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Date Issued 07-MAY-14

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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Subj No Course Title Credit Grade Rpt
************************ HCT COURSES ************************
Subj No Course Title Credit Grade Rpt Scr Scr
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
ARAB
COMP
ENGL
MATH
ARAB
COMP
DIRS
ENGL
MATH
COMA
COMA
ENGL
LSEC
LSFA
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
LSEC
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
LSFA
LSHM
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
LSEC
COMA
COMA
LSMA
WORK
COMA
COMA
LSFA
LSSC
LSSS
N100
N100
N070
N070
N100
N100
025
N070
N070
N101
N115
N125
N100
N254
N110
N203
N211
N175
N101
N105
N209
N212
N214
N220
N243
N201
N205
N208
N226
N228
N264
N303
N309
N311
N401
N427
N307
N301
N329
N100
DH008
N405
N408
N208
N243
N205
Arabic Communications I
Applied Computing I: Found.
English Communications
Foundations Mathematics
Arabic Communications I
Applied Computing I: Found.
Directed Studies I
English Communications
Foundations Mathematics
Drawing Basics
Visual Language
English Communications I
Academic Composition
Hist. & Prac. of Photography
Introduction to Media Tech
Fundamental Video Prod
Typography
English Communications II
Academic Communication
Introduction to Arabic
Short Film
Web Design
English Communications III
Art Appreciation
Ethical Studies
Broadcast Journalism
Global Art History
Graphic Design
Intro to Arabic Journalism
Arabic Communications I
English Communications IV
Marketing and Advertising-Arab
Television Production
Interactive Multimedia
Business in Media
Presentation and Critique
Professional Communications
Integrated Project
Arabic Communications II
Applied Mathematics
Work Experience (8 weeks)
Communications Theory
Applied Media Project I
Introduction to Journalism
Ecology
Cultural Diversity
4.00
5.00
30.00
11.00
4.00
5.00
0.00
30.00
11.00
4.00
4.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
12.00
4.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
(CC)
(CC)
(CC)
(CC)
(B+)
(A-)
(NG)
(D)
(B+)
A
A-
C
D
A
A-
A-
B+
C
B
A
A-
A-
C
A-
C+
B+
A
C+
B+
A-
C
C+
B
B
B
A
B+
B+
A
B+
(A*)
B+
A-
A
B+
A-
I
I
I
I
Program Credits Completed :
50.00
50.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
24.00
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
Not Available
1.96
2.78
2.95
3.23
3.10
3.10
3.53
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
Not Available
1.96
2.78
2.87
2.99
3.02
3.03
3.08
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Good Standing
Good Standing
Good Standing
Good Standing
Good Standing
Good Standing
200901 - Fall 2009 - RKWC
200902 - Spring 2010 - RKWC
201001 - Fall 2010 - RKWC
201002 - Spring 2011 - RKWC
201110 - Fall 2011 - RKWC
201120 - Spring 2012 - RKWC
201210 - Fall 2012 - RKWC
201220 - Spring 2013 - RKWC
201310 - Fall 2013 - RKWC
200901
200902
201001
201002
201110
201120
201210
201220
201310
168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Subj No Course Title Credit Grade Rpt Subj No Course Title Credit Grade Rpt
********* END OF STUDENT ACADEMIC RECORD *********
Scr Scr
Test Type Test Date Test Score
CEPW-CEPA Writing Band
CEPM-CEPA Math Band
CEPA-Common English Placement As
NFCS-COMP Satisfied
IELL-IELTS Listening Skills
IELR-IELTS Reading Skills
IELW-IELTS Writing Skills
IELS-IELTS Speaking Skills
IELB-IELTS Overall Band
IELP-IELTS Total Skills Points
IEED-IELTS Compltn (Top Up BP/HB)
IEHH-HHB Exit
IEHB-English Entry Req (HD/BAS)
16-May-2009
16-May-2009
16-May-2009
14-Apr-2011
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
19-May-2012
2.50
163
162
Y
5.0
4.5
4.5
5.0
5.0
19.0
N
M
M
***********************Test Details***************************
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Hold Type To Date
***********************Hold Details***************************
From Date User Reason
COMA
COMA
COMA
LSSS
LSSS
N305
N420
N426
N206
N245
Print Production and Pre-Press
Portfolio Production
Applied Media Project II
Culture, Climate, and Values
Global Media Trends
4.00
4.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
(IP)
(IP)
(IP)
(IP)
(IP)
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
HCT
Source
