This category will hold all courses that are taken by more than one departments.

Example
Course Name: Introduction to Computing
Course Code: MA MC EL RN GM GL MN MR PE ES 159

Preamble for Course Setup
If Dr Lecturer UMaT is teaching Mathematics and Petroleum students for Introduction to computing, he can put all those students in the same class. Hence the Course ID section in setting up the course will be MA PE 159. The student's Usernames will make it very easy to group Mathematics and Petroleum students when students marks are download from the Gradebook.

Again, since lectures will be based on the current timetable schedule provided by the Examination Office. If this same lecturer takes Mathematics and Petroleum on Monday @ 2:00 pm and Electrical and Renewable on Tuesday @ 8:00 am for the same course, it will be advisable to group each lecture periods differently (MA and PE as one group and EL and RN as another group) so we do not get clashes in lectures.
Course image MC/EL -156 Engineering Drawing with AUTOCAD
All Combined Courses and Classes

This course covers fundamental concepts in engineering drawing, including:

- Sectional views and standard conventions for sectional views

- Curves of intersection between various planes and solids

- Development of different solids, such as cylinders and spheres

- Creation of assembly drawings from both exploded views and working drawings

- Introduction to Computer-Aided Design (CAD)

Course image MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
All Combined Courses and Classes

 The aim of this course is to analyse what happens to discrete information. At the end of

the course the students should be able to: 

▪ explain the concept of limit

▪ determine whether some simple sequences and series diverge or converge.

▪ apply the concept of limit to real life situation.


Course image ES 272 - Elements of Geospatial Science
All Combined Courses and Classes

Welcome to the course ES 272

The course will introduce you to the fundamental concepts of geospatial analysis and map interpretation. Technologies include geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), cartography, remote sensing, geovisualization and interpretation, Internet mapping, and spatial statistics. Explores how geospatial technologies and tools are used in data collection, analysis, presentation, and problem solving.


Course image GM/GL/MN/MR/PE/ES 460 Corporate Social Responsibility
All Combined Courses and Classes

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a business model in which companies integrate social and environmental concerns into their operations and interactions with stakeholders. It emphasizes sustainable development by delivering economic, social, and environmental benefits for all stakeholders. CSR activities include ethical business practices, philanthropy, community engagement, and environmental conservation. This course covers the principles of CSR, its impact on brand reputation and financial performance, and strategies for implementing effective CSR initiatives. Students will learn how to create CSR programs that align with business goals, drive positive change, and meet regulatory requirements.

Course image WEEKEND TOP-UP MC/EL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP
All Combined Courses and Classes

This Business Entrepreneurship course provides a comprehensive overview of the essential principles and practices of starting and managing a successful business. Students will explore key topics including opportunity recognition, business planning, financial management, marketing strategies, and operational efficiency. The course emphasizes practical application through case studies, interactive projects, and real-world examples. Students will also develop critical skills such as problem-solving, decision-making, and leadership. 

By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to launch their entrepreneurial ventures and navigate the challenges of the business world effectively.

Course image BASIC FRENCH II - MR/ES 142 (2024)
All Combined Courses and Classes

This course is designed to meet the French language needs of our future engineering professionals who have the prospects of working with international organisations, both locally and internationally. The course is, therefore, to help these future professionals to be able to develop basic communicative competencies both orally and in writing, in scientific, technological and general French, to be able to interact with their French speaking colleagues in real communication situations. The course is also designed to create and sustain the interest of engineering students in the French language for further development after their programmes of study, for academic and specific purposes.

Basic communicative concepts of the French language and culture introduced to students in the first semester, will be enhanced and built upon in this second semester.

"Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things."
Flora Lewis

Course image BASIC FRENCH II - EL/IS 142 (2024)
All Combined Courses and Classes

This course is designed to meet the French language needs of our future engineering professionals who have the prospects of working with international organisations, both locally and internationally. The course is, therefore, to help these future professionals to be able to develop basic communicative competencies both orally and in writing, in scientific, technological and general French, to be able to interact with their French speaking colleagues in real communication situations. The course is also designed to create and sustain the interest of engineering students in the French language for further development after their programmes of study, for academic and specific purposes.

Basic communicative concepts of the French language and culture introduced to students in the first semester, will be enhanced and built upon in this second semester.

"Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things."
Flora Lewis


Course image Engineering Drawing
All Combined Courses and Classes

Sectional views and standard conventions of sectional views. Curves of intersection of various planes and solids. Development of various solids like cylinders and spheres. Assembly drawings from both exploded views and working drawing views. Introduction to Computer-Aided Design

Course image CALCULUS
All Combined Courses and Classes

This course provides students with knowledge in the concept of limits, differentiation and integration.

Course image EC/LT 142 2024
All Combined Courses and Classes

This course is a continuation of BASIC FRENCH I. It is meant to help students build on the knowledge acquired in BASIC FRENCH I to be able to carry out basic communication activities in French. Reference will be made extensively to items studied in the previous semester. Therefore, assessments in this course may cover items discussed in EC/LT 141.