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  1. Course code: MG7001 Credits: 45.0

    20 Nov 2015: To provide the student with a significant amount of time in which to investigate an engineering problem; to propose, specify, design and develop a solution and where feasible, to construct and test a prototype.

  2. Course code: MG7021 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: To provide students with an understanding of the basic principles, concepts and techniques in engineering management and to acquaint them with the behavioural and industrial implications of management decisions on their work; To provide students

  3. Course code: MG7045 Credits: 45.0

    25 Nov 2015: To understand some fundamental concepts of geotechnical earthquake engineering. To be able to carry out simple numerical modelling of soils and foundations.

  4. Course code: MG7101 Credits: 30.0

    20 Nov 2015: To enable students to investigate an engineering problem; to propose, specify, design and develop a solution and where feasible, to construct and test a prototype.

  5. Course code: MG7121 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: To enable students to critically apply knowledge and understanding of professional practice for engineers, professional engineering roles and activities and their interactions with society and the environment.

  6. Course code: PAGT15 Credits: 25.0

    9 Dec 2015: Plan and produce a broad range of gateaux and torten suitable for a commercial hospitality business

  7. Course code: BCJO600 Credits: 75.0

    10 Nov 2015: To enable students to develop advanced journalism knowledge and skills in sound, text and vision and deepen understanding of the practice of journalism to function as a member of a professional team working in radio, television and online media. |To

  8. Course code: COPR602 Credits: 20.0

    3 Jul 2012: To enable students to integrate theory into counselling practice.

  9. Course code: COPR603 Credits: 20.0

    3 Jul 2012: To enable students to critique their counselling practice.

  10. Course code: FJVL400 Credits: 15.0

    1 Jul 2012: