This course is intended for education students The course is designed to provide students with educational skills that will help them understand the social impacts on the educational system. It introduces students to the concept of society, sociology, sociology of education, socialization, social institutions, sociological theories, the role of education in society, the cultural context of the educational system, issues of education and social stratification, social criticism of trends in modern education, and Educational Innovation and reforms. The course also delves into the relationship between education and growth and the key issues surrounding it.
The course builds knowledge of learners on contemporary management theories and practices
that are relevant to the rapidly changing organizational environment. It includes the concept of
systems approach, contingency theory, leadership and decision making approaches and skills.
course will introduce to the students the basic managerial functions of
planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling resources, as well as
decision-making and managing change to accomplish organizational goals.
The systems concept of management and the role of the manager at each level of
the organization are emphasized. In addition, a special emphasis will be placed
on the skills that are necessary for a manager to be effective. The course will
involve an overview approach to covering the various concepts required for an
overall understanding of management’s role in the contemporary organization.
Management’s evolution as a distinct discipline will be covered
This course is an exploratory, first course in computer hardware systems and maintenance designed primarily for students in computer science. However, it also meets the need of students in other fields, as a course that provides hands-on training in the installation, configuration, optimization and upgrading of computer systems. As a practical course, the focus is to impart useful skills on the students in order to enhance ability to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain computer systems. Topics to be covered include introduction to computer systems, computer system parts, maintenance techniques, approaches and tools; diagnostic techniques; system assembly and installation; troubleshooting and repair of computer systems and accessories; portable computers, etc.
The course is designed to help students acquire basic knowledge on how to collect, analyse, interpret and present data with the purpose of research writing and application on the daily lives. Research methods and technique for social sciences, which have focus on the role of theories in research, and in the preparation of the thesis or research project. It introduces the students to the research process: the formulation and development of a research problem, objectives, hypothesis, significance of research, scope of study, limitations and de-limitations, review of literature, purpose of literature review, sources of literature review. the research methodology, research theory and theoretical framework procedures, methods of data collection, descriptive and inferential data analysis and data interpretation. The concepts of validity and reliability of research, significance of findings, including the degree of freedom are considered. Whenever possible, the student will be exposed to use of computers, data presentations, and ethical issues in research.
This course will transition you from working on a single computer to an entire fleet.
Systems administration is the field of IT that’s responsible for maintaining reliable
computers systems in a multi-user environment. In this course, you’ll learn about the
infrastructure services that keep all organizations, big and small, up and running. We’ll
deep dive on cloud so that you’ll understand everything from typical cloud infrastructure
setups to how to manage cloud resources. You'll also learn how to manage and configure
servers and how to use industry tools to manage computers, user information, and user
productivity. Finally, you’ll learn how to recover your organization’s IT infrastructure in
the event of a disaster.
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