Course name
:
Chemistry (1)
Course No.
:
1011.03
Lab
Course No.
:
1011
Faculty
:
Dr. Alfred Khodaverdian
Email
:
Dr.alfred@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Charles E. Mortimer, Chemistry 1
Assessment:
Final
Exam 90 %
Attendance 5 %
Assignments 5 %
Students can contact me in case of any doubts, difficulties
and queries.
COURSE OUTLINE:

The history of chemistry, certain chemical terms, the
metric system, significant figures and calculation
method.

An introduction to atomic theory is presented to offer a
firm base for the introduction of stoichiometry, which
is central to an understanding of all chemical concepts.

Usage of energy concepts in treatments of chemicals.

Understanding of the electronic structure of atoms
leading to the consideration of chemical bondings.

A basic presentation of the covalent bond, resonance and
molecular geometry, hybridization and molecular orbitals.

The discussion of reversible reactions and chemical
equilibrium.
TOPICS:

The
development of chemistry

Introduction to atomic theory

Introduction to atomic theory

Stoichiometry: chemical formulas

Stoichiometry: Chemical equations

Thermochemistry

The electronic structure of atoms

Properties of atoms and the lonic bond

The covalent bond

Molecular geometry, molecular orbitals

Chemical equilibrium
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
To
establish the proper understanding of basic principles
of general chemistry and laboratory skills.
COURSE STRUCTURE AND METHODOLOGY:
Teaching would include lectures, review of exercises and
problems.
COURSE REGULATIONS:

Cheating or plagiarism will not be tolerated any
violations would be treated strictly.

Absenteeism for more than 3 classes, without
justification, may affect your grade and would be
treated strictly.

Class participation, homework and attendance will be
considered in arriving at your term grade

There will be no makeup exams

Students in need of extra help should visit the
instructor during office hours.
Course
name
:
General Chemistry II
Course No.
:
1011.03
Lab
Course No.
:
1012
Faculty
:
Assoc. Prof. Shohreh Nafisi
Email
:
Dr.nafisi@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Charles E. Mortimer, General Chemistry (II)
Assessment:
Final
Exam 90 %
Attendance 5 %
Assignments 5 %
Students can contact me in case of any doubts and queries.
COURSE OUTLINE:

Discussion of the physical properties of solutions,
ionic equilibria, acids and bases, introduction of
oxidation – reduction reactions.

The rates of chemical reactions (chemical kinetics)
chemical equilibrium, a large and important topic,
chemical thermodynamics which focus on the chemical
reaction and equilibrium systems.

Understanding the concepts of electrochemistry, the
principles of thermodynamics (particularly Gibbs free
energy) and equilibrium, equilibrium constants and
electrochemical concepts.

A basic presentation of complex compounds, isomerism and
bonding.

The discussion of organic chemistry and biochemistry.
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
Upon
completion of this course, the student will understand basic
principles of physical, analytical, organic and inorganic
chemistry and laboratory skills.
COURSE STRUCTURE AND METHODOLOGY:
Teaching techniques would include lectures, review of
exercises. Projects and case studies would be assigned.
TOPICS:

Liquids & Solids

Solutions

Reactions in Aqueous Solution

Chemical kinetics

Theories of Acids & Bases

Ionic Equilibrium, part I and II

Elements of Chemical Thermodynamics

Electrochemistry

Complex Compounds

Organic Chemistry

Biochemistry
COURSE REGULATIONS:

Cheating or plagiarism will not be tolerated. Any
violations would be treated strictly.

Absenteeism for more than 3 classes, without
Justification, may affect your grade and would be
treated strictly.

Class participation, home work and attendance will be
considered in arriving at your term grade.

There will be no make – up exams.

Students in need of extra help should visit the
instructor during office hours.
Course name
:
Psychology (X)
Course No.
:
1000X.03
Faculty
:
Dr. Farhad Jomehri
Email
:
Dr.farhadjomehri@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Psychology 7^{th} edition Sant Rock W.
John. Mc Graw Hill 2002
Assessment:
Attendance 20 %
Assignment 20 %
Final
Exam 60 %
Final Exam:
Multiple choice question (4050) items covering both text
book and lecture material.
Outline:

Introducing the field with an emphasis on various
subfields and the research methods in modern psychology
and a brief discussion of biological basis of
behavior sensation and perception.
Objectives:

To familiarize the students with the main themes and
subjects of contemporary psychology .
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Note:
Students in dead of extra help or any problem can contact me
during the term
Course name
:
Psychology (Y)
Course No.
:
1000Y.03
Faculty
:
Dr. Farhad Jomehri
Email
:
Dr.farhadjomehri@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Psychology 5^{th} edition Sdorow H.
lester Rickabaugh A.Cheryl. Mc Graw Hill 2003
Assessment:
Attendance 20 %
Assignment 20 %
Final
exam 60 %
Final exam:
Multiple choice question (40 – 50) items covering both text
book and lecture material.
Outline:
Introducing the field with an emphasis on various subfields
and the research mothods in modern psychology and a brief
discussion of consciousness, learning, memory, intelligence,
emotion, motivation, language and personality.
Objectives:
To familiarize the students with the
main themes and subjects of contemporary psychology.
Course name
:
Physics (X)
Course No.
:
1100X.03
Lab
Course No.
:
1100X
Faculty
:
Dr. Ahmad Mohammad Zadeh
Email
:
Dr.azadeh@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Physics (X), Mechanics, By Robert Resnick & David
Holliday
Assessment:
Class
Test 40 %
Attendance 10 %
Assignments 10 %
Final
Exam 40 %
Student can contact me during the hours in case of any doubt
and difficulties.
TOPICS:

Measurement

Motion in one dimension

Force and Newton’s laws

Motion in two and three dimensions

Applications of Newton’s laws

Momentum

Systems of particles

Rotational kinematics

Rotational dynamics

Angular momentum

Energy (1) : Work and kinetic

Energy (2) : Potential energy

Energy (3) : conservation of energy

Gravitation
OBJECTIVE:
In
this course we strive to give as complete and regorous a
survey of introductory of mechanics and its applications as
is possible at this level.
Our physics education survey consistently shows that
students have significant difficulties in understanding the
subject of mechanic. We have therefore expanded our
illustration with doing more problems while simultaneously
decreasing some of the related applications. This also has
been done in part to avoid overloading students with new
material on mechanics in the first year.
Course name
:
Physics (Y)
Course No.
:
1100Y.03
Faculty
:
Dr. Ahmad
Mohammad Zadeh
Email
:
Dr.azadeh@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High
School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Physics
(Y), Electricity and magnetism, By Robert Resnick & David
Holliday and Krane (Volume 3)
Assessment:
Class
Test 40 %
Assignments 10 %
Attendance 10 %
Final
Exam 40 %
Student can contact me during the hours in case of any
doubt, difficulties.
TOPICS:

Electric charge and coulomb’s law

The electric field

Gauss’ law

Electric potential energy and potential

The electrical properties of materials

Capacitance

Dc circuits

The magnetic field

The magnetic field of a current
OBJECTIVE:
In
this course we strive to give as complete and regorous a
survey of introductory electromagnetism and its applications
as is possible at this level.
Our
physics education survey consistently shows that students
have significant difficulties in understanding the subject
of electrical and magnetic properties of material. We have
therefore expanded our illustration with doing more problems
while simultaneously decreasing some of the related
applications such as coverage of multi loop circuits and
measuring instruments. Also has been done in part to
overloading students with new material on electromagnetism
in the first year.
Course name
:
Mathematics (I)
Course No.
:
1000.03
Faculty
:
Dr.
Shayegan
Email
:
Dr.shayegan@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High
School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Thomas
calculus (tenth edition)
Assessment:
Our
assessment based on the following factors:
I.
Monthly
quizes
II.
Mid term
test
III.
Comments
which are made by student in class
IV.
Final
exam
COURSE OUTLINE / TOPICS:
In
math I, we cover the basic concepts in functions, inverse
functions, limits, differentiation, trig.function,
exponential, logarithmic functions, antiderivatives,
definite integral and application of integral, valued rates
and work out problems.
OBJECTIVES:
The
main objective is understanding the basic concepts in
mathematics which lead students to analyze their problems in
other sciences, such as; Physics, Economic, etc. In math I,
we study some aspects of calculus in which the necessary
mathematical tools enhance our ability to apply in daily
life.
Course name
:
Mathematics (II)
Course No.
:
1010.03
Faculty
:
Dr. Shayegan
Email
:
Dr.shayegan@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
Thomas calculus (tenth edition)
Assessment:
Our
assessment based on the following factors:
I.
Monthly
quizes
II.
Mid term
test
III.
Comments
which are made by student in class
IV.
Final
exam
COURSE OUTLINE / TOPICS:
Math
II, is continuation of the study of calculus with topic
including: Remain sums, Techniques of integration,
Parametric equations, and polar coordinate, sequences,
series, Tyler expansion, application of Tyler series.
OBJECTIVES:
The main objective is getting strong background in related
topics, such as; integration, series and applying in other
sciences. Although calculus was first to meet the
mathematical needs but mostly are used in other subjects.
The goals of this course is to present a modern view of
calculus which is enhanced by the use of technology.
Course name
:
English X/Y
Course No.
:
1000X/Y.06
Instructor
:
Dr.
Massood Yazdani Moghaddam
Email
:
Dryazdani@cmacademic.com
Text Books
:
Literature sound, Sense and Structure: Elements of short
story,
Poetry
and Drama. Volumes I,II,III & Clarke’s the Growth and Nature
of Drama
Course Description:
This
course is an introduction to literature. The course will
focus the students, familiarity with techniques arts and
figures used in literature. The students will also be
exposed to stylistics as well as to the literary analysis of
short stories, dramas, and poems.
Course objectives:
The
students should be able to identify the techniques; arts and
figures of speech used in short stories, dramas and poems.
They should be able to paraphrase and analyze them and to
give critical notes and comments on them. They will also
make a close study of some literary schools.
Evaluation:
The
students will be graded on the basis of the following course
requirements:
Class
Participation 10 %
Unannounced and/or unexpected Quizes 10%
Oral
Presentation 10 %
Mid –
Term Exam 30 %
Final Exam (Essay – typed) 40 %
English X 
Course Outline 
Week one 
· Introductory remarks
· Escape VS.
Interpretive Lit./ commercial VS. Literary Fiction
· Characters Types
· Simile, Metaphor, Pun, Paradox, Oxymoron

