Provides for practical application of computing knowledge and skills preferably in a workplace setting and with projects that involve applied research or technology transfer. Students should produce a product that is innovative, experimental or exploratory in nature. Ranges from directed study projects to the preparation of proposal or project plan and includes the development of formal deliverables, including a final report. The contact hours are approximate and will vary from student to student. Please refer to the Major Projects Guidelines as described on the CST BTech Commons webpage. Please email email@example.com for sample proposals and reports.
Internet delivery format. Departmental approval needed To register, BTech students must have their proposal approved. For more information, please contact the program assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org with your student ID after reading the Major Projects Guidelines thoroughly. This course can be registered throughout the term, even if it is full, upon approval of their proposal.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Apply specialty knowledge in a 'real-life' project, applied research, technology transfer, or study project under the supervision of a committee.
Design, develop, and implement a significant work or contribution to industry in a team environment.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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