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TEMPOH PENGAJIAN & STRUKTUR PROGRAM

    Tempoh pengajian Program Asasi Sains dan Perubatan adalah SATU TAHUN (2 SEMESTER).

     Pelajar wajib menduduki MUET Sesi 3 sebelum bergraduat.

    Senarai kursus dan jam kredit mengikut semester

    SEMESTER I

       BIL  

      KOD KURSUS  

      NAMA KURSUS

      JAM KREDIT  

    1

    PAA 10104

      Biology I

    4

    2

    PAA 10204

      Physics I

    4

    3

    PAA 10304

      Chemistry I

    4

    4

    PAA 10404

      Mathematics I

    4

    5

    PAA 10503

      Basic Information and Communication Technology  

    3

    6

     PAA 10703

      Foundation English I

    3

    7

    PAA 10603

      Penghayatan Islam

    3

    JUMLAH

    25

     

     

    SEMESTER II

      BIL  

      KOD KURSUS  

      NAMA KURSUS  

      JAM KREDIT  

    1

    PAA 20104

      Biology II  

    4

    2

    PAA 20204

      Physics II  

    4

    3

    PAA 20304

      Chemistry II  

    4

    4

    PAA 20404

      Mathematics II  

    4

    5

    PAA 20504

      Introduction to Programming                         

    4

    6

    PAA 12023

      Foundation English II  

    3

    7

    PAA 20602

      Thinking Skills  

    2

    JUMLAH

    25

    PAA 10104: BIOLOGY I

    This course is designed to expose students to basic knowledge and understanding of biology. Training in basic manipulative scientific skills will also be provided in carrying out experiments in biology. The major disciplines in biology covered in this course are the basic concepts and features of cells, genetics reproduction, development and growth. Active learning environment through direct involvement of students is encouraged. At the end of this course, the students will be able to apply basic biology concepts and principles to solve problems related to the study of molecules of life, cells, genetics, reproduction, human development and growth, follow instructions in conducting biology experiments and tasks using principles of biology as demonstrated by the instructors and demonstrate the ability to perform social communication, respect and self-confidence in group activity.

    PAA 10204: PHYSICS I

    This course is designed to enable students to learn the basic concepts and principles of elementary physics. The topics include mechanics, gravitation, states of matter, fluid, simple harmonic motion, waves, waves optics and sound. After completing this course, the students will be able to explain the basic concepts in physics and demonstrate numeracy proficiency to solve physics problems in mechanics, gravitation, states of matter and fluid and display basic laboratory skills in the areas of mechanics, gravitation, states of matter, fluid and waves optics to be implemented in laboratory work.

    PAA 10304: CHEMISTRY I

    This course is designed to provide the essential foundations of chemistry to prepare students for higher studies where chemistry or chemistry-related subjects are taught. Students will be exposed to a thorough introduction to physical and inorganic chemistry, scientific methods, and the development of skills relevant to the safe practice of science. Coverage of this course includes stoichiometry, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonding, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, states of matter, and acid and bases. At the end of this course, the students should be able to apply the concept of principles, chemical bonding, and reactions in physical and inorganic chemistry to solve problems, present chemistry-related problems or phenomena using digital appropriate digital software, and display basic laboratory skills in performing physical and inorganic chemistry experiments.

    PAA 10404: MATHEMATICS I

    This is an introductory course in Mathematics. This course is designed to provide basic knowledge of mathematical concepts, terminology and notation involving geometry, algebra and trigonometry. The topics covered include Number System, Complex Numbers, Polynomials, Inequalities, Sequences and Series, Functions and Graphs, Trigonometry, Conic Sections, Matrices and Vectors. This foundation enables the students to further develop the understanding of mathematical concepts, mathematical thinking and acquire skills in problem solving and the applications of mathematics.

    PAA 10503: BASIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

    This course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills to use computer applications. The topics emphasis on the concept of a computer system such as history, hardware, systems software and applications software. At the end of this course, the students should be able to use the appropriate software application to completing the task related to ICT effectively.

    PAA 10703: FOUNDATION ENGLISH I

    This course is designed to serve a foundation for the English language for academic purpose. It will help students to use knowledge, comprehension and practical skills to show their English proficiency level, which focuses on listening and reading skills. This course also provides students with opportunities to enhance their soft skills through individual or group tasks. Moreover, it prepares students for their university entrance examination.

