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ICAN/QUANT2-QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

ICAN ATS QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

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PRINCIPLE AND PRACTICE OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

The study pack is organised in chapters. each chapter deals with a particular area of the subject starting with ...

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WORKSHOP PRACTICE AND TECHNICAL DRAWING MODIFIED

This course, Workshop Practice and Technical Drawing is designed to expose first year students of Physics to the ...

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MKT 311 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

Consumer behaviour aims at studying what, how, why, when consumers/customers buy, use, and dispose off goods and ...

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INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDIES 1*

Welcome to the world of the entrepreneur! Around the world, growing numbers of people are
realizing ...

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INTRO. TO MINING TECH. AND DRILLING

We shall look in details the following areas in mining technology and drilling:

1.  


Introduction

2.     Mining Ge...

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GEOCHEMISTRY

We shall briefly discuss the following;

1.     What is geochemistry (week1)

2.     The geochemical cycle (week1)

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CSC 441-Human Computer Interface (HCI)

This course teaches students to design user interfaces based on the capabilities of computer technology and the ...

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STEP Session 01 ENS 425 Identifying Business Opportunities

•At the end of the session, we will have:
–Identified abilities useful for opportunity identification.
–Learn...

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STEP Session 01 ENS 325 Identifying Business Opportunities

This course is  a continuation of STEP Session 01 ENS 125.


In this course students are expected to have identified ...

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STEP Session 01 ENS 125 Identifying Business Opportunities

At the end of the session, we will have:
–Identified abilities useful for opportunity identification.
•Why i...

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PSY 325 - ADVANCED EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

More practical examples of experimental design. The course is designed to teach

experimental design in an advanced ...

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ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

The Importance of this course made the National University Commission (NUC) to make it compulsory that it must be ...

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Industrial Relations is all about relationship between workers and their employers, from the time they join the ...

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR is the study of individuals and groups within an organizational context, and the study ...

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Theories of Mass Communication

Examination of mass media of communication as a social institution with particular intention to pertinent ...

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 1

Course Contents

1. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

2. Understanding Natural Language

3....

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COMPILER CONSTRUCTION II

1.      Grammar and language

2.      Recognizer

3.      Top down and bottom up parsing

4.      Production ...

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CSC 315 - DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS

Course Outline

Basic algorithm analysis: asymptotic analysis of upper and average complexity bounds: standard ...

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CSC 331 - COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE I

Computer architecture is the theory behind the design of a computer. In the same way as a building architect sets ...

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FISHERIES AND HYDROBIOLOGY

Fisheries is a branch of the science that studies the biology, ecology, health, and nutrition of fishes and their ...

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Data Analysis
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THE USE OF ENGLISH V

This is an advanced version of what the students have been doing from their 100 level and 200 level. Here we'll be ...

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CHORDATES /VERTEBRATES

This course studies the biology of chodates and vertebrates. The chordatesare in the phylum chordata. The chordates...

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BIO_261

General Ecology describes the environment of living organisms

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ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

Animal Physiology

Animal physiology is the study of the body functions of animal and their methodologies. It studies ...

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FAMILY LAW 1
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THE USE OF ENGLISH III

This course will be taught in ten weeks having the following topics:

Week 1 – Spellings and Vocabulary Development

Week...

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Documentary Film Production

This course is both theory and practical. It is designed to equip students with the basic principles of documentary ...

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN

A theory project course to develop general appreciation of nature and man-made landscape.

-  Element of landscape and ...

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Foundations of Broadcasting

The concept of a global village cannot be discussed without special reference to the broadcast media. This course ...

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Philosophy and Logic 1

This course describes the origin, meaning and history of philosophy. It also deals with the branches of philosophy ...

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Urban Design II
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BIO 411 - POPULATION ECOLOGY

The course   Population Ecology Bio 411 is a 2 unit credits. It is a 1st semester course.

Ecologists study many...

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EDU 341 - SPECIAL METHODS I (IN SCIENCE)

This course covers the educational teaching models in special subject areas, Domains of educational objectives and ...

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BIO 317 - ANIMAL ECOLOGY

This Animal Ecology Bio 317 is a 2 credit unit course for 300 level biology education students. It is a 1st semeste...

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BIO 261- INTRODUCTORY ECOLOGY

The course   Introductory Ecology Bio 261 is a 2 credit unit course for 2nd year biology education students. It ...

