FACULTY OF ENGINEERING and ARCHITECTURE

CONTENTS

Engineering Examinations - Regulations

1st University Examination in Engineering

2nd University Examination in Engineering (Agricultural and Food)

2nd University Examination in Engineering (Chemical)

2nd University Examination in Engineering (Civil)

2nd University Examination in Engineering (Electronic and Electrical)

2nd University Examination in Engineering (Mechanical)

3rd University Examination in Engineering (Agricultural and Food)

3rd University Examination in Engineering (Chemical)

3rd University Examination in Engineering (Civil)

3rd University Examination in Engineering (Electronic and Electrical)

3rd University Examination in Engineering (Mechanical)

B.E. Degree Examination (Agricultural and Food)

B.E. Degree Examination (Chemical)

B.E. Degree Examination (Civil)

B.E. Degree Examination (Electrical)

B.E. Degree Examination (Electronic)

B.E. Degree Examination (Mechanical)

HEA Language Test for First Engineering Students

M.E. Degree Examination

M.Eng.Sc Degree Examination

M.Eng.Sc (Mode II) in Food Engineering

M.Eng.Sc (Mode II) in Water & Environmental Engineering

M.Eng.Sc (Mode II) in Structural Engineering

M.Eng.Sc (Mode II) in Environmental Engineering

M.Eng.Sc (Mode II) in Transportation Engineering

Degree of Master of Engineering Design (M.E.D.)

Degree of Master of Industrial Engineering (M.I.E)

Architecture

1st University Examination in Architecture

2nd University Examination in Architecture

B.Sc. (Architectural Science) Degree

4th University Examination in Architecture

B.Arch. Degree General Regulations

Pass Standard for all Examinations - Architecture

Honours Standard for all Examinations - Architecture

Certificate in Architectural Professional Practice and Practical Experience (Cert in ArchProf)

Higher Diploma in Town Planning (HDipTP)

Degree of Master of Architectural Science (MArchSc)

Degree of Master of Urban and Building Conservation (MUBC)

Degree of Master of Science (MSc) (Urban Design)

Degree of Master of Regional and Urban Planning (MRUP)

Master of Science (MSc) (Planning)

Degree of Master of Science (Environmental Policy) (MSc)

 

ENGINEERING EXAMINATIONS REGULATIONS

 

(1) The Examinations for First Engineering, Second Engineering and Third Engineering will be held in Summer and Autumn.

(2) Pass and Honours in connection with the First, Second and the Third Engineering Examinations may be awarded at the Summer Examinations. At the Autumn Examinations, Pass only may be awarded unless the prior approval of the Faculty has been granted.

(3) The B.E. Degree Examination will be held in Summer and Pass and Honours may be awarded on the results.

 

Subject

For the purposes of these regulations a subject is defined by the presence of a mark in the column headed "subject marks" and a subject may be examined by a single examination paper, a group of examination papers or performance in year’s work.

 

Pass Standard

 

 

 

Compensation

(i) If the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an Inadequate Result (IR) in any subject.

  1. Where the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than two subjects or, in more than three subjects    in the following cases:

2nd Year Mechanical Engineering;

3rd Year Electronic and Electrical Engineering,

 

 

 

Examinations.

Time Limit for Passing Examinations

"Old regulations" examination papers will be available for one year only following a change in the syllabus of any subject.

Optional Examination Papers

Where a candidate for the B.E. Degree Examination is permitted to sit more than the minimum number of optional Examination Papers, the marks in the best of the appropriate number of Examination Papers will be credited.

Exemption

In the B.E. Degree Examination a candidate who obtains at least 45% of the marks allocated to a subject may be exempted from further examination in that subject.

Honours Standard

 

 

 

 

 

 

(i) to obtain approximately 70% in the adjusted overall mark as explained above, and

(ii) to obtain a good honours mark (at least 62%) in the subject Year’s Work in the Final Year.

 

 

MARKS MAXIMA

(All examinations are of three hours duration unless otherwise indicated)

 

ENBDF0001 FIRST EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING

                                                     

Course code  and name No. of Papers     Subject Marks
MATH 1600 Mathematics 2 300
EXPH 1603 Experimental Physics 1 200
CHEM 1604 Chemistry 1 200
MAPH 1014 Mathematical Physics 1 200
COMP 1604 Computer Science (2 hours) 1 150
CVEN 1001 Engineering Graphics (2 hours) 1 150
EEEN 1001 Electronic and Electrical Engineering (2 hours) 1 100
MEEN 1003 Engineering Thermodynamics (2 hours) 1 100
CVEN 1003 Engineering Fluid Mechanics (2 hours) 1 100
  Total 1,500

 

ENBDF0002 SECOND EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD)

                                              

Course code  and name No. of Papers   Marks   Subject Marks
CVEN 2001 Introduction to Biosystems 1   100
AFEN 2001 Food Science 1   200
MEEN 2025 Thermodynamics 1 100  
CVEN 2005 Mechanics of Fluids 1 100 200
EEEN 2025 Electronic Engineering (2 hours) 1 50  
EEEN 2026 Electrical Engineering (2 hours) 1 50 100
MEEN 2001 Applied Dynamics 1 100  
MEEN 2002 Mechanics of Materials 1 100 200
MATH 2600 Mathematics 2   200

COMP 2605 Computer Science (including Course Work) (2 hours

1   100

AFEN 2020 Literature Survey Project and Course Work

- 250

+

150

400
  Total   1,500

 

ENBDF0003 SECOND EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (CHEMICAL)

                                              

Course code  and name No. of Papers   Marks   Subject Marks
CHEN 2001 Chemical Engineering and Measurement 1   100
CHEN 2002 Chemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics 1 125  
CHEN 2003 Chemistry 1 125 250
CVEN 2005 Mechanics of Fluids 1 100  
MEEN 2002 Mechanics of Materials 1 100 200
CHEN 2005 Biotechnology I 1   100
MATH 2600 Mathematics 2   200
EXPH 2005 Experimental Physics 1   100
CHEN 2004 Computers in Chemical Engineering I Continuous Assessment -   100
CHEN 2009 Year’s Work -   300
  Total   1,350

 

ENBDF0004 SECOND EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (CIVIL)

                                                

