Introduction to Science Research (SCIE2111)
Chemistry & Molec Biosciences, Mathematics & Physics School
3 Contact hours, 3 Tutorial hours
This course assumes a general science sophistication, equivalent to having studied a branch of science in Years 11 and 12.
Enrolment restricted to students in BAdvSc(Hons) program.
Oral presentations & written assignments.
A/Prof Tim McIntyre
This course is not currently offered, please contact the school.
SCIE2111 has been replaced by SCIE1200 from 2017 onwards.
SCIE2111 aims to promote the breadth of scientific endeavour, the integrated nature of scientific disciplines, and the importance of scientific process and critical thinking. Students will work in groups, examining a series of real scientific issues, dealing with medical, environmental and social issues. Students will learn more about the associated scientific research, integrate expert knowledge, and build on their own new university knowledge and experiences. This is a face-to-face course, using a combination of scientific discussion, self-directed learning, student presentations, class activities and a practical component.
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