- Teacher: Armin Aragoncillo
- The basics of drawing.
- Drawing tools.
- Sheets and layouts.
- Scaling, sectioning, and dimensioning.
- Projection (e.g. orthographic, perspective etc.).
- Geometrical construction.
- The planes (e.g. auxiliary).
- The course carries a total of three credit hours. While the meeting hours include lectures and tutorials.
- Teacher: Khalid Sheikhidris Mohamed
Introduction to Programming course is an introductory part of C++ programming language. This manual contains discussions that will allow students to further enhance the knowledge they acquired in the foundation of programming as well as their lecture class by providing brief discussion and sample programs
The Strategic Knowledge Management I will allow students to understand basics of strategic management
like the nature of SM, the business vision and mission, the external and
internal assessment ,strategies in action, strategy analysis and choice, Implementing
Strategies: Management, Operations, and Human Resource Issues, Implementing Strategies:
Marketing, Finance/ Accounting, R&D, and MIS Issues , Strategy
Review, Evaluation, and Control.
The course will consist of assigned
reading, weekly lectures, seatwork, quizzes, midterm exam and final exam.
Introduction to Programming is a course introductory part of C++ programming language. This course contains discussions that will allow students to further enhance the knowledge they acquired in the foundation of programming as well as their lecture class by providing brief discussion and sample programs.
The course will provide an opportunity for participants to establish or advance their understanding of research through a critical exploration of research language, ethics, and approaches. The course introduces the language of research, ethical principles and challenges, and the elements of the research process within quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches. Participants will use these theoretical underpinnings to begin to critically review the literature relevant to their field of interests and determine how research findings are useful in forming their understanding of their work, social, local, and global environment.
- Teacher: Mohammed Kanona
English 2 is a two-unit credit course designed to enhance the writing and reading skills of students specifically in writing letters, comprehending short paragraphs, as well as translating short paragraphs, and reading dialogues. Furthermore, the course also covers the voice of the verb in its past form.
This course hones students’ reading and writing skills for academic study that also provide an avenue to build their vocabulary. Furthermore, the course equips students with effective
techniques in writing descriptive compositions; it engages them to craft
writing output with an effectively clear thesis; it creates cohesive body of the paragraph and clear conclusion.
- Teacher: Batoul Babiker