Introduction to Business Information Systems
Gain a practical introduction to IT skills and how they are used in a business and learning context.
Examine ecology and environmental chemistry, learning about the fundamental chemical processes that shape the terrestrial, atmospheric and aquatic environments. Understand the impact of pollutants and manmade environments. Learn about biodiversity, community ecology and conservation.
If you’re pursuing a degree in biomedical sciences, take this course to gain an understanding of the nature of the important biological molecules, such as carbohydrates, protein, and lipids, and their metabolism in the human body.
Pure Maths 2
Explore algebra, trigonometric functions, sequences and series, differentiation rules, integration and probability. Pure Maths 2 leads you to a more in-depth study of trigonometry, integration, polar coordinates, vectors, complex numbers and series expansion.
Physics 1& 2
Study materials, fluids, gases, thermodynamics, temperature and heat transfer, nuclear physics and atomic physics. Physics 2 develops your understanding of the subject, looking at electric forces and fields, gravitational field, electric potential, and magnetic forces and fields.
Biology 1 & 2
Gain a better understanding of biological molecules, cellular structure, cell division, movement through cell membranes, enzymes and metabolic pathways. Learn about the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the digestive system, osmoregulation, control and co-ordination, and reproduction.
Take a close look at equilibria, acid-base equilibria, kinetics and organic chemistry.
Mechanics 1 & 2
Study vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in two dimensions, force and Newton’s laws, and work and energy. Learn about centres of gravity and centres of mass, linear momentum, uniform circular motion, rotational dynamics and simple harmonic motion.