Course code  and name No. of Papers Marks  Subject Marks
CVEN 2001 Introduction to Biosystems 1   100
CVEN 2002 Surveying 1   100
CVEN 2003 Building Construction 1   100
CVEN 2004 Engineering Materials I 1 100  
CVEN 2008 Engineering Materials II 1 100 200
CVEN 2005 Mechanics of Fluids 1   100
CVEN 2006 Mechanics of Solids 1   100
CVEN 2007 Computer Applications in Civil Engineering 1   100
MATH 2600 Mathematics 2   200
CVEN 2020 Year’s Work -   200
  Total   1,200

 

ENBDF0005 SECOND EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL)

                          

Course code and name            No. of Papers     Subject Marks
EXPH 2605 Experimental Physics (including Laboratory Work) 1 100
EEEN 2001 Computer Engineering 1 1 100
MEEN 2001 Applied Dynamics 1 100
MATH 2600 Mathematics 2 200
EEEN 2002 Solid-State Electronics 1 1 100
EEEN 2003 Circuit Theory 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 2004 Electromagnetics 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 2005 Electronic Circuits 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 2006 Electrotechnics (2 hours) 1 100

EEEN 2020 Year’s Work (including Laboratory Work and Computer Practicals)

- 300
  Total 1,300

 

 

ENBDF0008 SECOND EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)

                                    

Course code  and name   No. of Papers    Subject Marks
MEEN 2011 Applied Dynamics 1 200
MEEN 2002 Mechanics of Materials 1 200
MEEN 2003 Thermodynamics (2 hours) 1 100
MEEN 2004 Manufacturing Engineering 1 200
MEEN 2005 Materials Science and Engineering 1 200
MEEN 2006 Engineering Measurement (2 hours) 1 100
MEEN 2007 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer (2 hours) 1 100
COMP 2605 Computer Science (incl. Course Work) (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 2026 Electrical Engineering (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 2025 Electronic Engineering (2 hours) 1 100
EXPH 2606 Experimental Physics (incl. Course Work) (2 hours) 1 100
MATH 2604 Mathematics 2 400
MEEN 2020 Year’s Work in Mechanical Engineering   300
EEEN 2028 Year’s Work in Electronic and Electrical Engineering   100
  Year’s Work Total: 400
  Total 2,300

 

ENBDF0002 THIRD EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD)

                                                  

Course code  and name No. of Papers Marks Subject Marks
AFEN 3001 Process Engineering Principles 1   100
MEEN 3001 Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 1   100
AFEN 3002 Power and Machinery 1 1   100
ANSC 3600 Crop Husbandry and Animal Husbandry 1   100
EEEN 3025 Electronic Engineering 1   100
AFEN 3003 Structural and Soil Engineering 1   100
MEEN 3006 Computer Methods in Engineering (2 hours) 1   50
MAPH 3014 Engineering Computation 1   50
MATH 3600 Mathematics (2 1/2 hours) 1   100
AFEN 3020 Design Project   - 200  
Year's Work - 100 300
  Total   1,100

 

ENBDF0003 THIRD EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (CHEMICAL)

                                        

Course code  and name No. of Papers      Marks     Subject Marks
CHEN 3001 Unit Operations I 1 150  
CHEN 3002 Heat Transfer I and Mass Transfer 1 150 300
CHEN 3003 Fluid Flow 1 (2 hours) 1 100  
CHEN 3004 Mechanical Design and Engineering Materials 1 100 200
CHEN 3005 Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology II 1 150  
CHEN 3006 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics   150 300
MATH 3611 Pure and Applied Mathematics (3 1/2 hours) 1   200
MAPH 3014 Engineering Computation. 1   100
EEEN 3027 Electrical Engineering 1   100
CHEN 3007 Computers in Chemical Engineering II      
CHEN 3020 Year’s Work     400
  Total   1,700

 

ENBDF0004 THIRD EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (CIVIL)

                                         

Course code  and name   No. of Papers   Marks    Subject Marks
CVEN 3001 Hydraulics 1   100
ENRD 3004 Engineering Computation 1 50  
Pure and Applied Mathematics (3 1/2 hours) 1 100 150
CVEN 3002 Engineering Economy 1   100
GEOL 3611 Geology 1   100
CVEN 3003 Soil Mechanics 1   100
CVEN 3004 Theory of Structures 1   100
CVEN 3005 Design of Structures 1   100
CVEN 3020 Year’s Work -   200
  Total   950

 

ENBDF0005 THIRD EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL)

                                                    

Course code  and name     No. of Papers      Subject Marks
MAPH 3014 Engineering Computation 1 100
EEEN 3001 Power Systems 1 1 100
MATH 3612 Pure and Applied Mathematics (3.5 hours) 1 200
EEEN 3002 Computer Engineering 2 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3003 Solid-State Electronics 2 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3004 Electrical Machines 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3005 Circuit Theory 2 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3006 Electronic Circuits 2 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3007 Communication Theory 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3008 Electromagnetics 2 (2 hours)   100
EEEN 3009 Linear Systems Analysis (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3010 Control Theory 1 (2 hours) 1 100
EEEN 3020 Year’s Work (Laboratory Work & Computer Practicals) - 400
  Total 1,700

 

ENBDF0008 THIRD EXAMINATION IN ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)

                                         

Course code  and name No. of Papers       Marks    Subject Marks
MEEN 3001 Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 1   100
Pure and Applied Mathematics (3 1/2 hours) 1 150  
MAPH 3014 Engineering Computation 1 50 200
ACC 3020 Management Accounting and Finance 1 50  
MEEN 3006 Computer Methods in Engineering (2 hours) 1 50 100
MEEN 3002 Applied Dynamics and Control Systems 1 100  
MEEN 3003 Stress Analysis in Design 1 100 200
EEEN 3026 Electrical Engineering 1 100  
EEEN 3025 Electronic Engineering 1 100 200
MEEN 3004 Design and Production 1 100  
MEEN 3005 Engineering Materials 1 100 200
MEEN 3020 Year’s Work:      
             Mechanical Engineering - 200  
                 Electrical Engineering - 50 250
  Total   1,250

 

ENBDF0002 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD)

                                       

