(Original post by LordFifth)
To keep it simple I want to do computer science at uni and I'm taking things 1 step at a time. I'm going to start an access course in September but there are soo many out there and what's really confusing is that the most obvious 1 "access to computing" isn't really that much accepted by top unis. I'm looking at an access to engineering course and I just want someones view on the modules it contains.
Module Units available:
- Finding & Reading Information
- Using Information Technology
- Examination Skills
- Practical Writing: Reports and Formal Documents
- Reading & Comprehension of Texts
- Planning & Carrying out a Scientific Investigation
- Science in Society
- Functions and Graphs
- Trigonometric Equations and Identities
- Vectors and Matrices
- Motion and Energy
- Oscillations and Waves
- Heat Transfer
- Mechanical Properties of Materials
- Practical Work in Physics
Yes seems fine, but look at the entrance requirements for the degrees you wish to apply for and if unsure then just make an informal enquiry. the key things for CS is maths, but they will be fine with further science content.
There are also some Access courses in computing. Use the search engine and pick information and communication technology.
Sorry re-read your OP. the only way to resolve is check entrance and then make an informal enquiry which one they will accept if any.