Classes

CE 461: Urban Transportation Planning II

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

CE 460: Urban Transportation Planning I

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

JWL 351: Conservation and Environmental Management

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 413 - Project Paper

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 405 - Advanced Concepts in Communication

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 309 - Applied Photography

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 305 - Aspects of Form and Content Appreciation

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 215 - Techniques in Typography

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 213 - Advanced Photography

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BDS 201 - Foundations of Design Theory

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

FEB 237: MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

Engineering is mostly about making solid objects. To make solid objects, we use different materials. The main objective of the course is to enable the student to understand in detail the properties of materials and the limits of operation so as to be able to select appropriate materials for different applications. With this foundation, the students are able to undertake research geared towards the development of new materials.

FEB 511: AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

Course Objectives:
Expose the students’ to:
• Contribution of mechanization to industrialization
• Challenges, advances and dynamism of our engineering profession
• Methods of choice and selection of power sources
• National development strategies; policy and the country’s’ direction towards mechanization
• Machinery management and cost optimization in the mechanization processes.

ASS 403: Land Degradation and Management of Problematic soils

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisite: ASS 305: Soil Survey, Classification and Land Evaluation

Purpose of the course
The purpose of this course is to impart knowledge and skills to the learner on land degradation assessment and techniques for their restoration and/or improvement.

Expected Learning outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to;
1. Describe the types/forms and processes of land degradation
2. Differentiate the existing techniques of land improvement and their suitability for various situations.

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