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SUSTAINABLE TOURISM exposes students to the techniques in managing tourism resources and ways to reduce the negative impact of tourism development. Students are exposed to the topics on sustainable development progress such as conservation and preservation, carryingcapacity, environmental impact assessment and visitor management techniques that are used to minimise the negative impact caused by tourism activities. Students are also required to organize activities to enhance their understanding of sustainable tourism knowledge in tourism industry.
VISITOR INTERPRETATION SERVICES covers the basic concepts and application of interpretation services in tourist and visitor attraction. It includes the principles, competencies, methodologies, and planning elements in interpretation services for visitors and tourists. Students are required to plan and accomplish interpretation assignments and project.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY discusses the importance of cultural awareness and sensitivity in effective human resources management practices in the hospitality industry. The course examines the increasing cultural diversity found in both the consumer and employee populations and how managers can address different cultural needs of the relevant populations. Students will also be exposed to the issues of various cultures and ethnic communities.
FUNDAMENTALS OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY exposes students to the profile, complexity and interrelation of tourism and hospitality sectors, including the significance of tourism to the host and global community. Students are also introduced to the career, academic and entrepreneurial prospects which exist in the industry. The reality of workplace demands and employability skills to ensure success in the tourism and hospitality profession are also shown. Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through contextual visits and talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
Technical and production management in event
DESIGN AND LAYOUT FOR FOODSERVICE FACILITIES exposes students to the fundamental of planning and designing a proper foodservice establishment. Students are exposed to planning, basic design, space analysis and pre-selection of equipment. Emphasis is given to the design and layout placement, for the front and back of the establishment
FOOD AND BEVERAGE COST CONTROL contains various elements of costs associated with food and beverage industry. Students are taught to calculate the cost of food and beverage. They are also introduced to the concept of menu pricing, break-even and budgeting. This course also emphasizes production control system associated with cost control techniques.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE COST CONTROL contains various elements of
associated with food and beverage industry. Students are taught to calculate the cost of food
and beverage. They are also
to the concept of menu pricing, break- even and budgeting. This course also emphasizes on production control system associated
with cost control techniques.
Consumer Behaviour is a social psychology applied to consumption situations. This situation includes buying, selling, using and disposing consumer goods and services.
Students should possess a working knowledge of attitude, perception, consumer's decision making process and external factors that influence consumer behavior.
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR provides students with the knowledge and exposure to the method used in maintenance and repair of electrical equipment. It emphasizes on maintaining electric powered equipment. It also demonstrates knowledge and understanding of electrical schematic diagram and adheres to all safety procedures, regulations for maintaining and display good practices by considering sustainable energy practices.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE course expose students to the basic construction, principle of operation and control of various type of motor and generator. This course provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to solve various problem related to motors and generators.
POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION is aimed to provide students with the knowledge and exposure to the electrical power equipment protection. The course focuses on the common protection system applied to power distribution system, switching equipment and their operation. This course also introduces the methods of selecting suitable protection equipment based on fault current and apparent power calculations.
The part where we learn about SCR, GTO, TRIAC & IGBT. Also a little about FET and BJT. Also about BOBA FETT.
MOTOR CONTROL & DRIVES course provides the student with the knowledge of the principle operations and applications of motor control and electrical drives. This course covers the methods of speed control and braking methods for ac and dc motors. Emphasis is given on principle operation, characteristic curve and solving the related problems.
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS is designed to provide students with the knowledge
related to AC of electrical circuits. It emphasized on the principles of an alternating
current AC waveform and sinusoidal steady state circuit analysis. This course also
covers the applications of three phase system and operation of various types of
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY course will introduce students to the principles
related to DC electrical circuits. It covers the fundamental laws, theorems and circuit
techniques of the electrical technology basic fundamental. This course also covers
inductor, capacitor, magnetic and electromagnetic circuits.
MEASUREMENT DEVICES introduces students to the basic concept of electrical instrument and measurement. It covers the basic principles of measurement, safety precautions and meter calibration. Students will also use measurement devices such as analogue meters, DC meters, analogue and digital multimeter, oscilloscopes, signal generators and power meters during practical session. This course also covers the basic concept and simple application of DC Bridge
INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS exposes students to the process of creating interactive multimedia presentations including the role of and design of multimedia system which incorporate digital audio, graphics and video, underlying concepts and representations of sound, pictures and video, data compression and transmission, integration of media, multimedia authoring and delivery of multimedia. Students will produce a final digital interactive multimedia projects.
technology. The course focuses on the basic knowledge of hardware component,
wireless communication technologies and wireless sensor network. Green network in
Internet of Things will help student to exploits on environmental conservation and
surveillance to minimize the cost and power consumption in development of project
EMBEDDED SYSTEM APPLICATIONS cover the basic concept and application of microcontroller system based on Peripheral Interface Controller (PIC). Student will learn software and hardware development on PIC16F/PIC18F microcontroller development system and understand how to do interfacing with external devices using suitable internal chip features. Students are exposed to the new microcontroller Unit (MCU) simulation software such as Proteus.
