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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

FD13A LAW, GOVERNANCE, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY (UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION COURSE) (3 credits)

(Faculty of Social Sciences) This course is delivered through the medium of print. The print package comprises a student manual, a study guide and a reader. In addition to the print material there are teleconfer- encing and/or tutorials.The course introduces students to some of the major institutions in Caribbean society. It exposes the student to both the historical and contemporary aspects of Caribbean society, including Caribbean legal, political and eco- nomic systems. In addition, Caribbean culture and Caribbean social problems are discussed.Assessment is based solely on a final examination at the end of the semester. It consists of twelve (12) essay-type questions, of which students are required to write on three (3). All questions carry equal marks. The examination is divided into four (4) sections corresponding to the four (4) subject areas in the course. Students are not al- lowed to do more than one question in any one section.

FINM 2060 (MS28D) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I [3 credits]

GENS 3260 (NS21B) GENDER AND SCIENCE (4 credits)

This course is an elective for all majors in the Faculty of Science & Agriculture and is offered to students in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities wishing to do a minor in Women Stud- ies. Prerequisites:Successful completion of 16 Level 1 credits Syllabus: A critical analysis of selected major papers published during the period 1980 – present which deal with the following:

  • The masculinist nature of Science

  • Women in Science

  • Language and metaphors in Science

  • Critiques of the Scientific Method

  • Impact of Science on society; ethical issues; indigenous knowledge; public perception of ScienceTeaching Ap- proaches: Two 2-hour sessions for twelve (12) weeks using interactive teaching methods. A research project will be assigned for which a research journal will be kept, and an

oral presentation made at the end. Assessment: Coursework

  • Research journal

  • Project report

  • Oral presentation

Final 2-hour Theory paper

10%) (20%) (10%)

40%

60%

Prerequisites: ACCT 1010, (MS15E, EC14E) Syllabus: This course is concerned with the core concepts of financial decision-making; the time-value of money, the cost of capital and trade-offs between risk and return. Students should de- velop a thorough understanding of these basic concepts and

how to apply them in real-world examples Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

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