Program Credits Completed :
24.00
24.00
Semester Credits :
Semester Credits :
3.62
Not Available
Semester GPA :
Semester GPA :
3.16
3.16
Cumulative GPA
Cumulative GPA
Good Standing
201320 - Spring 2014 - RKWC 201320
168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
CURRENT HCT GRADING SYSTEM - (Start of 2008-2009 Academic Year to present)
PRIOR HCT GRADING SYSTEM (Start of 2002-2003 Academic Year to end of 2005-2006 Academic Year)
PRIOR HCT GRADING SYSTEM (Start of 1992-1993 Academic Year to end of 2001-2002 Academic Year)
PRIOR HCT GRADING SYSTEM (Start of 1988-1989 Academic Year to end of 1991-1992 Academic Year)
Range Description
A
90 - 100 Achievement that is outstanding relative to the course requirements
C 65 - 74
Achievement that is significantly above the course requirements
B
75 - 89
D 60 - 64
F LESS THAN 60
Achievement that satisfactorily meets the course requirements
P PASS
FL FAIL
Achievement that minimally meets the course requirements
Achievement that does not meet requirements
Achievement that meets the course requirements in courses graded pass/fail, but is not calculated in the grade point average (GPA)
Indicates that achievement does not meet the course requirements in a course graded pass/fail, but is not calculated in the grade point average (GPA)
Grade
Grade Range Description
Achievement that does not meet requirements
Achievement that meets the course requirements in courses graded pass/fail, but is not calculated in the grade point average (GPA)
F LESS THAN 60
Achievement that satisfactorily meets the course requirements
P PASS
A
90 - 100 Achievement that is outstanding relative to the course requirements
C
60 - 74
Achievement that is significantly above the course requirements
B
75 - 89
Grade Description
C COMPLETE Indicates that the student has completed the course requirements
INCOMPLETE
Indicates that the student has completed the course requirements with Distinction D DISTINCTION
Indicates that the student has not completed the course I
Range
Grade Range Description
B+ 80 - 84
Achievement that is outstanding relative to the course and GPA requirements
A
90 - 100
B 75 - 79
C+ 70 - 74
Achievement that satisfactorily meets the course and GPA requirements
C 65 - 69
D 60 - 64 Achievement that minimally meets the course requirements but may not meet the GPA requirement
F 0 - 59
FL
Achievement that does not meet requirements for course with normal grading mode.
Achievement that does not meet requirement for course with Pass /Fail grading mode
P Pass
Achievement that meets the course requirements, in courses graded pass/fail, but is not computed in the GPA.
A- 85 - 89
Achievement that is significantly above the course and GPA requirements
0 - 59
GPA
4
3.3
3
2
1
0
Grade Range Description
A+ 95 - 100 Achievement that is outstanding relative to the course and GPA requirements
B+ 80 - 84
Achievement that is significantly above the course and GPA requirements
A 90 - 94
B 75 - 79
C+ 70 - 74 Achievement that exceeds the course and GPA requirements
C 65 - 69
D 60 - 64
Achievement that minimally meets the course requirements
F 0 - 59
FL
Achievement that does not meet requirements
Achievement does not meet the course requirements in a course graded pass/fail, and is not calculated in the grade point average (GPA)
P Pass
Achievement that meets the course requirements, in courses graded pass/fail, but is not computed in the grade point average (GPA)
A- 85 - 89
Achievement that is above the course and GPA requirements
Achievement that meets the course and GPA requirements
0 - 59
GPA
4
4
3.5
3.25
3
2.75
2
1
0
N/A
N/A
PRIOR HCT GRADING SYSTEM (Start of 2006-2007 Academic Year to end of 2007-2008 Academic Year)
Grade Range Description
Other Grades and notations
AU
AUDIT
A notation that indicates that a course is taken without credit
CC CONTINUING COURSE A grade that indicates that a course is more than one semester in length
CH CHALLENGE A grade that indicates the student has been granted credit based on successful completion of an approved challenge assessment
EX EXEMPTION A grade that indicates a student has been exempted from a course requirement
I INCOMPLETE A temporary grade that indicates that the student has not completed all course requirements for medical or other reasons.
IP IN PROGRESS A notation that indicates the student is currently enrolled in the course
NG NOT GRADEABLE A notation that indicates that no final grade will be recorded for this course
TR TRANSFER CREDIT A grade that indicates the student has been granted credit for equivalent course at another institution
W WITHDRAWAL
A grade that indicates the student has withdrawn with no penalty
grade* UNCALCULATED Any grade followed by an asterisk is not computed in the grade point average
-
3.7
2.3
0
0
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Grading System Applied to Courses in a Graduate Credential
Grade %
B+ 80 - 84
A
90 - 100
B 75 - 79
C+ 70 - 74
C 65 - 69
F <65
A- 85 - 89
PTS
4
3.3
3
2
3.7
2.3
AY 2012-13 to present AY 2008-09 to end of 2011-12
Grade %
75 - 79
C 70 - 74
F <70
A- 90 - 92
PTS
4
3.3
3
2.3
2
0
3.7
2.7
A 93 - 100
B+ 87 - 89
B
83 - 86 B-
80 - 82
C+
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Arabic Communications I
Applied Computing I: Found.
English Communications
Foundations Mathematics
Arabic Communications I
Applied Computing I: Found.
Directed Studies I
English Communications
Foundations Mathematics
Drawing Basics
Visual Language
This modern standard Arabic language course aims to develop first language skills to meet a variety of work-related communication needs. It focuses
on developing the four language skills in contexts relevant to career needs.
This practical, hands-on course covers the basic and essential computer skills needed for further study and employment. Students learn
keyboarding, file management, Microsoft Word and Excel and other chosen software. Skills are developed through online materials, college based
materials and projects. Cross-curricular links to Mathematics and English courses through integrated projects are encouraged.
This is an integrated skills, one-year course which is intended to bring the proficiency level of students in listening, speaking, reading and writing up to
the minimum standards required for entry to the Career Programs. The course is aimed at improving the students' proficiency in general English, with
the main emphasis on building up a sound grammatical base and the ability to communicate socially and on general and academic topics, both orally
and in writing. There is an emphasis on study skills, independent learning and the use of information sources in the Learning Resource Center, as well
as affective domain development.
This one year course provides content and skills needed for entry to a Higher Diploma program. It consists of essential mathematical concepts and
simple real-world applications in numeracy, measurement, geometry, data analysis and algebra. Emphasis is placed on estimation and problem
solving skills throughout the course. Class and project work incorporate critical thinking and problem solving at a level of complexity appropriate to the
level of the course and students. Self-management is developed through opportunities for both independent and individualized learning. English skills
are also developed as they are integral to the students' learning and application of mathematical concepts.
This modern standard Arabic language course aims to develop first language skills to meet a variety of work-related communication needs. It focuses
on developing the four language skills in contexts relevant to career needs.
This practical, hands-on course covers the basic and essential computer skills needed for further study and employment. Students learn
keyboarding, file management, Microsoft Word and Excel and other chosen software. Skills are developed through online materials, college based
materials and projects. Cross-curricular links to Mathematics and English courses through integrated projects are encouraged.
This course is designed to be taken in the term mode of Foundations. It focuses on student awareness of program requirements and career
opportunities within individual programs. It helps students in making informed program choices and at the same time encourages work habits which will
benefit the student program course study as well as in his or her career.
This is an integrated skills, one-year course which is intended to bring the proficiency level of students in listening, speaking, reading and writing up to
the minimum standards required for entry to the Career Programs. The course is aimed at improving the students' proficiency in general English, with
the main emphasis on building up a sound grammatical base and the ability to communicate socially and on general and academic topics, both orally
and in writing. There is an emphasis on study skills, independent learning and the use of information sources in the Learning Resource Center, as well
as affective domain development.
This one year course provides content and skills needed for entry to a Higher Diploma program. It consists of essential mathematical concepts and
simple real-world applications in numeracy, measurement, geometry, data analysis and algebra. Emphasis is placed on estimation and problem
solving skills throughout the course. Class and project work incorporate critical thinking and problem solving at a level of complexity appropriate to the
level of the course and students. Self-management is developed through opportunities for both independent and individualized learning. English skills
are also developed as they are integral to the students' learning and application of mathematical concepts.
This course will introduce students to the materials and techniques involved in manual image making. Students will develop an understanding of
different drawing styles and genres, and learn the fundamental principles of drawing.
ARAB
COMP
ENGL
MATH
ARAB
COMP
DIRS
ENGL
MATH
COMA
COMA
N100
N100
N070
N070
N100
N100
025
N070
N070
N101
N115
DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSES
200901
200901
200901
200901
200902
200902
200902
200902
200902
201001
201001
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
English Communications I
Academic Composition
Hist. & Prac. of Photography
Introduction to Media Tech
Fundamental Video Prod
Typography
English Communications II
Academic Communication
Introduction to Arabic
Short Film
Web Design
English Communications III
This course introduces students to the concept of image based communication. Students will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of images,
pictures, symbols, signs, icons and pictograms, as well as a range of visual design elements. This course also covers the governing principles of
arrangement and composition in still images and image sequences.
This is the first of four courses which enable learners to improve their general English proficiency in support of their chosen academic program. The
course integrates listening, speaking, reading and writing in authentic general and academic contexts. Course delivery includes a range of resources
and techniques to cater to individual learning styles with a balance between language accuracy and fluency.
This is one of two courses which focus on enabling learners to develop academic language skills and some basic research in preparation for the
demands of their academic program. On this course, students learn to write essays and reports using an appropriate style and register, and also to
locate and use written resources appropriately.
In this course students will learn not only about the history of photography and about various photographic techniques, but also develop technical and
compositional skills how to take photographs.
In this course, students will learn the underlying concepts of digital production and how they apply to a broad range of technologies and techniques that
they will use throughout their remaining studies in the program. The goal is for students to be able to make educated operational decisions in their use
of technologies and techniques, rather than relying on defaults, presets, or prescriptive, step-by-step instructions. Topics include sampling, quantizing,
color models, file formats, and compression, among others, as they apply to practical production in imaging, audio and video.
Students apply the fundamental skills and concepts of single-camera, video production including basic camera operation, sound recording, editing and
lighting; with an emphasis on capturing high quality, technically-sound video and audio. Through cuts-only editing, students form audio and video
recordings into a convincing sequence through continuity editing.
In order to be a successful designer, one must have a working knowledge of fonts and letterforms, their aesthetic qualities and how to use and combine
fonts and letterforms. This course provides an introduction to the use and application of typography.
This is the second of four courses which enable learners to improve their English proficiency in support of their chosen academic program. The course
integrates listening, speaking, reading and writing in authentic general and academic contexts. Course delivery includes a range of resources and
techniques to cater to individual learning styles with a balance between language accuracy and fluency.
This course focuses on the development of communication skills needed in academic programs. Students learn to take part in academic discussions
and to make presentations in a comprehensible and concise manner, appropriate to academic settings. Course delivery can include both individual
and group projects, as well as leadership and teamwork skills. Liaison with concurrent program courses is recommended where feasible.
This course is designed to enable the student to understand and employ the basics of fundamental concepts, and terms of journalism as presented in
the Arabic language.
In this course students demonstrate their skills in script writing and practical visual storytelling to create a compelling short film suitable for submission
to a film festival.
In this course, students learn the fundamentals of web site creation and publishing. The course stresses industry best practices in XHTML and CSS
coding and accessibility in addition to the introduction of web design principles and the continued application of graphic design principles to the screen
environment.
