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CIVL2210 – Fundamentals of Soil Mechanics

Lecturer Dr Ale Scheuermann
Course Link UQ Site
Faculty EAIT
Prerequisites None
Contact Hours 3 Lecture hours, 1 Tutorial hour, 1 Practical or Laboratory hour
Semester(s) Taught Semester 2
Course Units 2
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Rating

Total average

82.2/100

Learning Materials ( 91.5 )
Learning Activities ( 87.5 )
Blackboard Management ( 91 )
Course Content ( 90.5 )
Course Structure ( 100 )
Contact Availability ( 92 )
Course Difficulty ( 22.5 )

Reviews (2)

Anonymous
   
CIVL2210 – Fundamentals of Soil Mechanics 77.3

One of the easier engineering courses you will encounter in your degree. The course has plenty of material to study with, past papers with full solutions, similar exam style to mathematics courses where they recycle same questions so you know exactly what questions will be on the exam. Last but not least, Alex the lecturer is a beautiful German man, and every time he says "ya" it gives me hope for the future. 10/10 would take this course again if I could.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2017

Your program/major

Civil

Is lecture attendance necessary?

no

Is the textbook necessary?

No

Positives
  • Alex is EXTREMELY nice and helpful
  • Interesting content
  • One of the easier engineering courses
Negatives
  • You'll miss Alex after you finish
Posted on November 30, 2018 1:45 am
Anonymous
   
CIVL2210 – Fundamentals of Soil Mechanics 87.0

This course is the first soil mechanics course you'll do, and most people would consider this to be the easier course in 2nd year semester 2. The lecturers can be a bit daunting with the amount of information, but the studio/tutorial sessions sums up everything you need to know for the final very well. The lecturer Alex is perhaps one of the nicest people you'll ever meet, and is always open to extending deadlines if study load becomes too heavy.

Overall, a great course with the potential to do very well in.

Semester taken

Semester 2 - 2015

Your program/major

Civil Engineering

Is lecture attendance necessary?

Not necessarily

Is the textbook necessary?

No

Positives
  • Interesting Course
  • Great Lecturer
  • Content isn't as difficult
Negatives No negative points
Posted on April 9, 2017 3:14 pm

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