This course focuses on the fundamental principles of physic. Emphasis is on the understanding and application of physical concepts and principles and topics include thermal properties of matter, electrostatics, capacitance, electricity, magnetism and nuclear physics.
Applied Organic Chemistry is a foundation module that will provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the chemistry of carbon compounds, with respect to reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, natural products and applications of organic chemistry in biological processes and pharmaceutical products.
- Teacher: Sacha Campbell
This course aims to acquaint students with the concepts of waves, physical optics, the principles of electromagnetic distance measurement and alternating current circuits.
- Teacher: Clayon Harrison
This course Probability and Statistical
Processes and Procedures for Data Analysis for Teachers provides a foundation
in the areas of statistics and probability used in the natural and social
sciences. It provides learning
experiences that will enable teachers to make the relevant mathematical
connections to teach for better understanding of the application of probability
and statistics to everyday life.
This module is structured to ensure that
students will have both theoretical and practical knowledge of mathematics. The learning activities
are constructed for better understanding and appreciation of the relevance and
worth of mathematics applications in various fields of life.
In this module students will be introduced to
geometric systems, different dimensions of geometry and experiential learning
through geometry. Some of the topics to be covered include modeling, spatial
reasoning, logics and networks.
- Teacher: Moy-Ann Simpson-Dillon
The aim of this module is to provide an understanding of the general biology of the parasitic protozoans, helminths, and arthropods of humans and domestic animals and emphasize the morphology, form and function, life histories parasite-host interactions, and medical implications of representative taxa from these major parasitic groups.