Level : 2 
Semester: 1 
Course Code 
Course Name 
Course Hours  
SBT102  Introductory Biochemistry And Genetics  45  View Description 
Introductory Biochemistry And Genetics Description .The genetic materials. DNA and RNA, Chromosom structure. Mitosis and meiosis. Mendelian Genetics. Sex determination; Gene Concept; Protein Synthesis. Plant cells, tissues and organs. Aqueous and colloidal systems. Chemistry and Occurrence of Carboh 

SBT104  Survey Of The Plant Kingdom  45  View Description 
Survey Of The Plant Kingdom Description .A survey of the plant kingdom from the prokaryotes to the eukaryots. The structure, development, physiology and classification of major plant groups, stressing their Evolutionary affinities and relationships. Botanical techniques. 

SCH102  Organic Chemistry1 (introduction To Organic Chemistry)  45  View Description 
Organic Chemistry1 (introduction To Organic Chemistry) Description .Carbon in the periodic tableBonding in carbon compoundsatomic orbitals, molecular orbitals, covalent bond and Hybridisation. Intermolecular forces, homalysis and heterolysis of bonds. Hydrocarbons physical properties, halogenation, chain reactions, Bas 

SGL102  Earth Processes  45  View Description 
Earth Processes Description .Energy and forces in the earth 

SMA140  Introduction To Probability And Statistics  45  View Description 
Introduction To Probability And Statistics Description .Frequency distributions relative and cumulative distributions, various frequency curves, mean, Mode Median. Quartiles and Percentiles, Standard deviation, symmetrical and skewed distributions . Probability; sample space and events; definition of probabili 

SMA106  Calculus Iii  45  View Description 
Calculus Iii Description .Sequences and series, numerical series, convergence tests, numerical integration, partial differentiation Applications . Prerequisite: SMA 103 

SMA104  Calculus Ii  45  View Description 
Calculus Ii Description .Applications of differentiation. Taylors theorem. Mean value theorems of differential calculus. Methods of integration. Applications of integration. Prerequisite: SMA 103 

SZL102  Vertebrate Zoology  45  View Description 
Vertebrate Zoology Description .A survey of the main groups of vertebrates and their protochordate relatives emphasizing structural features, functional anatomy, and evolutionary relationships. The protochordates: Urochordata and Cephalochordata. Chordate characteristics. Branchiosto 

SZL104  Invertebrate Zoology  45  View Description 
Invertebrate Zoology Description .Introduction: Living things, diversity of living organisms, early history of animal classification, kingdoms of living organisms, the species, embryonic features used in animal classification, the rise of zoology, where animals are found, animals of the 

Semester: 2 
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Course Name 
Course Hours  
SBT204  Plant Structure And Function  45  View Description 
Plant Structure And Function Description .Cell structure introduction to issue systems. Mosphologya and anatomy of angiosperm root, stem and leaf. Primary and secondary growth of plants. Structure of leaf, fruit and seed. Ecological anatomy. Study of plant functions at molecular, cellular an 

SBT202  General Mycology  45  View Description 
General Mycology Description .Introduction: general characteristics of fungi: structure, nutritionsaprophitism, parasitism, mutualism. Reproduction Classification main distinguishing characteristics and life cycles of Oomycota, Zyggomycotina, Ascomycotina, Basidiomycotina and mitos 

SCH202  Organic Chemistry 2 (alkenes, Alkynes, Aromatic Compounds Spectroscopy)  45  View Description 
Organic Chemistry 2 (alkenes, Alkynes, Aromatic Compounds Spectroscopy) Description .Alkenes, structure and preparation, elimination reactions, mechanism of addition reactions. Dienes 

SCH204  Physical Chemistry 3 (introduction To Chemical Kinetics And Electrochemistry)  45  View Description 
Physical Chemistry 3 (introduction To Chemical Kinetics And Electrochemistry) Description .Reaction rate processes and rate laws; order and molecularity of a reaction; explanation of zero, first, second, third and pseudo order reactions; determination of an order of a reaction; differential and integral rate equations; effect of temperature on 

SGL204  Geostatistics  45  View Description 
Geostatistics Description .Introduction to different classes of geoscientific and geotechnical data and statistics. Introduction to statistics and data distribution, measures of variations and central tendencies. Probability; concepts; rules and theories; methods hypothesis of in 

