This course give exposures on the importance of Sustainable Development (SD), awareness on the issues, challenges and implications of SD over the environmental carrying capacity. It also introduces implications of SD on sustaining human life on the planet, importance of Sustainable Development approach in the aspects of policy, economy, technology and environment, and various main issues in sustainable development and its implications on the environmental availability with human’s living dynamic will be shared also critically analyzed.
This subject introduces students to basic naval architectural knowledge. It enable students to familiarize themselves with naval architectural terminologies and symbols, concept and theory of naval architectural, ship design process, ship loading, hydrostatics and stability calculations. Characteristics of modern construction materials including strength, limitations and factors affecting appropriate building materials. Shipbuilding processes, shipyard facilities, fabrication and assembly techniques. Roles of classification societies in safety and quality assurance of fabrication. This subject includes individual projects and assignments.
This course discusses the basic concepts of biosphere, individual, species, population, community, ecosystem functioning and its ecological structure. The emphasis will be given to components of ecology comprising the abiotic and biotic factors governing plant and animal growth, limiting factors in the environment, energy and biogeochemical cycles, population growth and life strategies. Ecological succession, environmental pollution, conservation and management issues related to these ecosystems are also will be highlighted.
This course introduces the concept of ecology which is a study of interrelationship of organisms and their environment or habitats.
This ecology of individuals deals with physiological and behavioural processes over a period of time. For an example; how do salt-water crocodiles regulate the water balance? Or how do Proboscis monkey deals with fibrous diet of leaves from mangrove trees.
This course is an advanced version of fish parasitology for the Fish Disease course and also, an elective course for the School of Fisheries and Aquaculture. Students are first taught the common parasites infecting fish. It starts with fish protozoan ectoparasites: ciliates and flagellates which are found on gills and skin of fish host.
Environmental management is a broad discipline devoted to understanding human-environment interactions and application of science to solve problem. This course introduces the general concepts of environmental management, the principles of ecology and environmental components which are related. It also discusses the concept of sustainable development in relation to the environment and examines the systems and patterns of specific environmental management in national scale. The course also discusses various forms of national environmental policies and international implemented by government to achieve sustainable development.
This course aims to familiarize the student with the principles of ornamental fish culture management, history and status of ornamental fish industry. This course also gives an introduction to basic concepts of aquarium science, species and variety of ornamental fish. The student will be learning the biological aspect of ornamental fish such as male-female determination, morphology and symptom of maturation, breeding techniques and larval rearing. The student will be provided with specific detail about aquarium set-up, filtration system, aeration and decoration that are useful in aquarium management. At the end of the course, the student will be able to apply information and practical experience in aquarium decoration, management, development, breeding and rearing of ornamental fish.
This course will introduce the biology of sea turtles, threats to their survival, issues and challenges in conserving sea turtles, as well as to introduce the National legislation and International conventions in protecting sea turtles. Apart from that, this course will also introduce the ongoing sea turtle research, conservation and outreach program conducted by Universiti Malaysia Terengganu at Redang Island, Terengganu, Malaysia.
This course is designed to develop students’ confidence level in communication skills. The course mainly focuses on verbal, nonverbal and technical of communication strategies and skills. The course also exposes students to communication techniques for daily conversation, in the group, society, workplace and public places. Students are required to demonstrate the techniques in the class, group discussion, presentation and field research. Emphasis is also given to emotional equation (EQ) as an important element of effective communication.
This course introduces Dengue and Zika diseases which are caused by two viruses of the same family; Dengue virus and Zika virus. This course explains the biology of each viruses in terms of their structure, genome organization and replication strategy in cellular hosts. Transmission of both Dengue and Zika viruses to susceptible individuals occurs through mosquitoes as an arthropod vector. Thus, factors correlating the mosquito biology, ecology and human behaviour may contribute to the dynamics of dengue, which will be explained further in this course. The impact of both Dengue and Zika viral infections to human immune system resulting asymptomatic or severe clinical manifestations will also be discussed. Further, this course highlights current lab diagnosis and treatment, as well as the progress of development of antiviral therapy and vaccine against both viruses.
The course will introduce the basic concepts of current wildlife management. Ecological factors of wildlife habitat, in addition to factors which relate to the animal itself such as animal behavior, ecological role and others will also be discussed. In addition, wildlife management practice in Malaysia which include ex-situ and in-situ management, related law and policies will be explained in this course.
