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A. Course Information

Programme CT103
Lecturer SAIFUDDIN BIN HJ MOHTARAM
(saifudin_m@gapps.kptm.edu.my)

B. Course Learning Outcome (CO)

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Explain the technologies, trends, capabilities, and limitations of mobile applications.
CO2 Use current mobile apps development platforms and their architectures to design
simple apps.
CO3 Develop and publish mobile applications on a popular mobile platform.

C. Course Assessment

Method Percent Learning Outcome Assessed Brief Description
Continuous Assessment
Assignment 1 15% CO1 Simple academic writing on the technologies and
knowledge related to mobile apps.

Assignment 2 25% CO2 Test student ability to use mobile apps design tools.
Use a real or created problem that needs to be solved by
designing a simple mobile app.

Practical Test 20% CO2 Two hours individual test with prepared case study/problem
scenarios. The student needs to apply critical thinking and
problem-solving skills in creating a simple app. The apps
will be evaluated via Mobile apps rubric.

Summative/ Final Assessment

Project 40% CO3 Group project to suggest and develop mobile apps. The
application later need to be published on a popular mobile
platform.

Course Learning Outcome (CO):

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1 - Define and explain micro and macroeconomics principles and concept from conventional perspectives. (C2, P1, A1)
CO2 - Apply formulas to calculate the economic data given and elaborate the economic situation. (C3)
CO3 - Determine the economic situations using set of economic data and propose the economics solutions. (C3)
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1 Briefly explain basic operation in Java and describe the object oriented programming concept and terminologies. (C2, A3, P2)
CO2 Employing object oriented programming concept to solve problems that involves simple classes, array, inheritance, polymorphism and files. (C3)
CO3 Work in group to design and develop an application / applet using graphical facilities that available in class libraries. (C6, P7)
This course assist students to develop the communication potential through practical experiences. Students learn communication skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. Besides that, students will learn to overcome the nervousness and fear everyone feels before the presentation, organize and present their ideas logically and convincingly and deliver the preseentation.
This course introduces students to a variety of techniques of business writing theories and oral practices. They are designed to be applicable to the production of work-related communication in the real world. The learning of organizational communication subject involve the fundamentals of good business writing such as protocols for business letters, memorandum, emails, good and bad messages, formal reports and proposals.

Course Learning Outcome (CO)
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Use appropriate elements of communication process in a work-related environment.
CO2: Write emails, memos, business letters with different tones and purposes.
CO3: Demonstrate effective communication skills used in a work-related environment.


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