SGL202  Systematic Mineralogy  45  View Description 
Systematic Mineralogy Description .Nature formation and occurrence of rockforming minerals and their identification in handspecimen under the polarizing microscope. Use of crystal chemistry in explaining morphological optical and other physical properties. Prerequisite SGL 101, SGL 102 

SMA208  Ordinary Differential Equations I  45  View Description 
Ordinary Differential Equations I Description .First order equations and applications. Second order equations. Homogeneous equations with constant coefficients. Equations with variable coefficients. Nonhomogeneous equations. Undetermined coefficients. Variations of parameters. Inverse differen 

SMA206  Introduction To Analysis  45  View Description 
Introduction To Analysis Description .The real number system, Completeness, Open and closed intervals, neighbourhoods, interior points, limit points, countability, Sequences; Functions Limits of functions; continuity; Concepts of differentiability and Integrability, Riemann Integral. Prer 

SMA204  Linear Algebra Ii  45  View Description 
Linear Algebra Ii Description .Determinants. Minimal polynomials. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors. Linear functionals. Bilinear and quadratic forms. Orthogonal matrices and operators. Prerequisite: SMA 203. 

SMA240  Probability And Statistics 1  45  View Description 
Probability And Statistics 1 Description .Moment and moment generating function. Markov and Chebychev inequalities, special Univariate distributions. Bivariate probability distribution; Joint Marginal and conditional distributions; Independence; Bivariate expectation Regression and Correlation; C 

Semester: 3 
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Course Name 
Course Hours  
SCH 310  Physical Chemistry 6 (surface And Colloid Chemistry)  45  View Description 
Physical Chemistry 6 (surface And Colloid Chemistry) Description .Absorption: determination, characteristics and classification. Contributions of Langmuir, BrunaeuerEmmettTeller. Applications 

SBT306  Physiology  45  View Description 
Physiology Description .Diffusion Osmosis, water potential, and water relations in plants. Laws of thermodynamics. Mineral absorption, phloem transport. Transpiration. Photosynthesis C3, C4 and CAM pathways, Photorespiration. Recent advances in photosynthesis research. Fac 

SCH304  Inorganic Chemistry 4 (coordination Chemistry)  45  View Description 
Inorganic Chemistry 4 (coordination Chemistry) Description .Nomenclature and stereochemistry of coordination compounds. Bonding and crystal field theory ligand field theory, valence and molecular orbital theory electronic spectra Nephelauxetic effect. Circular dichroism and magnetism in coordination compounds. 

SCH302  Organic Chemistry 3 (carbonyl, Carboxylic Acids, Phenols, Carbonions, Amines)  45  View Description 
Organic Chemistry 3 (carbonyl, Carboxylic Acids, Phenols, Carbonions, Amines) Description .Detailed study of aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Phenols, Amines 

SCH306  Analytical Chemistry 1 (quantitative Analysis)  45  View Description 
Analytical Chemistry 1 (quantitative Analysis) Description .Preview of elementary concepts (composition, units, stoichiometry, mathematical operations associated with equilibrium calculations). Experimental errors (significant figures and graphs, types and propagation of errors). Sampling and statistics (Gaussia 

SGL302  Metamorphic Petrology  45  View Description 
Metamorphic Petrology Description .Nature, classification, occurrence, distribution and genesis of common metamorphic rocks. Diagnostic megascopic and microscopic properties. Application of chemical principles and experimental methods. Concept of metamorphic grade and fancies. Metamorp 

SGL306  Palaeontology  45  View Description 
Palaeontology Description .Description, preservation and fossil record. The nature of the sample and king of organisms which become fossilized. Fossil preservability and environment. Description of single fossil specimen and ontogenetic variations. Population as a unit. Indivi 

SGL304  Stratigraphy  45  View Description 
Stratigraphy Description .Development and practice of basic principles of stratigraphy. Unformitariansim or actualism. Establishing the sequence of events. Time in stratigraphy. Interpreting the stratigraphical record. Stratigraphical record and global rhythm. The evolution 

SGL310  Photogeology And Remote Sensing  45  View Description 
Photogeology And Remote Sensing Description .Techniques of aerial and attendant problems. The stereoscopic study of aerial photographs. Basic photogeological interpretation. Photogeolological interpretation using the geology of the region covering. Kenya Uganda, Tanzania, and South Sudan. Remote sen 

