Semester Sample Clauses

Semester. One (1) of three (3) main academic terms making up the academic year. Fall semester courses typically run from September through December, while Winter semester courses are usually offered from January through April, and Spring semester courses run from May through August. Semester Contact Hour (SCH) An hour scheduled by the Registrar and spent in instruction in lectures, laboratories, tutorials, seminars or clinical instruction per week during a traditional thirteen (13)-week semester, or equivalent. Normally one
Semester. YON 201 Directed Studies 1 (1+1) 3 This course aims at familiarizing students with basic research techniques, methodology and approaches in social sciences. Students are expected to conduct a research individually on given subjects and to write research proposals and reports for their research. ICP 201 Social Text Translation (2+1) 3 This course aims at developing students’ awareness and understanding of terminology in the field of social sciences. It also covers the translation of social topics, international politics, international organizations, history, music, art, theatre etc. ICP 203 Consecutive Interpreting I (2+1) 3 This course aims to help students excel at sight translation and consecutive interpreting. Students practice note-taking, listening and consecutive interpreting. They are provided with terminology on a number of topics. ICP 205 Dubbing Subtitling (2+1) 3 The aim of this course is to provide students with the essential knowledge of audio- visual translation and the necessary techniques of subtitle translation. It aims to enable students to achieve competence in subtitle translation. Students are made to translate a variety of films such as feature films and documentaries in order to improve their competence of performing sound translations.ICP 207 Translation Theory (2+1) 3 This course aims to familiarise students with models and theories developed by the most influential theorists in the field of translation studies. It also covers theories and models developed recently by translation scholars and schools, the basic and common concepts and terms of translation studies, the political and social aspects of translation and the role of translator and translation. ICP 209 Business Translation (2+1) 3 The aim of this course is to enable students to acquire written translation knowledge and skill required in fields of business and tourism. It includes reading and translation of a wide variety of business letters; (i.e. enquiry, order, complaint, letter of application) and texts related to topics on business (i.e. foreign trade, insurance, customs and procedures, bills of loading). The course aims at raising students’ awareness and understanding of terminology in the field of tourism and hotel management. It also focuses on the translation of materials such as tourism geography, tourism marketing, and hospitality.
Semester. Mandatory courses 77887 Czech Language History and Dialectology 5 60/0/0 36059 Czech Language II 5 0/0/90 39624 Physical Education 2 0 0/0/30 Internal elective courses - a min. of 15 from total 30 ECTS credits during course of study - choose a min. of 15 from a total of 30 ECTS credits for elective courses during course of study (1889) 69897 Czech Language and Literature Study Programme -Final Paper 5 0/0/0 102250 Czech Popular Literature 5 30/30/0 125807 Introduction to Czech Literature 5 45/15/0 Open electives - during course of study use remaining ECTS credits from total of 30 ECTS for elective courses - choose the remainder of a total of 30 ECTS credits for elective courses during course of study (1891) Courses from this department 69897 Czech Language and Literature Study Programme -Final Paper 5 0/0/0 102250 Czech Popular Literature 5 30/30/0 125807 Introduction to Czech Literature 5 45/15/0 Courses from other departments Number of courses: 221
Semester. By “semester” this agreement shall refer to any term of the academic year during which courses are offered at Wayne State University.
Semester. By “semester” this Agreement shall refer to one of three regular semesters (Fall, Winter or Spring/Summer) during which courses are offered at Wayne State University.
Semester. S.NoCourse Code Course TitleContact hours/week CreditsScheme of Valuation
Semester. Paper No.TITLE OF THE PAPER Credits Theory Practical MarksInternal AssessmentMarksTotal Marks HARD CORE PAPERS2.1(H)Macro Economic Analysis KUVEMPU UNIVERSITYDepartment of Studies in Economics CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM Two year M.A. Course in Economics of 4 Semesters SYLLABUS(RESTRUCTURED) With Effect From: 2018-19
Semester. S.NoCourse code Course TitleContact hours/week CreditsScheme of Valuation
Semester. Include the year in which you are enrolled in SWRK 282 or SWRK 283.
Semester. EVSENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES15UEVS11Hrs/ Week: 2Hrs/ Sem: 30Hrs/ UNIT: 6Credits: 1 UNIT - I: Nature of Environmental StudiesGoals, Objectives and guiding principles of environmental studies. Towards sustainable development - Environmental segmentsAtmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere, Biosphere – definition. Pollution episodes -– Hiroshima – Nagasaki, - Bhopal gas Tragedy, Fukishma – Stone leprosy in Taj MahalUNIT - II: Natural ResourcesRenewable and Non Renewable resources - classification.⮚ Forest resources: Use and over - exploitation, Aforrestation and deforestation.⮚ Water resources: Use and over - utilization and conservation of surface and ground water - Rain harvesting.⮚ Marine Resources: Fisheries and Coral reefs.⮚ Mineral resources: Use and exploitation - environmental impacts of extracting and using mineral resources.⮚ Food resources: Effects of modern agriculture fertilizers - pesticide problem.⮚ Energy resources: Growing energy needs - use of alternate energy source - Solar cells & wind mills.⮚ Land resources: Land degradation UNIT - III: EcosystemConcept of Eco-systems - Tropic level, food chains, food web and Ecological pyramids. Types, structure & Functions of the following: