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  • This course discusses the planning process of educational facilities and human resource services; human resources planning, recruitment, selection, induction, orientation, training, development, appraisal, promotions, transfers, demotions, and separations in educational institutions.  Planning and administration of wage, salary, and bonus;  intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in a school society; policy on the certification and ranking of employees; conflict resolution and the grievance procedures; the role of the organizational structure and the interpersonal process in educational organizations, communications, and group dynamics for educational administrators; the nature and problem of inbreeding, cross cultural diversity in personnel recruitment and hiring for academic institutions.

    1. A project made during the student’s senior year representing his/her major area of interest and ability. The course involves title and project proposal defense. The work is to be supervised by assigned departmental faculty. The project should reflect the student’s level of competence; incorporate a variety of skills and originality. Prerequisite: Must have 50 credits in major area. 

  • An introduction to computer component selection and application. Topics include motherboards, video cards, memories, storage devices, BIOS input/output devices, modems, printers, and network cards. 2 hours of lecture and one 3-hour of laboratory per week.

  • This course discusses the philosophical basis for technology usage in various leadership settings to enhance organizational effectiveness, survey of contemporary technologies appropriate to most organizational settings and cost-benefit analysis of various systems; development of a technology plan for leadership. Ethics of technology usage.  A practical approach to the use and management of technological utilization in educational institutions will be emphasized.

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  • Strategies in wired and wireless networking, hardware structure and design, server applications, website design and development, management and security concerns, client-server interactions, application layer protocols, TCP/IP protocol suite. Understanding webdesigning codes and creating www sites and domains.

  • A study of microprocessor, microcontrollers, computer hardware and interfacing, embedded systems, programming and their applications. Actual laboratory experiment that deal with microprocessor, microcontroller, microcomputer units and programming experience using Arduino, Atmega, Atmel modules, studio and AVR software.

     

  • This course is intended to acquaint the student with the practices and   Procedures used to manufacture and construct basic tools and measuring device. Special emphasis is placed on the ds and design, layout of PCB, chassis, boxes and cabinets, types of connectors, adaptors, basic hardware, basic tools, and

    Methods used to manufacture the cabinet to house the PCB or device.   Since this course is designed as an independent   study lab, it is important that The student will be able to follow basic instructions. The student will be able to fabricate the actual cabinet to house the PBC constructed.

  • The fundamentals of drawing as applied to mechanical engineering problems. Orthographic projections, auxiliary and sectional views, shape, and size description, isometric view, sketching and details drawing, with an introduction to computer-aided drawing.

  • A study that deals with the sound and video production, Sound acoustics designing and basic sound operation and recording, video capturing, production, transmission, and lighting technology.

  • Study on the theory and practice of the technological work environment. Emphasis is placed on aspects of its operation, management and ownership. It also incorporates matters of finances, equipment and facilities, record keeping, government policies and requirements. Two lecture hours per week.

  • Study of digital integrated circuits including characteristics of logic families and application of IC gates, counters, registers, displays, and memories.  Laboratory emphasizes application of IC devices commonly used in 4 lectures and one 3-hour laboratory per week

  • Study of digital integrated circuits including characteristics of logic families and application of IC gates, counters, registers, displays, and memories.  Laboratory emphasizes application of IC devices commonly used in 4 lectures and one 3-hour laboratory per week.


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