SGL312  Introduction To Geological Thermodynamics  45  View Description 
Introduction To Geological Thermodynamics Description .Concepts and principles of thermodynamics; equilibrium, Gibbs free energy, fugacity, activity. Mineral phases; phase rule, reaction rate, activation energy. EhpH relationships and mineral stability fields. Thermodynamics at the mineralwater interface 

SGL308  Introduction To Geological Mapping  45  View Description 
Introduction To Geological Mapping Description .This is a practical and field oriented course. Principles of geological field mapping. Petrography, geological mapping, surveying instruments, chain surveying, and detailed topographical surveying. Use of aerial photographs and satellite imageries. Su 

SMA304  Linear Algebra Iii  45  View Description 
Linear Algebra Iii Description .Vector spaces over the complex field. Normal operators. Unitary and hermitian operators. Spectral theory. Bilinear forms and groups preserving them. Canonical forms of matrices and operators. Applications. External properties of eigen values. Matrix funct 

SMA302  Real Analysis Ii  45  View Description 
Real Analysis Ii Description .Functions of bounded variation. RiemannStieltjes integral and its properties. Lebesque integral. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Infinite series. Sequences and series of functions. Uniform convergence. Furrier series. Prerequisite: SMA 301 

SMA346  Quality Control Methods  45  View Description 
Quality Control Methods Description .Theoretical basis for quality control charts. Tolerance limits. Process control X, R, P, C charts. Cusum charts. Acceptance sampling. Inspection by attributes. Sampling plans and their selection. Practical exercises. Prerequisite: SMA 341 

SMA344  Sample Surveys  45  View Description 
Sample Surveys Description .General principles of survey design. Types of survey. Survey organization. Sampling techniques; Simple random sampling, stratified random sampling. Ratio and regression estimates. Systematic sampling. Multistage designs. Multiphase design: Prereq 

SMA328  Continuum Mechanics  45  View Description 
Continuum Mechanics Description .Continuous material system. Algebra and Cartesian tensors; stress and strain tensors. Generalized equations of motion. Elements of theory of elasticity and plasticity with applications. Prerequisite: SMA 323. 

SMA326  Fluid Mechanics I  45  View Description 
Fluid Mechanics I Description .Fluids and their properties. Continuum model. Hydrostatics and its applications, Kinematics of fluid flow. Introductory thermodynamics. Equations of continuity. Conservation of mass and stream function for two dimensional flows and stokes stream func 

SMA324  Theory Of Estimation  45  View Description 
Theory Of Estimation Description .Population parameters and sample statistics. Properties of point estimators. Sufficiency and completeness Methods of Estimation. Efficiency of Estimators. Bayesian estimation. Interval estimation Practical exercises. Prerequisite: SMA 341. 

SMA322  Numerical Analysis 1  45  View Description 
Numerical Analysis 1 Description .Number systems. Introduction to errors. Finite differences. Interpolation based on finite difference. Iterated interpolation. Lagrange interpolation. Numerical differentiation extrapolation to the limit. Numerical integration, NewtonCotes, Romberg for 

SMA320  Methods 1  45  View Description 
Methods 1 Description .Series solution of second order linear ordinary differential equations Special functions. Methods of separation of variables applied to second order partial differential equations. Spherical harmonis. Laplace transform and applications. Furrier series, fu 

SMA308  Discrete Mathematics 1  45  View Description 
Discrete Mathematics 1 Description .The pigeonhole principle. Basic counting principles. Inclusionexclusion, degangements. Permanents. Recurrence relations. Generating functions. Mobius function. Discrete representatives. Zeroone matrices. Prerequisite: SMA 203, SMA 205 

SMA306  Complex Analysis 1  45  View Description 
Complex Analysis 1 Description .Functions of a complex variable Analytic functions; limits continuity, and differentiability. Mappings. Complex integration. Power and Laurent series. Singularities; residues and poles Prerequisite; SMA 104, SMA 105. 

