SBEP1115 STUDIO 1 : PLANNING AWARENESS
- ID: 6220
DR. NAFISA BINTI HOSNI
MR. CHAU LOON WAI
MRS. NOORDINI BINTI CHE’ MAN
MS. NABILA BTE ABDUL GHANI
This course aims at instilling in new urban planning students awareness of the fundamental human-environment relationship and the kind of problem our present day built environment is in terms of urban livability and sustainability; leading to basic appreciation of, and passion for, good urban planning and design. To that end, the studio focuses on training students in various skills of perceiving and appraising the built environment and the society that constantly shapes and uses it; and the ability to effectively communicate their opinions and evaluation on the built environmment in visual (graphic) and verbal modes.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to :
1. Contextually appraise different urban environments towards identifying planning issues/factors that underlie observed urban problems/success.
2. Produce legible visual notes that may include freehand sketches, perspective drawings, conceptual diagrams, mental maps and appropriate annotations.
3. Confidently express judgements about potentials, constraints, opportunities, problems and/or needs of a place using basic urban design vocabularies.
- 5 Lessons
SBEA1513 ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY AND THEORY
- ID: 6214
DR. ALICE SABRINA BINTI ISMAIL
DR. HAZRINA BINTI HAJA BAVA MOHIDIN
The main objective of the course is to create awareness of the many kinds of architectural theories and language of world architecture. The course provides an overview of history of architecture in the world involving the Western and Eastern civilization; from classical to Modern times; with some understanding of the social and cultural values, political traditions, technological advancement, economic achievements as well as the environment that influence buildings and landscape.
- 5 Lessons
SBC2344 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT (PENGURUSAN PROJEK PEMBINAAN)
- ID: 839
DR. MUZANI BIN MUSTAPA
ASSOC. PROF. DR. ROSLI BIN ABDUL RASHID
This subject will focus on construction management which comprising design and construction aspects.
Learning Outcomes :
Describe clearly the concept of project management and their application in construction management. Prepare a construction work planning (master and detail), resource plan, cost plan and project organization using the latest information technology. Apply a technique or approach to collect data and information for monitor and control the implementation of construction work project.
- 12 Lessons
SBEL1532 HORTICULTURE & NURSERY (HORTIKULTUR & NURSERI)
- ID: 838
Lecturer : DR. HAMIDAH BTE AHMAD
This is an introduction course to horticulture and nursery. The course is aimed at acquiring basic knowledge and understanding of this field on plant environmental concepts through learning of plants: introduction, classification, plant propagation, and soil characteristics for growth. This course will also incorporates an introduction to nursery to provide field work experiences to students in learning skills and implementation of horticultural works such as soil mixture, planting, pruning, staking, watering, pest control and soil management.
i. The students will understand basic plant science on plant growth, production and maintenance in the field of landscape architecture.
ii. Students will acquire an understanding on the different types of nurseries and landscape nursery framework.
iii. The students will be able to identify basic types of soil and their suitability for planting.
- 8 Lessons
SBQ2423 COST STUDIES (KAJIAN KOS)
- ID: 837
MRS. FARA DIVA BINTI MUSTAPA
DR. MUZANI BIN MUSTAPA
PROF. AHMAD ROSDAN BIN ABDUL RAZAK
MR. NORAZAM BIN OTHMAN
Cost studies studies is one of the core knowledge should be attained by a quantity surveyor. It helps the quantity quantity surveyor surveyor to estimate the costs for a future projects based on several information. Cost studies is also useful and crucial among the construction firms/contractors to prepare the most competitive unit rate and eventually total construction costs for tender bidding purposes.
- 11 Lessons
SBA1513 BUILDING SERVICES 2 (KEMUDAHAN BANGUNAN 2)
- ID: 836
Lecturer : DR. ROSHIDA BINTI ABDUL MAJID
This course is more elaborate than the introductory subject as taught in Building Services 1 (SBA 0512) which deals with services for domestic scale buildings. Building Services 2 emphasises on building services for bigger and taller buildings The subject matters include water supply, mechanical ventilation, air conditioning systems, fire fighting systems, security systems, rubbish disposal systems, sewerage systems and mechanical transport systems (lifts and escalators). These technical aspects should be related to the design subjects where appropriate.
Learning Outcomes :
1. Demonstrate relevant knowledge in building services for bigger and taller building .
2. Apply relevant technology in relation to buildings services for bigger and taller building
3. Solve design problems and issues appropriately in relation to buildings services for bigger and taller building
4. Work independently on research projects, group research projects, site visits, case studies, seminar and assignments.
- 10 Lessons
SBA2713 MALAYSIAN ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE (WARISAN SENIBINA MALAYSIA)
- ID: 835
Lecturer : ASSOC. PROF. DR. RAJA NAFIDA BTE RAJA SHAHMINAN
This exercise has been going on since 1975. It is compulsory subject in the architectural curriculum at the Department of Architecture at UTM. Student research and documentation activities and produces main drawing, details written report, videos, slides, photographs and audio cassettes of interviews for academic reference.
- 7 Lessons
SBC2253 CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION (BINAAN KEJURUTERAAN AWAM)
- ID: 834
Lecturer : SR. DR. MOHD SAIDIN BIN MISNAN
The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of more complex construction methods and systems. It will examine specialised construction techniques and practices employed in civil engineering projects or complex construction projects. The course will provide students with skills to allow the evaluation of a range of technologies towards the adoption of an appropriate design decision and knowledge of the centrality of technological decision making in the context of the wider construction process. The course also provides the platform to develop students’ communication skills and the ability to work effectively as a team member to achieve mutual objective.
SBEQ1112 CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY I (TEKNOLOGI BINAAN I)
- ID: 833
Lecturer : MR. SYAMSUL HENDRA BIN MAHMUD
This subject is to provide students with knowledge in construction design and methods in various building components such as sub-structures, super-structures and finishes of a low rise building.
Learning Outcomes :
1. Understand the principles of design and method of construction of the related building components.
2. Describe the process of carrying out the work.
3. Sketch the plan, section, elevation and diagrams if necessary of all the related building components.
4. Understand and describe the relevant construction materials.
SBQ3314 CONSTRUCTION MEASUREMENT III
- ID: 832
Lecturer : DR. SARAJUL FIKRI BIN MOHAMED
This course is to provide students with knowledge, an understanding and skills of the method of measurement for specialist works (mechanical and electrical engineering works) and pre-cast and pre-stressed works and landscape works based on Standard Method of Measurement of Building Works Second Edition (SMM2). The topic covered will include electrical installations, air-conditioning installations, fire fighting installations, telecommunication system, gas and fuel gas installation system, landscape works and pre-cast and pre-stressed works.