Course code and name No. of Papers        Subject Marks
AFEN 4003 Food Process Engineering 1 200
AFEN 4004 Food Manufacturing Systems 1 200
AFEN 4001 Buildings and Environment 1 200
AFEN 4002 Environmental Engineering 1 200
AFEN 4005 Power and Machinery II 1 200
AFEN 4007 Major Project - 400

Elective Subjects: Two units of value, 100 marks each chosen from the following:

                                                

Course code  and name  No. of Papers  Marks Subject Marks
AFEN 4010 Forest Engineering 1 100  
ENVS 4030 Environmental Policy and Management 1 100  
BMGT 4001 Management & its Environment 1 100  
ELEN 4005 Renewable Energy Systems 1 100  
AFEN 4006 Surveying (2 hours) 1 100  
AERD 4600 Farm Management (2 hours) 1 100  
MATH 4601/2 Mathematics (2 hours) 1 100  
MEEN 4004 Managing Manufacturing Enterprise 1 100 200
  Total   1,600

 

ENBDF0003 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (CHEMICAL)

                                      

Course code  and name No. of Papers       Marks     Subject Marks
CHEN 4001 Unit Operations II 1 250  
CHEN 4002 Reactor Design and Automatic Control 1 250  
CHEN 4003 Heat Transfer II and Fluid Flow II 1 250  
CHEN 4004 Process Design (2 Hours) 1 150 900
BMGT 4001 Management and its Environment 1 100  
CHEN 4005 Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Processes 1 150  

CHEN 4006 Environmental Studies - (Continuous Assessment)

- 100  

Elective Subjects:

One course of value (100 marks) chosen from:

                              

Course code  and name  No. of Papers       Marks              Subject Marks
MATH 4601 Mathematics 1 100  
MATH 4602 Mathematics 1 100 450

Year’s Work

                                     

Course code  and name No. of Papers        Marks     Subject Marks
CHEN 4007 Design Project - 400  
CHEN 4008 Research Project - 400 800
  Total   2,150

 

ENBDF0004 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (CIVIL)

                                               

Course code  and name No. of Papers    Marks Subject Marks
CVEN 4001 Civil Engineering Design 4   400
CVEN 4002 The Engineer and Society 1   100
CVEN 4020 Engineering Report - 150  
Year’s Work - 50 200

 

Electives: Two elective units, each: Two elective units, each

allocated 100 marks, chosen from the following list of options

                                          

Course code  and name  No. of Papers     Marks    Subject Marks
MATH 4601/2 Mathematics (2 hours) 2 100  
CVEN 4003 Structural Modelling 1 100  
CVEN 4004 Structural Design 1 100  
CVEN 4011 Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engineering 1 100  
CVEN 4006 Transportation Operations and Planning 1 100  
CVEN 4008 Unit Treatment Processes in Water Engineering 1 100  
CVEN 4005 Hydraulic Engineering Design 1 100  
  Total   200
  Course Total   900

 

ENBDF0007 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (ELECTRICAL)

                                   

Course code  and name No. of Papers       Marks       Subject Marks
EEEN 4001 Electronic Circuits 3 1 100  
EEEN 4002 Control Systems 1 100  
EEEN 4003 Optoelectronics and Filters 1 100  
EEEN 4004 Digital Signal Processing 1 100 400
ELEN 4001 Electrical Machines 2 (2 hours) 1 100  
ELEN 4003 High Voltage Engineering (2 hours) 1 100  
ELEN 4002 Power Systems 2 (2 hours) 1 100  
ELEN 4004 Power Electronics (2 hours) 1 100 400

 

Four of the following Optional Papers to be chosen with the prior approval of the Head of Department:

                                                    

Course code  and name  No. of Papers      Marks   Subject Marks
MATH 4602 Mathematics 2 (2 hours) 1 100  
MATH 4603 Mathematics 3 (2 hours) 1 100  
ELEN 4005 Renewable Energy Systems 1 100  
BMGT 4001 Management & its Environment 1 100  
EEEN 4005 Biomedical Engineering 1 100  
EEEN 4006 Circuit Synthesis 1 100  
EEEN 4009 Dielectric and Magnetic Materials 1 100  
EEEN 4007 Semiconductor Devices and Applications 1 100  
EEEN 4008 Optoelectronics 1 100  
EEEN 4012 Applications of Digital Signal Processing 1 100  
ELEN 4006 Electrical Machines 3 1 100  
EEEN 4011 Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis 1 100  
EEEN 4010 Non-Linear Circuits and Systems 1 100  
ELEN 4007 Power Electronic Systems 1 100  
ELEN 4008 Power Systems 3 1 100  
MEEN 4026 Thermodynamics 1 100 400
ELEN 4020 Year’s Work -   400
  Total   1,600

 

ENBDF0006 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (ELECTRONIC)

                                                        

Course code  and name No. of Papers Marks Subject Marks
EEEN 4001 Electronic Circuits 3 1 100  
EEEN 4002 Control Systems 1 100  
EEEN 4003 Optoelectronics and Filters 1 100  
EEEN 4004 Digital Signal Processing 1 100 400
ECEN 4001 Antennas & Propagation (2 hours) 1 100  
ECEN 4002 Communication Theory 2 (2 hours) 1 100  
ECEN 4003 Digital Electronics (2 hours) 1 100  
ECEN 4004 RF Circuits and Systems (2 hours) 1 100 400

 

Four of the following Optional Papers to be chosen with the prior approval of the Head of Department:

                                           

Course code and name No. of Papers             Marks     Subject Marks
MATH 4602 Mathematics 2 (2 hours) 1 100  
MATH 4603 Mathematics 3 (2 hours) 1 100  
ECEN 4005 Communication Systems 1 100  
BMGT 4001 Management & its Environment 1 100  
EEEN 4005 Biomedical Engineering 1 100  
EEEN 4006 Circuit Synthesis 1 100  
EEEN 4007 Semiconductor Devices & Applications 1 100  
ECEN 4006 Advanced Communication Theory 1 100  
ECEN 4007 Microwave Engineering 1 100  
EEEN 4008 Optoelectronics 1 100  
EEEN 4012 Applications of Digital Signal Processing 1 100  
EEEN 4009 Dielectric and Magnetic Materials 1 100  
EEEN 4010 Non-Linear Circuits and Systems 1 100  
COMP 4023 Hardware/Software Co-Design 1 100  
EEEN 4011 Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis 1 100 400
ECEN 4020 Year’s Work -   400
  Total   1,600

