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This course prepares the bachelor degree candidate for the graduation project. Topics include identifying a suitable project, identifying a faculty/industry project supervisor, writing a project proposal, developing a method of tracking project progress and orally presenting a project proposal for approval.
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At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
Define the scope and depth of a project in a chosen specialty.
Apply research methodology in a specialty area.
Provide rationalization for how the chosen project will enhance expertise in the student's specialty.
Select the methodology or approach to complete a project.
Estimate the time and effort expected for completing a project.
Set the project milestones.
Write a project proposal and present it orally.
Solicit a subject expert and the project sponsor to approve project.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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