SMA384  Mathematics Of Demography  45  View Description 
Mathematics Of Demography Description .Collection of demographic data, sources of errors and their corrections, measures of morality and fertility. Anlysis of mortality. Using life tables; construction of life tables from census data; model life tables; continuous and multiple decrement form 

SMA382  Introduction To Actuarial Science  45  View Description 
Introduction To Actuarial Science Description .Basic principles of insurance; classes of insurance, risks and insurance. Theory of interest rates, basic compound interest functions; equations of value; annuities certain; nominal and effective rates of interest: yield rates; amortization schedules and 

SMA360  Programming Methodology For Mathematics  45  View Description 
Programming Methodology For Mathematics Description .Algorithms and Flowcharts. Notations and Fundamental concepts related to applicable Selected High Level Programming Languages e.g. Pascal, Quick Basic or Fortran. Data types and Declarations; Input and Output of Data; Basic Control Structure, Procedure 

SMA372  Linear Programming Ii  45  View Description 
Linear Programming Ii Description .Revised simplex method. Bounded variables. Postoptimality analysis . Sensitivity analysis and parametric Programming. Graph theory Fundamentals. Classical transportation Model: Initial basic feasible solution by NWC Rule, Vogel 

SPH314  Practical Physics Ii  45  View Description 
Practical Physics Ii Description .Selected experiments on calibration of constant daviation spectrometer diffraction, chromatic resolving power of spectrometer, modern photometry, reflection from dielectric surfaces, Young 

SPH312  Digital Electronics  45  View Description 
Digital Electronics Description .Number systems. Boolean algebra. Technology and characteristics of integrated circuits (CMO, TTL etc) Digital Integrated circuit devices; Basic gates, combinational circuits, sequential circuits. Memory devices. Timing and time based circuits. Optoelectro 

SPH310  Environmental Physics  45  View Description 
Environmental Physics Description .Water, air energy balance, hydrological cycle. Physics of the atmospheric processes such as solar and terrestrial radiation processes. Boundary layer theories. Momentum. Water vapour. Heat exchange. Heat conduction. Impact of science and technology on re 

TCT334  Subject Methods:geology  45  View Description 
Subject Methods:geology Description .The concept of geology. The relationship between geology and geography. Aims of teaching geology in secondary schools and tertiary institutions. Contributions of geology in real life situations. Planning for geology teaching. Approaches and techniques of 

Semester: 4 
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Course Name 
Course Hours  
SCH408  Physical Chemistry 8 (nuclear And Radiation Chemistry)  45  View Description 
Physical Chemistry 8 (nuclear And Radiation Chemistry) Description .Nuclear structure and stability, nuclear decay processes kinetics of radioactive decay, halflife detection and measurement; radioactive isotopes in agriculture biology, medicine and industry their uses in reaction kinetics and mechanisms in organic and i 

SCH404  Organic Chemistry 7 (chemistry Of Secondary Biomolecules)  45  View Description 
Organic Chemistry 7 (chemistry Of Secondary Biomolecules) Description .The occurrence, properties, structure and synthesis of lipids, flavonaids, quinines, alkaloids and terpenoids 

SCH402  Organic Chemistry 6 (heterocyclic And Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Chemistry)  45  View Description 
Organic Chemistry 6 (heterocyclic And Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Chemistry) Description .The chemistry of heterocyclic compounds of three, four, five and six 

SGL406  Hydrogeology  45  View Description 
Hydrogeology Description .Theory and geology of groundwater occurrence. Principles of groundwater flow. Determination of groundwater distribution by graphical and analytical methods Groundwater exploration. Borehole drilling and logging, well hydraulics and pumping tests. Wat 

SGL404  Exploration Geochemistry  45  View Description 
Exploration Geochemistry Description .Principles of geochemistry, trace analysis, primary and secondary dispersion; anomalies in soil, water and vegetation; drainage surveys; chemical analysis of materials obtained; and statistical evaluation of data. Prerequisites SGL 301, SGL 302, SGL 303, 

SGL402  Ore Deposits  45  View Description 
Ore Deposits Description .Principles. Nature, morphology, textures and structure of ore and gangue minerals. Wallrock alteration, fluid inclusions, ore textures, paragenetic sequence. Zoning and dating of ore deposits. Classification of ore deposits. Geology and origin of the 

SGL410  Geology And Mineral Resources Of Kenya  45  View Description 
Geology And Mineral Resources Of Kenya Description .Geologic time scale and pertinent aspects with respect to the geology of Kenya. Major tectonic features in Kenya and the East African region. Petrology stratigraphy and tectonic evolution of Archaean, proterozoic and phanerozoic sequences in Kenya. Min 

