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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science program provides students with the knowledge, reasoning and improving the natural world through systematic observation, experimentation, modelling and calculation. The Bachelor of Science gives you the opportunity to harness the skills and knowledge necessary to make a real contribution to the global challenges facing humanity. Discipline areas range from cutting-edge pure and applied science to new multidisciplinary fields of science. Acquiring the communication and research skills embedded throughout each major, you will be well prepared for many diverse and exciting careers. The program requires learners to complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. Learners must satisfy the General Education requirements by completing 42 credits hours of college-level course work that includes social science courses to help them develop the critical thinking skills necessary to fill responsible engineering and management positions. The remaining 78 credit hour are earned from the core, university orientation and concentration courses. A full-time student will take an average of one and a half month to complete 3 credits.

Learner’s can begin their course of study when they are ready and within defined parameters progress at your own pace. Learners may take more than one course at a time, however it is recommend that you do not, at least until you become entirely comfortable with your study system. The distance learning element of the program guarantees that learning takes place without any sort of disruption to learner careers.

Program Learning Outcome

Upon graduation, learners are expected to demonstrate the following skill set; 

  • apply their broad knowledge of science across a range of fields, with in-depth knowledge in at least one area of study, while demonstrating an understanding of the local and global contexts in which science is practised;
  • articulate the methods of science and explain why current scientific knowledge is both contestable and testable by further inquiry;
  • recognize the need for information; effectively search for, evaluate, manage and apply that information in support of scientific investigation or scholarly debate;
  • employ highly developed conceptual, analytical, quantitative and technical skills and are adept with a range of technologies;
  • work effectively in groups to meet a shared goal with people whose disciplinary and cultural backgrounds differ from their own;

Admission Requirements

Entry Qualification an Associate Degree or its equivalent.

Degree Requirements

  • Successful completion of 120 credits hours;
  • Student must satisfy a minimum of 70 credit  hours with PUT;
  • Maintain a 2.0 grade point average

Curriculum

Bachelor of Science    
BSC1010   English Communication I 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1020   Computer Application 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1030   Mathematics I 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1040   Introduction to Psychology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1050   Introduction to Philosophy 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1060   American History 1 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1070   Statistics 1 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1080   Chemistry 1 3 Credit Hours  
BSC1090   Energy and Motion 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2010   Digital and Data Systems 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2020   Concepts of Biology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2030   Introduction to E-Science 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2040   Communication for Scientists 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2050   Research Skills in Science 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2060   Grand Challenges in Science 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2070   Concepts of Biotechnology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2080   Introduction to Biochemistry 3 Credit Hours  
BSC2090   Genes and Proteins 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3011   Advanced Biochemistry 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3021   Molecular Biotechnology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3010   English Communication II 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3020   American History II 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3030   Chemistry II 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3040   Statistics II 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3050   Consumer Chemistry 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3060   Mathematics II 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3070   Disease Control 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3080   Water Science 3 Credit Hours  
BSC3090   Renewable Energy 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4110   Networking 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4120   C++ Programming 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4130   Introduction to Business 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4140   Introduction to Marketing 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4150   Sports Science 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4160   Aquatic Biotechnology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4170   Fundamentals of Geology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4180   Introduction to Food Technology 3 Credit Hours  
BSC4190   Sustainability and Innovation 3 Credit Hours  
BSC5010   Dissertation 6 Credit Hours  
    Total Credit Hours 120 Credit Hours  

Tuition

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