ZZZT1043: Hubungan Etnik

Sinopsis Kursus:

Kursus ini menfokuskan  perbincangan tentang  konsep-konsep asas hubungan etnik, pluraliti dan masyarakat  plural di Malaysia, pembangunan politik dalam konteks hubungan etnik di Malaysia, pembangunan ekonomi dalam konteks  hubungan etnik di Malaysia, perlembagaan Malaysia dalam konteks hubungan etnik di Malaysia, hubungan etnik, integrasi dan menangani cabaran, agama dan hubungan etnik  dan sumbangan kerajaan dan masyarakat dalam hubungan etnik di Malaysia.
OBJEKTIF  KURSUS:

1.Mendedahkan pelajar terhadap pluraliti budaya, masyarakat dan kumpulan etnik dalam memupuk perpaduan. 

2.Memberi kefahaman berkenaan  permuafakatan sosial di Malaysia dan asas-asas keharmonian hubungan etnik.

3.Meningkatkan kefahaman pelajar tehadap cabaran pluraliti budaya dan hubungan etnik di Malaysia.

4.Memberi kefahaman dan kesedaran tentang konsep Islam Hadhari dan hubungan etnik.

5.Melibatkan pelajar-pelajar dalam pengalaman pembelajaran yang kreatif  tentang sosial dan kehidupan budaya masyarakat  Malaysia.

Tugasan  Berkumpulan (Kertas Kerja)  30%
Tugasan  (Pembentangan) 10%
 Peperiksaan     Akhir         60%
    JUMLAH 100%

Kandungan Kursus:
Topik-topik ialah seperti berikut:-

1.Pengenalan

2. Konsep-konsep asas hubungan etnik

3.Pluraliti dan masyarakat plural di Malaysia

 4. Pembangunan politik dalam konteks hubungan etnik  di Malaysia

5. Pembangunan ekonomi dalam konteks hubungan etnik di Malaysia

6.Perlembagaan Malaysia dalam konteks hubungan etnik di Malaysia

7. Hubungan etnik, integrasi dan menangani cabaran

8.Islam Hadhari dan hubungan etnik Hubungan etnik: Sumbangan kerajaan dan masyarakat.

Kaedah Penilaian:

Tugasan  Berkumpulan (Kertas Kerja)  30%
Tugasan  (Pembentangan) 10%
 Peperiksaan     Akhir         60%
    JUMLAH 100%

 

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STSF1032: Gelombang dan Optik

The components:

Quizzes                               10%-20%

Exercises                          10%-20%

Mid Semester Exam    20%-40%

Final Exam                      40%-70%

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1-    Oscillations

Chapter 2-   Waves

Chapter 3-   Sound waves

Chapter 4-   Electromagnetic waves

Chapter 5-   Image

Chapter 6-   Light Interferences

STSF1012: Mekanik

HASIL KURSUS:

Di akhir kursus ini pelajar-pelajar mestilah:

i. Berkebolehan untuk memahami konsep asas pengukuran dan unit serta kegunaan vektor.

ii. Berkemampuan untuk menerangkan konsep sesaran, halaju, pecutan, dalam gerakan satu, dua dan tiga dimensi.

iii. Berkemampuan untuk memahami hukum Newton dan kegunaannya.

iv. Berkebolehan untuk memahami konsep daya dan gerakan.

V Berkebolehan untuk memahami konsep keabadian tenaga dan momentum.

vi. Berkebolehan untuk memahami konsep gerakan membulat

vii Berkebolehan untuk memahami konsep ketumpatan dan tekanan bendalir dan hukum yang berkaitan.

SYNOPSIS:

This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts in physics for mechanics. The course begins with introduction to measurement and vector. Kinematics motion in one dimension is discussed. The following topic are kinematics motion in two and three dimension, Newton’s laws, friction, circular motion, work and kinetic energy, conservation of energy, impulse and linear momentum, centre of mass, rotations, gravity and fluid mechanic.

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE CONTENT

Chapter 1: Introduction: Physics and measurement

Chapter 2: Vectors

Chapter 3: Motion in one dimension

Chapter 4: Motion in two dimensions

Chapter 5: Force and motion: Newton’s laws of motion

Chapter 6: Applications of Newton’s law

Chapter 7: Work and kinetic energy

Chapter 8: Potential energy and conservation of energy

Chapter 9: Impulse and linear momentum

Chapter 10: Rotation about a fixed axis and torque

Chapter 11: Angular momentum and center of mass

Chapter 12: Equilibrium and elasticity

Chapter 13: Gravity: Newton’s gravitational law, Kepler’s law

Chapter 14: Fluid mechanics: hydrostatic, hydrodynamic

Evaluation

Assignments/exercises: 10 %

Quiz (2-4): 10 %

Mid semester exam: 30 % (early September)

Final exam: 50 % (25 October – 14 November)

RUJUKAN:

Modern Physics, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning, Canada.

 

Jewett, J.W. & Serway R.A., 2010, Physics for Scientists and Engineers with

Wiley and Son Inc, New York.

Halliday, D., Resnick, R. and Walker, J., 2008,

Fundamental of Physics, Johncompany.

Reese, R.L., 2000.,

University Physics, Pacific Grove, Brook/Cole PublishingSaunder College Publishing, Orlando.

Serway, R.A. & Beichner, R.j., 2000, Physics for Scientist and Engineers,

STQM1114: Calculus 1

Course Objectives

By the end of this course, all students are expected to be able:

1. to grasp the ideas of calculus, to solve or prove any problem using tools or various proving

methods

2. to think analytically, critically and be able to write arguments properly and logically when solving

problems.

Course Synopsis

This course is designed to blend an integrated calculus with reasonable goals. This includes conceptual

understanding, proving and capabilities in solving problems. Introduction to logic will be given accordingly

throughout this course. Proving methods, such as direct method, induction, contra positive, converse and

contradiction methods will also be taught in this course. Calculus with single variable and its expansion into

multivariable will be introduced. These include limit, continuity, differentiable functions and all theorems on

continuous and differentiable functions. Application of differential, partial differential and directional

derivatives will also be discussed. Sequences, series and their convergence tests and also single integrals

complete the course.

Course Contents (in 13 weeks)

Important topics to be covered are

1. (Week 1-3) Logic and proofs

2. (Week 3-6) Functions and graphs

3. (Week 6-8) Limit and continuity

4. (Week 8-10) Derivatives and its applications

5. (Week 10-12) Sequences and series

6. (Week 12-13) Functions of two/more variables

Course Method

Lectures and evaluation.

Course Assessments

Final Examination : 40-50%

Mid Examination : 30-40% (Week 8-10)

Tutorial : 20% (Week 4-11)

Total : 100%

Course References

1. Briggs, W. L & Cochran, L. 2010.

2. Smith, R. T. & Minton, R. B. 2008.

3. Anton, H., Bivens, I.C & Davis, S. 2009.

& Sons.

Calculus: Early Transcendentals. Pearson.Calculus. 3rd Edition. McGraw-Hill.Calculus: Early Transcendentals. 9th Edition. John Wiley More