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A catalogue of modules and programmes available from the School of Electronic and Communications Engineering.

Module Details: ENSC1189

This module is used in DT008.1.

This module is not a prerequisite or corequisite for any other module.

CodeENSC1189 The unique code for this module.
NameEngineering Science 1The name of this module.
ECTS5The number of credits awarded for successful completion of this module.
SchoolSchool of PhysicsThe School responsible for this module.
LevelOrdinary Degree (NQAI level 7)The level of programmes that normally use this module.
Stage1The programme stage at which this module is normally given.
Duration26 weeksThe time that this module usually lasts.
PrerequisiteCodes of any modules that must be completed before this module can be started.
CorequisiteCodes of any modules that must be taken at the same time as this one.
AuthorMaurice GoodmanThe person who wrote the module descriptor.
KeywordsPhysics, ScienceThe areas that this module is related to.
DescriptionThe Engineering Science module is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of
applied mechanics motion and strength of materials. The learning of the student will be
enhanced in the lecture programme through the introduction of appropriate examples and
applications relevant to the engineering field of study of the students. A laboratory element is
included to support the theoretical material and to develop the laboratory skills of the student.
A brief description of the module.
Revision13 Feb 2012The date of last revision of this information.
LectureHrs3 hours/weekThe number of hours per week of lectures for this module.
TutorialHrsNoneThe number of hours per week of tutorials for this module.
LabHrs2 hours/weekThe number of hours per week of practical laboratory work for this module.
DescriptorENSC1189.pdf (uploaded 19 Jan 2011)Full details of the module.

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