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Code of Practice for Programme Accreditation APPENDIX 7 Foundation in Built Environment

TABLE 3: SUMMARY OF INFORMATION ON EACH COURSE/MODULE

1. Name of Course/Module : PHOTOGRAPHIC & DIGITAL IMAGING


2. Course Code : MPU1422
3. Name(s) of academic staff : AHMAD NASHRIQ RUSLAN
4. Rationale for the inclusion of the course/module in the programme :
The aims of this course are to enable students:
 Understand the fundamentals and limitations of digital photography
 Produce digital images that rival those of film.
 Comprehend the function of the camera.

5. Semester and Year offered : Semester 1/2/3/Year 1


6. Total Student Learning
Face to Face Non Face to Face SLT
Time (SLT)
L = Lecture L T P O L T P O
T = Tutorial
P = Practical 14 0 14 0 28 0 14 10 80
O= Others
7. Credit Value : 2
8. Prerequisite (if any) : Nil
Learning outcomes :
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO) DomainLearning

Assessment
Teaching &
Upon completion of this course students should be able

Outcomes

Activities
Learning

Learning
Domain

Method
to:
%

1. Explain the function of a camera. C2 Knowledge Lecture Quiz 10%


2. Demonstrate the camera function in correct way. P5 Practical Skill
Practical Project
40%
Portfolio 1
4. Complete a portfolio related to discipline. A3
Life Long
Lecture/Practical
Project
50%
Learning Portfolio 2

9. Transferable Skills:
Skills and how they are developed and assessed. Project and Assignment.
1. Knowledge
2. Practical Skill
3. Life Long Learning
10. Teaching-learning and assessment strategy
Learning Outcomes Teaching-Learning Strategy Assessment Strategy
Knowledge Lecture Quiz
Practical Skill Practical Project Portfolio 1
Life Long Learning Lecture/Practical Project Portfolio 2

11. Synopsis

This module is an introduction to the theory, practice, and history of photography, developing, printing,
composition, and presentation related to construction/property/business field.

13. Mode of Delivery


Lecture, Discussion, group work, self study, group assignment and group presentation

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TABLE 3: SUMMARY OF INFORMATION ON EACH COURSE/MODULE

14. Assessment Methods and Types


CLO TLA F2F + NF2F ASSESSMENT %
CLO1 Lecture 8+0=8 Quiz 8/80 = 10.0= 10% 10%
CLO2 Practical 10+22=32 Project Portfolio 1 32/80 = 40.0= 40% 40%

15. CLO3 of the


Mapping Lecturer
Course& Learning
(6+12)+(4+18) Project
Outcome (CLO) to Portfolio 2
the Programme 40/80 = 50.0=
Educational 50% (PEO)
Objective 50%
Practical =40
COURSE LEARNING
OUTCOMES (CLO)
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEO)
CLO1 CLO2 CLO3

To equip students with knowledge and understanding the concept


PEO 1 that underpin the study related to built environment for pursuing
education in built environment degree and its related discipline.

To equip students with basic theory, practice and cultivate critical
PEO2 thinking to students in relevant knowledge to pursue studies in built √
environment degree and its related discipline.
To cultivate student with highly accountable to the society,
PEO3 environment, ethics and social conducts.
To develop student who are able to work in a team, communicate
PEO4 effectively across a range of context and audience and
demonstrate leadership skills to lead a multi-disciplinary team.
To provide skills to research, analyse, evaluate data, presentation,
PEO5 time management and self learning study skills. √

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16. Mapping of the Course Learning Outcome(CLO) to the Programme Learning Outcomes(P LO)

COURSE LEARNING
OUTCOMES (CLO)
PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)
CLO1 CLO2 CLO3

Able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in


PLO1 fundamental of building, construction fields and its related √
discipline.

Able to demonstrate technique, skills, and application of


PLO2 appropriate mathematical, computational and modern √
construction tools.

Able to think critically, logically, creatively and analytically in


PLO3 order to identify, analyse and solve contemporary built
environment and social issues.

Able to demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal


PLO4 skill in appropriate oral/written for given audience.

Able to work collaboratively as part of a team undertaking a


PLO5 range of different team roles.

Able to display professional ethics and practices and moral


PLO6 responsibility during social interactions for a benefit of mankind.

Able to independently seek, acquire and manage relevant


PLO7 information from a variety of sources and demonstrate a √
commitment to life-long learning and professional development.

Demonstrate an awareness of management, business practices


PLO8 and entrepreneurship

Able to lead a multi-disciplinary team using the acquired basic


PLO9 knowledge of leadership.

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17. Content outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic
No Topic LEC TUT STU LAB EX SLT TSL

1
Introduction to rules fundamental and skills of basketball 1 0 2 3

2
Lesson to correctly executed required skills and techniques 1 2 2 5
3
Lesson how to use equipment/facilities safely 1 2 2 6

4 To understand how kinesiology relates to a healthy


1 2 4 7
individual lifestyles
5 To learn different zone, defensive positions and strategy of
1 0 4 14
the games
6 Field practice 0 4 16
7 Practical assessment 0 6 19
Subtotal: Lectures and tutorials 14 42 70

Assignment/Presentation/Project 10 10

TOTAL 14 14 52 80

*LEC= LECTURE, TUT=TUTORIAL, STU=STUDIO, LAB=LAB, SMR=SEMINAR, WKS= WORKSHOP, EX= EXAM,
SLT = STUDENT SELF LEARNING TIME, TSL= TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING

18. Main references supporting the course


Brennan Bennett, (2010). College Basketball and Life's Greatest Lesson , Lulu..

Additional references supporting the course

19. Other additional information


Nil

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