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The activity classes will enhance students' knowledge of vocabularies and will help improve their social/people skills by interaction between each other by classwork, which include various pair work and group work activities.

The course is designed to increase student's confidence and ability and to enable them to operate at a good intermediate level. The emphasis is on integrating the four skills, increasing fluency through interactive communicative activities and improving accuracy through grammar focus and error analysis. Attention is also paid to vocabulary building and achieving clear intelligible pronunciation.

This module contains a variety of exercises that present and practice vocabulary, grammar, functions, speaking, pronunciation, listening, writing, and reading. Every unit in this textbook contains two cycles, each of which has a specific topic, grammar point, and function. The topics featured in each unit are contemporary and give a strong focus on both accuracy and fluency. The lessons encourage the students to participate using information from their own lives which makes the class more interactive.

This unit provides communicative approach addressing Academic English four skills to support individual's English proficiency. The pedagogy will utilize several instructional methods, emphasizing cooperative and collaborative interactive learning, as language is largely a social dynamic.

This unit will extend your project management knowledge, whilst developing your analytical and evaluative skills to enable you to efficiently and effectively manage projects.The unit explores the theory and principles of project management as applicable to the management of public/private, large/small, national and international projects.You will focus on contemporary practice in project management, informed by research within the Department. You will have the challenge of planning and managing a real life project with a client, including reflection and review on completion.

This unit develops your knowledge and understanding of the use of operations management in strategic and functional roles. You will learn about and appraise the importance of the management of operations and processes in business and apply core concepts of operations management. You will learn how operations management concepts and approaches influence the planning of operations, product and process design, control of enterprise systems, logistics and supply chain management. Using a mixture of lectures, seminar activities, case studies and independent reading, the unit will develop an appreciation of the importance and broad reach of operations management in all aspects of a company’s activities

The aims of the unit are to promote understanding of the importance of the role of strategy in organisational success. It aims to develop your understanding of the importance of choice in the design of effective strategy through which it is possible to create a unique value proposition and to enable firms to avoid direct win-lose competition. To achieve this, you will be enabled to develop your ability to work through complex issues in order to identify both current and future trends and to assess their potential impacts on both the industry and the business. You will also be enabled to make careful selection of the appropriate tools, frameworks and concepts of strategy in order to assess the appropriateness of strategies and by doing so develop a range of realistic and practical strategies for businesses. The unit focuses primarily on competitive strategy and therefore you will concentrate on five key themes:

      1. Strategy as choice
      2. Identifying trends and their potential impact on the business
      3. Understanding the importance of resources and capabilities in the implementation of strategy
      4. Strategy design
      5. Evaluating strategy

Strategy is the means by which an organisation is able to achieve its goals and achieve superior performance in the face of intense competition. In order to do this effectively firms must be able to create a value proposition that is sufficiently distinct to allow it to create a meaningful difference from its competition. In the modern context there is a concern that the business environment is too dynamic to allow for carefully planned strategies. Good strategic thinking therefore becomes even more relevant as business seek to create dynamic and flexible ways in which to create sustained value.

This unit combines a study of research skills with the development and support required for you to produce an excellent dissertation. The focus of the course is on business research with an emphasis on appreciating the application and strengths and weaknesses of commonly used research techniques. You will be guided on how to retrieve, use and correctly reference academic material; a critical skill required in your dissertation and other final year units.

This Unit aims develop your knowledge and skills to conduct sound academic research and/or practical project in Accounting using a range of methodological tools and approaches. Working independently as well as in a group setting, it aims to equip you with the technical skills to critically review prior research as well as plan your own research project in accordance with both academic and ethical standards.

The aim of the unit is to provide the knowledge and skills required for a financial manager in making financial and investment decision making. Financial Management is the study of the nature of all the decisions that financial managers make when running a corporate, profit-making organisation. However, since the array of decisions is wide and varied, the study of Financial Management focuses on those economic decisions that have a direct financial implication to the business and its shareholders. Through a process of both academic debate and practical application, you are expected to make boardroom level decisions and recommendations that enhance shareholder wealth.

This unit aims to develop knowledge and skills of the audit process and the assurance function in providing independent objective opinion that assures shareholders. Its content is informed to an extent by the curriculum of the ACCA’s paper F8 as those who are successful in this unit will be eligible for exemption. Audit is a process within an organization for the purposes of introducing, monitoring the effectiveness of, and updating control systems. In earlier times, 30 years ago, these control systems were directed towards maintaining the integrity of costing and financial data records, necessary for the compilation of the Annual Report and Accounts. The process of independent scrutiny of financial systems and information on behalf of shareholders is termed external audit.

The unit aims provide a thorough knowledge of accounting theory and practice in all areas identified for this course. At the same time you will cultivate personal skills and attributes essential for discharging financial reporting responsibility at a professional level. The financial reporting process is tightly constrained by law and pseudo-legal “standards” that provide guidance to the preparers of the accounts. This unit examines the financial reporting process and the primary vehicle to achieve this is the construction and interpretation of single entity and consolidated financial statements.