COMPUTER NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS introduce students to the concepts
and principles of data transmission and computer networks. This course enables
students to correctly use standard terminology in describing the main Local Area
Network (LAN) topologies, hardware and software components used in networking.
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to build a network
infrastructure using copper cabling, and wireless devices wisely. Students also learn
to troubleshoot and secure the network.
FUNDAMENTAL PROGRAMMING course provides the skills necessary for the effective of application of computation and computer programming in engineering applications. Students will develop their programming skills through a variety of assignments and labs and by reviewing case studies and example programs. The learning outcome is proficiency in writing small to medium programs in a procedural programming language.
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION introduces student to the basic of wireless communication includes several specialized topics.Students are expose to wireless networking, evolution of mobile communication, cellular network channels, techniques used to enhance capacity and speed, interference's, radio wave propagation and multiple access techniques.This course also exposes the student to the awareness of wireless technology to the health and environmental.
DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING exposes the student to the principle of data communication and networking. This course covers basic concept of data communication and networking fundamental for a quality data transmission. Students are expose to Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Model and Network Protocol. Students are also introduced to Local Area Network and public digital network.
FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEM introduces students to the basic
concept of fiber optic in communication systems with environmental sustainability.
This course covers fiber optic characteristics, components in fiber optic system,
losses in fiber optic cable and the fundamental concept of optical measurement. This
course also provides knowledge in splicing techniques with safety awareness,
multiplexing techniques and design consideration in fiber optic communication link.
TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK provides students with the basic knowledge of telecommunication network of Next Generation Networks (NGN). This course focuses on NGN architectures, protocols and services, including technologies and regulation. Students are also expose to NGN convergence between the traditional telecommunications and the internet to facilitate voice and data communications.
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS introduces the students to the basic concepts of communication system. This course covers the principles of communications, analog and digital modulation techniques, multiplexing and transmission medium. It also covers basic data communication.
SIGNAL & SYSTEM provides knowledge on the signals and systems, the Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) systems, the Laplace transform the z-transform and Fourier analysis. The course focuses on the mathematical description of signals and systems, the input-output relationship for Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) systems, the Laplace transform and z-transform and their application techniques for analysing the systems and Fourier analysis of signals and systems. In conclusions, this course forms the foundation for further studies in areas such as communication, signal processing and control system.
COMPUTER AIDED ELECTRICAL DRAWING provides knowledge and exposure on the usage of AutoCAD software. The course focuses on the application of the software to produce drawings of graphics, electrical / electronic component symbols, circuit schematics and electrical wiring layout diagram. The skills acquired from this course will also equip students with the ability to learn and use other similar software.
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS emphasizes the concept of electronic devices applications. The course covers the fundamental electronic circuit applications which include power supply unit, filters, operational amplifier, timer, oscillator and AD/DA converters. The contents cover circuit configurations, operations and applications of the electronic circuits.
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS introduces the theories on the basic of digital systems. This course emphasizes on the digital system fundamentals and applications. This course mainly covers number systems, code systems, logic gates, Boolean operations, flip-flops, counters and registers.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REPAIR provides the knowledge and skills on troubleshooting and repairing the electronics equipment. This course focuses on the identification of faults in regulated dc power supply, audio equipment and television system. This course also provides knowledge and skills on troubleshooting and repairing broken cell phones.
THE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION explains advantages and disadvantages of using
automation along with a description of the classification systems. It also gives students
an understanding of modern industrial automation technology.
Concrete is strong in Compression but weak in tension. Tensile Strength of concrete can be increase by providing steel inside concrete according to requirement. So, it can be define as:
“Reinforced Concrete is a combined substance in which concrete forms a layer surrounding Steel and also, concrete and steel both are hardly bonded to each other is termed as Reinforced Concrete (RC).”
steel design, or more specifically, structural steel design, is an area of structural engineering used to design steel structures. These structures include schools, houses, bridges, commercial centers, tall buildings, warehouses, aircraft, ships and stadiums. The design and use of steel frames are commonly employed in the design of steel structures. More advanced structures include steel plates and shells.
ENGINEERING SURVEY 2 covers the knowledge and understanding about control survey, detail survey, data collection or acquisition, calculation and plotting of survey works. The course emphasis on the method used to carry out surveying works especially data collection or acquisition to produce plan based on the scope of work. It also gives exposure to the need for accurate data to be used for other surveying work.
CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIAL course is designed to equip students with a comprehensive knowledge and skills related to construction materials used in civil engineering. It will emphasize on types and function of cement, aggregates, water and admixtures in concrete, properties of fresh and hardened concrete, concrete mix design and manufacturing concrete on site. This course also focuses on the properties of timber, types and characteristic of brick and concrete block, steel and non-steel, the types and function of building finishes materials and the introduction to building elements.