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BCH 335 - BIOCHEMISTRY

The course entails description of structure of biological membrane, membrane dynamics, transport processes across ...

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SED 101 -INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE EDUCATION

Meaning of Science

History of science impact of modern philosophers view of science

The scientific method

...

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Introduction to Elementary German 1

The course IRE 117 is the first semester course for Introduction to Elementary German. Elementary German 1&11 is ...

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BCH 453 - INDUSTRIAL BIOCHEMISTRY

This course comprise biochemical processes  that are deployed in industrial processes .This include the use of ...

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TEACHING PRACTICE

Purpose

The purpose of this course is to equip student teachers with the knowledge, skills, values and positive ...

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PHI 423- ETHICS
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SOC 433 - SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT 1

Social and economic development as processes is inherent to a society right from its inception. ... But soon it was ...

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SOC 337 - SOCIOLOGY OF OCCUPATION AND PROFESSIONS

Social control and cohesion, differentiation and inequality, collective action, power and influence, and identity...

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SOC 205 - SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE

Sociology of Knowledge and Technology discusses the interactions or relationships between society and the nature or ...

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SOC 329 - SOCIOLOGY OF URBAN LIFE

Urban sociology is the sociological study of life and human interaction in metropolitan areas. It is a normative ...

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SOC 205 - SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE

Sociology of Knowledge and Technology discusses the interactions or relationships between society and the nature or ...

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SOC 301 - CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES I

The contemporary discipline of sociology is theoretically multi-paradigmatic, encompassing a greater range of ...

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SOC 237 - LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY AND CULTURE

Language not only reflects and expresses facts and observations, it also influences attitudes and behaviour and ...

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SOC 231- SOCIAL CHANGE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS

Many social problems result from the processes of social change. As such, a changing society inevitably develops prob...

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BCH 423 - CLINICAL/MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

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Medical biochemistry is biochemistry related to human health and disease. Its applicative arm is clinical ...

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EDU 443 - SPECIAL METHODS 2 IN SCIENCE

In this course, you will gain insight in Special Methods of teaching Science. In terms of content, the main aims of ...

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ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES III

1. Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to Structural Mechanics

2. Types of Forces in Structural  Calculations.

3. ...

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CHM 451 - Macromolecular ll

polymerization is a process of reacting monomer molecules together in a chemical reaction to form polymer chains or...

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COMMUNICATION IN FRENCH CLASS 1

Regardez les images et répondez aux questions.

1. Le matin on dit……………………………..

2. Qu’est-ce qu’on dit le soir ?

3. ...

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ELEMENTARY FRENCH I

Regardez les images et répondez aux questions.

1. Le matin on dit……………………………..

2. Qu’est-ce qu’on dit le soir ?

3. ...

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CHM 481 - SEMINAR IN CHEMISTRY

THIS COURSE DESCRIBES CEMENT CHEMISTRY IN A WHOLE. EXPLAINING ITS CLASSIFICATION, RAW MATERIAL AND PROCESS OF ITS ...

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CHM 103 - GENERAL PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY 1

THIS COURSE EXPLAINS WHAT PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY IS ALL ABOUT, DESCRIBING BASIC PHYSICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY ...

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SOC 323 - SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY I

Stories such as Rudolph’s (in Siegel, 2007) help to convince most Americans that they live in a violent society. Are...

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CHM 311 - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III

THIS COURSE DEALS WITH UNDERSTANDING THE RATES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN CONTRAST WITH THERMODYNAMICS THAT DEALS ON ...

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SOC 101- INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY I

Sociology is the scientific study of society, including patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and ...

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SOC 327 - SOCIOLOGY OF LAW

The sociology of law is often described as a sub-discipline of sociology or an interdisciplinary approach within ...

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DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

LECTURE PROCEEDINGS

Preliminaries 

Basic Algebraic Structures 

From Non- Empty Set to field

Groups 

Definition ...

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CHM 321 - INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

THIS COURSE DEALS WITH UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMISTRIES OF THE S, P, D AND F ORBITALS ELEMENTS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE ...

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GENERAL TOPOLOGY
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ECN 443: SEMINAR ON ECONOMIC ISSUES

CONCEPTS OF SEMINAR ON ECONOMIC ISSUES

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SETS, LOGIC AND ALGEBRA

    LECTURE PROCEEDINGS

1.     BASIC SET THEORY

-      Set Forms and Notations

-      Subsets

-      ...

