# 1er Année Ingénieur

this course aims is to facilitate an individual’s immersion in student life and their transition into a responsible adult. It helps to develop students' awareness of ethical principles. Introduce them to the rules that govern university life (their rights and obligations towards the university community) and in the world of work, to raise awareness of the respect and valorization of intellectual property and explain to them the risks of moral evils such as corruption and how to fight them.

- Enseignant: Aroun Imène

This course is aimed at first-year S.T. engineering students. It aims to lay the foundations for future research, by acquiring the basic mathematical foundations, analysis and algebra, and their applications. analysis and algebra, and their applications. The course is divided into five modules Enabling students to acquire the mathematical skills needed to pursue their studies.

- Enseignant: Lounis Selma

Chemistry is the study of matter and its properties, the changes that matter undergoes, and the energy associated with those changes. So what is matter? Matter is everything around us that has mass and volume. Matter can be any phase - solid, liquid, or gas. In this unit, we explore the properties, phases, and how we measure matter.

- Enseignant: Aroun Imène

- Enseignant: BOUMAD Souad

- Enseignant: FT S2 Découverte
- Enseignant: OMARI Souhila

In mathematics, probability and statistics are two important branches. For a start, we can say that probability is about chance. Although we can investigate the likelihood of particular outcomes, we cannot predict how an event will turn out. In contrast, statistics facilitate the representation of complex facts. It is concerned with the collection of data, its description, and its analysis, which often leads to the making of decisions.

This course has been written for students in engineering and related fields. Its chapters and ideas are given progressively, as much as possible, to lead students to build basic knowledge. The course is presented as follows:

Part one: Probability

Chapter 1: Combinatorial analysis

Chapter 2: Random variables

Chapter 3: Discrete and continuous probability distributions

Part two: Statistics

Chapter 1: Descriptive statistics (univariate data, bivariate data)

Chapter 2: Estimation

Chapter 3: Hypothesis testing

The reader is expected to know the basic rules of calculus.

- Enseignant: OUAKID Abdelhadi

- Enseignant: FT S2 Transversale
- Enseignant: OMARI Souhila