Programmes / Courses under the Dean's Office


MSc in Project Management

Faculty Courses

  • Technical Report Writing & Presentations Workshop 2005

Report Writing & Presentations 2005
Laboratory Manual
MATH 1180 : Engineering Mathematics I
MATH 2230- Engineering Mathematics II

  • ENGR 1000 : Introduction to Engineering - 3 Credits
    An introduction to the following: historical development of engineering; formation of the engineer; role and functions of engineers and professional organisations; creative and critical thinking; technical communications; ethics; liability; safety; legal forms of association; contracts; company law; intellectual property; engineering economics and business operations; infrastructure; energy systems and economics, environment and sustainable development; approaches to design.

  • ENGR 1001 : Information Technology for Engineers - 3 Credits

  • ENGR 3000 : The Technology of The Steelpan - 3 Credits
    This course attempts to summarise and present, in a formal fashion, current knowledge on various technological aspects of the steelpan musical instrument. The major technologies that impact on the instrument are acoustics, mechanical vibrations, metallurgy, physical structure and signal analysis. However, no special prerequisite knowledge is required in any of these areas. The course starts off with an overview of the very subjective area of the perception of music. This is essential as it provides a reference point for later discussions. Other topics include the manufacturing process, including a discussion on the types of metallurgical properties required for different instrument characteristics, the modal properties of the instrument and the dynamics of the stick impact. The course ends with some consideration of significant recent developments.

  • ENGR 3001 : Natural Hazards & Disaster Management in the Caribbean -3 Credits
    Definitions and concepts, characteristics of natural hazards in the Caribbean, economic, social and environmental impacts; techniques for identification, mapping and prediction, vulnerability and risk assessment, the disaster management cycle, structural and non-structural mitigation, emergency planning, recovery and reconstruction, disaster management and development planning, disaster management and agriculture, tourism, public health, public policy and legislation, sociology of disasters, disaster education.

  • OSHA

  • Effective Technical Presentations Workshop.

  • Effective Technical Report Writing Workshop.