B. Sc. Curriculum of Marine Engineering Program




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Econ 1021 Introduction to Economics

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Bahir Dar University

Course Number

Econ 1022

Course Title

Introduction to Economics

Degree Program

B.Sc in Marine and Mechanical Engineering

Module

Humanities and Social Science

Module Coordinator

From Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (BDU Staffs)

Lecturer

From Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (BDU Staffs)

ECTS Credits

3

Contact Hours

Lectures

Tutorial

Practice or Laboratory

Home study

3

0

0

3

Course Objectives & Competences to be Acquired

Engineering of any Project lies in Safety, Strength, Durability, and Economy. Hence, all students of engineering need the Basics of Economics.

After completing the study of this course, they will be in a position to apply the Fundamentals of Economics.

Course Description/Course Contents

Introduction to Economics

  • Distinction between Financial feasibility and Economic Feasibility of a Project

  • Use of Graphs and Equations

Elements of Economic system

  • World Economy

  • International Economy

  • Exchange Rates

  • National Economy

National Income and Accounting

  • GDP and GNP

  • Circulation of Money

  • Banking Policy

  • Simple, Compound Interests

  • Loans and Deposits

Supply and Demand

  • Price Mechanism

  • Market Demand

  • Market Equilibrium

Introduction to management tools to achieve economy

  • Basics of Work-study

  • Basics of Inventory Control

  • Basics of CPM, PERT, GERT, for Proper Scheduling

Pre-requisites

None

Semester

2nd

Status of Course

Compulsory

Teaching & learning Methods

Lectures, Discussion, Assignments

Assessment/Evaluation & Grading System

Assignment …………… ………………. 10%

Mid Examination ……………………….. 30%

Final Examination ………………………. 60%

Attendance Requirements

Minimum of 85% attendance during lecture hours


Literature




  1. Ayele Kuris, Introduction to Economics, 2001.

  2. Liberman, Marc and Hill, Robert E., Introduction to Economics 2nd ed., 2005.

  3. Begg, Fischer & Dornbusch , Economics, 8th ,ed, 2005



Flen 1021 Sophomore English

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Bahir Dar University

Course Number

Flen 1021

Course Title

Sophomore English

Degree Program

B.Sc in Marine and Mechanical Engineering

Module

Humanities and Language

Module Coordinator

From Humanities and Language (BDU Staffs)

Lecturer

From Humanities and Language (BDU Staffs)

ECTS Credits

4

Contact Hours

Lectures

Tutorial

Practice or Laboratory

Home study

2

3

0

3

Course Objectives & Competences to be Acquired

English is essential for one to be able to compete internationally. After acquiring mastery over English Language, students will develop confidence in them-selves. Hence, a course like this is most essential.

On successful completion of the course, students start gaining confidence over English Language, to some extent.

Course Description/Course Contents

Essential requirements for written English

  • Simple, Complex, and Compound Sentences

  • Various Clauses

  • Punctuation

  • Itemizing and Paragraphing

Listening Comprehension

  • Exercises involving the students taking down the notes when a few topics are dictated

Essay writing

  • Preparing a detailed notes from a few points that are given

  • Writing essays on given topics

Preparing a brief notes from a Detailed one

  • Condensing the subject matter given in a few pages to a few paragraphs

  • Precise writing from Essays

Pre-requisites

None

Semester

1st

Status of Course

Compulsory

Teaching & learning Methods

Lectures, Discussions, Reading, and Writing Practice, Assignments

Assessment/Evaluation & Grading System

Assignments (three)…..………………… 15%

Mid-term Examination …………………. 35%

Final Examination ……………………….50%

Attendance Requirements

Minimum of 85% attendance during lecture hours


Literature

  1. Sophomore English---

---Tesfaye Tilhun & Ayalew Mulugeta

---Dept. of English-BahirDar University

  1. College English--- Vol. I & II

---Dept.of Foreign Languages &Literature

---Addis Ababa University

  1. Creative Compositions---

---Harvey S Wiener

---Mc Graw Hill Publications

  1. From Paragraph to Essay---

---A process approach for beginning college writing

--- Mc Graw Hill Publications

  1. College Writing Skills with Readings---

---John Langan

--- Mc Graw Hill Publications



Flen 3023 Use of English in Written and Oral Form

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Bahir Dar University

Course Number

Flen 3023

Course Title

Use of English in Written and Oral Form

Degree Program

B.Sc. in Marine and Mechanical Engineering

Module

Humanities and Language

Module Coordinator

From IMO (EMTI Staffs)

Lecturer

From IMO (EMTI Staffs)

ECTS Credits

2

Contact Hours

Lectures

Tutorial

Practice or Laboratory

Home study

1

3

0

0

Course Objectives & Competences to be Acquired

English language, both written and spoken is necessary for the exchange of communications relevant to the safety of life at sea. The list should include :

      • Obtaining permission

      • Informing other personnel who might be affected

      • Entries in the engine-room log-book

      • Completion of any maintenance etc.

      • Cooling water flow

      • Lubrication supply

      • Security of guards

      • Unobstructed moment internally and externally

      • All values correctly opened or closed

      • Availability of electrical load

Course Description/Course Contents

    1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Use English in written and oral form to:

      • Perform the officer’s duties

      • Use general maritime vocabularies

      • Use marine technical terminologies

Marine terms and technical conversation & reporting

    1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR MARINE ENGINEERS

Use English in written and oral form to:

      • Perform the officer’s duties

      • Use manufacturers manuals

      • Use shipboard drawings

      • Use other Engineering publications

Pre-requisites

None

Semester

1st

Status of Course

Compulsory

Teaching & learning Methods

Lectures, Discussions, Reading, and Writing Practice, Assignments

Assessment/Evaluation & Grading System

Assignments (three)…..………………… 15%

Mid-term Examination …………………. 35%

Final Examination ……………………….50%

Attendance Requirements

Minimum of 85% attendance during lecture hours


Literature

Text Book:

    1. (T71). Blakey, T.N. English for Maritime Studies. 2nd ed. Hemel Hempsted, Prentice Hall International (UK) Ltd, 1987 (ISBN 0 13 281379-3)

    2. Literatures and text books as per IMO standard text books
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