This unit provides in depth understanding of strategic, international and cross cultural HRM. This unit introduces you to the key concepts theories and current issues underlying international and comparative human resource management (IHRM) in a global context. Focus is placed upon the HRM strategies, policies and practices of multinational corporations (MNCs), public sector, voluntary sector and their approach to the management and development of human resources across borders. This unit further develops your knowledge and understanding of the currently accepted body of knowledge on the principles and practice of HRM and HRD, within employing organisations with regard for sectoral, national and international context.

The unit takes an integrated approach to critically assess the relationship between leadership, operations management, finance and information systems which is essential for adding value and achieving competitive advantage in contemporary organisations. The theme is ‘leadership’ with an emphasis on high performance work systems and the international management of innovation and change. Successful completion of the unit will give you a comprehensive and detailed overview of theory and practice and you will acquire a ‘toolkit’ that provides the potential for inspirational leadership and the effective management of organisational resources. Operations Management addresses issues such as quality, location process layout, capacity management, and scheduling and inventory management. Global sourcing and relocation are now commonplace and the competitive environment demands new ways of thinking about how to manage operations in a global context. Business and information systems facilitate decision-making and effective management across all functions. You will develop a thorough understanding of managerial accounting, corporate finance and cost management issues and the skills to investigate and question current financial management practices of international organisations.

This unit covers the field of strategic management and marketing. You will consider current issues and challenges facing directors, senior managers and entrepreneurs in guiding the long-term development of organisations. The objectives of organisations and the means of achieving these objectives through the mobilisation and deployment of assets and resources and the integration of the various functions of the organisation will be the focus of the unit. You will most specifically:

  • Develop and demonstrate expertise in understanding the global business environment in which the modern organisation operates;
  • Apply a range of skills in developing business and marketing strategies for different environments;
  • Build your skills in developing and evaluating strategies and marketing plans that harmonise the organisation’s objectives, capabilities and resources with the external opportunities of the market;
  • Understand global operations: business entry modes, opportunity analysis and market selection, global sourcing and off-shoring, and emerging economies;

Identify, categorise, and assess the factors determining the extent to which strategic and marketing implementation is appropriate for success.

The unit aims to enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of management and business as well as the skills essential to effective operation in a corporate, business, public sector or not for profit environment. It is a unit specifically designed to help your transition into the professional work environment.

Practice events are integral to the University of Bedfordshire Business School’s vision to take business education, research and practice in exciting new directions. Central to this vision is the aspiration to give you the skills and knowledge to find the career and future success you want. We aim to develop intelligent practitioners who imaginatively integrate theory and practice.  You will need to select and apply knowledge and principles you have learnt through the taught MBA units, experiential learning activities and challenges to develop an understanding of current realities in work organisations and be better placed as a future manager. This unit is specifically designed to help your transition into the professional work environment through combining academic rigour with practice skills: the behaviours, attributes and intent which give you immediate impact in the organisations you join. This produces individuals with the confidence and know-how to fit in and be effective from day one: managers who understand business context, and have the creativity, drive and focus to bring about change. The aim of this unit is to:

  • Enhance your transition to the workplace through experiential learning
  • Improve your personal, interpersonal and business skills
  • Develop your awareness of professional working practice and increase your employability

Relate the theories learnt in the earlier stages of the MBA to real-word business practice issues.

The central aim of this Unit is to provide you with a thorough understanding of the competitive global context in which firms operate and make decisions and to use a critically evaluative approach in order to explain the impact of economic policies on the behaviour of individuals, firms and institutions.

This unit gives an introduction to accounting principles. It covers the accounting elements of the financial statements, qualitative characteristics of useful accounting information, understanding the accounting elements of the balance sheet and basic accounting concepts underlying income statement, articulation of income statement, and purpose of cash flow statement and definition of profit and how it is determined.


This unit teaches the foundations of financial management, the goal of the firm, legal forms of business organization, role of financial manager in a corporation, the valuation of financial assets, the time value of money, the meaning and measurement of risk and return, the valuation and characteristics of stock. The primary objectives of financial management are to create wealth for the business, generate income, and return on investment base on the risk and resources investment. It also covers basics of the consumption and investment with and without capital markets, capital budgeting and valuation, risk and return and asset pricing models.

This unit introduces the context of the business firms and its interconnection to other subjects. It describes the nature and purpose of business in terms of what business do, what resources they need and who they are accountable to. It also covers various structures and classification of business organizations such as proprietary, partnership and public organizations and the way the firms finance the investment.




This unit introduces students with principles and concepts in the financial markets. It gives students why study financial markets and institutions, the overview of financial system, fundamentals of financial markets, fundamentals of financial institutions, money market, bond market, stock market, mortgage markets and foreign exchange market.




