Course Information

 

for Science and Technology Department


Introductory Biochemistry (BIOC1351)

Credits:4

Biochemistry I (BIOC2351)

Credits:4

Biodiversity I (BIOL1051)

Credits:4

Biodiversity II (BIOL1052)

Credits:4

Introductory Genetics (BIOL1151)

Credits:4

Biodiversity I (BL 14A)

Credits:4

EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY, DIVERSITY AND CLASSIFICATION, MICROORGANISMS, PLANT

Biodiversity II (BL 14B)

Credits:4

A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE MAJOR GROUPS. ANIMAL BODY PLANDS: GERM LAYERS, LEVELS OF ORGANISATION, SYMMETRY ETC

Introductory Biochemistry (BL 14C)

Credits:4

Introductory Genetics (BL 14D)

Credits:4

Introductory Inorganic Chemistry (C 14A)

Credits:4

Introductory Organic Chemistry (C 14B)

Credits:4

Introductory Physical Chemistry (C 14C)

Credits:4

Introductory Analytical Chemistry (C 14E)

Credits:4

AN INTRODUCTION COURSE IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY COMPRISING 26 LECTURES,ASSOCIATED TUTORIALS AND A MAXIMUM OF 39 HOURS OF LABORATORY WORK

Fundamentals of Chemistry (CHEM1010)

Credits:6

Fundamentals of Chemistry (CHEM1020)

Credits:6

Inorganic Chemistry I (CHEM1115)

Credits:4

Organic Chemistry I (CHEM1215)

Credits:4

Physical Chemistry I (CHEM1315)

Credits:4

Computer Programming I (COMP1105)

Credits:4

Computer Programming II (COMP1115)

Credits:4

Computer Programming I (CS 11K)

Credits:4

Computer Programming II (CS 11L)

Credits:4

Digital Electronics (EL 10B)

Credits:4

AN INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC AND ITS APPLICATIONS.

Digital Electronics (ELET1110)

Credits:4

Science, Medicine & Technology (FD 12A)

Credits:3

Law, Goverance & Society (FD 13A)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Written English (FOUN0100)

Credits:0

Science, Tech, & Medicine in Societ (FOUN1210)

Credits:3

Law, Governance & Society (FOUN1301)

Credits:3

Basic Introductory Mathematics (M 10A)

Credits:4

ELEMENTARY LOGIC, SETS AND ELEMENTARY SET OPERATIONS, MAPPING FROM SETS TO SETS. BINARY OPERATIONS. THE FIELD OF REAL/COMPLEX NUMBERS. MATRICES AND VECTORS, SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS. FACTORISATION AND PARTIAL FRACTION EXPANSIONS OF RATIONAL FUNCTIONS.

Applied Statistics (M 10L)

Credits:4

Calculus I (M 11A)

Credits:4

Calculus II (M 11B)

Credits:4

Applied Statistics (MATH1110)

Credits:4

Calculus I (MATH1120)

Credits:4

Calculus II (MATH1130)

Credits:4

Fundamentals of Written English (UC 010)

Credits:0

Fundamentals of Written English (UC 01A)

Credits:2