Major Mathematics Minor Education
Student must complete 124 credit hours
University Requirements Student must complete 19 credit hours
Course Code  Course Name  Credit Hours  Prerequests 

10032100  Remedial English  0 

This is a threehour noncredited English course offered to students who score poorly (i.e. below 50%) on the placement test. Since the major concern of this course is to improve the students’ proficiency before starting their ordinary university English basic courses and major courses taught in English, special emphasis has been placed on enhancing the students’ ability to effectively acquire the four language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Specifically, the course attempts to ensure an academically acceptable performance on the part of the students at the level of the English basic courses. Moreover, the course aims at expanding students’ vocabulary needed for various tasks.  
11000101  Islamic Culture  3 

This course aims to establish the concept of Islamic culture and its position among the other international cultures, its position in the Muslim life, its sources, its bases and its characteristics. It also aims to introduce the Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, and knowledge, to discuss the clash between cultures in addition to Globalization, Human Rights, Woman Rights, Democracy and other contemporary issues.  
11000102  Arabic Language  3 

This course aims to improve the level of students in language skills and various literary, read and absorb and express written, and oral and tasted literary, through texts flags authors and poets in different eras, lessons in grammar and spelling, and brief definition months dictionaries and Arab old ones the modern and how to use them. This course aims to implement the Arabic language in the areas of reading and expression of both types oral and written communication.  
11000103  English Language I  3 

This is a three credithour universityrequired English language course designed for students who need to work on the four skills of the language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The development of vocabulary and skills of comprehension are integral parts of the course. In addition, various reading strategies (making predictions, identifying main ideas, reading for details, relating information in the text to life experience) are introduced and developed through a wide range of topics for reading and writing. The course encourages a more analytical and independent approach to study and helps prepare the students for any subsequent exam preparation.  
11000105  Palestinian Studies  3 

The course is mandatory for university students from various disciplines, so it does provide students with knowledge and `information about the Palestinian reality and in particular the political developments of the Palestinian cause since its inception until the present day in line social and economic developments and political which constitute the main pillars for the study of the Palestinian political reality. This course aims to study Palestinian issue from its begging until present day in social, economic and political issue.  
11000108  Community Service  1 

11000117  Leadership and Communication Skills  1 

11000126  Introduction to Computer Science and Skills  2 

11000328  English Language II  3 

Speciality Requirements Student must complete 69 credit hours
Course Code  Course Name  Credit Hours  Prerequests 

10211101  Calculus I  3 

This course covers the concepts of function, inverse function, models, limits, continuity and derivatives, the differentiation rules and their applications, related rates, linear approximation and hyperbolic functions. In addition to the mean value theorem, indeterminate forms and L' Hospital's rule, curve sketching and optimization problems.  
10211102  Calculus II  3 

Definite integral and its properties, limited integration, integration of compensation, the space between two curves, volumes of revolution, ways of integration (integration by parts, integration of partial fractures, integration of trigonometric functions and integration with compensation trigonometric functions), integrals ailing, the length of the curve and the area of surfaces of revolution, final sequences and series, tests of convergent series, power series, Taylor series.  
10211201  Calculus III  3 

Topics covered in this course include: parametric equations and polar coordinates; vectors in R2 and R3 & surfaces; vectorvalued functions; partial differentiation with applications; multiple integrals.  
10211203  Principles of Differential Equations  3 

Topics covered in this course include: classifications and solutions of firstorder ordinary differential equations with applications; higherorder and solutions; power series solutions; Laplace transforms; solutions of systems of linear differential equations.  
10211211  Principles of Mathematics  3 

Topics covered in this course include: logic and proofs; set theory, relations and functions; cardinality and examples on mathematical structures.  
10211212  Modern Analysis I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: properties of real numbers; open and closed sets; sequences; limits and continuity; differentiation; Riemann integral.  
10211220  Computer and Mathematics  3 

Topics covered in this course include: fundamentals of programming; algorithms, types of data and control statements, dimensions, functions and subroutines; some mathematical software with applications.  
10211241  Linear Algebra I  3 

Topics covered include: matrices, vectors and elementary row operations; operations on matrices; determinants and inverses of matrices; systems of linear equations and method of solutions; vector spaces, linear independence and basis; linear transformations, kernel and range; Eigen values and eigenvectors.  
10211242  Modern Algebra I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: binary operations; groups, subgroups, finite groups, cyclic groups, symmetric groups, factor groups, normal subgroups; group homomorphism; Sylow theorems.  
10211302  Partial Differential Equations I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: the formation of a partial differential equation; methods of solutions of first order linear and nonlinear partial differential equations; methods of solutions of second order linear and nonlinear partial differential equations; Fourier series and transforms; wave equation, Laplace’s equation, potential equation, equation of an infinite wire, heat equation.  
10211312  Complex Analysis I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: properties of complex numbers; complex functions, derivatives and CauchyRiemann equations; elementary functions and elementary transformations; complex integrals, residue theorem and improper integrals; power series.  
10211321  Numerical Analysis I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: numbers, Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal number systems; floating point arithmetic, Errors, sources and types; solving nonlinear equations, direct and indirect methods in solving systems of linear equations, solving systems of nonlinear equations; approximation and interpolations, numerical integration.  
10211322  Linear Programming  3 

