- Teacher: Moodle Admin
This course focuses on the basics of urban design and planning theories, methods and development of urban spaces through history; principles and techniques. Analysis of urban physical pattern; contemporary concepts & trends; The inter-relationship between key urban activities in the urban planning process.
- Teacher: Maisha Durdana Mogna
This course will trace the chronological development in Architecture throughout the prehistoric periods, and in ancient Egypt, Near East, Greece and Rome. It will discuss the historical background, architectural and building characteristics, geological, geographical, social, cultural, political and religious issues influencing the development styles and forms through different representative examples.
- Teacher: Naimul Aziz
- Teacher: Rukaia Islam
- Teacher: Rukaia Islam
- Teacher: Ms. Parul Akhter
This course helps students build the proficiency
needed to succeed in today’s technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on
the development of professional oral and written communication skills. Students
will improve: memo, letter, email, writing and presentation skills and the
ability to effectively participate in and chair meetings. Students will also
develop skills in resume writing and study the strategies and techniques needed
for success in interviews.
- Teacher: Ms. Sabreya Khanom Zuma
This course will introduce economic analysis of aggregate employment,
income, and prices. Topics include major schools of economic thought; aggregate
supply and demand; economic measures, fluctuations, and growth; money and
banking; stabilization techniques; and international trade. Upon completion,
students should be able to evaluate national economic components, conditions,
and alternatives for achieving socioeconomic goals.
- Teacher: Ms. Rownak Jahan
This is an introductory course for computer programming. The basics of
programming and how digital computers work is covered in this course. Students
will start learning programming with C programming language and develop their
logic for problem solving.
- Teacher: Ashek Seum
Civil engineering, in its
very essence, a development oriented discipline. With its vast branches like
structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering,
transportation engineering and water resource engineering, civil engineering
program aims for advancement and enhancement of human life & society through
infrastructure etc. development. To achieve SDG 9, infrastructure development
should be sustainable, resilient and overall inclusive in nature. For proper
and timely implementation of development works targeted towards sustainable
equitable and inclusive growth, a graduate civil engineer should be equipment
with required project as well as contract management tools and knowledge. A
graduate civil engineer should be able to demonstrate knowledge and
understanding of engineering management principles and economic decision-making
and apply these in real life work as individual as well as team member in
multidisciplinary professional environments. A graduate engineer should be able
to apply reasoning to assess contractual, legal, safety, societal issues relevant
to professional engineering practices. A graduate civil engineer also has to be
able to write and interpret report and also be proficient in communication in
professional environments. Also development through approaches like
participatory involvement of beneficiary in development activities will ensure
the sustainable, inclusive and resilient growth of the society especially in
micro-level which will aid towards achieving SDG 8.
- Teacher: Md. Asif Hossain
- Teacher: Dr. Mohammad Shafiul Alam
This is an advance course on Internal Combustion Engine offered to fourth year first semester students.
- Teacher: Md. Arif Mahmud Shuklo Shoshe
- Teacher: Hasib Md. Abid Bin Farid
This course will teach undergraduate students the
basic elements of formal languages, automata theory, context-free grammars and the
basics of designing a compiler. Designing a compiler will include the study of
different techniques for analyses and syntheses of formal languages.
- Teacher: Aminur Rahman
Considering the integration of the textile sector of Bangladesh spinning
is the first stage of backward linkage. The students wishing to be employed in
any part of the textile sector will need to have a thorough understanding of
yarn manufacturing systems with process, production machinery, and quality
management system. This course aims to develop students’ understanding of short
and long staple yarn manufacturing systems as well as to know the impact of
spun yarn properties in the subsequent process i.e. knitting, weaving, dyeing,
printing, finishing, etc.
- Teacher: Subrata Kumar Saha