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This Programme aims to give the students a basic knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspect to enable him/her to repair domestic air conditioners and refrigerators.

This Certificate is viewed as a post-secondary education qualification that is awarded on the successful completion of a prescribed programme of studies that is defined by credits attained for a series of courses. The unit of measurement for the Certificate Programme is the Credit, which is defined as the academic value of a theory course delivered for one hour per week during a full-length semester. A practical course may need more time assigned for a credit.

Each Certificate Programme will consist of a balance of General Education, Programme, and Elective courses that would ensure that the recipient of the Certificate Programme has acquired Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes that will:-

  • Serve as credentials in their own right for entry into certain vocations, occupations and professions;
  • Provide articulation and portability with other College programmes/ post-secondary programmes regionally and internationally;
  • Provide increased access to higher education;
  • Facilitate a reasonable contribution to national and regional development.

 

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of Senior Primary School or mature students (over 21 years). Interview required.

Graduation with Honours

The following system of scholastic honours is defined by the College to mark outstanding achievement in courses or programmes:

Distinction: 80% - 100%      Credit: 65% - 79%       Pass: 50% - 64%

 

COURSE
CODE

COURSE TITLE

Hours per Week

Total Credits

Year 1

Hrs

Sem 1

Sem 2

 

GENERAL EDUCATION

       

COM112

Reading and Writing Fundamentals

3

 

3

3

MAT118

Craft Mathematics

2

 

2

2

DRW119

Mechanical Blue Printing Reading I

 

3

3

3

MAT120

Craft Mathematics II

 

2

2

2

           

Minimum Number of General Education Credits Required

     

10

 

PROGRAMME COURSES

       

RAC101*

Refrigeration Practical

8

 

8

4

RAC103

Refrigeration Technology

4

 

4

4

ENS101

Engineering Science IA

2

 

2

2

EGP129

Mechanical Craft II

 

4

4

2

RAC102*

Refrigeration Practical I

 

8

8

4

RAC104

Refrigeration Technology I

 

4

4

4

ENS102

Engineering Science

 

2

2

2

EGP128

Mechanical Craft I

4

 

4

2

           

Minimum Number of Programme Credits Required

     

24

           
 

ELECTIVE (Select any Course)

       

CIT101

Computer Applications

3

 

3

3

           

Minimum Number of Elective Credits Required

     

3

           

Minimum Number of Credits Needed to Graduate   

     

37

This programme is designed to provide students with a wide knowledge of Automobile Engineering and specific skills to enable them to function as technicians, or to pursue higher education qualifications in Engineering. The programme addresses studies in automobile design, development and manufacture. It sensitises students to the changing principles and processes employed in the construction and functioning of vehicles and fuel propelled engines.

Entry Requirements

General Entry requirements for Associate Degree, including passes in relevant subjects: for example, Physics and Mechanical Technology.

General Entry Requirements

Passes in at least five (5) subjects at:

  • CXC General Proficiency Level, including English A and Mathematics (Grades I, II, III) or
  • GCE ‘O’ level (Grades A, B, C) or a combination of both.

Graduation Requirements

  • Minimum Number of General Education Credits Required - 24
  • Minimum Number of Programme Credits Required - 43
  • Minimum Number of Elective Credits Required – 6
    • Total Number of Credits Needed to Graduate - 73

Graduation with Honours

The following system of scholastic honours is defined by the College to mark outstanding achievement in courses or programmes:

Distinction : 80% - 100%      Credit 65% - 79%      Pass : 50% - 64%

 Curriculum

COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE

HOURS PER WEEK

Total Credits

Year 1

Year 2

Hrs

Sem1

Sem2

Sem1

Sem2

 

GENERAL EDUCATION

           

COM103

Communication Studies I

3

     

3

3

MAT110

College Algebra

3

     

3

3

PHY102

Physics

4

     

4

3

MAT104

Trigonometry & Complex Numbers

 

3

   

3

3

COM104

Communication Studies II

 

3

   

3

3

CIP201

Caribbean Issues & Perspectives

   

3

 

3

3

MAT109

Calculus I

   

3

 

3

3

CIT101

Computer Applications

   

3

 

3

3

 

OPTION (This course is optional)

           

MAT216

Calculus IIA

     

3

3

3

Minimum Number of General Education Credits Required

         

24

               
 

PROGRAMME COURSES

           

DRW105

Engineering Drawing I & Cad

3

     

3

3

EGP118

Workshop Theory and Practice I

6

     

