Courses are offered on a modular basis to allow students to focus on one field of study at a time. There are 64 units in the first academic year and it is divided into 32 units for each course divided into 10 academic subjects that differ in their weights. There are theoretical, practical and field topics in addition to mixed topics. In the second year there are also 64 units in the same way as the first year, divided into two courses. Each course has 32 units. And divided into 10 subjects, the student gets his grades from several matters, including practical reports, laboratory, and field experiments, daily examinations, in addition to the end-of-course exam, the percentage of practical benefits, and the largest theoretical percentage in the department and branch.