Topics covered in this course include: problem formulation; graphic solution; simplex method; duality theorem; linear sensitivity analysis and algebraic representation; transportation and assignment problems; network (PERT and CPM); game theory.  
10211343  Number Theory  3 

Topics covered in this course include: divisibility and prime numbers; Chinese remainder theorem; congruence; Euler's theorem, Fermat’s theorem, Wilson’s theorem; linear congruence: congruent and noncongruent solutions; arithmetic functions; special numbers: perfect, deficient abundant and Mersenne numbers.  
10211361  Principles of General Topoloty  3 

This course covers topological spaces, basis and subbasis; functions and homomorphism; separation and countability axioms; connectedness and compactness; Hausdorff space, metric spaces and product spaces.  
10211362  Modern Methods in Geometry  3 

Topics covered in this course include: Euclid’s axioms; incidence geometry; Hilbert’s postulates; absolute geometry; hyperbolic geometry; Riemann geometry; metric and nonmetric geometric transformations.  
10211491  Seminar  1 

This course involves discussion of characteristics of scientific thinking and its relationship with scientific research; it requires students to conduct a research on a specific topic in mathematics, and to deliver it and represent this research in a seminar for evaluation.  
10216201  Methods of Statistics I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: statistical data classifications and description; measure of central tendency and variability; probability concepts and rules; discrete and continuous random variables; probability distributions; the binomial and normal distributions; sampling distributions; point and interval estimations for one population mean; tests of hypotheses for one population mean.  
10216202  Methods of Statistics II  3 

Topics covered in this course include: sampling distributions; confidence intervals; testing hypotheses for one and two population parameters; regression and correlation; testing hypotheses for regression line parameters; analysis of variance; chisquare test and nonparametric tests.  
10216302  Probability Theory I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: basic concepts of probability; discrete and continuous random variables; probability distributions; the binomial, geometric, negative binomial, uniform, gamma and normal probability distributions; examination of moment generating functions; probability distributions of functions of random variables.  
10221101  General Physics I  3 

This course covers the following topics: motion in one and more dimensions, the laws of motion with an application of Newton’s laws, vector quantities, work and mechanical energy, linear momentum and collisions, and rotational dynamics  
10221102  General Physics II  3 

This course is a study of the following topics: electric charges; forces and fields; electric potential and electric potential energy; electrical capacitance electric elements like capacitors, resistors, and conductors; electric current and directcurrent circuits; magnetic fields; magnetic force; induction; and RC and RL circuits.  
10221107  General Physics 1 Lab.  1 

In this lab., experiments related to mechanics mostly covered in general physics I (10221101) are performed. This includes Measurements Vectors. Acceleration on an inclined plane. The speed of sound in air Viscosity Newton’s second law Conservation of energy and momentum Rotational dynamics Simple harmonic motion. Boyle’s law.  
10231101  General Chemistry 1  3 

A compulsory 3lecture course that is mainly designed to give students a knowledge of the most important chemical principles such as atomic structure and periodic table, mass relationships in chemical reactions, reactions in aqueous solutions, gases, thermo chemistry, quantum theory and the electronic structure of atoms, periodic relationships among the atoms, basic concepts of chemical bonding, molecular geometry and hybridization of atomic orbitals.  
10231107  General Chemistry 1 Lab.  1 

A compulsory practical course, designed to introduce the students to various experimental practices used in general chemistry, such as accurate weighing, performing basic chemical methods such as filtration, titration and gravimetric analysis, make simple metathesis and redox reactions, calorimetry experiments and calculations. 
Speciality Optional Requirements Student must complete 9 credit hours
Course Code  Course Name  Credit Hours  Prerequests 

10211301  Special Function  3 

Topics covered in this course include: the Frobenious method for solving differential equations; special functions like Gamma and Beta functions; Legendre polynomials; Bessel functions; Hermite polynomials; Chebyshev, Laguerre and hyper geometric functions.  
10211303  Vector Analysis  3 

Topics covered in this course include: vector algebra, vector products, vectors and scalar fields; the gradient, divergence and curl theorems; line, surface and volume integrals, related theorems; curvilinear coordinates  
10211311  Modern Analysis 2  3 

Topics covered in this course include: metric spaces; RiemannStetitges integral; functions of bounded variations; sequences and series of functions.  
10211314  Advanced Calculus  3 