This course discusses the accounting for agricultural and aquaculture industries. The important coverage includes application of related standards, guideline and acts and their effects on the financial statements. Emphasis will also be given to accounting issues related to the specified industries. Among the topics covered includes: accounting for agriculture- animals, accounting for agriculture-plantations, and accounting for aquaculture. Issues such as sustainability and accounting for social and environmental impacts of these industries will also be covered. Finally, the course provides analysis on the importance of financial statement to the users.
This course will discuss about safety in general, self-protection and safety equipment, also the identification of chemical hazard. It also focuses on chemicals classification. The relationship between chemical and their toxicology, labelling, handling, storage and transportation will also be discussed. Other topics such as chemical waste management, flame, chemical safety acts and management, chemical database will be included in this course.
This course explains the ecology, importance and expanse of estuaries and mangrove areas in the world, particularly in Malaysia. Specifically, the topics that will be discussed in this course cover the characteristics and types of estuaries and mangroves, as well as their adaptation, distribution, biological diversity, food network and nutrient cycle. Apart from that, the economic importance of, threats to, management of and scientific studies at estuaries and mangrove areas will also be discussed.
This course will provide an introduction of seed production techniqes in aquaculture. It aims the students to understand the breeeding techniques of commercially important aquaculture species, know the methods to improve the seed production and maintaining seed quality as well as understand the endocrinological and physiological processes invloved in the seed production of aquaculture species. The main topics include the development of seed production techniques worldwide and in Malaysia, the importance of adequate supply of seed for aquaculturist. It also discusses the sexual organs, reproductive behaviour and physiology of fish, and various factors affecting reproductive performances, broodfish management as well as natural and artificial breeding techniques.
This course allows participants to understand the scuba diving principles for recreational purposes as well as the approaches to be taken to ensure the sustainability of marine life. In addition to providing theoretical and practical understanding of
scuba's basic equipment and its functions in general, this course will help to improve the participants' skills and also to enjoy scuba diving activities as well as instilling awareness for the environment.
The study of physical processes and depositional landforms along deltaic and coastal ecosystems. The hydrodynamic processes includes waves and tidal formation and movement along the coastal area. The response of coastal dynamics towards the natural and anthropogenic changes. Additionally this course discuss the application coastal engineering and management in sustaining the coastal environment.
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the port system and the introduction to the components that are involved in operations in the port. It gives a full understanding about the interaction of the system with ‘inland’ components and their adjacent market. Priority will be given to the ability to change of port system in line with the dynamics of international trade.
Malaysia tourism industry has made a significant contribution to the nation's economy for the past decades. Tourist arrivals, tourism event, and destination attraction continually growth to serve the market domestic and international to meet the current and future demand. The government has made continuous effort to promote and preserve the nature and culture of Malaysia as an image of Malaysia tourism industry.
Kursus ini akan memberikan pendedahan kepada pelajar berkenaan sistematik (Taksonomi klasik dan filogeni) yang menjurus kepada haiwan marin. Taksonomi (pengkelasan organisma) merupakan asas kepada sains bagi bidang biologi lain seperti botani, zoologi, dan mikrobiologi. Proses penamaan organisma secara saintifik adalah penting untuk membentuk kepiawaian global untuk organism yang dirujuk. Kemahiran taksonomi perlu digunakan atau diaplikasikan untuk membezakan dan mengaitkan hubungan antara sesuatu spesis melalui teknik pengecaman dan kontkes biologi marin, ia mungkin dapat membantu memahami mengapakah populasi sesetengah haiwan teracam, dengan mengambil kira evolusi masa lalu dan masa hadapan sesuatu populasi, dan usaha-usaha yang dapat diambil sehingga memulihara haiwan marain terancam. Ini dapat diaplikasi pada pelajar yang berminat dalam bidang biologi asas (terutamanya marin) pekerjaan muzium, taksonommi dan paleontologi selepas bergraduan.
Asas bumi adalah penting dalam memahami konsep geosains marin iaitu pengetahuan terperinci mengenai pembentukan bumi dan lautan. Kursus ini melengkapkan pelajar dengan pengetahuan dan pemahaman asas tentang bumi yang termasuklah komponen, struktur, proses dan interaksi-interaksinya.
This course emphasizes the importance of physical fitness aspects through involvement in sports. Students will be trained on the basic components of physical fitness, anatomy and physiology, application of types of training, physiological effects of exercise as well as the role of diet and nutrition. At the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate basic sports skills and gather relevant information from various sources for the development of physical fitness in sporting activities.
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