-requisites: None
SE 221 Software Requirements and Design 3 (3-0-0)
Requirements includes a feasibility study of the desired systems, elicitations and analysis of user’s needs, the creation of a precise description of what the system should and should not do along with any constraints on its operation and implementation, and the validation of this specification by the users. Non-functional requirements. Requirements engineering and management. Requirements validation.
Pre-requisites: SE 201 & SE 214 Co-requisites: None
SE 221 L Software Requirements and Design Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with software requirements and design.
Pre-requisites: SE 201 & SE 214 Co-requisites: SE 221
SE 223 Digital Logic Design 3 (3-0-0)
Introduction to numbering systems and Boolean algebra. Manipulation and minimization of completely and incompletely specified Boolean functions. Physical properties of gates: fan-in, fan- out, propagation delay, timing diagrams and tri-state drivers. Combinational circuits design using multiplexers, decoders, comparators and adders. Basic sequential circuits. Latches and flip-flops. Analysis and design of simple sequential circuits. Registers and counters. Implementation of digital circuits.
Pre-requisites: PHU 124 Co-requisites: None
SE 223 L Digital Logic Design Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Pre-requisites: PHU 124 Co-requisites: SE 223
SE 312 Database Management Systems 3 (3-0-0)
The focus is to teach database fundamentals required in the development and evolution of most software applications by providing a basic introduction to the principles of relational database management systems such as Entity-Relationship approach to data modeling, relational model of database management systems and the use of query languages.
Pre-requisites: SE 214 Co-requisites: None
SE 312 L Database Management Systems Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with database management systems.
Pre-requisites: SE 214 Co-requisites: SE 312
SE 314 Operating Systems 3 (3-0-0)
Theory and construction of operating systems, including real-time and embedded systems aspect from an engineering point of view, stressing performance measurement and metrics. Quality of Service issues leading to certification that an operating system will satisfy hard real-time constraints.
Pre-requisites: SE 214 Co-requisites: None
SE 323 Software Project and Process Management 3 (3-0-0)
Project Management and Software Process life cycles. Includes detailed analysis of components of each process. Metrics, tools and related standards associated with those components. Integration into a complete software plan. Capability maturity model. Software estimation techniques.
Pre-requisites: SE 221 Co-requisites: None
SE 324 Web Application Development 3 (3-0-0)
The course focuses on learning fundamentals of Web-based programming techniques, Web application development and client-server database integration. It provides in-depth coverage of introductory programming principles, various markup languages (e.g., XHTML, Dynamic HTML and XML), several scripting languages (e.g., JavaScript, PHP, Ruby/Ruby on Rails and Perl), Ajax, Web services, Web servers (e.g., IIS and Apache) and relational databases (e.g., MySQL/Apache Derby/Java DB)
Pre-requisites: SE 312 Co-requisites: None
SE 324 L Web Application Development Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with web application development.
Pre-requisites: SE 312 Co-requisites: SE 324
SE 327 Embedded Systems 3 (3-0-0)
The course explains the concept of real-time system and why such systems are usually implemented as concurrent processes. The course describes the process for real-time systems, and overviews the role of a real-time OS. It introduces the generic process architectures for monitoring and control and data acquisition systems.
Pre-requisites: SE 314 Co-requisites: None
SE 329 Human-Computer Interface Design 3 (3-0-0)
Introduction to human-computer interaction. User interface design and architectures. Evaluation of user interfaces. Design of user interface components including windows, menus, and commands. Usability engineering. Task analysis, user-centered design, and prototyping. Conceptual models and metaphors. Software design rationale. Voice and natural language I/O. Response time and feedback. Color, icons, and sound.
Pre-requisites: SE 221 Co-requisites: None
SE 390 Software Engineering Summer Internship (0 CRHs)
An internship it is an important aspect of Software Engineering curriculum that provides the student with hands-on experience and a good sense of what an actual job in an organization will be like. Students are required to join an IT department in a government or private organization for a summer period of at least 8 weeks in the last summer prior to student graduation. Students should be able to relate the internship experience to the knowledge that he or she has gained through the Software Engineering program courses.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed and department approval Co-requisites: None
SE 410 Software Architecture 3 (3-0-0)
The course gives students an understanding of the concept of software architecture and how this phase in the development between requirement specification and detailed design plays a central role for the success of a software system. The students will get knowledge of some well-known architecture patterns, and be able to design, construct and evaluate architectures for software systems. In addition, the students should get some understanding of how the developers’ experiences and the technical and organizational environment will influence on the choice of architecture.
Pre-requisites: SE 212 Co-requisites: None
SE 412 Software Testing and Quality Assurance 3 (3-0-0)
The course focuses on software verification and validation throughout the software life cycle, including reviews (inspections and walkthroughs), testing techniques (functional and structural – black box and white box), levels of testing (unit, integration, system, and acceptance), and testing tools (static and dynamic). Testing and quality assurance standards.
Pre-requisites: SE 221 Co-requisites: None
SE 415 Professional Practice and Software Documentation 3 (3-0-0)
This course consists of two parts. The first part provides students with an awareness of the professional practice they will encounter in private and public organizations. The course introduces topics of communication, professional ethics, professional judgment, and social intelligence. The second part covers an overview of the methods and practices that software engineering professionals use to create software documentation. This part is concerned with questions about the suitability of documentation, its content, format, and interaction style
Pre-requisites: SE 221 and SE 312 Co-requisites: None
SE 416 L Mobile Application Development Lab 1 (0-2-0)
Laboratory experiments dealing with mobile application development
Pre-requisites: SE 221 and SE 312 Co-requisites: SE 416
SE 421 Software Maintenance, Configuration Management and Evolution 3 (3-0-0)
Software Maintenance, Configuration Management and Evolution 3 (3-0-0) Software quality issues, defect detection and prevention, reliability engineering, examination of maintenance issues, configuration management. Software evolution issues, planning for evolution.
Pre-requisites: SE 412 Co-requisites: None
SE 490 Software Engineering Capstone Project I - 2 (1-3-0)
This course is the first part of a two-semester senior-year capstone project. It is intended to complement the theory and to provide an in-depth, hands-on experience in all aspects of software engineering. The students will work in teams on projects of interest to IT sector and will be involved in analysis of requirements, architecture and design, implementation, testing and validation, project management, software process, software maintenance, and software re-engineering. In this part students give project plan, provide software requirement specification document and develop software high-level design.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 491 Software Engineering Capstone Project II 2 (1-3-0)
This is the second part of the capstone project started in SE 490 course. In this part, students provide software low-level design produced in SE 490, implement the design, test their code, and manage and evaluate their final product. Student teams must deliver the code, a final report and a do a presentation and demonstration for their implemented software.
Pre-requisites: SE 490 Co-requisites: None