Topics covered in this course include: coordinate systems; functions of several variables, parametric representations of curves and surfaces, transformations of regions; derivatives and directional derivatives; implicit functions, Jacobians and related theorems; extreme; multiple integrals and related theorems.  
10211320  Software Packages for Mathematics  3 

Topics covered in this course include: mathematical modeling; using some software packages in mathematics and statistics; NETLIB, NAG, Derive, Mathematica, MATLAB, BLAS, Maple, MathCAD, SPSS, Minitab.  
10211323  Operations Research I  3 

Topics covered in this course include: introduction to operation research; inventory models, queuing models; game theory; Markov chains; case studies.  
10211342  Modern Algebra II  3 

Topics covered in this course include: rings, subrings, ideals, division rings, factor rings; ring homomorphisms; maximal ideals, principal ideal rings, principal ideal domains; polynomial rings, extension of fields.  
10216304  Mathematical Statistics I  3 

This course provides an introduction to decision theory, risk and loss functions, unbiased estimation, efficient and maximum likelihood estimation, confidence intervals, testing statistical hypotheses, sufficient statistics, the RaoBlackwell theorem and RaoCramir inequality.  
10216352  Nonparametric Statistics  3 

11011222  Entrepreneurship and Innovation  3 

Subspecialty Requirements Student must complete 21 credit hours
Course Code  Course Name  Credit Hours  Prerequests 

10511322  Methods of Teaching Mathematics 1  3 

10512138  Classroom Environmental Management  3 

This course introduces the scientific bases of managing the classroom, and the roles which the teacher plays in there, focusing on the functional and practical aspects. It also deals with the psychological bases on which a classroom is run, through looking into the different psychological theories which help both the teacher and the student achieve their goals , by way of providing the emotional and social atmosphere that encourages learning and delivering scientific expertise and directing them. This course also aims at making this field a practical science where theories are turned into classroom functions.  
10513221  Educational Psychology  3 

This course describes the educational psychology with its relation to the knowledge of general psychology, the method of applying the concepts of behaviorism and cognitive in the teaching process that facilitates the learning process, the appropriate atmosphere to the teaching process happen, the teaching of children with disabilities and learning disabilities, as well teaching gifted students, how to complete the teaching process, and its measurement.  
10513302  Evaluation in Schools  3 

The course aims at introducing students to evaluation; its development, aims, and various evaluative methods of selection standards. It also includes different types of tests constructing them and analyzing them, and how to evaluate students’ educational achievement based on the results obtained.  
10513316  Design & Producing Teaching Aids  3 

This course begins with a description of the theoretical framework of audio visual educational aids in term of concept, importance characteristics, criteria for use, foundations of their design and production. The course then addresses the concept of the communication process and its elements. The course concludes with design and production of educational aids, by students, in their specialization in harmony with its theoretical framework. Students are expected to make use of modern technology in their design and production of these aids.  
10513395  Practicum (1) for Math. Students  3 

10513495  Practicum (2) for Math. Students  3 

Subspecialty Optional Requirements Student must complete 6 credit hours
Course Code  Course Name  Credit Hours  Prerequests 

10513215  Computer in Education  3 

This course describes the historical evolution of computer use in education, the international experiences of this usage, the computer programming languages in education, the advantages of the computer in education, and the various applications in both the administrative and educational fields. It also focuses on using the internet to support the process of learning and education. Other topics include: assessing the global sources of information, collaborative learning environment on the internet, searching and restoring of the information. Practically, it aims at providing the students with the necessary skills to help them in designing and producing educational multimedia software based on the teaching design principles. The produced software includes patterns of the known software, like exercise and practice, tutorial, simulation, educational games, dialogue using the authorial tools such as PowerPoint, Photo Story 3 for Windows, or Movie Maker  
10513299  Active Learning  3 

This course deals with the concept of active learning in terms of the definition, objectives, basics, characteristics, nature, importance and components. It also addresses the suitable classroom environment for active learning and its pontifications in learning, the strategies and models of active learning( oriented lectures, brainstorming, discovery, problem solving, active group discussion, role playing, acting, story, simulation and case study), teacher’s role in active learning, active learning outside the classroom, active learning and effective thinking, the challenges of active learning, as well as the field applications on the active learning in different fields of study.  
10513455  Educational Planning  3 

The course includes designing daily lessons and identifying related cognitive, emotional and psychomotor concepts and determining activities, methods, evaluation and acknowledging teaching design in applied and social sciences. It also includes introducing students to tasks that the teacher implements in designing and planning.  
10805101  Guidance and Psychological Counseling  3 

This course aims to introduce psychological counseling in terms of: objectives, methods, presuppositions, principles, theories, fields, approaches, and the means of data collection. It also discusses the process of counseling, guidance and psychological counseling programs in the schools, some students’ school problems (including absences, lack of motivation, school violence, test anxiety), and the counselor’s role in dealing with these problems). 