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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

HUEC 3009 (AH36A) EQUIPMENT PRINCIPLES [3 credits]

HUEC 3012 (AH312) PROJECT [4 credits]

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Utilisation of water, electricity and gas for doing work and maintaining health, safety and comfort in the home environ- ment. Selection and use of appliances as related to consumer

needs, interests and resources. Assessment: Final Examination

Syllabus: A project within a subject area relevant to the student’s

degree option. Assessment: Project Report Oral Presentation

85% 15%*

See Project Booklet for detailed guidelines

100%

HUEC 3010 (AH37A) HOUSING AND THE ENVIRONMENT [3 credits]

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Physical, cultural, economic, social and personal factors perti- nent to the provision and performance of housing. Function- ality of residential interiors with respect to ergonomics, light- ing, comfort and health. Water and sanitation; safety; siting,

land use and planning concerns; transportation. Assessment: Mid-semester examination Semester Paper Final Examination

15% 15% 70%

HUEC 3011 (AH37B) ADVANCED TEXTILE [3 credits]

Prerequisite: HUEC 2007 Introduction to Textile Syllabus:

New course – to be developed Recent advances in the production and performance of fibres , yarns, finishes and dyes for textile products. Laboratory expe- riences designed to provide a familiarity with the standards, methods and equipment for evaluating textile product perfor-

HUEC 3013 (AH37C) ADVANCED APPAREL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION [3 credits]

Prerequisite: AH24B/HUEC 2006 Basic Apparel Construction Principles of advanced techniques for apparel construction with emphasis on new, difficult to handle fabrics. Assessment:

MATH 0100 (M 08B) PRE-CALCULUS [No credits]

Prerequisite: CXC Mathematics or equivalent Co-requisite: MATH 0110 ( M08C)

Syllabus: The following topics will be treated with the minimum of rigour, but with emphasis on the understanding of the concepts in- volved. Algebra: Elementary logic, number sets, real numbers, functions, inequalities, complex numbers, surds, logarithms, linear and quadratic equations, finite series, binomial theo- rem, mathematical induction. Trigonometry: Trigonometric functions and their inverses, addition and multiplication for- mulae, identities, trigonometric equations, solutions of triangles.

Examination: One 3-hour paper

85%

Course test

15%

mance. Assessment:

110

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