• High Performance Computing in Physics I
  • The module Introduction to Media and Communication aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the fields of media and the interaction between media and other systems
  • FLM DFA 2003 Auditing Priniciples and Practices
  • FOS- SCI 1010
  • Module BIOL3208(5) - Virology

    The aim of this module is to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of essential concepts in virology such as virus replication strategies, the mechanisms by which viruses cause cancer, molecular approaches to the development of viral vaccines, viral chemotherapy and host defense mechanisms during viral infection.
  • Transportation involves the movement of goods and vehicles from an origin to a destination, with prime objective being economics. Transportation planning is a collaborative process (with various stakeholders), involving the integration of future policies, transportation goals, investments and designs to prepare for future needs to move people and goods to destinations. Transportation planners apply a multi-modal and/or comprehensive approach to analysing the wide range of alternatives and impacts on the transportation system to influence beneficial outcomes. In this module, you will learn concepts related to traffic and transportation planning and management.
  • Quantitative Methods for BSc Production and Operations Management
  • ELEC 1107(1) - 16 ECSA credits

    Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    Faculty of Engineering

  • FOA AGRI 1035 Agronomy and Horticultural Crop Production 1

    Agronomy and Horticultural Crop Production 1 (AGRI 1035) module is a 45 hours lecture and 60 hours practical module which will be delivered on a blended mode: Semester 1 by Mr. Navindra BOODIA(NB) by conventional face to face classroom interactions, Semester 2 by Mr. Mahindra CHOONEEA(MC) as online module and all practical classes will be carried out at the UoM farm respectively.

    The module is designed at giving the students a good notion of the applications of the principles of agronomy and crop husbandry for the production of specific agronomic crops, vegetables, fruits and ornamentals. It provides coverage of the different factors (climatic, biotic and edaphic) affecting yield, productivity, and quality of the above-stated crops.