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  • The course aims to introduce students to the key concepts in the study of security. It discusses security actors, their environment as well as the approaches to the study of security. The course further seeks to demonstrate that security is a broad concept that affects every facet of human existence. Hence the levels of analysis that are emphasized in the course range from the individual to the collective in a bid to, inter alia, explain human security, regime security, military security, economic security, environmental security, energy security and cyber security.

    A key component of the course relates to the need to understand how social issues can gradually get securitized as they gain more and more security interest.

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  • This page gives you access to Level 1 Semester 1 modules.

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  • Introduction to C Programming

    This course consists of interactive exercises on C Programming meant for students' self assessment. 

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  • Electricity and Magnetism

    This is a revised version of the 2009 Electricity and Magnetism module.
    In this module: 1. The quality of all diagrams has been greatly improved. 2. All
    equations have been written in the required-scientic standard. 3. Unit activities have been
    re-structured in such a way that promotes learner centered lessons(active learning).
    I have not given solutions of the unit activities. However, during the face to face lessons
    we shall discuss these activities together. In this way the learner centered lessons will be
    promoted.

    This module is a guide line to the Physics of Electricity and Magnetism. Therefore, you
    are encouraged to study any Physics text book that houses the Physics of Electricity and
    Magnetism.

    Wishing you all the best.

    Thokozani Kamoto
    BScE(Mzuni), BSc(hons) in Physics and Electronics & MSc in Physics(Rhodes University, RSA)

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  • The course is aimed at introducing students to a gendered approach to security sector reform. Taking into account the rapidly changing global context of security, the course reflects on the theory and practice of security sector reforms in the 21st century by adopting a gendered lens. The course achieves this by interacting with traditional as well as emerging themes of security in order to set the context for understanding the role of gender in security sector processes of developing countries.

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  • Introduction to Communication Skills 1

    Introduction to communication skills aims at equipping you with various techniques for you to learn in the most efficient way using study skills, library skills, listening skills, note-taking skills, reading skills and enables you to cope with the demands of university assessment.

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  • The aim of this course is to provide students with a systematic interdisciplinary study of the causes of violent conflicts and the conditions of peace with an emphasis on peace building and reconciliation

  • This course engages with key debates about the dilemmas of third world development. At the core of this analysis is the quest to understand the locus of security in development discourses. The course hinges on the assumption that holistic development can only take place in a secure and stable environment, hence the need to interrogate the salience of security in the development agenda.

  • This course aims to introduce students to migration issues as they relate to development and regional security.

  • Linear algebra

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  • Many organisations today face many challeneges as they manage their workforce. Some organisations are downisizing while others are outsourcing and other restructuring and recruiting. The course therefore introduces students to the concepts and practices of human resource management, and its functions: how to manage people as an important resource in the organisations, how to motivate employees for optimal organisational perfomance.

  • The main aim of SSPY1105 is to introduce the main theories and concepts of Social Psychology and their implications for security services. This will then develop in students an appreciation of the role that Social Psychology plays in understanding oneself and others in order to be an efficient and effective security officer

  • This course is designed to help students understand and apply the concepts of policy decision making, policy implementation and policy evaluation. The course dissects the environment of public policy in order to acquaint students with the nature and dynamics of contemporary public policy making. Taking into consideration challenges, uncertainties and resource constraints facing government, the course provides a framework for understanding how governments respond to policy problems and how such decisions affect public action.

  • This course is designed to examine immerging security issues that arise from regional integration. While political and economic motivations are prominent in the integration agenda, this course further demonstrates that a state's security is determined by the power configuration of the region within which it exists. How security challenges are handled at such a regional level has a far reaching impact on the internal as well as external cohesion of individual states.

  • Sociology for Health
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  • Precalculus is to prepapre science students for the calculus sequence that follows. This is a pre-requisite course.

    The text used is Cohens Precalculus - A Problems-Oriented Approach. We hope this approach will secure your foundations for further mathematics at Mzuni

    Access is restricted: you must get the enrollment key from your instructor and use it to register.

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  • Preparations towards Victoria Falls. MASI Workshop, November 2014

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  • Health Services Management

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  • The course will introduce learners to theories of social organization so that they are able to explain social conflict as a potential source of insecurity among different people and groups in society. students will also be introduced to how social strtification, crime and deviance contribute to either social change or social stability.

  • The primary goal of this course is to equip students with skills to design and conduct a systematic and credible study of phenomena within social sciences for the advancement of their scholarship and practice of research.

  • The course introduces students to the foundations of political theory. It traces the development of theory and thought in politics by exploring competing perspectives of politics. It interacts with leading classical philosophical and contemporary works on such themes as liberty, justice, equality, democracy, political ideologies, human rights and civil disobedience to keep students up-to-speed on the key issues and debates at the heart of the conceptualization of modern politics.

  • This course introduces fundamental concepts and principles of politics and the art of government in order to equip students with tools for understanding the nature and operation of governments.

  • Doctoral programme in Coding Theory

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  • This is a place for teaching staff    wanting to setup and share information about the use of our Moodle Elearn system here at Mzuni.

    It is not open to guests.

    Please email me for an enrollment key and additional information on how to get started: 

    chisala dot b at mzuni dot ac dot mw

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  • The aim of this course is to introduce the theory and practice of relations among states. The course examines the motivations of cooperation and conflict among nations in order to relate with key issues, problems and opportunities surrounding the contemporary world order. It explores concepts such as state sovereignty, balance of power, national interest, foreign policy and diplomacy in order to explain the context of relations between and among states. The course achieves this by adopting an integrative approach that benefits from the interaction of classical paradigms of international relations and contemporary statecraft.


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Passwords - Again!
by Admin User - Saturday, 23 March 2013, 6:44 PM
 

This is to alert all students that your passwords have been reset to the   Pass1234*    base password: you will have to immediately change this when you login. Please follow the directions on what an acceptable password is.

 
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Course Enrollment
by Admin User - Thursday, 21 March 2013, 12:39 PM
 

Some courses (such as EMT1201) are not open to guests! We want to know who is actually enrolled.

This means that in order to view/download document of the course youmust enrol

The way to do this is

  1. ensure that you are actually logged in (see site news welcome back)
  2. click on the course in question - it should lead you to the enrollment page
  3. have the course key ready - this should come from your lecturer
  4. enter te key and you are in!
 
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Welcome Back!
by Admin User - Thursday, 21 March 2013, 12:31 PM
 

This is the Mzuzu University Elearn Site: MUEL

We will try and update our records so that you are accommodated, but for those who can find yourselves on the system, please recal:

  1. Your username is your registration number without the '/'s, and all lowercase so a typical one is    bsbsu2b0108   instead of    BSBSU/2B/01/08
  2. Your password - the "default password" is Pass1234* just like that, with the capitals and small letters just so: this is in case you have never logged in before.
  3. Once you do log in, you will be asked to replace your password with something else: Note that the system only accepts passwords with
  4. At least one capital letter (e.g. the "P" above)
  5. At least one small case letter (e.g. "a" or "s" etc.)
  6. At least one number (e.g. the "1" or "4" above)
  7. At least one character that is neither number nor letter (e.g. the "*" above)
  8. The password must have at least 8 characters
  9. It will continue to reject your password choice until it meets all the conditions.
  10. Be sure that you have recorded your password somewhere - you will not be able to re-enter without it, and will have to seek help replacing a lost password!
 

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