Curriculum Development Section
Curriculum Development Section is one of main unit of OEFCD. The curriculum development process systematically organizes what will be taught, who will be taught, and how it will be taught. Each component affects and interacts with other components. For example, what will be taught is affected by who is being taught (e.g., their stage of development in age, maturity, and education). Methods of how content is taught are affected by who is being taught, their characteristics, and the setting. Additionally, during the curriculum development process, this approach includes four subtypes of curriculum designs: subject-area design, discipline design, broad-field design, and correlation design.
Functions of Curriculum Development Section
a. Collect and review the existing curriculum of each department.
b. Develop and implement the curricula supporting to students performance and professional growth
c. In coordination with faculty members, observe teachers to make recommendations on changes to the curricula considering the scope, key milestone and curricula.
d. Manage, create and maintain set up documentation for compliance and accreditation purposes for all departments. This includes syllabus, class routines, textbooks etc.
e. Upon collaboration with instructional designer, evaluate and update existing courses.
f. Perform any other duties as assigned by superior authority.
|1||Department of Computer Science and Engineering||Masters in Information Systems Security (MISS)||31-Dec-2022|
|2||Department of Public Administration||Master of Public Administration||31-Oct-2022|
|3||Department of Information and Communication Technology||Masters in Information and Communication Engineering||31-Dec-2022|
|4||Department of Environmental Science||B.Sc. (Honours) in Environmental Science||21-Oct-2020|
|5||Department of Environmental Science||Masters in Environmental Science||21-Oct-2020|
|6||Department of Peace, Conflict and Human Rights||BSS in Peace, Conflict and Human Rights||27-Jun-2022|
|7||Department of Mass Communication and Journalism||Master of Social Science in Mass Communication and Journalism||25-Aug-2020|
|8||Department of Law||Master of Laws (LLM)||26-Sep-2019|
|9||Department of Business Administration in Management Studies||Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Studies||28-Nov-2019|
|10||Department of Business Administration in Management Studies||Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management||09-Jun-2020|
|11||Department of Business Administration in Marketing||Master of Business Administration in Marketing||28-Nov-2019|
|12||Department of Business Administration in Finance & Banking||Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance & Banking||28-Nov-2019|
|13||Department of Business Administration in Finance & Banking||Master of Business Administration in Finance & Banking||28-Nov-2019|
|14||Department of Business Administration - General||Bachelor of Business Administration||28-Nov-2019|
|15||Department of Business Administration in Accounting & Information Systems||Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Information Systems||28-Nov-2019|
|16||Department of Business Administration in Accounting & Information Systems||Master of Business Administration in Accounting and Information Systems||28-Nov-2019|
|17||Department of Sociology||Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Sociology||28-Nov-2019|
|18||Department of Sociology||Master of Social Science in Sociology||25-Aug-2020|