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Great introduction to a more scientific way of thinking with the contact classes further extending thought provoking discussion in scie1000 lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Despite at first maybe seeming irrelevant to the technical component of your degree, this course really sets you up in a scientific framework of thinking and develops your problem solving and coding skills to be able to succeed in whatever major. At the time of my taking the course, the "advanced" course component involved an extra contact session a week where we would often discuss a more advanced ethical issue in science. The equal emphasis in this course on technical skills and the ability to think critically and communicate develop the essential skills for good science. Besides this, the course is genuinely interesting, so you'll want to engage with it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A relatively interesting and fun course. Besides the intuitive contents in SCIE1000, the extra contact class allows you to develop even greater thinking skills and get to know stuffs that you'll rarely have a chance to think about.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016