 

 

ENBDF0008 B.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION (MECHANICAL)

                                            

Course code  and name No. of Papers  Marks  Subject Marks
MEEN 4001 Energy Conversion Systems 1 200  
MEEN 4002 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer 1 200  
MEEN 4003 Applied Dynamics and Control Systems 1 200 600
MEEN 4004 Managing Manufacturing Enterprise 1 100  
ECON 4011 Engineer in Society: The Economy 1 100  
MATH 4601/2 Mathematics (2 hours) 1 100  
MEEN 4006 Computer-Aided Engineering 1 200  
MEEN 4005 Materials Engineering and Design 1 200  
EEEN 4026 Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1 200 900
MEEN 4020 Project and Course Work -   500
  Total   2,000

 

HEA LANGUAGE TEST FOR FIRST ENGINEERING STUDENTS

A = 70+

B = 62-69

C = 55-61

D = 40-54

IR

Students who pass the Language Test will be graded A, B, C, D and will automatically fulfill the BE Language requirement. In addition, students who are graded C or higher and whose attendance has been satisfactory will be eligible to receive certification from the Language Centre. The Certificate will provide information about the course and indicate the specific grade achieved by the candidate.

 

 

ENMRF0001 M.E. DEGREE EXAMINATION

 

(1) Candidates for the Degree of M.E. must be accepted by the Faculty of the College as prospective candidates at least six months before entering for the Examination. They are required to give notice to the Dean of the Faculty before 15th January of the year in which they intend to present themselves for examination with particulars of the branch of study selected, title of proposed dissertation, and details of their professional experience.

(2) They must pass a special examination in:

The special branch of Engineering selected by the Candidate.

The examination may be held in Summer and the thesis submitted in Autumn.

Exemption from the examination may be granted by the Faculty to a Candidate who has obtained First Class Honours in the B.E. Degree, or who submits satisfactory evidence that he has been engaged on works of considerable importance.

 

(3) The Dissertation shall consist of a record (published or not) of original work or of an essay on some branch of Engineering involving criticism. The Candidate shall be examined on the subject-matter of his dissertation or on any matter intimately connected with it.

(4) A Candidate for the Degree shall have had professional experience of an approved character in a responsible capacity extending over a period of not less than three years. A detailed statement as to such experience vouched for by the Engineer or Engineers in charge must be submitted.

 

 

ENMRF0002 M.ENG.SC. DEGREE EXAMINATION

 

Candidates must have the permission of the Faculty to enter the Course by Mode I or Mode II (see College Regulations). The judgement of the Examiners shall be indicated by a recommendation to award the degree to a candidate who satisfies the Examiners.

MODE I

Candidates must present a Dissertation prepared during the Course, and pass an examination on the subject matter of the Dissertation if the Examiners so decide. Candidates may be required to attend for oral examination.

MODE II

Candidates must pass an examination on the Course and may be required to submit an Essay or Dissertation as part of the qualification for the Degree. Candidates may be required to pass a viva voce examination on the subject matter of the thesis if the examiners so decide

 

 

ENMXF0008 (FT)/ENMXP0023 (PT) M.ENG.SC. (MODE II) IN FOOD ENGINEERING

                                  

Course code  and name      Marks 
AFFD P001 Introduction to Food Engineering (2 hours) 100
AFFD P002 Food Process Engineering (3 hours) 100
AFFD P003 Food Product Development (2 hours) 100
AFFD P004 Food Process Development (2 hours) 100
AFFD P005 Sensors in Food Process Automation (2 hours) 100
AFFD P006 Advanced Food Process Engineering (2 hours) 100
AFFD P007 Advances in Food Engineering Research (2 hours) 100
AFFD P008 Project Report 400
Total 1,100

 

                    Pass Standard

The Pass standard is 40% in each subject.

Where the examination of a subject involves more than one paper or more than one section of a paper the examiners may, as a result of an unacceptably poor performance in an individual paper or section, refuse to award a pass mark and an "Inadequate Result" (IR) for the subject may be returned by the examiners.

 

Compensation

Where a candidate is taking all the written subjects at the same examination sitting, compensation may be exercised, but it shall not as a rule be exercised if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an Inadequate Result (IR) in any subject.

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than 2 subjects.

Compensation may be exercised only when a candidate’s surplus marks are at least double the deficiency. Compensation shall not be applied to the subject Project Report nor shall surplus marks from this subject be used in the computation of surplus marks for compensation purposes.

 

Exemption

Candidates who have not presented in all subjects or who have not passed in all subjects will be exempted in those subjects in which they have reached the pass standard. On re-examination further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

 

 

ENMXF0001 (FT)/ENMXP0001 (PT) M.ENG.SC. (MODE II) IN WATER & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

                                                      

Course code  and name Marks     Subject Marks
CVWE P001 Unit Treatment Processes   100
CVWE P002 Sanitary Engineering Hydraulics   100
CVWE P003 Engineering Hydrology   100
CVWE P004 Applied Chemistry and Microbiology   100
CVWE P005 Water Resource Systems Analysis

          Water Quality Modelling

50 100
50
CVWE P006 Environmental Management

Environmental Engineering

50 100
50
CVWE P007 Practical Assignments   100
CVWE P008 Project Report   250

 

Total 1000

 

Pass Standard

  • The Pass standard is 40% in each subject.

 

  • Where the examination of a subject involves more than one paper or more than one section of a paper the examiners may, as a result of an unacceptably poor performance in an individual paper or section, refuse to award a pass mark and an "Inadequate Result" (IR) for the subject may be returned by the examiners.

 

Compensation

  • Where a candidate is taking all the written subjects at the same examination sitting, compensation may be exercised, but it shall not as a rule be exercised if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an Inadequate Result (IR) in any subject.

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than 2 subjects.

 

  • Compensation may be exercised only when a candidate’s surplus marks are at least double the deficiency. Compensation shall not be applied to the subjects Practical Assignments and Project Report nor shall surplus marks from these subjects be used in the computation of surplus marks for compensation purposes.

