CO-ORDINATOR: Dr Jens-Arne Subke
Before taking this module it is advised that you should have passed:
The module will help to develop your statistical and IT skills and apply them to environmental, ecological and biological data sets.
This module is designed to familiarise you with:
The methods you learn in this module will be applied in many of the subsequent modules that you will follow. In particular, the 5th semester module, Field and Laboratory Techniques (ENVU5T5/BIOU5T5), is designed to follow on from this module and apply the techniques learnt with environmental/biological data that you collect yourselves through your own group project work. The skills learnt from both these modules will help you with your Honours dissertation design, execution, analysis and presentation. The course will also provide you with important transferable skills.
Scheduled Teaching: 50 hours
Independent Study: 150 hours
Placements: 0 hours