This unit provides participants with the statistical concept and techniques to apply in real-world and decision making problems. It teaches where, why and how to make the data collection, how to describe the collected data and how to describe data using numerical measures. It covers introduction to probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimating single population parameters, hypothesis tests and estimation for population variances.




This module conducts banking operations and procedures. It gives the understanding of common banking practices, basic mechanism and recent development of key banking products. It covers payment systems, financial conditions and pricing, order management, posting lock management, posting control, settlement, integration into accounting and bank statement.



This module will cover the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the business organizations.  It covers sales day book and sales ledger, purchases day book and purchases ledger, returns day books, the journal, the analytical petty cash book and the imprest system, employee' pay, computers and accounting, computerized accounting systems.

This module provides the concepts and skills required in management and organizations. Management is a dynamic discipline and this module reflects those changes to help prepare students to manage under those conditions. Topics cover includes defining the manager's terrain, planning and organizational structure and design and how to manage the change and innovation.


This unit introduces the conceptual understanding of the basic principles of finance and business. It gives introduction to the foundations of financial management, the goal of the firm, legal forms of business organization, role of financial manager in a corporation, the valuation of financial assets, the time value of money, the meaning and measurement of risk and return, the valuation and characteristics of stock.


It teaches the overview of financial system, money banking and financial markets. It gives the understanding of interest rates, behaviours of interest rates, the risk and term structure of interest rates, the stock markets, the banking the management of financial institutions, financial crises, the central banks and federal reserve system, the structure and competition of banking industry.


This module covers the introductory on the financial markets, securities, derivatives. In addition, it will also teaches the basic classification of the financial markets, money and capital markets, primary and secondary markets, debt and equity instruments, common and preferred stocks, coupon and discount bonds. It also covers valuation and financial assets and efficient markets, insider trading and speculative bubbles.


his module introduces what the economics is and why studies economics for business. It highlights problems faced by real business and shows how economics can help solve these decision problems. It covers understanding the firms and markets, competition and profitability and macroeconomics.


his unit provides participants with the statistical concept and techniques to apply in real-world and decision making problems. It teaches probability and probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimating single population parameters, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlations analysis.


This course provides students with the understanding of effective instructional techniques in business communication. It covers planning, writing & completing business messages, writing letters, memos, e-mail, and other brief messages and preparing reports and oral presentations.

Information technology has impacted banking operations and business substantially. It gives an introduction to ethics, customer service, the knowledge, skills and attitude of every banker needs to know in banking industry. Facilities such as Internet banking, ATM, mobile banking etc. are being used for serving customers. As banks adopt technology to meet challenges of customer service, the bank staff has to be technically competent. The module gives the bankers to face the challenges arising in advanced banking technology. It covers introduction electronic banking, electronic banking in practice, security in electronic banking and Internet banking products.


This module gives an introduction to human behaviour in the organizational setting and its managerial implications. It covers the world of organizational behaviour in terms of managing diversity, culture, socialization and mentoring, individual behaviour in organizations based on self-concept, personality, abilities and emotions, values attitudes and job satisfaction, group and social processes by learning team and teamwork, organizational processes concerned on tactics, leadership, empowerment and politics.


This module provides students how to approach decision making problems in a straightforward, logical way. It covers introduction to management science, linear programming models, network flow models, project management and non-linear programming models.


This module provides the concept of information systems in global business today. It covers organizations, management and the networked enterprise, global e-business and e-commerce, IT infrastructure and emerging technologies, key system applications for the digital ages and building and managing systems.


This module provides participants with concepts and models of investment and portfolio management. It covers asset pricing theories and performance measurement, bond portfolio management, derivative securities, taxes, stock valuation and market efficiency


This module will cover the nature of management accounting, the behaviour of costs, full costs and their uses, additional aspects of product costing, standard costs, variable costing systems, quality costs, and joint costs and management accounting system design. It is the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the organization. It is usually confidential and used by management in order to make business plans, implementation and to be able to control the organization's strategy and plan.


This module provides management theories by incorporating the perspectives of real-life managers. Students will get the experience management in action; understand how the concepts they are learning about work in today's business world. It covers introduction to management organizations, understanding management context, integrative managerial issues, decision making and change, planning and control, organizing and leading.


This module gives the required knowledge and techniques for financial management. The primary objectives of financial management are to create wealth for the business, generate income, and return on investment base on the risk and resources investment. It also covers principles of the consumption and investment with and without capital markets, introduction to capital budgeting and valuation, risk and return and asset pricing models.


This module provides fundamental concepts through the major tasks associated with marketing in an organization.It will cover the concept of marketing (creating and capturing customer value), analyzing the marketing environment, consumer markets and consumer buyer behavior, business markets and business buyer behavior.

This unit introduces the overview of human resources management. It covers the concept of managing human resources in today business, managing equal opportunity and diversity, strategic human resource management, recruiting and talent management, selecting employees, training and developingemployees, performance and talent management, and compensating employees.

