HIV & AIDS Determinants, Prevention and Management (PHT 112) is a common course offered by the School of Public Health and Community Development in collaboration with the AIDS Control Unit. The course is offered to all regular students who are registered for various undergraduate programmes at Maseno University. This course is offered online at the eCampus of Maseno University.
PHT 112 SCHEDULE OF OFFER
HOW TO REGISTER
Register online using the PHT 112 Online Registration form. You will receive a confirmation message upon successful submission.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
PHT 112 (HIV & AIDS Determinants, Prevention and Management)
Is PHT 112 mandatory?
Yes. All Undergraduate students are required to take the PHT 112 - HIV &AIDS Determinants, Prevention and Management Course by the end of their 4th Year. This also includes students who have Resits in the course. It is a mandatory graduation requirement for ALL students, regardless of the Campus where they are registered.
Can I skip the orientation?
No. The PHT 112 course will be delivered online at the eCampus and therefore all students are required to take the mandatory 2-week Online Orientation to eLearning for Students , before commencing the course .
How long is the Orientation?
The Orientation to eLearning for Students is a 2-week online course that introduces the learner to the eCampus, trains the learner to navigate the eLearning Portal and prepares the learner to participate in the subsequent PHT 112 online course. Ideally, a student will require a minimum of 6 hours, within this period, to complete the Orientation.
When and how can I register?
Students will ordinarily book their place by registering for the Orientation to eLearning on the eCampus website . Orientation to eLearning is a mandatory prerequisite for the online PHT 112. To register, students visit (http://ecampus.maseno.ac.ke/pht112/form.php) to fill the online registration form.
Do I register a second time to join the actual PHT 112?
No. Once you pass the Orientation, you will automatically be enrolled in the PHT 112 course.
What is the mode of delivery?
The course is primarily offered online. This will require that you have a computer and Internet access.
Will there be Continuous Assessment Tests for PHT 112?
The online quizzes, forum discussion and assignments will constitute the CAT marks.
Will there be end of semester examination?
Yes. Sit-in examinations will be administered together with other courses you are taking at the end of the semester.
How many times in an academic year will the course be on offer?
PHT 112 will be on offer every semester of the academic year. Any variations to this schedule will be communicated to students by the Dean, School of Public Health and Community Development or posted on the PHT 112 information page.
What happens if I do not submit the assignments within the stipulated deadline?
The Assignment Box will automatically close, and therefore you will not be allowed to submit your assignment for marking. In some cases, late submissions will be allowed but will attract a penalty
I have not received an SMS or email from the eCampus yet I registered for PHT 112. What is the possible reason?
Students whose contact details are inaccurate, or had double registration are unlikely to receive the notification email or text message. Such students are advised to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Getting started with the Orientation
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