Classes

BBE527: Construction Plant & Equipment Management

Offered: 
2022

To provide knowledge of construction plant and equipment to enable leaners appraise the various plant and equipment, uses, costs, methods of acquisition, maintenance and management, technical improvements in the use of these and their overall effect in the development of the construction industry.

FCE572: Engineering Management IV

Offered: 
2022

To provide learners with knowledge of the new and emerging trends in engineering management and their application to the practice of civil engineering

FCE571: Engineering Management III

Offered: 
2022

To provide learners with knowledge of the role of engineering management in the practice of civil engineering and the application of engineering management principles

BCM207: Construction Plant & Equipment Management

Offered: 
2022

Provide learners with knowledge of construction plant and equipment management, uses, costs, acquisition, and maintenance practices, and their overall effect in the development of the construction industry.

BQS214: Computing I

Offered: 
2022

To introduce learners to computing and computer programming.

BQS301: Computing II

Offered: 
2022

This course introduces learners to professional computing software available in the market and how to customise these general packages as tools to enhance their professional services or duties.

BQS404: Construction Plant and Equipment

Offered: 
2022

Provide knowledge of construction plant and equipment to enable learners to appreciate plant and equipment uses, costs, acquisition, maintenance and management, and their overall effect in construction.

BBE514: Research Project

Offered: 
2022

To provide the learners with practical knowledge, skill and techniques in undertaking a scientific enquiry in the construction industry and publish the findings.

BBE508:Site Management

Offered: 
2022

To equip the learner with techniques to enable them to appraise, critique and audit a construction site in all its aspects including skills to evaluate the construction site as a factory floor that must be managed to ensure efficient and effective production of construction products.

Doctor of Philosophy in Construction Management

Offered: 
2022

Research Thesis

To build the capacity of the learners with high-level practical knowledge, skill and techniques in undertaking a scientific enquiry in the construction industry and publish the findings.

WMI 701 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2022

Expected Learning outcome of the course. At the end of the course the learner should be able to;
• Identify the types of environmental movement and their triggers
• Analyses the connection between development of environmental movement and environmental change
• Identify and relate theories and environmental movement
• Actively initiate and participate in environmental movements

FGE 278: COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Offered: 
2021

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