This course is intended to be taken just prior to completion of the program. It will help you to prepare an effective proposal for submission to the department for CMGT 8800 – Industry Based Project. Your industry sponsor is expected to provide occasional guidance and support relating to this activity. It is advised that you have both an industry sponsor and a topic chosen for your industry-based project before you register for this course. Alternatively, you could write a “mock” proposal (with a pre-chosen topic) for the course and then a second one once you have identified your sponsor and project.
Mandatory prerequisite: More than 15 CMGT/EENG courses & CMGT 7800 or EENG 8900. EENG 8901 is equivalent to CMGT 8700. To register e-mail email@example.com with your request. Please include your name and student number. It is advised you have a topic chosen for your Final Industry Project before you register for this course.
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Below is one offering of this course for the Spring/Summer 2018 term.
MANDATORY PREREQUISITE: CMGT 7800 or EENG 8900 and more than 15 "completed" CMGT or EENG courses (EENG 8901 is equivalent to CMGT 8700.) It is recommended you have your Final Project topic chosen before you enrol into this course. To register e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and student number. This is an on line course. Prior to the first class an e-mail with the course info will be e-mailed to you. Pls be sure your BCIT contact info is up to date to do so log in to my.bcit.ca.
This section is only available for registration starting Wed, Feb 21 at 9:00 am (PST)
The student will write a professional proposal that meets both industry and the Construction Management Program standards for style, format, and language by integrating the following skills into the writing process:
Analyzing audience and purpose accurately.
Developing a strategic writing plan appropriate for proposals.
Using clear and concise language in appropriate technical style.
Formatting and structuring information into appropriate segments of a proposal.
Integrating argumentative methodologies into the proposal.
Demonstrating thorough research and publication review techniques.
Documenting research sources in a manner consistent with accepted practices.
Effective as of Winter 2010
CMGT 8700 is offered as a part of the following programs:
Writing in the Technical Fields: A Practical Guide
Oxford University Press
No information on books is currently available for Spring/Summer 2018 offerings of this course.
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