This module provides the introduction to management and organizations. This module will cover who are managers and where they work, define management, describe what managers do, explain why it's important to study management, describe the new economy and how it's affecting the way organizations are managed, explain globalization and its impact on organizations, discuss how society's expectations are influencing managers and organizations, describe how the workforce is changing and its impact on the way organizations are managed, discuss trust as the essence of leadership, describe the factors that are reshaping and redefining management, discuss the foundations of decision making and foundations of planning.

This course will provide participants with a fundamental understanding of information technology to apply in today business world. The main objective of this course is to provide a conceptual and practical basis for student learning and pre-University foundation program. The course module will be including four major sections. These are managing IT in a digital world, computer systems, telecommunications and networking and the data resources. First section will discuss in detail the key concepts underlying today’s computer systems (hardware and software) and network technologies. The second section will covers on the basics of both computer hardware, the physical pieces of a computer system, and computer software, the set of programs that control the operations of the computer system. The Third section will focuses on the business need for networking, as influenced by the ever-evolving telecommunications industry. The Fourth section will describe issues related to managing the data resource in today’s organizations. This section focuses on data modeling and data architecture, including key principles in managing data, the role of metadata, tools for managing data, packaged data models, and data management processes and policies within organizations.

This unit gives an introduction to accounting principles. It covers the accounting elements of the financial statements, qualitative characteristics of useful accounting information, understanding the accounting elements of the balance sheet and basic accounting concepts underlying income statement, articulation of income statement, purpose of cash flow statement and definition of profit and how it is determined.

This module provides students with the understanding of effective instructional techniques in business communication. It will cover understanding business communications in today's workplace, three steps approaches as planning, writing, and completing business massages, crafting messages for electronic media and building careers and writing resume'.

This course provides the students

  • To learn management concepts

  • To see how the students relate to organizational success, as well as to the difficulties and challenges managers face

  • To teach the students the important concepts of management

  • To develop the students' ability to apply the management concepts through critical thinking

  • To develop the student's management skills in theirs personal and professional lives

  • To develop the critical-thinking skills that will need to apply the concepts

  • To develop the management skills that the students can use in their personal and professional lives, as both leaders and followers.

This module gives basic accounting principles. It covers the accounting elements of the financial statements, the financial statements of sole traders, books of original entry, adjustments for financial statements and special accounting procedures.

 

 

This module provides fundamental concepts through the major tasks associated with marketing to the strategic role of marketing in an organization. It will cover the nature and scope of marketing, identifying and selecting markets, the product, price, distribution, and promotion in sales and marking environment.

This module gives an introduction to human behavior in the organizational setting and its managerial implications. It covers the world of organizational behavior in terms of managing diversity, culture, socialization and mentoring, individual behavior in organizations based on self-concept, personality, abilities and emotions, values attitudes and job satisfaction, group and social processes by learning team and teamwork, organizational processes concerned on tactics, leadership, empowerment and politics. 

 


This course provides students with the understanding of effective instructional techniques in business communication. It covers planning, writing & completing business messages, writing letters, memos, e-mail, and other brief messages and preparing reports and oral presentations.

This module provides participants with a fundamental understanding of information technology and information systems management. Topics covered in this module include information technology, the Internet, the web, hardware & software, databases, system analysis & design and communication and networks.  



This module presents the introduction to human resource management. It covers supervisors as managers, equal opportunity in the workplace, creating a positive work climate, developing job expectations, recruiting and selecting applicants, team work and team building, evaluating performances, planning and organizing, communicating effectively, decision making, problem solving and controlling and motivating.






This module introduces what the economics is and why studies economics for business. It highlights problems faced by real business and shows how economics can help solve these decision problems. It covers understanding the firms and markets, competition and profitability and macroeconomics. This course covers all the fundamental concepts in Economics.






This module provides the introduction to management and organizations. Management is a dynamic discipline and this module reflects those changes to help prepare students to manage under those conditions. Topics cover includes defining the manager's terrain , planning and organizational structure and design and how to  manage the change and innovation.






This module provides participants with a fundamental understanding and conceptual framework of operations management for manufacturing services. Topics covered in this module include: operations management in today's business environment, process decisions, facility decisions, aggregate planning and inventory decisions and daily operational decisions.   


This module presents the overview of strategic management, strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation. It covers the nature of strategic management, the business vision and mission, the external and internal assessment, strategies in action, strategy analysis and choice, implementing strategies with management and operations issues, marketing, finance/accounting and MIS issues, strategy review, evaluation and control.



This module introduces the processes of new venture creation and critical knowledge needed to manage the business once it is firmed. It covers most essential issues involved in starting and managing a successful new business venture. Topics include nature and importance of entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial mind-set, creativity, the business idea, intellectual property and other legal issues, the business plan, marketing plan, organization and financial plans, strategies for growth and managing, growing and ending the new venture.