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MAC 321 - Public Affairs Broadcasting

The objectives of the course are:

To critically examine the structure, internal dynamics and function of the News...

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ECN 431: TEACHING INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

CONCEPTS OF TEACHING INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

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ECN 301: ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

CONCEPTS OF ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

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MAC 463 - Film Criticism

Pre-requisite: Film Theory and Aesthetics. Critical analysis and evaluation of popular and feature films based on ...

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ECN 231 - SOCIO-ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA

CONCEPTS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA

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MAC 471 - Station Management and Operations

To discuss practical daily management of (radio) stations involving programme planning/ scheduling, traffic ...

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Announcing and Performance

The course has the following objectives:
 • To discuss basic fundamentals of voicing and nature of speech,
 • Studio ...

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GST 203 - INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDIES 1 FOR ARTS/EDUCATION

Entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary course designed  to teach students how to think and act entrepreneurial. ...

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CHM 467 - FOOD PROCESSING CHEMISTRY

Food processing dates back to the prehistoric ages when crude processing incorporated fermenting, sun drying, ...

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CHM 413 - NUCLEAR AND RADIATION CHEMISTRY

Nuclear chemistry is the sub-field of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear processes, and transformations ...

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CHM 341 - ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II

Analytical chemistry is that branch of chemistry in which samples are analyzed in order to determine their ...

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CSC 463:- DATA MANAGEMENT I

 

CSC 463: DATA MANAGEMENT I – 3 UNITS

Data management, data life cycle: Handbook on data management for ...

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CSC 433:- COMPUTER ARCHITECHTURE II

CSC 433: COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE II – 3 UNITS

 Memory systems; general characteristics of memory operation; ...

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GST 201 - PEACE, RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

The course explains the concept of peace and conflict but goes beyond that to highlight various mechanisms of ...

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BIO 455 POPULATION GENETICS AND EVOLUTION

Introduction to Population Genetics; Genetic variation, Hardy Weinberg  Equilibrium, Linkage ...

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SOC341 - INTERGROUP RELATIONS

 The course “Inter-Group Relation” is intended to expose the students to various ramifications    or characteristics ...

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BIO 453 CYTOLOGY AND CYTOGENETICS

Chromosome structure and number, crossing over, pedigree analysis, mutagenesis; population genetics-Hardy Weinberg ...

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BTG 377 CYTOGENETICS

Structural composition and role of the nucleus, quantitative and qualitative studies of changes in   chromosomal ...

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BTG 377 CYTOGENETICS

Structural composition and role of the nucleus, quantitative and qualitative studies of changes in   chromosomal ...

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CREATIVE WRITING 1 (PRACTICAL)

Creative Writing covers ways to begin and develop a sustained and reflective writing practice, including revision and...

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CSC 423:- SURVEY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

CSC 423:  SURVEY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES – 2 UNITS

Course goals: understand issues in designing, ...

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Marketing Foundations for Advertising

Students are expected to understand the meaning of advertising and marketing. the 4P's and 4C's and the relationship ...

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BIO 307 EVOLUTION

In this course, you will gain insight in Evolution Knowledge. In terms of content, the main aims of the course are ...

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SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTAL & BASIN OF AFRICA

SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTAL & BASIN OF AFRICA

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Announcing and Performance

Critical examination of the structure, internal dynamics and functions of the News and current/public affairs ...

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PSY 365 - GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

PSY 365        Guidance and Counseling                                                           2 Units

CONTENT:...

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CSC 421:- ORGANAZATION OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

CSC 421: ORGANIZATION OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES – 3 UNITS

Language definition structure: Data types and ...

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PLANT AND ANIMAL TISSUE CULTURE

Plant tissue culture and animal cell culture techniques, media used for tissue cultures, media ...

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PSY 251 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY I

PSY 251        Developmental Psychology I (Child and Adolescent)       2 Units

Course Content: Theory and ...

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PSY 435 - ADVANCED PSYCHO-BIOLOGICAL STUDY OF BEHAVIOUR I

PSY 435        Advanced Psycho-Biological Study of Behaviour I                        2 Units

Biological ...

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BIOINFORMATICS

Computer Science and Biotechnology

 • Computational Biology 

• Use of computer for data analysis and processing 

 • ...

