20 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR

Cannot be taken with: FCE001, FCE002
Pre-requisites: Foundation Year Science entry requirements


Co-requisites: MAS003, PHY009

Aims/Description: This module will introduce: 1. Practical skills common to physics and broad based science and engineering themes. It will develop student practice in performing laboratory experiments using a range of measurement techniques, understanding errors, writing method statements, using appropraite graphing and statistical techniques, and drawing valid conclusions. 2. Communication skills in presenting information both formally and informally, verbal and written. 3. Group work and organisational skills needed to become a successful student.

Staff Contact: Sarah Power
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Laboratory work, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, Lab work, group project in semester 1 assessed by presentation, 360 group feedback and judging panel on assessment day.

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