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Applied Research Project (6 points)


Leader: Mr Peter Freeman

Gippsland Full year 2003 (Day)
Gippsland Full year 2003 (OCL)
Gippsland Full year 2004 (Day)
Gippsland Full year 2004 (OCL)

Synopsis: Each student undertakes an individual project bringing together the themes of the overall course. Project topics must relate to the student's major area of study. Appropriate staff supervise individual projects. The subject adviser and project supervisor must approve project topics at the time of enrolment. Project requirements include reviewing relevant literature, seminar presentation and participation, and submission of a detailed final report. Other requirements such as attendance at short seminar programs may be specified. Students are required to maintain regular contact with their supervisors. The subject is taught by seminars, tutorial and supervised individual project work.

Assessment: Three oral reports (10-minute preliminary, 2.5%, 10-minute progress, 10%, 15-minute final, 12.5%): 25% + Written reports (1000-word preliminary, 5%, 8000-word final, 25%): 30% + Supervisor's assessment of project planning, conduct and development: 33% + Supervisor's assessment of final written report: 12%

Contact Hours: Approximately 6 hours per week

Prerequisites: ASC2626 or ASC2629 or SCI1020, all first and second-level units in approved major and an appropriate project and supervisor by permission

Prohibitions: GAS3062, GAS3619, MAT3199, ASC3639

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