Earth Processes for Engineering
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From the name, you may assume that this subject is about earth - as in dirt - but you're only half right. Half of the entire subject is about weather and climate, which was interesting to learn about but it's hard to see how it's relevant in some instances. The assessed part of that content is pretty useful though, as you learn the ins and outs of Excel through the modelling of a catchment system. After a short interjection of tectonics, the rest of the subject is about soil and soil mechanics which was more along the lines of what I expected. Most, if not all of it, will be new. The lecturer at the stage was very boring but the content will be relevant in later subjects.