Classes

SNS 431: Particle Detection and Instrumentation

Offered: 
2020

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Classify radiation sources
2. Explain the interaction of radiation with matter
3. Explain radiation detection processes
4. Select appropriate instrumentation for different kinds of radiation.
5. Design basic radiation detectors.

Computer Science

Offered: 
2020

This Class Unit Offers

BBS307: Business Policy & Strategic Management

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

BID 107: FREEHAND DRAWING

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

Course Objective
To provide the learner with basic drawing and compositional skills.

Expected Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course the learners are expected to:
1. Identify and use required drawing tools and materials
2. Acquire drawing techniques.
3. Translate three-dimensional subject matter into two-dimension.
4. Employ the principles of composition to create works of art and design.

BDS 107: FREEHAND DRAWING

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2020

Course Objective
To provide the learner with basic drawing and compositional skills.

Expected Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course the learners are expected to:
1. Identify and use required drawing tools and materials
2. Acquire drawing techniques.
3. Translate three-dimensional subject matter into two-dimension.
4. Employ the principles of composition to create works of art and design.

SNS 402: Applications of Nuclear Techniques

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Define the principles of selected nuclear techniques.
2. Differentiate nuclear techniques for application in different fields/activities.
3. Identify appropriate nuclear technique for specific problems.
4. Demonstrate hands-on skills on selected nuclear equipment and instrumentation.

FPE242: NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT)

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

NDT definition
• NDT is an examination, test, or evaluation performed on any type of test object without changing or altering that object in any way, in order to determine the absence or presence of conditions or discontinuities that may have an effect on the usefulness or serviceability of that object.
• Nondestructive tests may also be conducted to measure other test object characteristics, such as size; dimension; configuration; or structure, including alloy content, hardness, grain size, etc.

Research Methodology II

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

SNS 442: Research Methodology II
Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To enable the learner, understand different research approaches and use computational methods in analyzing data to solve complex problems.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Describe the principles of computer programming in research.
2. Develop codes to solve problems in selected programming languages.
3. Select an appropriate research approach for solving a specific problem.
4. Write scientific research proposals, reports, journal papers and thesis.

SNS 642: Research Methodology II

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To enable the learner, understand different research approaches and use computational methods in analyzing data to solve complex problems.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Describe the principles of computer programming in research.
2. Develop codes to solve problems in selected programming languages.
3. Select an appropriate research approach for solving a specific problem.
4. Write scientific research proposals, reports, journal papers and thesis.

SNS 620: Radiochemistry

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To familiarise learners with chemical properties of radionuclides and their applications
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Identify natural and artificial radioactive elements and their properties.
2. Choose appropriate radiotracer for different applications.
3. Apply radiation chemistry in solving problems

Course Content

SNS 610: Nuclear Physics

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To familiarize students with the structure and properties of the atom.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Explain the properties of the atom.
2. Solve problems in quantum mechanics.
3. Differentiate interaction mechanisms of radiation with matter.

Course Content

SNS 412: Medical Physics and Instrumentation

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To enable learners to select and apply appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic methods.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Explain the critical and sensitive organs of the human body.
2. Describe the interaction mechanism of radiation in the human body.
3. Explain measurement units and parameters used in regulatory requirements.
4. Describe principles and instrumentation used in nuclear and medical diagnosis.
Course Content

SNS 402: Application of Nuclear Techniques

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Prerequisites: None
Purpose of the Course
To enable the learners, understand and select appropriate nuclear techniques for applications in different fields/activities for solving specific problems.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Define the principles of selected nuclear techniques.
2. Differentiate nuclear techniques for application in different fields/activities.
3. Identify appropriate nuclear technique for specific problems.
4. Demonstrate hands-on skills on selected nuclear equipment and instrumentation.

Course Content

BDS 522: EXHIBITION AND DISPLAY

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Objectives
To enhance the learners knowledge of exhibition and display.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course the learners are expected to:

1. Discuss concepts and philosophies of exhibition and display.
2. Explain techniques of exhibition and display.
3. Understand factors that influence exhibition and display.
4. Undertake a project in exhibition and display

BDS 326 : MARKETING

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2020

Course Objective
To enable the learner appreciate the importance of marketing in interior design.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course the learners are expected to:

1. Discuss marketing concepts and philosophies.
2. Discuss the marketing mix and pricing strategies.
3. Analyse brand management.
4. Present a corporate social responsibility strategy.

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