AEPPN DAGS 1203: AGRICULTURE EXTENSION PROGRAM PLANNING AND EVALUATION
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CP&M CCRS 1101: CROP PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

The course is designed to cover the selection of planting materials ,preparation of the planting materials,   preparation and management of the nursery bed, land preparation and planting, weed science, agronomic practices of  specified crops, harvest, post harvest handling and storage and pest and disease management.


EDS DBET 1107: Engineering Drawing Skills
DIEL DBET 2102: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

This course is designed to introduce the principles and techniques of modern digital
systems. Major topics covered include: number systems, logic elements and equations,
combinational logic circuits (encoders, decoders), sequential logic devices (flip-flop
circuits); asynchronous and synchronous counters, digital arithmetic circuits, memory
and programmable logic devices, basic computer system organizations, address decoding techniques, integrated-circuit logic families and interfacing techniques. All topics are reinforced by practical applications examined in the laboratory.

DSAM DBET 2104: DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND MICROPROCESSORS

This course is designed to discuss different concepts in digital systems. It discusses
different topics in digital systems and microprocessors. A variety of practical exercises are provided to re-inforce the theoretical concepts in classroom. Some of the topics covered include; Combinational Logic Design: Introduction to Chip Design: Synchronous
sequential systems Counters and shift registers; Logic Devices Programmable Logic
Arrays PLD architectures and technologies; Introduction to System Verilog and practical
PLD development Logic Simulation: Modeling of hardware behavior in software,
Hardware components of a microprocessor system with AVR as a case study; Central
processing unit: ALU, memory, input/output, Register-based architectures Instruction
sets Assemblers Peripheral circuits and their modeling in System Verilog

CIP DCRS 1101: CROP IMPROVEMENT
  • Teacher: Kenneth Kiirya
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SSI DCRS 1103: Soil and Soil Improvement
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SWE DCRS 1202: Soil Water & Environment
  • Teacher: Oliver Nalule
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EAMAG DPLT 2101: ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM  (SCI LAB TECH)

The course is designed to provide a thorough introduction to the principles and
methods of physics for students who have good preparation in physics and mathematics.
Emphasis is placed on problem solving and quantitative reasoning. This course covers
Newtonian mechanics, special relativity, gravitation, thermodynamics, and waves and
general laboratory skills and techniques in physics

  • Teacher: Stephen Taabu
  • Enrolled students: No students enrolled in this course yet
OAW DPLT 2102: OPTICS AND WAVES (SCI LAB TECH)

This course provides general concepts in wave propagation and optics. It covers wave
concepts, Fraunhofer diffraction, Huygen’s – Fresnel diffraction, vector nature of light
and polarization, optical, lasers and introduction to holography with a special emphasis
on the skills and techniques in laboratory investigations.

  • Teacher: Stephen Taabu
  • Enrolled students: No students enrolled in this course yet
BAPH DSLT 1105: BASIC PHYSICS (SCI LAB TECH)

The course is designed to provide a thorough introduction to the principles and
methods of physics for students who have good preparation in physics and mathematics.
Emphasis is placed on problem solving and quantitative reasoning. This course covers
Newtonian mechanics, special relativity, gravitation, thermodynamics, and waves and
general laboratory skills and techniques in physics

  • Teacher: Stephen Taabu
  • Enrolled students: No students enrolled in this course yet
RMAB DURE 2116: RESEARCH METHODS AND BIOSTATISTICS

The course covers Introduction to research methods; data collection, developing problem statements, research methodology concepts; hypothesis testing; data analysis; technology development concepts in biomedical engineering. It also covers descriptive statistics. Statistical experiments; Estimation, central limit theorem, standard errors, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, the t-distribution and F-distributions. Linear regression and correlation. Empirical curve fitting. Introduction to quality control. Other topics include; Sampling issues discussed include randomness, bias, sample size and Type I and II errors; level of significance, confidence intervals, and tests of significance for means, difference of means, variance and ratio of variances of large samples. Computer packages will be discussed.

TPAB DBLT 2202: TECHNIQUES PLANT AGRIC &  BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • Teacher: Francis Kabanda
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TAPE DBLT 2203: TECH ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY  EXPERIMENTS
  • Teacher: Francis Kabanda
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