Course description: Neighborhoods remain an important locus of everyday life. In particular, the quality of a neighborhood’s housing stock, physical infrastructure, social relationships (both internal and external), environment, and employment and business opportunities have a major impact on the quality
Short description This course presents different perspectives of strategic management. Students should master the different framework of analysis and be able to master strategic processes within a firm as a whole and its transaction with its environment. Course objectives: To
Course Description An overview of the theory and practice of managing projects in any organization, applying widely used software tools for project management and risk analysis. Emphasis is on leadership in project management: managing projects or tasks in a team
Course Description This course will introduce students to challenges associated with development and environment in Uganda and world over. The course will help students to analyze issues related to economic growth and development, population growth and need for sustainable development.
Rationale/Course Description This course introduces students to basic information and communication technologies as they generally relate to disciplines in the built environment. Objectives/Aims To acquaint the student with the need to select appropriate ICT systems for the various tasks To