 

Exemption

  • Candidates who have not presented in all subjects or who have not passed in all subjects will be exempted in those subjects in which they have reached the pass standard. On re-examination further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

 

 

ENMXF0011 (FT)/ENMXP0026 (PT) M.ENG.SC. (MODE II) IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

                                  

Course code  and name     Subject Marks
CVST P001 Structural and Fracture Mechanics 100

CVST P002 Foundation Engineering, Bridge                  Engineering and Concrete Technology

100
CVST P003 Structural Design 100
CVST P004 Structural Analysis 100
CVST P005 Finite Element Methods 100
CVST P006 Practical Assignments 200
CVST P007 Project Report 300
Total 1,000

 

Pass Standard

  • The Pass standard is 40% in each subject.

 

  • Where the examination of a subject involves more than one paper or more than one section of a paper the examiners may, as a result of an unacceptably poor performance in an individual paper or section, refuse to award a pass mark and an "Inadequate Result" (IR) for the subject may be returned by the examiners.

 

Compensation

  • Where a candidate is taking all the written subjects at the same examination sitting, compensation may be exercised, but it shall not as a rule be exercised if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an Inadequate Result (IR) in any subject.

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than 2 subjects.

  • Compensation may be exercised only when a candidate’s surplus marks are at least double the deficiency. Compensation shall not be applied to the subjects Practical Assignments and Project Report nor shall surplus marks from these subjects be used in the computation of surplus marks for compensation purposes.

 

Exemption

  • Candidates who have not presented in all subjects or who have not passed in all subjects will be exempted in those subjects in which they have reached the pass standard. On re-examination, further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

 

ENMXF0012 (FT)/ENMXP0027 (PT) M.ENG.SC. (MODE II) IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

                                                   

Course code  and name Marks       Subject Marks
CHEV P001 Basic Environmental Science   200
CHEV P002 Policy, Law, Administration   100
CHEV P003 Treatment Processes for Waters and Wastewaters   200
CHEV P004 Treatment Processes for Gaseous Effluents 100  
CHEV P005 Air Pollution Dispersion Modelling 100 200
CHEV P006 Treatment and Disposal of Solid and Hazardous Wastes   200
CHEV P007 Hydrology and Water Quality Modelling   200
CHEV P008 Hazard and Risk Assessment   100
CHEV P009 Year’s Work   200
CHEV P010 Project Report   600
  Total

2,000

 

Pass Standard

  • The Pass standard is 40% in each subject.

 

  • Where the examination of a subject involves more than one paper or more than one section of a paper the examiners may, as a result of an unacceptably poor performance in an individual paper or section, refuse to award a pass mark and an "Inadequate Result" (IR) for the subject may be returned by the Examiners.

 

Compensation

  • Where a candidate is taking all the written subjects at the same examination sitting, compensation may be exercised, but it shall not as a rule be exercised if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an "Inadequate Result" (IR) in any subject.

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than0 2 subjects.

 

  • Compensation may be exercised only when a candidate’s surplus marks are at least double the deficiency.

 

  • Compensation shall not be applied to the subjects Year’s Work and Project Report nor shall surplus marks from these subjects be used in the computation of surplus marks for compensation purposes.

 

Exemption

  • Candidates who have not presented in all subjects or who have not passed in all subjects will be exempted in those subjects in which they have reached the pass standard. On re-examination, further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

 

ENMXF0010 (FT)/ENMXP0025 (PT) M.ENG.SC. (MODE II) IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

                               

Course code  and name  Subject Marks
CVTP P001 Transportation Planning and Policy 200
CVTP P002 Transportation Operations and Design 200
CVTP P003 Highway Design, Construction and Materials 200
CVTP P004 Accident Analysis and Road Safety 100
CVTP P005 Environmental Assessment and Design 100
CVTP P006 Transport Economics 100
CVTP P007 Statistics and Operations Research 100
CVTP P008 Law and Administration 100
CVTP P009 Computer Applications 100
CVTP P010 Practical Assignments 200
CVTP P011 Project 400
Total 1,800

 

Pass Standard

  • The Pass standard is 40% in each subject.

 

  • Where the examination of a subject involves more than one paper or more than one section of a paper the examiners may, as a result of an unacceptably poor performance in an individual paper or section, refuse to award a pass mark and an "Inadequate Result" (IR) for the subject may be returned by the examiners.

 

Compensation

  • Where a candidate is taking all the written subjects at the same examination sitting, compensation may be exercised but it shall not as a rule be exercised if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject or the candidate has obtained an Inadequate Result (IR) in any subject.

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than 2 subjects.

  • Compensation may be exercised only when a candidate’s surplus marks are at least double the deficiency. Compensation shall not be applied to the subjects Practical Assignments and Project Report nor shall surplus marks from these subjects be used in the computation of surplus marks for compensation purposes.

 

Exemption

  • Candidates who have not presented in all subjects or who have not passed in all subjects will be exempted in those subjects in which they have reached the pass standard. On re-examination further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

 

 

ENMXF0013 (FT)/ENMXP0019 (PT) DEGREE OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING DESIGN (M.E.D.)

 

The examination for the degree consists of two sections: Section A, a written examination and Section B, design project work.

Candidates must present in eight examination subjects, chosen from the list of options shown in Section A.

 

SECTION A

                                                      

Course code  and name  Marks      Subject Marks
MHED P001 Design Methodology and Practice 100  
MHED P002 Computer Aided Design 100  
MHED P003 Design of Machine Elelments 100  
MHED P004 Materials Selection 100  
MHED P005 Production Systems. Design and Management 100  
MHED P006 Design of Automated Manufacturing Systems 100  
MHED P007 Microprocessor Applications 100  
MHED P008 Digital Electronics Design and Interfacing 100  
MHED P009 Tribology and Design Applications 100  
MHED P010 Technology and Innovation Strategy 100  
MHED P011 Design of Internal Combustion Engines 100  
MHED P012 Design of Thermal Power Plant 100  
MHED P013 Micro-climate Management Design 100  
MHED P014 Design of Building Energy Systems 100  
MHED P015 Polymer Matrix Composite Materials :  Performance and Design 100  
MHED P016 Manufacturing and Design with Engineering Polymers 100  
MHED P017 Design of Biomechanical systems 100  
  Total 800

 

 

SECTION B

                                           

Course code  and name Subject Marks
MHED P018 Design Project 600
Total

1,400

 

Pass Standard

  • The pass standard is 40% in each section. Compensation is not allowed between two sections of the examination.

 

  • Examinations may be held in Spring, Summer and Winter.

 

  • Candidates may present in individual papers of Section A and the marks will be retained until the complete examination is attempted.

 

  • Candidates must pass Section A and Section B within nine terms of commencement of studies. Extension to this period may be granted only with the approval of the Faculty.

 

 

Exemption

  • Exemption may be granted where a candidate obtains a pass mark in either Section A or Section B.

 

 

ENMXF0014 (FT)/ENMXP0020 (PT) DEGREE OF MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (M.I.E.)

PART A

                                         

Course code  and name Subject Marks
MHIE P001 Quality Assurance and Engineering Statistics 200
MHIE P003 Production and Operations Management 200
MHIE P002 Industrial Engineering 200
ACC P623 Managerial Accounting 100
HRM P618 Human Resource Management 100
PSY P500 Industrial Psychology and Ergonomics 100
Total 900

 

PART B

                                           

Course code  and name Subject Marks
MHIE P007 System Analysis and Simulation 400
MHIE P008 Industrial Systems 400
MHIE P009 Information Systems 400
MHIE P010 Technology and Innovation Strategy 200
FIN P626 Business finance 200
MKT P616 Marketing and Business Policy 200
1,800
Total 2,700

 

The subject Technology and Innovation Strategy will be examined in Spring, and the results will be considered with those of the subjects taken in Summer.

All the other subjects in Part A and Part B will be examined in Summer.

 

Pass

  • The pass standard will be 40% in each subject.

 

Compensation

  • Compensation within a Part may be exercised if a candidate presents in all six subjects in an academic year, but it shall not as a rule be allowed if:

(i) the candidate’s marks fall below 30% in any subject;

(ii) the candidate’s marks fall below 40% in more than two subjects.

Compensation will not be permitted between Part A and Part B subjects.

 

Exemptions

A candidate who obtains a pass mark in a subject, may, on the recommendation of the examiners, be exempted from further examination in that subject.

 

Course Work

In each subject, up to 40% of the marks available may be allocated to course work.

 

Honours

Honours may be awarded on the candidate’s aggregate marks in Part A and Part B combined.

To be eligible for the award of Honours, a candidate must have passed all Part A and Part B subjects in not more than two individual years.

First Class: about 70%

Second Class: about 60%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARCHITECTURE

ENBDF0009 BSc Arch

ENBDF0010 BArch

 

 (All examinations are of three hours duration unless otherwise indicated)

ENBDF0010 FIRST UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION IN ARCHITECTURE

First Year:

                                                       

Course code  and name No. of Papers  Marks     Subject Marks

CVEN 1002 Theory and Design of Structures (incl. Course Work)

1 200 200
ARCT 1005 Introduction to Computing in Architecture* - 100 100
EXPH 1003 Environmental Science: Part A Physics 1 200  

ARCT 1001 Environmental Science: Part B (Applications)#

1 200 400
ARCT 1002 Building Technology: Part A

Building Technology: Part B*

1 200  
  200 400
ARCT 1003 History and Theory of Architecture 1 400 400
ARCT 1004 Project Work* (incl. Drawing Systems) - 1,500 1,500
  Total   3,000

 

ENBDF0010 SECOND UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION IN ARCHITECTURE

                                                         

Course code  and name No. of Papers    Marks Subject Marks
CVEN 2025 Theory and Design of Structures 1 300 300
ARCT 2001 Environmental Science** 1 300 300
ARCT 2002 Building Technology: Part A

Building Technology: Part B

1 250  
- 250 500
ARCT 2003 History and Theory of Architecture 1 300 300

AND one of the following Optional Subjects:

ARCT 2006 Special Topic in Architecture 1 200  
ARCT 2004 or Computer-aided Design*** - 200  
LANG 2001 or a Modern European Language - 200  
ARCT 2005 or Urban Design* 1 200  
ARCT 2007 or Architecture Structure and Form - 200 200
ARCT 2008 Project Work - 1,800 1,800
  Total   3,400

 

 

ENBDF0009 B.SC. (ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE) DEGREE

                                                         

Course code  and name  No. of Papers   Marks Subject Marks
CVEN 3025 Theory and Design of Structures 1 300 300
ARCT 3001 Building Technology: Part A

        Building Technology: Part B*

1 250
- 250 500
EEEN 3030 Building Services 1 100 100
ARCT 3002 History & Theory of Architecture 1 300 300
ARCT 3003 Ecology of Architecture 1 200 200
ARCT 3004 Project Work* - 1,800 1,800
Total 3,200

 

* on work submitted during the year.

** not more than 40% of the total marks for this subject may be assigned to practical work carried out during the year, and this may include a College Test.

*** to be examined on practical work during the year.

# not more than 25% of the total marks for this subject may be assigned to practical work carried out during the year.

Candidates may not commence the Fourth Year course until they have fulfilled all the requirements of the BSc (Architectural Science) Degree.

 

ENBDF0010 FOURTH UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION IN ARCHITECTURE

                                                           

Course code  and name  No. of Papers Marks Subject Marks
CVEN 4025 Theory and Design of Structures*: 1 300 300
ARCT 4001 Building Technology - Part A

Building Technology - Part B*

- 200  
- 300 500
ARCT 4002 History and Theory of Architecture* - 500 500
ARCT 4003 Surveying 1 100 100
ARCT 4004 Project Work* - 2,400 2,400
  Total   3,800

*Including work submitted during the year.

 

ENBDF0010 B.ARCH. DEGREE

                                                          

Course code  and name No. of Papers Marks   Subject Marks
ARCT 5001 Professional Practice 1 200 200
ARCT 5002 Management 1 200 200
ARCT 5003 Project Work* - 2,600 2,600
  Total   3,000

 

Pass Standard for all examinations in Architecture

  • The Pass standard will be 40% in each subject.

 

  • Compensation in Project Work is not allowed.

