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COURSE OUTLINE

BB101 ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Credit(s): 2 Lecture: 30 hours, Practical: 15 hours SYNOPSIS


ENGINEERING SCIENCE is an applied science with theoretical concepts and practical learning sessions that can be applied in the engineering fields. This course focuses on the Physical Quantities and Measurement, Linear Motion, Force, Work, Energy and Power, Solid and Fluid, Temperature and Heat and Electricity.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:No. 1. Course Learning Outcome (CLO) PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME PLO 1 LEARNING DOMAIN LD1

Identify the basic concept of physical quantities, measurement, linear motion, force, work, energy, power, solid, fluid, temperature, heat and electricity. (C1) Apply concept of physical quantities, measurement, linear motion, solid, fluid, temperature and heat to prove related physics principles. (C2, P1) Apply the concept of linear motion, force, work, energy, power, solid, fluid, temperature, heat and electricity in real basic engineering problems. (C2, A1)

2.

PLO 2

LD2

3.

PLO 4

LD4

REMARK : LD1 Knowledge LD 2 Practical Skills LD 3 Communication Skills LD 4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 5 Social Skills, and Responsibilities

LD 6 Continuous Learning and Information Management Skills LD 7 Management and Entrepreneurial Skills LD 8 Professionalism, Ethics and Moral LD 9 Leadership and Teamwork Skills

STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)


No.
FACE TO FACE 1.0 Delivery Method
1.1 1.2 Lecture Practical [ 2 hour(s) x 15 week(s)] [ 1 hour(s) x 15 week(s)] 30 15

Learning and Teaching Activity

SLT

2.0
2.1

Coursework Assessment (CA)


Lecture-hour-assessment Test - Quiz 2 [ 2] [ 2]

2.2 Practical-hour-assessment Lab Work [ 4]

2.3

Tutorial-hour-assessment Tutorial Exercises -

[ 0]

NON-FACE TO FACE 3.0 Coursework Assessment (CA)


End-of- chapter [ 2] 4

4.0
4.1

Preparation and Review


Lecture [ 1hour(s) x 15 week(s)] Preparation before theory class eg: download lesson notes - Review after theory class eg: additional references, discussion group, discussion

15
[ /] [ /]

4.2

Practical [ 0.5 hour(s) x 15 week(s)] Preparation before practical class/field work/ survey eg: review notes, [/] Post practical activity eg: lab report, additional references, discussion group, discussion [ /] Tutorial Preparation for tutorial Assessment Preparation for test Preparation for quiz [ 0 hour(s) x 15 week(s)] [ ]

4.3

4.4

6
[ 2] [ 2] [ 2 hour(s) x 2 = 4 ] [ 2 hour(s) x 2 = 4 ] Total Credit =SLT/40

80 2

Remark:
1. Suggested time for Quiz: 10 15 minutes Test (theory) : 20- 30 minutes Test (Practical) : 45-60 minutes 40 National hour is equivalent to 1 credit Lab works are conduct during Practical Hours

2.

3.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY
Lecture, Question & Answer, Demonstration, Laboratory, Tutorial, Self-directed learning, Presentation, End Of Chapter.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
WEEK

TOPIC - LECTURE
Registration 1.0 Physical Quantities And Measurement 2.0 Linear Motion 3.0 Force Mid-Semester Break II (05/08/13-09/08/13) 4.0 Work, Energy And Power 5.0 Solid And Fluid 6.0 Temperature And Heat 7.0 Electricity LW1

ASSESSMENT PLANNING

Week 1 Week 2, 3 Week 4-5 Week 6, 7 - 9 Week 8 Week 10-11 Week 12-13 Week 14-15 Week 16-17 W18 Week 19-20

Quiz 1, LW2

TEST 1, EOC 1 LW3 EOC 2, LW4, TEST 2, Quiz 2

FINAL EXAMINATION

GRADING (CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT)


No. 1 2 3 4 Assessment Quiz, Q Theory Test Lab Work, LW Other Assessment Task i. End of Chapter, EOC Overall Total Number (minimum) 2 2 4 2 10 % total 10 30 30 30 100

PRACTICAL WORK SCHEDULE


No. 1 2 3 4 Lab Title Physical Quantities And Measurement Linear Motion Archimedes Principle Energy in thermal system Week W3 W5 W13 W15

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