6

3

ELT109

Electrical and Electronics Principles

3

     

3

3

EGP110

Automobile Practice I

 

3

   

3

3

ESC103

Applied Engineering Science I

 

3

   

3

3

EGP107

Automobile Technology I

 

3

   

3

3

EGT109

Applied Mechanics I

   

3

 

3

3

EGT108

Automobile Technology II

   

3

 

3

3

EGP212

Automobile Practice II

   

3

 

3

3

EGT218

Strength of Materials

     

3

3

3

EGP217

Auto Theory and Practice

     

3

3

3

EGP220

Internship

     

40

40

4

 

OPTIONS  -  (Select Any Two Courses)

           

EGP108

EGT217

EGP213

Refrigeration Theory and Practice

Fluid Mechanics      

Welding Theory and Practice II

 

3

 

3

3

6

               

Minimum Number of Programme Credits Required

         

43

 

ELECTIVES (Select Two Courses)

           

SOC101

PSY101

BUS206

Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Psychology

Organisational Behaviour

     

3

3

3

               

Minimum Number of Elective Credits Required

         

6

               

Minimum Number of Credits Needed to Graduate 

         

73

This programme seeks to provide students with a knowledge and understanding of the construction industry and the built environment, as they relate to the design process. Further, students learn to show appreciation for architectural processes with emphasis on analysis, interpretation and design application.

Entry Requirements

General entry requirements for Associate Degree, including passes in relevant subjects: for example, Physics, Chemistry and Technical Drawing.

General Entry Requirements

Passes in at least five (5) subjects at:

  • CXC General Proficiency Level, including English A and Mathematics (Grades I II, III) or
  • GCE ‘O’ level (Grades A, B, C) or a combination of both.

Graduation Requirements

  • Minimum Number of General Education Credits Required - 30
  • Minimum Number of Programme Credits Required - 43
  • Minimum Number of Elective Credits Required – 3
    • Total Number of Credits Needed to Graduate - 76

Graduation with Honours

The following system of scholastic honours is defined by the College to mark outstanding achievement in courses or programmes:

Distinction : 80% - 100%       Credit 65% - 79%          Pass : 50% - 64%

 

COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE

HOURS PER WEEK

Total

Credits

Year 1

Year 2

Hrs

Sem1

Sem2

Sem1

Sem2

 

GENERAL EDUCATION

           

CHM102

Chemistry

5

     

5

3

COM103

Communication Studies I

3

     

3

3

MAT110

College Algebra

3

     

3

3

PHY102

Physics

4

     

4

3

MAT104

Trigonometry & Complex Numbers

 

3

   

3

3

COM104

Communication Studies II

 

3

   

3

3

CIP201

Caribbean Issues and Perspectives

   

3

 

3

3

CIT101

Computer Applications

3

     

3

3

MAT109

Calculus I

   

3

 

3

3

MAT216

Calculus IIA

     

3

3

3

               

Minimum Number of General Education Credits Required

         

30

 

PROGRAMME COURSES

           

BLT105

Building Technology I

3

     

3

3

DRW107

Graphic Communications I & Cad

6

     

6

3

BLT106

Building Technology II

 

3

   

3

3

DRW108

Graphic Communications II & Cad

 

6

   

6

3

BSC103

Building Science and Materials

   

3

 

3

3

EGT218

Strength of Materials

   

4

 

4

4

BLT208

History of Architecture

   

2

 

2

2

BLT211

Building Technology III

   

3

 

3

3

DRW212

Architectural  Detailing & Cad I

   

6

 

6

3

BSC213

Structural Theory and Practice

     

5

5

3

BSC212

Construction Surveying

     

4

4

4

DRW213

Architectural  Detailing & Cad II

     

6

6

3

BLP112

Internship

     

40

40

3

 

OPTIONS  -  (Select One Course)

           

BLT108

Building Craft Studies

           

BLT109

Building Services

     

3

3

¾

MEA102

Estimating

     

4

4

 

Minimum Number of Programme Credits Required

         

43

 

ELECTIVE (Select One Course)

           

SOC101

PSY101

Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Psychology

           

MGT102

ECO101

ACC101

Construction Management and Law I

Fundamentals of Economics

Financial Accounting I

 

3

   

3

3

Minimum Number of Elective Credits Required

         

3

               

Minimum Number of Credits Needed to Graduate  - 

         

76

"The fundamental cure for poverty is not money, but knowledge."

Sir William Arthur Lewis

Sir William Arthur Lewis
(Our island's first of two Nobel Laureates)

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