Available courses

Final Year Project
Juvenal Nsengiyumva

Final Year Project

The course is "Final Year Project".

The purpose of this course in the platform is to check for PLAGIARISM.

Principles of Management

Principles of Management

The course intends to give an introduction to Management concepts.  The objective of this course is to expose students to the theories of management, organizational theory, and the practice of management in contemporary organizations from a conceptual, analytical, and pragmatic perspective. The course is a study of how to be better managers and aims at developing skills and knowledge needed to successfully manage an organization.


Entrepreneurship and Project Management
Ndagijimana Amon

Entrepreneurship and Project Management

This course is designed to provide students a thorough understanding of the contributions made by investments and development projects in various areas and specifically in education. This course aims to develop the capacity of students for innovation, investment, and expansion in new markets, products and techniques. The course covers topics like the concept of entrepreneurship and investment; business plan design; the concept of the project management; project planning and estimation; project design; business or project implementation; organizing and staffing business or project; business or project budgeting; project schedule; project coordination and control; project monitoring and evaluation; enterprise resource planning; project closeout and termination. At the end of this course, the student will be able to elaborate and present a business plan of his/her own choice; plan, design and implement a development project; manage and evaluate a business and/or a development project and make a budget and the timeline for a development project or business activities.

Introduction To Big Data Analytic
Ishimwe Prince

Introduction To Big Data Analytic

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to collect data from different sources, munge it in a way that it becomes available to be consumed by analysts and finally deliver data products useful to the organization business.

Introduction To Computer Programming
Ishimwe Prince

Introduction To Computer Programming

The purpose of this course is to teach students programing Pseudo-code starting from: Programing Logical Structure, Linear Data Structures, Functions, Pointers, Structures and Input/output Files; aiming to  teach them how to make a plan of program .

History of English Language
Kayigema Jacques

History of English Language

This course is an inquiry into the origins, development, and spread of the English language. It looks at the major periods of English development namely Old English, Middle English and Modern English. Major topics to be examined will include source and nature of English vocabulary, discrepancy between spelling and pronunciation, the spread of English to the world, varieties of English in the world: British, American, Canadian, West African, Australian and New Zealand. Other topics will include English as an international language, English as a global language, the future of English and Standard English.

Study and Research Methods
Ndahayo claver

Study and Research Methods

The study and research methods’ content includes the whole content of the book: P O W E R —Learning and Your Life, Essentials of Student Success of Robert S. Feldman (University of Massachusetts, Amhert). Are included in the course content description, the academic writing, style, and computer formatting… the time management, the note-taking and the use of the library, the choice of a topic and the necessary forms to be used in the presentation of the topic request and the research proposal and approval. Hence, the definition of the research problem, the hypothesis variables, the phases of a research process, the sampling techniques, data collection techniques, results presentation and discussion techniques, and the styles for presenting the references will be discussed according to APA style.

 

As an initiation course. The course introduces students to good ways of studying and doing research in an academic institution like AUCA. In sum, the Course of Study and Research Methods introduces the student to academic studies by teaching the student the organization of the material to learn. The student is called to be as creative as possible basing his efforts of study methods on what the instructor will elaborate with the student during all the class sessions. Books that highlight different ways/methods on how to study, will be available for students to use in class and outside of the classroom.


Philosophy of Education
Ndahayo claver

Philosophy of Education

Given the fact that all philosophies must of necessity deal with the problem of evil and how to overcome it the aims and content of the module “Philosophy of Christian Education” aims to:

 

  • Overview ancient philosophies and how education was viewed by different philosophers of Ancient Rome, earliest civilization, Greeks, Jewish, China, India, education, and other Asian philosophers and the way they viewed education.
  • Help students understand what Philosophy means in terms of its root (Philos—Sophia).
  • Get the proper meaning of what Wisdom is in the perspective of secular philosophy and in the perspective of the Bible (Job 28:28; Daniel 1). In the end, the student should understand that to restore God’s image in him/her is the ultimate aim of this course of Philosophy of education. Thus, all educational issues should be dealt with by having this end in mind.

Principles of Teaching

Principles of Teaching

The course focuses on effective teaching and also includes an examination of student involvement in the classroom and the application of the principles of teaching.  The topics include concepts of teaching, teacher, teaching effectiveness, planning, and preparation to teaching which include the general principles of schemes of work and lesson planning, classroom management, and other professional responsibilities.  It highlights also the different models of teaching and general methods of teaching such as inductive and deductive methods.


Educational Planning

Educational Planning

WELCOME

Welcome to class EDAD 612 Educational Planning!

Hello friends! It's a pleasure to have you in this class. I am positive that you are going to have a great time learning one of the greatest subjects, "Educational Planning". It is my earnest hope that your learning experiences in this course will enrich your work-life and orient you towards embracing change in educational planning.

In this course, it shall be my endeavor to help you understand and internalize the theory and practices of Educational Planning. I am confident that you will find valuable insights related to your work life in what is taught through this course. Further, the experiences gained through this module would help gain a better understanding of the way Educational Planning is done. This course is designed to provide students a thorough understanding of the process of planning for either a school system or its activities in an educational system. Overall, it takes into account the input, process, and output aspects of planning for a school system, buildings, equipment, and sites as influenced by educational philosophy need and financial resources available; features of the good school plants and their management; a comprehensive study of educational-facilities planning as related to preliminary development plans and long-range master planning of educational facilities/campuses.

I encourage you to work hard and in a timely manner and by doing so I am positive you will be able to achieve the objectives of the course.

Hoping that you will enjoy the class Educational Planning.

God bless us all.

All the best,