This module gives the advanced topics in organizational setting and its managerial implications. It focuses dynamics of group and social process in organizational culture. It explores the complex ideas for understanding communication in the digital age, influence tactics, empowerment, and politics, leadership, organizational design, effectiveness and innovation, managing change and stress.





This course introduces student with principles and concepts in the financial markets.It gives students to understand the importance of financial markets and institutions.It will provide students why study financial markets and institution.Topic to be covered included:overview of financial system,fundamentals of financial markets and institutions,money market,bond market,stock market,mortgage markets and foreign exchange market,financial crisis in advanced economics and developing market economics.

References:

1. Frederic & Mishkin,Stanley Eakins,Financial Market and Institutions,7th Edition,2012,Prentice Hall.ISBN-10:0-13-213683-X ISBN-13:978-0-13-213683-9

2. Kohn,M.,Money,Banlcuip and Financial Markets,The Dryden Press 1991

3. Mishkin,F.S,The Economics of Money,Banking and Financial Market 8th Edition.Pearson,2007

Students develop a basic understanding of business finance which deals with how organizations effectively manage their operating and fixed assets and fund them with an optimal mix of debt and equity financing. Topics include financial statement analysis; financial forecasting; working capital management and short-term borrowing; valuing financial assets; cost of capital; capital budgeting and risk; capital markets and sources of long-term financing; dividend policy; and foreign exchange.

This module will cover the nature of management accounting, the behavior of costs, full costs and their uses, additional aspects of product costing, standard costs, variable costing systems, quality costs, and joint costs and management accounting system design.  It is the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the organization.  It is usually confidential and used by management in order to make business plans, implementation and to be able to control the organization's strategy and plan.  

This course will cover how conventional business processes, revenue model, business model could be changed using Information Technology.

This module gives a good understanding of quantitative techniques and how and when to use them as a business manager. It covers the use of quantitative techniques by business, the role of quantitative techniques in business, models in quantitative decision making, the tools of the trade, presenting management information, management statistics, probability and probability distributions, decision making under uncertainty.

This module focus on understanding services marketing in people, technology and strategy view. It covers understanding service markets, products, and customers, building the service model, managing the customer interface and implementing profitable service strategies.

This course aims to provide students with theoretical perspectives and related course concepts for the study of organizational processes and issues.

This  course aims to stimulate learners' awareness and interest in management within a study framework, as well as in the real cut-and-trust of the business world.The course also aims to hone learners' skills in observation, evaluation and analysis of controversies and dilemmas facing managers in various types of organizations. Finally, the course aims to develop learners' ability to formulate independent opinions on a wide range of global issues in management.

This course aims to develop in learners a through understanding of : the marketing research process; research design; data collection and measurement; sampling design; and data analysis, interpretation, and presentation.

This course aims to develop learners' awareness of the linkages between strategic business imperatives, human resource management strategies and their implementation. It provides learners with an understanding of the importance of external and internal organizational environments and how they shape the management of human resources. The course also enhances learners' understanding of the linkage between a strategic approach to managing human resources and successful organizational performance.

This course aims to enhance students' ability to view business as an integrated whole. It provides students with understanding of the factors that contribute to the long-term performance of a business, and introduces various tools and frameworks for strategic analysis and management. The course also helps students to better comprehend the ways that business entities can develop and maintain competitive advantages.

This course aims to introduce learners to the concepts of marketing in the business environment, and to provide them with the opportunity to apply marketing principles, theories and concepts in real cases based on the organizational objectives and other reasonable conceptual frameworks faced by marketers. The course also aims to equip learners with the skills to develop a marketing plan within the Hong Kong marketplace.

This course aims to provide students with core concepts, frameworks and tools used by marketers when analysing, interpreting and predicting consumer responses to marketing efforts, and the opportunity to apply these in marketplace situations.

This course aims to equip students with an understanding of relevant tools, techniques, theories and frameworks needed by marketers to develop an integrated marketing communications (IMC) strategy and a corresponding promotional mix.

This course will provide the fundamental essential mathematics for engineering foundation students. The course aims to provide a conceptual and practical basis for student learning and pre-University foundation program.

A modular short course on socializing, telephoning, presentations, meetings and negotiation over a 12 week period, with two sessions per week of 90 minutes class time.   There are 15 units which develop particular vocabulary for each communication area with exercises and activities, such as role-play, and mock business presentations.    The five modules can be studied consecutively as a conventional course.

The unit of study aims to provide students with mathematical knowledge and skills needed to support their concurrent and subsequent engineering and science studies. The unit includes the following topics; complex numbers, hyperbolic functions, matrix algebra, linear equations, limits, series, and integration. MATLAB laboratory teaching is introduced to the students where they learn how to plot simple graphs, solve linear systems, find eigenvalues, and eigenvectors, and perform numerical integration.

This course covers the foundation in Chemistry with focus on essential theories and concepts applied generally in undergraduate Engineering courses. The objective of this course is to gain fundamental knowledge and understanding, rational evaluation and application of the concepts and theories in chemistry which link to the respective Engineering Courses.

This course will cover the basic tools, principles, theories and concepts in Physics with a focus on the process by which knowledge of the natural world is constructed. The main objective of this course is to make the students realize and understand many real world phenomena and to stay actively engaged in the process of developing ideas and applying them.





The course is designed to increase student's confidence and ability and to enable them to operate at a good intermediate level. The emphasis is on integrating the four skills, increasing fluency through interactive communicative activities and improving accuracy through grammar focus and error analysis. Attention is also paid to vocabulary building and achieving clear intelligible pronunciation.


This unit provides fundamental essential mathematics for engineering foundation students. The unit aims to provide a conceptual and practical basis for student learning and pre-University foundation program.  This unit begins by reviewing the concepts that deal with numbers and symbols this will enable students to develop topics in algebra, an understanding of which is essential for progress in other areas such as geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. Students will practice the examples and exercises illustrate the application of mathematics in engineering filed.

This module provides the problem solving skills of engineering mathematics. Students will learn the solid knowledge of principles, methods, results and clear view of what engineering mathematics is. It covers Complex Analysis such as Complex Numbers and Functions, Complex Differentiation, Complex Integration, Power Series, Taylor Series, Laurent Series, Residue Integration, Conformal Mapping, Complex Analysis and Potential Theory, and Numerics for ODEs and PDEs in Numeric Analysis. These generalize the familiar real functions of calculus.




The course is designed to increase student's confidence and ability and to enable them to operate at a good intermediate level. The emphasis is on integrating the four skills, increasing fluency through interactive communicative activities and improving accuracy through grammar focus and error analysis. Attention is also paid to vocabulary building and achieving clear intelligible pronunciation.


This module provides the range of mathematical skills that are relevant to study in engineering at degree level. The module is studied during the first year of undergraduate engineering courses. Delivery is by a combination of lectures and tutorial sessions. It covers plane analytic geometry, the derivative, applications of derivative, integration, applications of integration, differentiation of transcendental functions, methods of integration, partial derivatives and double integrals, Taylor series and integrating combinations in differential equations.

The course is designed to increase student's confidence and ability and to enable them to operate at a good intermediate level. The emphasis is on integrating the four skills, increasing fluency through interactive communicative activities and improving accuracy through grammar focus and error analysis. Attention is also paid to vocabulary building and achieving clear intelligible pronunciation.


This course is to understand the hardware operation of digital computers. It also offers the students computer architecture associated with computer hardware, the various digital components, architecture of the central processing unit, architecture input-output and memory, the concept of multiprocessing, pipeline and vector processing and reduced instruction set computer ( RISC).

This course provides an introduction to modern digital system and their related topics. This concepts of number systems in computer, combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, counters, synchronous circuits, asynchronous circuits, memory devices, input-output devices, computer hardware.

This course provides an introduction to modern digital system and their related topics. This concepts of number systems in computer, combination logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, counters, synchronous circuits, asynchronous circuits, memory devices, input-output devices, computer hardware.





Programming allows to discover more creative solutions and creative innovation. It leads productivity boost for the students. The objective of teaching programming languages is to provide students with ability to write programs that are useful to for electronic engineering students. The programming course works include concept of programming and fundamental programming techniques that are essential in solving problems. After completion of the course, the students must be able to understand how to code a programming in computers. They attain logical thinking and problem-solving skills that are necessary for electronic engineers. They are able to gain some practical experiences of the programming languages in their course works. They become proficient in basic programming skills as the primary language.


This course is to introduce the basic concepts of microelectronic circuits. Brief semiconductor physics and the operational principals of active circuit elements such as diode, BJT, MOSFET are provided. Fundamental circuits of amplifiers using BJT and MOSFET, and also basic circuits using diodes are covered with the SPICE (circuit simulator) simulation.

This course is a continuation of the previous course EE 2102 Circuit Theory. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental theory and mathematics for the analysis of Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits, frequency response and transfer functions of circuits. The course also includes circuit theorem and reduction techniques, domain analysis, phasor analysis, basic filtering principles and applications, derivation of transient responses of RC and RL circuits, steady state response of circuits to sinusoidal excitation in time domain, application of phasors to circuit analysis and AC steady-state analysis.

This course is to make the students competent in analyzing dc circuits and performing basic electrical measurements to verify circuit concepts. In this course, you will be introduced to the basic concepts and definitions of currents, voltages, power, and energy. You will learn the voltage current relationship of basic electronic circuit elements apply Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws to circuits in order to determine voltage, current and power in branches of any circuits excited by dc voltages and current sources. Also the students will learn how to apply simplifying techniques to solve dc circuit problems using basic circuit theorems and structured methods like node voltage and mesh current analysis.

This course attempts to provide a unified overview of the data and computer communications. This course is organized into six categories; overview; application protocols; transport protocol; internet protocol; internet routing; network and link layers.