SGL408  Marine Geology  45  View Description 
Marine Geology Description .Morphological setting of oceans. Chemical nature of the ocean. Physical nature of the ocean. Origin and evolution of ocean basins. Oceanic sediments. Geological processes in the ocean Underwater investigation techniques. East African continental ma 

SGP420  Dissertation  45  View Description 
Dissertation Description .This is a research paper on a topic chosen by the student in any aspect of geography 

SGL412  Seismology  45  View Description 
Seismology Description .Nature and causes of earthquakes. Worldwide distribution of earthquakes. Seismic waves instruments in seismology. Interpretation of seismographs. Determination of the basic earthquake parameters such as location, focal time magnitude. Applications of 

SMA 406  Algebra Iii  45  View Description 
Algebra Iii Description .Finitely generated Abelian groups Modules over a ring. Fiitely generated modules over a Euclidean ring. Splitting fields. Normal and separable extensions. Elements of Galois theory Salvability by radicals Prerequisite: ; SMA 405 

SMA402  Topology Ii  45  View Description 
Topology Ii Description .Regular and normal spaces; Urysohn 

SMA400  Mathematical Logic.  45  View Description 
Mathematical Logic. Description .Propositional Calculus. Predicate Calculus Formal number theory 

SMA426  Second Partial Differential Equations  45  View Description 
Second Partial Differential Equations Description .Characteristics of the linear and semilinear partial differential equations of the second order. Boundary value and initial value problems. Equations of the hyperbolic type. Reimann 

SMA424  Numerical Analysis Iii  45  View Description 
Numerical Analysis Iii Description .Ordinary Differential Equations Initial value problems; Boundary value problems, convergence and stability. Partial Differential equations. Hyperbolic equations. Elliptic equations. Prerequisite SMA 203, SMA 423 

SMA422  Methods 11  45  View Description 
Methods 11 Description .Different equations and their applications. Orthorgonal coordinate systems. Integral equations fredholm and Volterra equations, methods of solving elementary integral equations, including Laplace transform methods. Tensors and their applications. Prer 

SMA420  Mathematical Modeling  45  View Description 
Mathematical Modeling Description .Aims and philosophy of Mathematical modelling. Survey of Mathematical modelling techniques based on ordinary differential equations, difference equations, integral equations, probability and stochastic processes, optimization. Application to be drawn from 

SMA412  Theory Of Computation  45  View Description 
Theory Of Computation Description .Turing Machines. Enumerability and decidabilidity. Recursive. Functions theory. Finite automata complexity. NPcomplete Problems. 

SMA410  Functional Analysis  45  View Description 
Functional Analysis Description .1. Compactness in general metric spaces. Relatively open and closed sets in general metric spaces. Compactness and continuity.
2. Complete metric spaces. Examples of complete and incomplete metric spaces. Cantor intersection theorem. Completeness and co 

SMA408  Complex Analysis Ii  45  View Description 
Complex Analysis Ii Description .Calculus of residues and applications : more advanced treatment of power series. Laurent series and residue theorem, improper integrals, of trigonometric functions, integration around a branch point. Conformal mapping; rotation of tangents conjugate har 

SMA440  Probability Theory  45  View Description 
Probability Theory Description .Probability as a measure. Random variables and probability distributions. Expectation. Stochastic independence. Probability generating functions and characteristic function. Inversion theorem. Convergence of sequences and sums of independent random 

SMA430  Electrodynamics  45  View Description 
Electrodynamics Description .Electric and magnetic field vectors. Continuity equation Maxwell 

SMA428  Fluid Mechanics Ii  45  View Description 
Fluid Mechanics Ii Description .Potential flow: complex potential, method of images. Blasins theorems, applications to flow past a circular cylinder, d 

SMA448  Multivariate Methods  45  View Description 
Multivariate Methods Description .Practical examples of multivariate data. Summarizing multivariate data. Sampling from the multinormal distribution. MLE 

SMA446  Statistical Methods  45  View Description 
Statistical Methods Description .Multiple linear regression. Analysis of general linear models. Analysis of variance and convariance. Nonlinear regression. Semiempirical inference MonteCarlo methods, simulation models, Jacknife. Bootstrapping. Introduction to response surface 

SMA444  Analysis Of Experimental Designs  45  View Description 
Analysis Of Experimental Designs Description .Principles of experimentation Some common designs: CRD RBD, Latin square designs imcomplete block designs, BIB designs PBIB (two associate classes only). Lattice designs Factorial experiments. Split plot designs. Prerequisite: SMA 441. 

