Student understands and is able to name and define the basic concepts.
Student manages the assigned tasks under supervision and knows different ways to conduct the statistical analyses, but cannot justify his/her choices. Student's way to use the statistical analyses is based on routine and pre-learned performance.
Student can give and receive feedback, and is able to consider and assess things from his/her viewpoint. Student takes responsibility for his/her own work.
Student is able to structure relations between the basic concepts and is able to apply, explain and compare different statistical methods.
Student can select the most appropriate course of action from diverse options and justify his/her choice. Student is able to apply the advanced concepts when solving technical problems.
Student can give and receive feedback actively and contructively, and considers and assesses things both from his/her and the close community's viewpoint. Student can cooperate responsibly and is ready to develop his/her interaction skills.
Student is able to understand extensive entities and relation between them. Student is able to generalise, analyse and related the advanced problems to the professional context.
Student can search for diverse courses of action and solution alternatives, justify his/her choices and try new courses of action. Student assesses diverse solution alternatives creatively. Student has skills to present and justify the chosen methods when solving problems in a logical way.
Student uses feedback systematically as a professional growth tool in his/her own work and the community. Student can cooperate responsibly, flexibly and constructively and works in a committed manner.
All material, theory and exercises, can be found in TuniMoodle. If necessary, a student can use math books he/she has used before and the Internet to search more information about the topics. Some solutions for the exercises will be published in TuniMoodle after every deadline.
Contact studies, individual work, homework, videos
The final grade is based on the exam and the homework. A homework package is given weekly (appr. 8-9 packages). One point is given for every submitted homework package in Moodle. Homework packages are not accepted by email. The maximum points for the test is 41-42 points. The homework and the test together give the maximum of 50 points. The grade is based on the following table
12,5 points -> grade 1
20 points -> grade 2
27,5 points -> grade 3
35 points -> grade 4
42,5 points -> grade 5
01.09.2022 - 31.12.2022
01.07.2022 - 31.08.2022
It is recommended that a student has a calculator and a formula book.
TAMK Mathematics and Physics
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Environmental Engineering, Open University of Applied Sciences
TAMK Main Campus
The exam will be held on Thursday, 24th of November at 14.15-17.00.
Two re-sit exams, the first one in January and the second in February 2023.
Topics and dates are shown in TuniMoodle.