This course is to introduce the fundamental concepts of applies electromagnetic by emphasizing physical understanding and practical applications in electronics. It deals with the study of vector algebra and calculus, static electric and magnetic fields and time varying electromagnetic fields.

This course is to introduce discrete-time signals and systems and their related. This course offers students sampling theorem, Z-transform, structures for discrete-time systems, Filter design techniques, the discrete Fourier transform and its computation.

This course is to introduce the design, implementation, measurement and testing of basic electronic circuits including diodes, MOSFETs and bipolar transistors. This course will focus on application of EWB MultiSim and ORCAD Pspice computer tools to the introductory study of electronic circuits. Laboratory activities include the design, computer simulation, implementation and analysis of electronic circuits. On the basic of Electronic Circuit I and II, you should have a good understanding of semiconductor transistors and the related analog circuits. You should be familiar with the operation principles of MOSFETs and BJTs, single-sage and multi-stage amplifiers, frequency response, feedback, differential amplifier, optical component, limiter, filter, power supply and fundamental design of operational amplifiers (OP-Amps).

This course provides an introduction to analog communications systems and theory. Topics include: Review of Signals and Linear Systems, Amplitude modulations and demodulations (DSB_SC; DSC-LC, QAM), Angle modulations and demodulations (FM and PM; Carson’s rule; Generation and demodulation of FM), Probability and Random Process (Random variable and random process, Autocorrelation and power spectral density, Random process passing through linear filter, Gaussian random variable and process, White Gaussian noise), Noise in Analog Systems (SNR analysis for different modulation schemes).

This course is to introduce the design, implementation, measurement and testing of basic electronic circuits including diodes, MOSFETs and bipolar transistors. This course will focus on application of EWB MultiSim and ORCAD Pspice computer tools to the introductory study of electronic circuits. Laboratory activities include the design, computer simulation, implementation and analysis of electronic circuits. On the basic of Electronic Circuit I and II, you should have a good understanding of semiconductor transistors and the related analog circuits. You should be familiar with the operation principles of MOSFETs and BJTs, single-sage and multi-stage amplifiers, frequency response, feedback, differential amplifier, optical component, limiter, filter, power supply and fundamental design of operational amplifiers (OP-Amps).

This course is to introduce the practical concepts of microelectronic circuits. Some applied circuits of cascade, current mirror and differential pairs are provided in this course. The concept of frequency response, stability and feedback are covered. The circuit technique of output stage, power amplifier and analog filter are also provided with the SPICE (circuit simulator) simulation.

This course provides the fundamentals of signal and system analysis, focusing on representations of discrete-time and continuous-time signals (singularity functions, complex exponentials and sinusoidal, Fourier representations, Laplace and Z transforms, sampling) and representations of linear, time-invariant systems (difference and differential equations, system functions, convolution, impulse responses, transfer functions).

This course is to provide an understanding of electromagnetic waves and their applications. It deals with the study of plane wave, wave propagations; reflections and transmissions in normal and oblique incidence, transmission lines, impedance matching using Smith chart, and antennas applied in wireless communication. 

Whether you go on to further study or into employment one of the most important skills expected in an Honours Graduate is the ability to work autonomously. This unit is an ideal vehicle for the development of that skill. You will typically implement the project proposal developed during the unit CIS013-3 Research Methods and Emerging Technologies (an alternative approach will be agreed with the unit coordinator and your project supervisor if you haven’t successfully completed CIS013-3 yet). Although you will be working independently, you are expected to arrange regular meetings with your supervisor to guide and support you. You will apply coherently your technical, analytical, practical and managerial skills during your project development.

This unit will explore the notion of electronic systems, their controls and how sensors play an important role in managing and controlling many of today’s embedded systems. The aim of the unit is to develop your knowledge and skills in relation to the specification, design, implementation and testing of electronic systems. The unit will explore the elements of control (including programming and monitoring of electronic systems), the wider concepts of feedback and feed-forward in the control of autonomous systems and the exploration of sensors to allow for the independent monitoring and control of embedded systems.

This unit is designed for you to prepare for your honours project utilizing your subject experience from the first two years of your study. You will also asked to contextualize your project idea within current or emerging technologies, typically underpinned by academic publications and to do systematic market research that will equip you with a sound strategy on how to implement your honours project.

This unit introduces students to research and the methodologies used to underpin scientific work, data analysis, hypothesises establishment and artefact validation in understanding research in an appropriate subject discipline. The material in this unit is carefully designed to meet students’ needs and requirements for their programme of study along with essential project management skills to support their research activities. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of tools, techniques, methodologies and processes in the field of project management which encapsulate both modern and traditional approaches as an essential preparation for the dissertation stage. The unit also draws on expertise from other departments within the university including library services, the careers and employability service and the English language centre to support students in the best possible way.

