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FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

HUEC 2006 (AH24B) BASIC APPAREL CONSTRUCTION [3 credits]

HUEC 2009 (AH25B) FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT [3 credits]

Prerequisite: Syllabus: This course introduces students to the major aspects of ap- parel production including pattern making methods, and use of the sewing machine. Course includes apparel production terminology and garment construction techniques. Covers data manipulation, drafting a skirt block and creating a complete

pattern. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

40% 60%

HUEC 2007 (AH24C) INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES [3 credits]

Syllabus: New course – to be developed Introduction to the structure and properties of textiles. Con-

sumer use and fabric characteristics are emphasised. Assessment:

HUEC 2008 (AH24D) PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF APPAREL [3 credits]

Syllabus: New course – to be developed A study of the theory and research findings pertaining to the social and psychological aspects and appearance in relation to

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Concepts of Management. Nature and scope of ‘management’ as a function of families. Factors affecting and influencing the economic well-being of families with focus on Income Distribu- tion, Spending Patterns, Inflation and Social Policies. Basic principles of money management - Budgeting, Record-keep- ing, Savings and Investments, Consumer Credit and Insur- ance. Personal and family financial considerations for home

ownership, home rental and home improvements. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

25% 75%

HUEC 2010 (AH26A) ADVANCED NUTRITION [3 credits]

Prerequisite: HUEC 1003 (AH12B) Syllabus: The integration and contribution of related scientific disciplines to the study of nutrition. The physiological aspects of nutri- tion: digestion, absorption, transport and exchange in normal and Specialised cells; utilisation of the essential nutrients emphasising regulatory mechanisms at cellular and organ lev-

els; nutrient interrelationships. Assessment: Coursework – 3 assignments Final Examination

30% 70%

the self, interpersonal, group and societal behaviour. Assessment:

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