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DIPLOMACY

SUMMARY OF OBJECTIVES

Diplomacy deals with the profession, activity or skill of managing inter-national relations ...

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BIOSAFETY IN MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY

OUTLINE – WHAT THE STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO KNOW ▪ General Introduction – Biological Safety Levels; Asilomar ...

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CSC 419 - COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Computer Graphics is a course which teaches the creation of images in computer and animating it, ie., making it ...

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Experimental Design & Data processing in Biotechnology

BTG 471 is a seminar-style course that is an in-depth exploration of prevailing methods and techniques used in ...

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PRACTICAL IN BIOTECHNOLOGY II

This course is one of the capstone courses for the Biotechnology Program. Its purpose is to tie together what you ...

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CSC 333:- ANALYSIS AND DESIGNS OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS

Topics include: Boolean algebra; design and analysis of both combinational and sequential circuits; registers, ...

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Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering encompasses cellular and molecular approaches to the manipulation and improvement of plants, ...

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NET-CENTRIC COMPUTING

 This course is about the deliverables from the Internet. All that is achievable from the Internet. The tools for ...

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OPTICAL AND DETERMINATIVE MINERALOGY

PRINCIPLES OF OPTICS AND CRYSTALLOGRAPGY

OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THE COMMON  ROCK FORMING MINERALS

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ECO103 - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 1

The Principles of Economics provides us with a basic understanding of the principles of microeconomics. At its ...

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PHY 173 - TECHNICAL DRAWING AND WORKSHOP PRACTICE

This course introduces first years students of Physics to general knowledge of workshop practices and technical drawing

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ADVANCED MINERALOGY

OPTICAL AND X-RAY PROPERTIES AND STRUCTURES OF MINERALS

SYSTEMATIC MINERALOGY INCLUDING CRYSTAL CHEMISTRY

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SOC 437 - SOCIOLOGY OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT

SOC 437 is a course in sociology that has some elements of psychology that can be also be seen in sociological ...

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SOC 415 - CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION

This course is an examination of human communication for the perspective of linguistic anthology; treats the ...

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PHI 343 THEORIES OF KNOWLEDGE


1. What is Epistemology?

From Greek episteme (knowledge) and logos (study or explanation), epistemology ...

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SOC 351 - METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH 1

The aim of this course is to give the beginning students a conceptual understanding of empirical social research and ...

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PSY 341 - POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 341 - Political Psychology is a 2 Units elective course. Possible areas of concern to this course include the ...

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PSY 241 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Introduction to Social Psychology I is a 2 Units core course. The course stress areas include: Social psychological ...

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CSC 223-INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I

This course will introduce you to the field of computer science and the fundamentals of computer programming. CSC ...

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ROBOTICS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

Topic 1: General Introduction; Meanings and definitions of robotics and robots
Topic 1: Basic components of robots
Topi...

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BIOMASS AND BIO-ENERGY

Lecture 1: General Introduction – Current energy sources and problems associated with fossil fuels
Topic 2: ...

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS

A comparative approach to politics provides students with insights into the workings of different states in the ...

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BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Lecture one: Various types of vessels used for cell cultivation

Lecture two: Basic concepts in Bioreactor ...

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PSY 447 - SOCIAL PERCEPTION

Social Perception is a 2 Units course for 400 level Psychology students. Possible stimulus areas in the course ...

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BASIC TECHNIQUES IN MICROBIAL CELL CULTURE SYSTEMS AND KINETICS

Section one: Batch culture systems

Lecture 1: General Introduction; Meaning and characteristics of ...

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Mac 107 Media Philosophy and Ethics

This course is designed to provide philosophical background to the study of media and media messages. It explores the...

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PHI 121 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC

This course is designed to assist students develop skills of sound resounding and argumentation.

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PHI 351 METAPHYSICS 11

This course is designed to assist students understand some traditional and metaphysical problems such as: the ...

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PHI 343 THEORIES OF KNOWLEDGE

This course is designed to assist students understand the different theories of knowledge and the tensions raised by ...

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PHI 223 SYMBOLIC LOGIC

This course is designed to introduce students on formal logic. This is anchored on the transcription of ordinary ...

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CURRENT ISSUES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

This is a 200 level first semester course for public administration student. It carries 2 credit units. The emphasis ...

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