This unit provides participants with a fundamental understanding of the civil engineering field and the basis of the construction technology. Topics covered in this module are introduction to construction engineering, managerial understanding of engineering construction projects, earthwork, substructure, drainage works, reinforced concrete work, tunnel construction, pavement work, dam construction, landscape construction and lighting LTD.



In this unit, students will learn the CAD as practical lesson. This includes Excel, technique of Architectural CAD, and the technique of Sketch-up. In addition, the basic concept and command of Architectural BIM (Building Information Modeling) are learned. It covers the basics 2D and 3D AutoCAD drawings, Fundamental figure, furniture drawing, text & sheet, door & window drawing, kitchen utensils drawing, stairs drawing, dimension, block, layer, measurement and plot. 



Engineering Geology is the application of the science of geology to the understanding of geologic phenomena and the engineering solution of geologic hazards and other geological problems for society. Site investigation for major structures such as dams,factories and heavy buildings is one of the main parts of engineering applications. Others include earth material characterization, exploration and assessment of construction materials and assessment of difficult grounds, expansive and collapsible soils. The obtained information can be presented in a form of engineering geological maps,which is essential in several projects.

This unit gives the principles of dynamics mechanics and shows them how representative engineering problems can be formulated and solved. On completion of the module, students will be able to demonstrate and understanding of kinematics of particle in dynamics 2 and 3 Dimension, dynamic analysis of simple engineering systems.

This module introduces the philosophy, theory and key concepts of sustainable development in relation to the built environment. Students analyse the potential impacts of engineering design and construction on both the environment and society, and examine the implications of climate change, international protocols and the low-carbon agenda on engineering design, construction and operation. Principles of sustainable water management and Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) are also examined and design principles of infiltration systems introduced.



This modules introduce students with idea, principles and methods of architecture and drawing practices. It covers techniques of architectural representation through a series of drawing and model making assignments. It covers fundamentals of architecture,elements of architecture, the design process, material of architecture and architectural practice and communications.

This module provides students with strong understanding of materials behavior and response (deformation, stresses and failure) due to various loading conditions (axial, torsion, bending, and shear) applied individually or in combinations to structural members. After successful completion of the module, the student will be able to calculate deformation, strain and stress that develop in materials when subjected to various loading conditions (axial, torsion, bending, shear, and combined loading), design and verify the design of simple structural members, analyze simple indeterminate members by using equilibrium and compatibility equations, and demonstrate skills in problem solving and analytical thinking.

This course gives fundamental practical skills for construction management area, temporary work, earthwork, concrete work, masonry, cement, construction , paint and interior work, wood work, window construction, steel and structure construction, curtain wall construction, waterproof construction, roof and drainage construction, building construction planning, building codes, construction equipment and other learning areas through the construction of the overall project aims to understand and analyse.


This module aims to provide the student with a clear and thorough presentation of the theory and application of engineering mechanics. It also aims to develop a strong understanding of materials behavior and response due to various and compatibility equations, and demonstrate skills in problem solving and analytical thinking. After successfully completing this module, the students will be able to understand the behavior of the particles and bodies under forces based on the Newton's Laws. The course will cover the statics behavior of the particles and rigid bodies under loads. The problem solving skill of the students will be greatly improved through the exercises and examples.



This unit gives an overview of construction materials, their use and management in civil engineering applications. The course focuses on the earthmoving materials, estimating earthwork volume, excavating and lifting equipment and compaction equipment. The lecture provides an explanation of the foundation work, concrete formwork system and concrete and steel construction work. It also covers construction management topics such as planning and scheduling, construction economics and contract construction, construction safety and health and equipment maintenance.

This course will provide the introduction of drawing covering fundamental soft interpreting construction drawings. The course aims to give the drawing skills required by the civil and architectural engineers by examining various construction documents including drawings, details, graphic standards, section, and quantities for competitive bidding of projects.

This module introduces the basics of land surveying technological equipment that may be encountered. All basic survey equipment that may be encountered on site is identified and demonstrated. This course begins with the premise that the student is unfamiliar with current surveying technology and methodologies and is therefore designed to introduce the basics of land surveying technology. All basic survey equipment that may be encountered on site is identified and demonstrated.

This course will provide the fundamentals of thinking in concept, and how to design a building inspired by that concept. This course aims to give the students the skills required to think creatively, and to look and understand the world around them. Skills acquired will comprise of drawings, 3d modeling, graphic editing and verbal and visual presentations. In addition, students will practice these skills hands on in class, and create architectural presentations including 2d, 3d and posters to explain their work.

The main objective of this course is to provide students with firm understanding of the design of reinforced concrete members and structures through a thorough grounding in the basic performance of materials and structural behaviour under loading, Topics covered in this course will include: fundamental behavior of reinforced concrete; basis for design code and specification; flexural analysis and design of beams; shear and diagonal tension in beams; bond, anchorage, and development length; design of short columns; analysis and design of slabs; and design of footings and foundations.