Chemistry level-1 Course guide 09-10

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1 School of Natural and Computing Science Level 1 Chemistry CM1012, CM1013, CM1014 CM1508, CM1509 Course Guide 2009–2010 .
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2 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 KEY CONTACTS 3 FIRST LECTURE 3 ASSIGNMENT TO THE COURSES 3 COMMUNICATION WITH STUDENTS 4 RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS 4 CORUSE AIMS 5 PRACTICAL CLASSES 5 CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 7 TUTORIALS 7 COURSE ASSESSMENT AND EXAMS 7 STUDENT MONITROING 8 CHEATING 9 EXAMINATIONS 9 MEDICAL CERTIFICATES 11 CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 12 STUDENT SUPPORT 13 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 13 POSTSCRIPT: A MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL CONTRACT? 15 _____________________________________________ Welcome to Chemistry at the University of Aberdeen! We have a distinguished history dating back over 200 years to the establishment of the first University Chair (Professor) of Chemistry in Great Britain in 1793. Whether you stay with us for the five years of the MChem degree, the four years of a Chemistry BSc Honours Degree, or for a shorter time as part of another degree programme, we hope your time with us will be enjoyable and academically rewarding and successful. This level-1 Course Guide provides you with vital information on how the chemistry courses at the University of Aberdeen (course codes: CM1012, CM1013, CM1014, CM1508, CM1509) work and summarises the most important University rules and regulations relating to your undergraduate study (full and definitive details are available from the Registry). If you have any questions that are not answered here, please do not hesitate to speak to any member of Chemistry staff. Constructive comments are always welcome: remember, we can only improve the facilities and services that we offer if we know what you think. You will find course synopses and learning outcomes on the level-1 WebCT pages. We hope you will find the courses stimulating, useful, and enjoyable, whether or not you intend to continue studying chemistry beyond first year. We are always happy for students to decide to study chemistry to higher levels and we have no restrictions on numbers at any level. We wish you every success in the coming years.
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3 KEY CONTACTS Name Position Tel Room No. E-mail Dr Richard Wells Head of Teaching 27 2920 Meston 059A r.wells@abdn.ac.uk Dr Bill Harrison Course Coordinator 27 2897 Meston G30 w.harrison@abdn.ac.uk Dr Peter Henderson WebCT Coordinator 27 2931 Meston 157 p.henderson@abdn.ac.uk The Head of Teaching is responsible for all academic matters in Chemistry. The Course Coordinator is responsible for the administration and organisation of the courses. FIRST LECTURE First lecture for CM1012 All students enrolled on course CM1012 must attend the first (introductory) lecture in St Mary’s G3 at 2pm on Friday 2 October 2009. This lecture will provide you with much vital information—if you miss it, you will be significantly disadvantaged. Regular lectures for CM1012
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN H851 taught by Professor Potter during the Spring '09 term at University of Aberdeen.

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Chemistry level-1 Course guide 09-10 - School of Natural...

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