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Offered: 
2019

Thermodynamic Tutorials

Offered: 
2019

Research Methodology

Offered: 
2019

CIT505: Electronic Commerce

Offered: 
2019

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the unit learners are expected to:

CIT504: ICT Procurement Practice

Offered: 
2019

Learning Outcomes

 At the end of the unit learners are expected to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the role of the procurement function in organization
  • Explain various activities and processes involved in procurement
  • Demonstrate understanding of best practice in ICT procurement
  • Evaluate automated tools that can be used in the procurement process
  • Develop an ICT procurement plan

BAR 303: Theory & Design of Structures III 2019/2020

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

JWL 330: Principles of Biodiversity Conservation

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

JWL 330: Principles of Biodiversity Conservation

Purpose of the Course
This course unit is designed to provide the student with knowledge of basic concepts of biodiversity conservation

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
1. Identify the variety of biological resources in relation to their various ecological settings including below and above ground.
2. Describe ecological functions and processes determining biodiversity.
3. Identify biodiversity challenges and design simple conservation solutions.

Course Content

JWL 430: Wildlife Population Ecology

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

JWL 430: Wildlife Population Ecology

Purpose of the Course
This course unit is designed to provide the student with knowledge, theory, and techniques on ecological factors affecting wildlife population structure and dynamics.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
1. Explain ecological factors in wildlife population differentiation, isolation, and migration.
2. Discuss population theories and techniques and ecological factors controlling population growth.

JCL 331: GENERAL MEDICINE

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

Distributed Computing Architectures

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

This class is offered to Masters students taking the Master of Science in Distributed Computing Technology at the School of Computing and Informatics (SCI), University of Nairobi. The objective of the course is to expose students to architectures from hardware to software that can be used to enable and support distributed computing

SPH 201: Mechanics II Tutorial

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2019

SCH 503 Advanced electroanalytical chemistry

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2019

Survival Data Analysis

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2019

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