SMA484  Risk And Credibility Theory  45  View Description 
Risk And Credibility Theory Description .Loss distributions: Statistical modelsPoisson, biomial, normal, gamma, lognormal, loggamma, pareto, generalized Pareto distribution. Compound distributions 

SMA482  Actuarial Mathematics Ii  45  View Description 
Actuarial Mathematics Ii Description .Life annuities, continuous annuities and periodic premiums. Special annuities; cash refund annuities, retirement income annuities. Values of and premiums for annuities and assurances on one or more lives; determination of policy values, surrender value 

SMA474  Stochastic Models In Operations Research  45  View Description 
Stochastic Models In Operations Research Description .Stochastic Processes; Markov Chains, Absorption States. The Birthand Death Process, The role of the exponential distribution, queuing models based on the birthanddeath process, queuing models involving nonexponential distribution. ; Deterministic an 

SMA472  Decision Theory And Game Theory  45  View Description 
Decision Theory And Game Theory Description .The Payoff Table. The Decision Tree. Maximax, Maximin, Hurwiczs, Minmax 

SMA462  Design And Analysis Of Algorithms Ii  45  View Description 
Design And Analysis Of Algorithms Ii Description .Data structures Strings, arrays, Stacks, Queues, Lists, Trees and Graphs. Algorithms for sorting, searching, merging Arithmetic and Logical Expressions. Practical Exercises on Data structures. Mathematical algorithms Involving Games, Puzzles and use 

SPH404  Statistical Physical  45  View Description 
Statistical Physical Description .Introduction to statistical methods. Statistical descriptions of systems. Macro and micro states. Statistical thermodynamics; irreversibility. Thermal interaction of macroscopic systems. Simple applications of statistical thermodymanics. Basic methods an 

SPH410  Applied Electronics And Microprocessors  45  View Description 
Applied Electronics And Microprocessors Description .Circuits and systems, signal conditioning and conversion: filters, amplification, analoguetodigital and digitaltoanalogue conversion. Memory devices. Microprocessor: architecture systems and applications. Microcomputers: development, programming an 

SPH406  Practical Physics Iii  45  View Description 
Practical Physics Iii Description .Selected experiments on radioactivity, Xrays, lasers, Galvanometer, digital electronics. Microcomputer programming. Simulation of experiments and modelling, computation of first and second order differential equations, finite difference equation. Euler 

SPH408  Physics Of Materials  45  View Description 
Physics Of Materials Description .Mechanical properties; strength and deformation of solids (Linear elasticity); theoretical and observed strength; the concept of dislocations and ductility, stressstrain curves for different materials, Brittle fracture and Griffith theory, concepts of ti 

SPH420  Projects  45  View Description 
Projects Description .Students majoring in Physics will normally be required to undertake an individual supervised study and submit a report there on during their fourth year. 

SPH414  Elementary Particle Physics  45  View Description 
Elementary Particle Physics Description .Elementary particle phenomenology: types of particles, leptons, hadrons. Strong, electromagnetic, weak and gravitational interactions. The quark model. The concept of unification. Resonance, spin, isospin, flavour, charge, lepton and baryon numbers. 

SPH418  Power Electronics  45  View Description 
Power Electronics Description .Power transistors, thyristors, frequency rectifiers, DC 

SPH416  Rock Magnetism And Paleomagnetism  45  View Description 
Rock Magnetism And Paleomagnetism Description .Magnetic properties of solids, magnetic minerals, ferromagnetic domain theory, magnetic properties of magnetite and hematite, thermoremanent magnetism, the demagnetisation methods. General features of geomagnetic field, direction of magnetization, paleom 

SPH412  Plasma Physics  45  View Description 
Plasma Physics Description .Introductory concepts. Plasma parameters. Governing equations. Kinetic theory. Gas dynamics Continuity equations dynamics of particle or orbit theory. Collective behaviour of plasma. Hydromagnetic waves. Plasma stability. Elementary theory of cha 

SZL402  Entomology  45  View Description 
Entomology Description .Introduction: the rise of Eastern Africa entomology; Arthropoda: Insects and their allies. Why arthropods have been so successful? External morphology of insects: exoskeleton, metamerism body regions, appendages, wings. Internal anatomy of insects ente 