 

  • All subjects with the exception of Project Work are deemed to be written subjects.

 

  • Compensation is restricted to written subjects and is allowed only where the following provisions apply:

candidates have passed Project Work;

all the written subjects in a year are being taken together at one sitting;

excess marks from Project Work are not accepted for compensation;

no more than two subjects are acceptable for compensation , one of which must be at least 35%

no subject under 30% is acceptable for compensation.

Building Technology is treated as a written subject and compensation is allowed.

The requirements of Fourth Year Building Technology must be completed before the Fifth Year Course is commenced.

Excess in marks above pass must be at least double the deficiency in marks below pass for compensation. Excess marks in Project Work will not be acceptable from compensation in written subjects.

 

Exemptions

Where a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in Project Work he/she may be exempted from further examination in this subject. Where a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in Project Work and in one or more of the other subjects, he/she may be exempted from further examination in these subjects.

Where a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in at least three subjects in the First, Second, or Third Year, or in one subject of the Fourth Year, or in one subject of the B.Arch Degree Examination he/she may be exempted from further examination in these subjects. On re-examination further exemptions may be allowed in single subjects or groups of subjects when a candidate has reached a Pass Standard in these subjects.

 

Honours Standard for all examinations in Architecture

Honours may be awarded only on the results of the Summer examinations and where the candidate has:-

(i) taken the examination for the first time;

(ii) sat for the examination in the Summer immediately following entry to the examination;

(iii) taken all subjects at the one sitting.

In exceptional cases the Faculty may, at its discretion, waive any of these conditions.

 

First, Second, and Fourth University Examinations in Architecture:

First Class Honours about 70%

Second Class Honours about 60%

 

B.Sc. (Architectural Science)

First Class Honours 70%

Second Class Honours (Grade I) 62%

Second Class Honours (Grade II) 55%

These percentages refer to the aggregate total.

 

CERTIFICATE IN ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND PRACTICAL

EXPERIENCE (Cert in ArchProf)

ENCTP0001 CArchProfPr&PrExpExam

ENCTP0002 CArchProfPr&PrExp

 

                                                          

Course code  and name No. of Papers Marks   Subject Marks
ARCT P014 Professional Practice 1 200 200
ARCT P015 Management and Administration 1 200 200
ARCT P016 Case Study   200 200
ARCT P017 Oral Examination - 200 200
  Total   800

The Pass standard will be 50% in each subject. Compensation is permitted from the oral examination to the papers in Professional Practice and Management and Administration. Exemptions may be granted where a candidate reaches a Pass mark in each of three subjects.

 

HIGHER DIPLOMA IN TOWN PLANNING (HDipTP)

Distinction 65%

Pass 45%

 

DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE (MArchSc)

ENMRF0015 MArch Mode I

ENMRF0016 MArch Mode II

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Architectural Science must obtain the permission of the Faculty before entering on the Course.

  • A Candidate who is holder of the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall be eligible to obtain the Degree of Master of Architectural Science under the following conditions:
  • A Candidate:

(a) must attend a full-time postgraduate course in the College for at least three terms after obtaining the Primary Degree.

(b) must present a Dissertation prepared during such Course; and

(c) must pass an Examination on the subject-matter of the Dissertation if the Examiners so decide.

 

DEGREE OF MASTER OF URBAN AND BUILDING CONSERVATION (MUBC)

ENMRF0003 (FT)/ ENMRP0031 (PT) Mode 1

ENMXF0017 (FT) /ENMXP0021 (PT) Mode 2

  • Candidates for the Degree of Master of Urban and Building Conservation must obtain the permission of the Faculty before entering the course.
  • A Candidate who is holder of the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture or a degree in a related discipline shall be eligible to obtain the Degree of Master of Urban and Building Conservation under the following conditions:
  • A Candidate:

(a) must attend a full-time postgraduate course in the College for at least three terms after obtaining the Primary Degree.

(b) must present a Dissertation prepared during such Course; and

(c) must pass an Examination on the subject-matter of the Dissertation if the Examiners so decide.

 

DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE (URBAN DESIGN) (MSc)

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Science (Urban Design) must obtain the permission of the Faculty before entering the course.

ENMRF0005 (ft)/ENMRP0008 (pt) Mode 1

A Candidate

(a) must attend a full-time postgraduate course in College for at least three terms after obtaining the Primary Degree; and

(b) must carry out assignments and present a thesis prepared during such a course.

Mode 1 candidates may be required to pass an oral examination on the subject of the thesis if the examiners so decide.

 

ENMXF0018 (ft)/ENMXP0022 (pt) Mode 2

A candidate

(a) must attend a full-time postgraduate course in college for at least three terms after obtaining the Primary Degree; and

(b) must carry out assignments and present a thesis prepared during such a course.

(c) must pass examinations in the core and optional subjects.

Urban Design Studio and Placement will be evaluated by continuous assessment. Urban Design Thesis assessment will include an oral examination.

 

Urban Design Core Subjects:

            

Course code  and name  Subject marks
ARCT P001 History, Theory and Practice of Urban Design, including sustainable Urban Design 400
ARCT P002 Planning Law 200
ARCT P003 Theory and Philosophy of Planning 100
ARCT P004 Urban Conservation 100

Optional Subjects

(Two selected from available subjects)

             

Course code  and name Subject marks
ARCT P005 European Spatial Planning and Urban Design Policy 100
ARCT P006 Rural Development and Management 100
ARCT P007 Landscape Design 100
ARCT P008 Computer-aided Design and Geographical Information Systems 100
ARCT P009 Urban Geography 100
ARCT P010 Transportation 100
ARCT P011 The City, Landscape, Garden and Architecture 100
ARCT P012 Urban Design Studio and Placement 1000
ARCT P013 Urban Design Thesis 1000
Total 3000

Pass standard in each subject will be 40%. Compensation may be exercised if a candidate presents in all subjects at the same examination. Compensation may be permitted in up to two subjects provided neither subject is below 35%. Compensation will not be permitted in Urban Design Thesis

REGIONAL AND URBAN PLANNING

ENMXF0028 DEGREE OF MASTER OF REGIONAL AND URBAN PLANNING (MRUP)

ENMXF0028 FIRST EXAMINATION

                                                       

