IP protocols,Internet architecture, and current networking technologies, internetworking with tcp ip volume 3 pdf free download well as engineers who buildnetwork systems. It is suitable for junior to graduate-level courses in Computer Networks,Data Networks, Network Protocols, and Internetworking. To qualify for award of the degree, a candidate shall have passed in a minimum of NINE units in each of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years of study and a minimum of EIGHT units in the 4th year.
The degree award and classification shall be based on the average score of ALL units taken in the 3rd and 4th years of study. The final award of the degree shall be classified as below based on the average score as defined in Regulation 5. A candidate who repeats the 3rd or 4th year of study but satisfies Regulations 5. 2, shall be eligible for a Pass degree only. A course unit being defined as a series of 35 one-hour lecture equivalents.
Application for exemption will be considered only after payment of an Exemption Fee, as may be prescribed. Ordinary Examinations in the appropriate units. SPH 201, 202, 203 and 204. Anybody wishing to register for more than five elective units must seek approval from the Chairman of Department. Non majors taking Mathematics are advised to choose units from courses: SMA 301, SMA303, SMA 308, SMA 322, SMA 323, SMA 326, SMA 341, and SMA 373. Anybody wishing to register for more than five elective units must seek approval from the Chairman of the Department.
Candidates must have attained the minimum University and the Faculty of Science entry requirements. Candidates must have attained the minimum University of Nairobi and School of Physical Sciences entry requirements. Candidates who have taken the KNEC Diploma in Computer Studies or equivalent and obtained a pass with CREDIT will be EXEMPTED from some courses for the First and Second Years of study that are covered in the Diploma syllabii. The extent of such exemption will be governed by School of Physical Sciences Exemption Rules, but shall not exceed one third of all the courses offered. Computer Studies or equivalent will be EXEMPTED from some courses for the First and Second Years of study that are covered in their HND syllabii. The extent of such exemption will be governed by School of Physical Sciences Exemption Rules, but shall not exceed one third of all courses offered.
All units shall be examined by Ordinary Examinations during the academic year in which they are taken. HOUR end-of-semester examination for each UNIT. A candidate may, on the recommendation of the School Board of Examiners and approval by Senate, be admitted to Special Examinations at the next appropriate end-of-semester examination, in the units for which the candidate failed to sit for Ordinary Examinations at the prescribed time. Special Examinations shall be graded as Ordinary Examinations.
Passes in at least TEN units in the 1st or 2nd or 3rd year of study including exempted units shall, on the recommendation of the School Board of Examiners and approval by Senate, be allowed to proceed to the subsequent year of study. Passes in TEN units in the 4th year of study shall, on the recommendation of the School Board of Examiners and approval by Senate, be considered for award of the degree, subject to Regulation 5. For each such unit the candidate shall resit the examination only a maximum of TWO times during any appropriate end-of-semester examinations by the end of the 4th year of study. Continuous Assessment shall not be taken into account. A candidate shall, on the recommendation of the School Board of Examiners and approval by Senate, be allowed to repeat the year of study if the candidate has passed FOUR to SIX units in the 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th year of study.
Repeated units shall be marked like an Ordinary Examination. Be required to register for ONLY the units previously failed or not completed. Be required to attend lectures and tutorials as well as to carry out practicals and to sit for assessment tests in all units repeated. Be allowed to repeat the particular year of study ONLY ONCE. In any year of study the candidate passes in less than FOUR units.
The candidate fails to follow the prescribed units of the course. The candidate after repeating 4th year of study fails to satisfy Regulation 4. The Department, in conjunction with the Industrial Electronics Unit, runs a Bachelor of Science in Microprocessor Technology and Instrumentation. The course units below are offered for the degree program covered over Eight regular University of Nairobi semesters with a period for Industrial Attachment. Newtons laws of motion and their applications.
Rotational motion of a rigid body about a fixed axis. Hydrodynamics equation of continuity, Benouilles Principle and its applications. Coverage of this unit must include principles of operation of each group of instruments. The general equation of wave motion. Elastic waves in a solid rod and in a spring. Pressure waves in a gas column.
Transverse elastic waves in a bar. Reflection of waves, refraction of waves. Reflection and transmission of transverse waves at interface. Business units: Types of business unit, Characteristics of Business units, Business Law, Company Law, Liabilities of business units, Contract Law. Kinematics of SHM, force and energy of SHM.
Concepts of pressure, volume and temperature. Deformation, Fracture and oxidation, Introduction to x-ray crystallography and spectroscopy. Equation of state and internal energy. Work on a fluid, an electric cell, etc. Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. Cryogenics and the third law of thermodynamics.