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Pros: Really enjoyable content, great lecturers (Daniel Heath and Lionel Lam), lots of practice material, very manageable assignments Cons: Very poor re-structuring of the subject that meant some content had to be cut (rip open-channel flow) due to an inability to manage time, poor communication about due dates
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021
Amazing subject which I found to be very useful in terms of the content taught and its application, considering my context as a chem eng major. Would definitely say I learned a lot from the subject, the assignments/assessments were manageable and Kathryn the lecturer for this sem was very clear and concise with the delivery. All in all, very good subject important for both civil and chem eng students.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
Outstanding lecturer, very clear and providing more than enough material. Assessment items were very fair, and I learned a lot.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
If you're a civil eng major like me and you don't understand a damn about chem eng, you'll do fine with Daniel Heath as long as you practice past exams. The content was easier to understand with Marco especially since he has a better teaching style. Do the practice problems and more because the style of questions are repetitive. Surprisingly got a H1.