The student is encouraged to complete this portion of the graduation requirement in a workplace setting. The student will conduct a literature review, choose, prepare and present a proposal for an industry related project. An advisory team consists of mentor(s) from the industry, instructor(s) in the relevant area, and/or the Program Head. The project/internship product should be innovative, experimental or explanatory in nature to demonstrate the practical application of knowledge and skills. A detailed project proposal will be prepared. The Graduation Project Panel will assess the feasibility and merits of the proposal.
Completion of framework courses. Corequisite: Enrolment in specialized courses that will bring the total of such courses to a minimum of 19 credits in specified areas.
Effective as of Fall 2003