ENGL
LSEC
LSFA
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
LSEC
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
N125
N100
N254
N110
N203
N211
N175
N101
N105
N209
N212
N214
201001
201001
201001
201002
201002
201002
201002
201002
201110
201110
201110
201110
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
9
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Art Appreciation
Ethical Studies
Broadcast Journalism
Global Art History
Graphic Design
Intro to Arabic Journalism
Arabic Communications I
English Communications IV
Marketing and Advertising-Arab
Television Production
Interactive Multimedia
Business in Media
This is the third in a series of four courses which develop learners' language proficiency to Level B2 of the Common European Framework (CEF).
This course is designed to enable the student to understand and employ a basic vocabulary of art appreciation and criticism.
This course is an introduction to various forms of moral reasoning, ethical principles and ethical theories. Students will identify ethical issues arising
locally and globally. They will assess situations which are ethically ambiguous, learn to see ethical dilemmas from different perspectives and support
their own views logically and coherently.
Students apply the fundamentals of broadcast journalism, which include how to use words, images, and sounds to tell a newsworthy story. The
journalists role in news selection, and the treatment of news stories, will be examined along with the importance of journalistic ethics. This course is
taught using both English and Arabic to increase the students Arabic language skills. The course also explores the use of social and convergent
media.
Students will learn and demonstrate how Art history informs our modern consumption and creation of media, design, art and culture. Students will
develop practical communication responses, which are historically and socially aware and can respond to and build upon art movements from diverse
geographical backgrounds.
In this course, students learn the fundamentals of graphic design. The course allows students gain an understand the history of graphic design to studio
and actual design work. Students apply the fundamental principles and elements of graphic design while building a body of visual work, and vocabulary
to critically engage with design objects and issues.
This course provides students with an introduction to basic journalism, including understanding the role a journalist plays and the history of journalism.
This course provides students with an introduction to the history of and writing for radio. It also provides an introduction to radio broadcasting skills and
techniques including research, news stories, interviews, scripts, commentary and ads. This course will include an introduction to the history of television
and fundamental principles of writing for TV. Students produce a TV multi track program using appropriate documentation. This course also teaches the
fundamentals of marketing strategies, including the development of client/team dialogue and the basics of audience / market research, concept, and
message development. Students prepare a media campaign proposal, enhance their translation skills, and continue preparing a glossary in Arabic.
Translation is a very important skill in this course.
This is the final in a series of four courses which develop learners' language proficiency to Level B2 of the Common European Framework (CEF). This
forms the preparation needed for the external IELTS exam which is normally taken during this course.
This course takes the students through the fundamentals of advertising principles and marketing strategies as they relate to the Applied
Communications field and within an Arabic speaking environment; including the development of a client/team dialogue.
This course introduces students to the basic theory and techniques of TV with a focus on studio based single and/or multi camera production practice.
In this course students learn how to incorporate elements of traditional visual art, design, movement, sound, video, the internet, photography,
animation, as well as the elements of time and human interaction.
This course is designed to develop students business ideas and entrepreneurial skills. Based on research students will learn to develop a business
plan for a project in the field of media.
LSFA
LSHM
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
ENGL
COMA
COMA
COMA
COMA
N220
N243
N201
N205
N208
N226
N228
N264
N303
N309
N311
N401
201110
201110
201120
201120
201120
201120
201120
201120
201210
201210
201210
201210
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
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Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
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Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Presentation and Critique
Professional Communications
Integrated Project
Arabic Communications II
Applied Mathematics
Work Experience (8 weeks)
Communications Theory
Applied Media Project I
Introduction to Journalism
Ecology
Cultural Diversity
Print Production and Pre-Press
Portfolio Production
Applied Media Project II
This course sharpens the students ability to give presentations in variety of business situations including sales pitches, individual presentations, group
presentations and job interviews.
This course helps students with career preparation through development of students critical writing, speaking and listening skills, presentation and
negotiation strategies, and cross-cultural communication.
The main aim of this course is to develop the student's conceptual ability to analyze design problems and produce commercially acceptable solutions.