Week two 
· Plot and Structure,
Suspense, Surprise, Conflict, Epiphany
· Synecdoche, Metonymy, Hyperbole, Understatement,
personification 
Week three 
· Poems for Analysis
· Point of view,
Dilemma
· Accent, Scansion,
Rhythm, Metrics
· Poems for Analysis 
Week four 
· Denotation VS.
Connotation
·Alliteration,
Consonance, Assonance, Rhyme
·Humor and Irony,
Satire, Sarcasm
·Poems 
Week five 
·Symbol, Allegory,
Fantasy, Imagery
·Lyric, Elegy, Ode,
Epic
·Poems 
Week six 
·Theme, Evaluating
fiction
·Heming itemizing
way’s Hills Like white Elephants Literary Discussion
& Critical Notes
·Sonnet
·Poems 
Week Seven 
·
Hawthorn’s Young Goodman Brown and Critical notes
and Comments 
Week Eight 
·
Galico’s the Enchanted Doll and Literary Discussions
and Critical Notes 
Week nine 
·Maupassant’s two
little soldiers and critical notes
·Kinds of stanza
·
Poems for analysis 
Week ten 
·
Crane’s the Bride comes to yellow sky and Critical
notes and comments 
Week Eleven 
·Bowen’s tears idle
tears and Critical notes and comments
·
Poems for analysis 
Week twelve 
·The analysis of some
other poems
·The rocking house winner
·
Catch – up 
Week thirteen 
·
Final exam 
English Y 
Course Outline 
Week one 
·Introduction:
Elements of Drama
·
What is drama and How it Began 
Week two 
·Tragedy & Comedy
·
Closet & Poetic 
Week three 
·Ancient Greece
·
Antigone 
Week four 
·Antigone
·
Critical Notes & Comments 
Week five 
·Medieval Plays
·
Every man 
Week six 
·Every man
·
Critical notes & comments 
Week seven 
·National triumph
(Elizabethan England)
·
A Comedy or tragedy 
Week eight 
·Modern times
The stronger
·
Critical notes & Comments 
Week nine 
·Literary schools and
Introductory Remarks
·Neo – Classicism
·
Selected works 
Week ten 
·Romanticism
·
Selected works 
Week eleven 
·Naturalism, Realism
·
A selected work 
Week twelve 
·Existentialism
·
Camus’ the guest 
Week thirteen 
·
Final exam 
Course name
:
Statistic (I)
Course No.
:
2060.03
Course literature
:
Dr. Tabatabaye
Email
:
Dr.tabatabaye@cmacademic.com
Prerequisite
:
High School Diploma
Course Text Book
:
theory and problems of statistics
Assessment:
Attendance 10 %
Class
test 20 %
Assignment 10 %
Final
exam 50 %
COURSE OUTLINE:
To
present an introduction to the general statistical
principles which will be found useful to all students.
TOPICS:

Variables and graphs

frequency and distributions

The mean, median, mode and other measure of central
tendency

The standard deviation and other measures of dispersion

Moments, Skewness and kurtosis

Elementary probability theory

The binomial, normal and Poisson distribution
NOTE:
The only mathematical background need for understanding this
course is arithmetic and the elements of algebra.