Course code  and name No. of Papers  Subject  Marks
RUP P001 History of Development and Planning 1 50

RUP P002 Social Structure and Organisation (including Planning for Minorities)

2 75
RUP P003 Economics and Land Use Planning 1 50

RUP P004 Design and the Urban and Rural Environment

1 125
RUP P005 Conservation and Landscape Planning 1 100
RUP P006 Development and Infrastructure 1 100
RUP P007 Transportation 1 100
RUP P009 Policy Analysis and Decision Making 1 50
RUP P010 Social Surveys and Research Methods 1 100
RUP P011 Planning Administration 1 150
RUP P012 Studio Planning Projects   700
  Total 1,600

ENMXF0028 FINAL EXAMINATION

                                                   

Course code  and name   No. of Papers    Subject  Marks
RUP P013 Regional Planning and Settlement Systems 1 50
RUP P014 Planning Practice 1 50
RUP P015 Planning Philosophy and Theory 1 75
RUP P016 Planning Law 1 150
RUP P017 Demography, Analysis and Forecasting 1 50
RUP P025 Models and Techniques 1 100
RUP P019 Rural Development and Management 1 100
RUP P020 Practice and Techniques of Development 1 75
RUP P021 Comparative Spatial Planning Experience 1 50
RUP P022 Specialised Studies 600
RUP P024 Thesis 500
Total 1,800

 

ESSAYS AND OTHER SET WORK DURING SESSION

Percentage of Marks allocated to Essays and Set Work Subject           

Social Structure and Organisation/Minorities 100
Economics and Land Use 100
Design and the Urban and Rural Environment 30
Policy Analysis and Decision Making 100
Social Surveys and Research Methods 20
Planning Practice 100
Planning Philosophy 100
Practice and Techniques of Development 20
Rural Planning 20
Comparative Spatial Planning Experience 100
Specialised Studies 100

Passes must be secured in both written examination and essay or other set work.

Where more than one course is examined on the same paper, a pass mark must be secured in each course.

 

Standards

First Class Honours 70%

Second Class Honours 60%

Pass 40%

 

Honours in the Degree examination will be based upon the aggregate marks obtained in First and Final Examinations and provided that the candidate has not been required to repeat any part thereof and has secured an honours mark in the thesis.

 

REGULATIONS

 

First Examination: Exemptions:: Exemptions:

  • Candidates who have attained an honours level in appropriate subjects at Primary Degree level may be exempted from further examination in these subjects. The claiming of an exemption or exemptions on the basis of approved subjects shall not preclude candidates from the award of honours in the Degree of Master of Regional and Urban Planning. Candidates who obtain a pass standard in seven subjects in the First Examination may be exempted in those subjects. Candidates who fail to reach a pass standard in any subject in the First Examination will be allowed only one repeat examination in that subject.

 

Final Examination: Exemptions:: Exemptions:

  • Candidates who obtain a pass standard in four subjects (excluding Thesis and Studio Planning Projects) may be exempted in those subjects. Candidates who fail to reach a pass standard in any subject in the Final Examination will normally be allowed only one repeat examination in that subject. Candidates who have attained a pass standard in Specialised Studies or Thesis may be exempted from further examination in these subjects.

 

  • Candidates must at latest submit their thesis by the first day of July in the academic year in which they sit their final written examination. Candidates who fail to meet this date will normally be required to re-sit the entire Final Examination. In the case of a late submission of thesis, a candidate will not be eligible for an honours degree. Where a resubmission of thesis is required, the submission must be made before the 11 November following the candidate’s first submission.

 

ENMRF0029 MASTER OF SCIENCE (PLANNING) (MSc)

Candidates for the M.Sc. (Planning) degree must obtain the permission of Faculty before entering the course. Normally,

candidates will hold an honours level basic degree and the Dip.T.P. (U.C.D.)., the M.R.U.P. Degree or an equivalent qualification. Exceptionally, graduates from cognate fields with a good planning based topic may be considered.

 

ENMRF0006 DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE (ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS & POLICY) (MSC)

Candidates must have the permission of the Faculty to enter the course. Candidates are required to prepare a major thesis, based on the testing of an original hypothesis. In addition, candidates are required to take such courses as prescribed by the Programme Director. The degree is awarded or withheld. An oral examination may be held if the examiners so decide

ENHDF0001 HIGHER DIPLOMA IN BUILDING PROJECT MANAGEMENT

(Examination Period: Module 1: Spring; Modules 2,3,4 and 5: Summer)

Maximum Marks: 1200

The maximum mark in each subject will be:

                                                                                    

Module Mark
ARCT P018 Foundation module in Building Project Management 150
ARCT P019 Building Project Management Principles 250
ARCT P020 Managing Building Project Quality, Time and Cost 250
ARCT P021 Project Manager: The Promoter's agent 250
ARCT P022 Case Study. 300

Pass Standard: 40%. Distinction: 60%.

Exemption

Candidates who are holders of the NUI Certificate in Architectural Professional Practice and Practical Experience, or of the RIAI Examination in Professional Practice may, subject to interview, be exempted from the Foundation module. The claiming of an exemption from the Foundation module shall not preclude candidates from the award of a Distinction in the Higher Diploma. A Distinction will be awarded on the basis of marks attained for the modules taken for examination. A candidate may be exempted from further examination in any module in which the Pass standard is attained.

A candidate who does not attain a pass mark in every module may be exempted from further sittings of any Modules passed, in any repeat sitting of the examination.

 

Restrictions on the award of Distinction

A distinction grade may be awarded only to a candidate who attains the appropriate mark at their first sitting of the examination.

 

Time limits for passing each examination

There are no time limits for passing the examination.

 

Conditions for advancing from one year to the following:

Candidates may attempt any number of modules and carry forward pass results from one year to another.

 

Provisions for supplemental examination and rules applicable:

No supplemental examination is set.

 

ENMRP0007 MSc: (BUILDING PROJECT MANAGEMENT)

Candidates must have the permission of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture to enter the Course. The Course is open to holders of the Higher Diploma in Building Project Management.

Candidates must present a Dissertation prepared during the course. Candidates will be required to attend for oral examination.

The judgement of the Examiners shall be indicated by a simple recommmendation to award or withold the degree.