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  1. Course code: BAAS510 Credits: 12.0

    9 Sep 2015: An introduction to the basic concepts of applied science and structure as applied to architectural design.

  2. Course code: BAAS610 Credits: 16.0

    9 Sep 2015: An introduction to the concepts of applied science, structure and services related to the design and construction of medium size architectural projects.

  3. Course code: BAAS710 Credits: 12.0

    9 Sep 2015: An introduction to the concepts of applied science, structure and services related to the design and construction of large architectural projects.

  4. Course code: CFGD205 Credits: 6.0

    9 Sep 2015: This course provides students with the knowledge needed to draw, paint, print and digitise (scan) computer graphics. Paint Shop Pro 8 is the software application used to learn these tasks. Students need to have completed Level 2 Computing Skills

  5. Course code: CKCE401 Credits: 30.0

    3 Nov 2014: To enable students to prepare basic fundamental cookery items.

  6. Course code: CKCE402 Credits: 30.0

    3 Nov 2014: To enable students to cook and serve items for deli/café.

  7. Course code: CPRA106 Credits: 15.0

    9 Sep 2015: An introduction to effective communication skills, customer service, the principles of selling, preparation of CV together with the study and potential use of sustainable materials and finishes within Interiors.

  8. Course code: CSCH311 Credits: 10.0

    6 Jul 2016: To introduce students to the concepts and language of chemistry, using examples drawn from living systems and processes that take place in the world around us.

  9. Course code: DE6415 Credits: 15.0

    4 Nov 2014: To provide students with a comprehensive, theoretical and practical approach to technologies and protocols needed to design and implement a converged switched network.

  10. Course code: DE6416 Credits: 15.0

    4 Nov 2014: To provide a comprehensive theoretical and practical approach to configuring WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in enterprise networks.