Students are taught to analyze marketing problems associated with press advertising and prepare marketing strategy that include press magazines,
advertising, direct mailings, in/out store designs and television storyboards; as well as produce camera ready artwork in line with industry standards.
This is a fifth level Arabic language course for Applied communications students. This course continues to develop greater Arabic language skills
through writing of book reviews, the examination of Arabic news media online and through writing a CV and job application letters.
This course provides the basis for using mathematics to carry out basic mathematical calculations.
This course provides work experience in a real working environment. It will provide the student the opportunity to develop good work ethics, habits and
practices observed in real work situations and will enable the student to transfer vocational skills learned at the college to the workplace.
This course introduces students to various communication theories and how they relate to society and culture. The emphasis is on concepts, meanings,
effects and impacts of diverse forms of mass communication within contemporary societies.
In Media Project 1 students will plan a major media project in their area of specialisation. In conjunction with their faculty advisor, students will select a
suitable project and conduct the necessary research to plan and implement their ideas so that their final product will be of professional quality. Although
students will be able to utilise a faculty advisor, this course will be largely self-directed and students will be expected to display a high level of
independent learning and work. Workshops and classroom sessions will be scheduled as deemed necessary by faculty advisers.
This course introduces students to the practice of journalism and helps them to understand the role journalists play in reporting, processing and
production of news.
Students on satisfactory completion of this course will be able to understand and discuss basic ecological concepts including the concepts of species,
communities and ecosystems. Students will have an understanding of the concept of natural selection and the necessity of adaptation to the
environment. Students will also be able to describe the interaction between species and their biological and physical environment, and explain basic
energy and material cycles within an ecosystem
This course is designed to provide students with a positive perception of cultural diversity.
This course provides an overview of the practical and technical aspects of print production to help students develop a working knowledge of pre-press
and production practices.
This course instructs students in the preparation of a personal professional portfolio.
In Media Project II students will, in conjunction with their faculty advisor, implement planned research, production schedules and budgets to produce a
COMA
LSEC
COMA
COMA
LSMA
WORK
COMA
COMA
LSFA
LSSC
LSSS
COMA
COMA
COMA
N427
N307
N301
N329
N100
DH008
N405
N408
N208
N243
N205
N305
N420
N426
201210
201210
201220
201220
201220
201220
201310
201310
201310
201310
201310
201320
201320
201320
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01
Date Issued 07-MAY-14
Page of 9 9
Note
1. This report is for internal HCT use. This not an official transcript of the Student.
2. Grades with an asterisk(*) are not included in the GPA calculation.
3. The following GPA types are shown: Semester GPA = The GPA in the semester as specified.
Cumulative GPA = The GPA for the program currently enrolled.
4. The symbol [I] next to a course indicates that course is included in the cumulative GPA calculation; [E] next to a course indicates
that course is excluded from the cumulative GPA calculation.
5. Courses highlighted in yellow indicate PR registration status.
Student Academic Record for Internal Use by HCT
Student Name :
Current Campus :
Student ID :
Maryam Rashed Esmaeel M. Esmaeel Al Tenaiji
Ras Al Khaimah Women's College
H00157657
Culture, Climate, and Values
Global Media Trends
major media project in their area of specialisation. Although students will be able to utilise a faculty advisor, this course will be largely self-directed and
students will be expected to display a high level of independent learning to implement their idea, so that their final product will be of professional quality.
This course focuses on the crucial importance of understanding culture and climate in a globalised, diverse and repeatedly restructured working
environment.
In this course students identify and analyze contemporary trends and debates arising from the information revolution and emerging world
communication processes and systems. The students explore the position of the Emirati and Arab media within its global and regional context. They
research and analyze topics such as the cultural and social significance of new media technologies, and they apply their knowledge in the creation of
virtual communities and the exploration of cyber-activism.
LSSS
LSSS
N206
N245
201320
201320
Current Program : Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Media Studies
Cumulative GPA : 3.16
Earned Credits:
156
GPA Points:
493.2
GPA Credits :
156
Program Credits Completed : 168/192
Current Block : 08S8APMS01