Elective Courses

SE 435: Undergraduate Research in Software Engineering 3 (0-6-0)
Students participate in supervised research with a faculty member. Supervised research can be: 1) independent research undertaken by the student (thesis, independent study), or 2) assistance on a faculty member’s research project. Students must find a faculty member who is willing to supervise him/her as an assistant on an existing project or as the author of an individual project. The student and the faculty supervisor will complete and sign a research contract which will be turned in to the chair of the Electrical and Software Engineering Department. Drafting the contract will allow the student to develop ideas about what should be accomplished and what the faculty supervisor’s expectations are. All academic requirements are at the discretion of the supervising faculty member. Students should agree on a plan for the semester with the faculty mentor before the research begins. The plan should include academic requirements, the basis for grading the experience, and a plan for student/professor meetings for the semester. It is the student’s responsibility to report progress and seek guidance when needed. Students are expected to be active and reliable participants in the research experience.
Pre-requisites: GPA of at least 3.0/4.0, signed research contract, and consent of the departmental chair. Co-requisites: None
SE 440 Special Topics in Software Engineering 3 (3-0-0)
This course provides instruction and experience in timely topics related to the design and development of quality-engineered software.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 441: Telecommunications Software Design 3 (3-0-0)
Formal models for telecommunications software design and analysis. Protocol specification, design and validation. Protocol verification and testing. Conformance testing. Protocol synthesis. Protocol conversion.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 442 Social Networks for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
Student will learn the fundamental interface, systems, and algorithms concepts in designing social software. The case-based syllabus will cover insights from both research and industry. As a student, the student will contribute to this burgeoning field through a quarter-long, team-based project. Students are required to enter the class with an initial project idea.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 443 Cloud Computing for Software Engineers 3 (3-0-0)
This course will leverages the World Wide Web to fulfill computing needs. It packages applications, computing power, and storage as a metered service similar to a utility. This model is designed to supplant the traditional mechanism of desktop computing in many cases. This course will cover the origin, theory, enabling technology, and hands-on labs for key concepts in cloud computing.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 444 Artificial Intelligence 3 (3-0-0)
This course aims in developing computer applications, which encompasses perception, reasoning and learning and to provide an in-depth understanding of major techniques used to simulate intelligence.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None
SE 445 Information and Software Security 3 (3-0-0)
This course provides an introduction to the topic of security in the context of computer networks. The goals are to provide students with a foundation allowing them to identify, analyze, and solve network-related security problems in information systems with the emphasis on the engineering aspects of information security and software security issues.
Pre-requisites: 101 credit hours passed Co-requisites: None

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