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Fluid mechanics is the study of the behavior of liquids and gases, and particularly the forces that they produce. Many scientific disciplines have an interest in fluid mechanics. For example, meteorologists try to predict the motion of the fluid atmosphere swirling around the planet so that they can forecast the weather. Physicists study the flow of extremely high temperature gases through magnetic fields in a search for an acceptable method of harnessing the energy of nuclear fusion reactions. Engineers are interested in fluid mechanics because of the forces that are produced by fluids and which can be used for practical purposes. Some of the well-known examples are jet propulsion, aerofoil design, wind turbines and hydraulic brakes, but there are also applications which receive less attention such as the design of mechanical heart valves. Viscous Fluid Mechanics deals with the study of Non-Ideal (real or viscous) fluid flows, rules governing them and its properties.
Fluid mechanics is the study of the behavior of liquids and gases, and particularly the forces that they produce. Many scientific disciplines have an interest in fluid mechanics. For example, meteorologists try to predict the motion of the fluid atmosphere swirling around the planet so that they can forecast the weather. Physicists study the flow of extremely high temperature gases through magnetic fields in a search for an acceptable method of harnessing the energy of nuclear fusion reactions. Engineers are interested in fluid mechanics because of the forces that are produced by fluids and which can be used for practical purposes. Some of the well-known examples are jet propulsion, aerofoil design, wind turbines and hydraulic brakes, but there are also applications which receive less attention such as the design of mechanical heart valves. Ideal Fluid Mechanics deals with the study of ideal fluid flows, rules governing them and its properties.

Business mathematics is mathematics used by commercial enterprises to record and manage business operations. Commercial organizations use mathematics in accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales forecasting and financial analysis. Agribusiness Business management can be made more effective in some cases by use of more advanced mathematics such as calculus, matrix algebra and linear programming. Examples used for problems in Business Mathematics are usually real-life problems from the business world.
Business mathematics teaches us the mathematical concepts and principles of multivariate calculus, and matrix algebra, differential equations and their applications in business. Business mathematics involves concept understanding, problem formulation and solution, graphing etc. Therefore students will be able to apply their mathematical skills to various business problems for the optimal solutions.

Algebra or Group theory is the study of groups. Groups are sets equipped with an operation (like multiplication, addition, or composition) that satisfies certain basic properties. ... Symmetry groups appear in the study of combinatorics overview and algebraic number theory, as well as physics and chemistry.

Calculus, originally called infinitesimal calculus or "the calculus of infinitesimals", is the mathematical study of continuous change, in the same way, that geometry is the study of shape and algebra is the study of generalizations of arithmetic operations

In mathematics, real analysis is the branch of mathematical analysis that studies the behavior of real numbers, sequences and series of real numbers, and real-valued functions

objectives:There are two essential aims of analytical chemistry: intrinsic aim - attaining analytical information of the highest quality with low uncertainty - and extrinsic aim - solving often complex analytical problems derived from biochemical information in a myriad of different areas such as health, industry, and the medical field.
Learning outcomes:be able to select the appropriate analytical methods to evaluate a sample; critically evaluate data from a variety of analytical chemistry techniques and apply knowledge of the statistical analysis of data; be aware of current developments in the field of analytical chemistry
This is an introductory course about the management of organizations. It provides instructions on principles of management that have general applicability to all types of enterprises; basic management philosophy and decision making; principles involved in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; and recent concepts in management. The principles learned in this course will allow the student to effectively work with and through others in an organization. The course will also encourage the students to explore and inquire the applicability of western management principles and theories in local settings. Besides, the course will discuss the Islamic perspective of managing businesses and organizations.
Introduction to Business is designed to expose the interested student to many functions of modern business. The course shows the student how these functions exist in a changing society and the type of decisions which must be made within that environment. The course is also designed to expose the student to the multitude of career fields in the areas of business. The importance of business in the modern society is also stressed throughout the course.
Topics such as business environment, management, organization, marketing, finance, accounting, and data processing are discussed in an introductory manner. This course is not designed to provide for entry level employment or job upgrading except to provide background knowledge of business.
Organization Development (OD) is an area of practice and research in Human Resource Development (HRD). According to Cummings & Worley, OD is a “process that applies a broad range of behavioral science knowledge and practices to help organizations build their capacity to change and to achieve greater effectiveness, including increased financial performance, customer satisfaction, and organization member engagement”. OD attempts to bring about change in the different levels of the organization (the individual, group and organization) using a wide variety of interventions. In this course, theoretical models and the process of OD will be discussed. Students will also learn how to improve individual, group/team and organizational performance through the use of OD techniques or interventions like group dynamics, training, culture change, and work life balance.
To enable the students to:
• Understand the philosophical, historical, theoretical, political and practical underpinnings of OD as a core area of practice within HRD.
• Increase awareness of different tools that are used to diagnose organizations as well as interventions used through hands-on experience enhance skills in facilitation, OD skills, group process, communication, and collaboration.
This course is designed to provide students with a foundation understanding of the history and development of Organizational Behavior (OB) theories and concepts. The body of knowledge focuses on how the attributes and behaviors of individuals and groups influence the culture, design, ethics, learning and structure of an organization. The applied focus of the course is to facilitate experiential learning of contemporary approaches to conflict resolution, communication, decision making, leadership, motivation, negotiation and stress management within a team environment.