An introduction to the core Mathematical skills required within the Chemical and Forensic Sciences. These core skills will be complemented with a variety of problem-solving applications in Chemistry and Forensic Science.
Private Study: 124
Contact Hours: 26
Not available as an elective module
Method of assessment
• Online Quiz 1 (1 hour) – 20%
• Online Quiz 2 (1 hour) – 20%
• Online Quiz 3 (1 hour) – 20%
• Assessed Worksheet (2 hours) – 40%
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1. Demonstrate fundamental numerical and mathematical skills, including algebra and functions, critical for across all scientific subject;
2. Demonstrate other basic numerical and mathematical skills, including trigonometry, calculus, and vectors, critical for the study of Chemistry;
3. Demonstrate an ability to solve problems in chemistry using appropriate mathematical skills.
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Credit level 4. Certificate level module usually taken in the first stage of an undergraduate degree.
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