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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

MGMT 3047 (MS32A) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT [3 credits]

PHYS 0070 (P07A) PRELIMINARY PHYSICS I (credits)

Prerequisite: MGMT 2014 (MS22A) Syllabus: This course provides participants with a broad overview of is- sues pertaining to human resource management with special

reference to the Caribbean environment. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

MKTG 2080 (MS20A) PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING [3 credits]

Prerequisites: ECON 1001, ACCT 1010, ACCT 1011 (EC10D, EC16A, MS15E, and MS15F) Syllabus: This course is intended to provide students with the concep- tual framework and analytical skills necessary for the analysis of markets and marketing activities of firms in a dynamic envi-

ronment. Assessment: Coursework - 1 Test Final Examination

25% 75%

Prerequisite:O-level Physics. In exceptional circumstances, depending on academic merit, this prerequisite may be waived.

Syllabus Mechanics, Heat and Waves & Sound. SI system and stan- dard units, dimensional analysis, vectors (graphical analyti- cal); Equilibrium, Newton’s first law, third law, friction, mo- tion in a straight line, average and instances velocity and ac- celeration, accelerated motion, free fall. Relative velocity; mo- tion in a plane, projectiles, circular motion, centripetal force, Newton’s second law and applications; Gravitation, mass and weight, satellite motion; Work and kinetic energy, gravitational and elastic potential energy, dissipative and conservative forces, power, equilibrium: Stress, strain, elastic moduli, force con- stant, Hooke’s law, simple harmonic motion (basic concepts), SHM and circular motion, mass-spring system, simple pendu- lum, pressure in a fluid, pressure gauges. Archimedes prin- ciple, surface tension, pressure difference across surface film, contact angle and capillaries. Bernoulli’s equation (applica- tions), viscosity, Stoke’s law, Reynold’s number. The tem- perature concept, thermometers, scales, thermal expansion and stress; Heat capacity, phase changes, conduction, convection, radiation, Stefan-Boltzman law, ideal radiator, solar energy, ideal gas, equation of state, phase diagrams, triple and critical points, vapour pressure, effect of dissolved substances on freez- ing and boiling point, first law of thermodynamics, energy and work, work and heat , adiabatic, isochoric, isothermal and iso- baric processes, internal energy, molecular theory of motion, kinetic theory of ideal gas. Mechanical waves, periodic waves, wave speed, traveling waves, mathematical representation, waves at boundaries , standing waves, interference of sound waves, beats, sound intensity, the decibel, the ear and hear- ing, quality and pitch, Doppler effect, ultrasonics and applica- tions.

Assessment:

32 hours of practical courseworkTheory coursework

20%

Practical coursework

20%

One 3-hour theory paper

60%

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