What you'll learn
- apply fundamental concepts and principles of physics
- apply physics principles to understand the cause of problems, devise strategies to solve them
- analyse and interpret given data and perform calculations based on the given data, while applying introductory scientific research methodologies
- work scientifically and effectively to become a more responsible, reflective, self-directed and motivated learner
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- Curtin course code: PHYS0004
- This offering was last updated on: 26/02/2019