MU123 is intended to enrich mathematical knowledge and understanding and to provide techniques and strategies to tackle mathematical problems.
MU123 looks at a variety of mathematical topics such as numbers, statistics, graphs, algebra, trigonometry and associated techniques. It also introduces mathematical modelling and some problem-solving strategies. As well as ‘doing the maths’ you will learn how to interpret results in context and to explain your approach and conclusions.Read More
Technologies in practice
This module provides an opportunity to sample some of the key areas in computing and information technology. You will be introduced to three topics as tasters for your future studies and career: robotics, networking, and Linux. Studying these topics will enable you to develop essential skills for future employment in the computing and IT industry. You will be applying what you learn by developing a portfolio to demonstrate your skills and understanding in these areas. Read More
My digital life
My digital life taken on a journey from the origins of information technology through to the familiar computers of today, and on to tomorrow’s radical technologies. Getting hands-on experience of programming and of how computing is changing. Also learning about the profound social and technological changes associated with information technology – changes that affect every one of us. Read More