Positives: Positive aspects is that in one class it is very hands on and we work in a professional environment
Negatives: Maybe just having to keep up with workload between all classes
My advice to future students is: Be prepared to study and focus on important tasks first in order to achieve
Positives: I'll be able to work in a laboratory as soon as I graduate. It's very focused on laboratory studies and I enjoy it.
Negatives: I don't have any at the moment.
My advice to future students is: It's great if you are wanting to be working in a laboratory
Positives: A lot of student support
Student clubs & activities
Negatives: Packed work and online readings
My advice to future students is: Stay on top of your readings/quizzes/assessments
Positives: The things you learn are honestly life changing especially for everyday life.
Negatives: The effort you must put in to get a decent grade. It's honestly hours of studying to completely understand what to do with most assessments.
My advice to future students is: Head down, arse up, dedication and time are your main priorities!
Positives: The simulation rooms available to students which allow them to experience a hands on type of environment as well as the support networks which is also available to all students.
Negatives: Haven't come across anything negative as of yet other then the 3 hour gap between a lecture and tutorial class.
My advice to future students is: Do your best. Get the help when needed. Ask questions, most likely other students have the exact same questions as you would. Attend your lectures.
Positives: the course is very relevant to the real world. It is easy to relate it to real life experiences. The course is online which is convenient
Negatives: the online lectures are sometimes lacking detail relevant to the assessment
My advice to future students is: Keep up to date with the course and ensure attend the workshops
Positive aspect is that it can be studied externally and you are able to gain credit for relevant work experience for certain courses within the degree.
Negative aspect is that you have to travel to the campus for the res schools that you are required to attend for certain courses.
My advice to future students is: To consider just enrolling in the full Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree from the start instead of just the associate degree.
Positive: learning new information and enjoying how we learn
Negative: a lot of workload
My advice to future students is: To get ready for hard work but to enjoy it
Postive was being able to do this course online and do online classes. I loved being able to go to residential school and meet other people studying in my course and work in teams. I loved my teachers also.
Negative was how complicated it seemed and I had trouble proccessing all of it still when others in my class were way ahead of me. I felt like they needed to make sure all of the class knew everything before they moved on with important stuff
My advice to future students is: Try and stick with your course no matter how hard it seems. Do some tutoring if it gets hard and make sure you ask for help when needed.
Good communication and teaching.
I found that the exams are too strict (or not enough guidance given)
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