    PAA 10603: PENGHAYATAN ISLAM

    Kursus ini membincangkan berkenaan tiga aspek utama agama Islam, iaitu Akidah, Fekah dan Akhlak. Aspek akidah menumpukan kepada tiga perkara, iaitu ketuhanan, kerasulan dan hari kiamat. Fekah menjelaskan berkaitan thaharah, solat dan puasa. Manakala akhlak pula menghuraikan tentang sifat mahmudah, mazmumah dan cara-cara penyucian hati. Kaedah pengajaran dan pembelajaran bagi kursus ini ialah menerusi kuliah dan e-pembelajaran. Penghayatan terhadap kursus ini diharapkan dapat membentuk dan melahirkan muslim sejati yang mempunyai pegangan yang sahih, amalan yang benar dan berkeperibadian mulia.

    PAA 20104: BIOLOGY II

    This course is designed to enable students to be able to analyze data, evaluate biological problems and propose possible solutions to problems based on biological principles. Based on the basic knowledge and understanding in Biology I, this course will introduce students to the next level of biology covering biodiversity, ecology, population ecology, variation, biocatalysis, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, gaseous exchange and its control, transport system, homeostatis, coordination and immunity. Active learning environment through direct involvement of students is encouraged. At the end of this course, the students will be able to analyze basic biology principles to solve problems related to biodiversity, ecology, variation, human and plant physiology, construct biology experiments based on the given instructions and discuss the outcomes of the experiments in writing, demonstrate self confidence and ability to respect and interact with other team members in performing designated group activity related to plant and animal physiology topics.

    PAA 20204: PHYSICS II

    This course is designed to enable students to learn the basic concepts and principles of elementary physics. The topics include electrostatics, electricity, magnetism, electromagnetism, heat and thermodynamics. After completing this course, the students will be able to explain apply knowledge in the areas of electrostatics, electricity, magnetism, electromagnetism, heat and thermodynamics to solve physics problem, demonstrate social communication, respect and self-confidence in displaying basic scientific skills in the fields of electromagnetism, heat and thermodynamics and display basic laboratory skills in the areas of electrostatics, electricity and heat to be implemented in laboratory work.

    PAA 20304: CHEMISTRY II

    This course is designed to develop a broader and deeper understanding of concepts, processes, and principles in chemistry related to other disciplines. It covers organic chemistry topics, including nomenclatures, mechanisms, and reactions in hydrocarbon, halogen alkanes, alcohols, phenols, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acid, acyl chloride, ester, and extended physical chemistry topics; electrochemistry and thermochemistry. At the end of this course, students apply the theories, concepts, and chemical reactions to solve chemistry problems with high-order thinking, present good written communication skills along with adaptive delivery based on chemistry-related problems or phenomena, and display basic laboratory skills in performing physical and organic chemistry experiments.

    PAA 20404: MATHEMATICS II

    This course is designed to provide basic knowledge of mathematical concepts, terminology and notation involving two components, calculus and statistics. The topics covered for component of calculus include Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Integration and Numerical Methods. For statistics, the topics are Data Description, Probability, Random Variables and Probability Distribution, and Special Probability Distributions. This foundation enables the students to further develop the understanding of mathematical concepts, mathematical thinking and acquire skills in problem solving and the applications of calculus and statistics.

    PAA 20504: INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING

    This course aims to equip students with the knowledge, concept, principle and skills in programming. The topics emphasis on the concept of problem solving and algorithms in programming. The students will be exposed to programming languages and techniques. At the end of this course, the students should be able to construct programs using appropriate programming techniques to solve the problems.

    PAA 12023: FOUNDATION ENGLISH II

    This course is designed to serve a foundation for the English language for academic purposes. It will help students to use knowledge, comprehension and practical skills to show their English proficiency levels, which focuses on writing and speaking skills. This course also provides students with opportunities to enhance their soft skills through individual or group tasks. Moreover, it prepares students for their university entrance examination.

    PAA 20602: THINKING SKILLS

    Critical thinking is the process by which we develop and support our beliefs and evaluate the strength of arguments made by others in real-life situations. It involves actively and skilfully conceiving, applying, analysing and evaluating information gathered from observation, experience, reflection, reasoning or communication as a guide to belief and action.This course encourages students to reflect on the processes of thinking, as well as developing and practising thinking skills. At the end of this course, the students will be able to explain the concept of critical and creative thinking and demonstrate the attributes of being critical, creative and innovative in learning and life.

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    Pusat Asasi Sains dan Perubatan UniSZA
    Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin
    Kampus Gong Badak
    21300 Kuala Nerus
    Terengganu.

      09-6688311
      09-6688685
      asasi_puspa@unisza.edu.my

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