BP247 - Bachelor of Science (Nanotechnology)/Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences)

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Plan: BP247ASCDD - Bachelor of Science (Nanotechnology)/Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

This double degree brings together complementary learning outcomes from Nanotechnology and Applied Sciences. You will have 16 core nanotechnology courses and stream courses in your science specialisation (Chemistry or Physics).

On completion of this program you should be able to: 

PLO 1: Understanding science: 

PLO 1.1:  Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and an ability to apply the scientific method in practice.

PLO 1.2:  Demonstrate an understanding of the role and relevance of science in society.

PLO 1.3:  Demonstrate an understanding of the role and importance of evidence in the continuous evolution of scientific knowledge. 

PLO-2: Scientific knowledge

PLO 2.1:  Demonstrate a broad knowledge in your chosen discipline, with deep knowledge in its core concepts.

PLO 2.2:  Demonstrate knowledge in at least one discipline other than your primary discipline and some understanding of interdisciplinary linkages. 

PLO-3: Inquiry and Problem Solving

PLO 3.1: Plan and carry out a research project under supervision, showing the development of some capacity for independent work.

PLO 3.2: Gather, critically review and synthesise information relevant to a scientific inquiry or research project.

PLO 3.3: Choose appropriate tools and methods to solve scientific problems within your area of specialization.

PLO 3.4: Demonstrate well-developed problem solving skills, applying your knowledge and using your ability to think analytically and creatively.

PLO 3.5: Demonstrate an ability to accurately record, analyse, interpret and critically evaluate your research findings. 

PLO-4: Communication

PLO 4.1: Communicate the solution to a problem or the results of a scientific investigation using effective oral, written and presentation skills.

PLO 4.2: Communicate the solution to a problem or the results of a scientific investigation using appropriate methods for different audiences. 

PLO-5: Personal and professional responsibility

PLO 5.1: Demonstrate a capacity for independent and self-directed work.

PLO 5.2: Demonstrate you can work responsibly, safely, legally and ethically.

PLO 5.3: Demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively.

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