COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SUBJECT COMPONENTS

ADVANCED MATHEMATICS I (FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS)

More than ever before in human history, we are building. In addition to physical structures and complex machinery, we are building in the virtual world. Engineers need to be able to address the needs of the future. Advanced Mathematics 1 equips learners with the core skills required to embark on further study of this dynamic field.

Quadratic Functions and Inequalities
Exponential and Logarithmic functions
Transformations of Graphs
Coordinate Geometry
Radian measures, Trigonometric Functions and Equations
Differentiation including parametric equations

Assessment Method: Written assignment.

 

ADVANCED MATHEMATICS II (FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS)

Building on prior study, in Advanced Mathematics II students will expand their knowledge and skills gained and apply them to more complex issues. This module demands an analytical and synthetic approach that allows learners to develop engineering knowledge, skills, imagination and experience to the highest levels in readiness for their future studies and career.

  • Partial fractions
  • Binomial Expansion
  • Arithmetic and Geometric series
  • Integration including parametric equations and differential equations
  • Vectors in two and three dimensions
  • Numerical Methods

Assessment Method: Written assignment.

COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR THE DIGITAL WORLD

COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS

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