This unit allows students to work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams on authentic, complex problem-based projects developed with project partners. Students engage in self-directed inquiry-based research to address problems or identify opportunities through exposure to insights into the industry that assist the investigation and provide context for the final recommendations. This unit develops students' complex problem solving skills through experiential evidence-based teaching approaches focusing on project management, reflective practices, and collaboration. This experience equips students with a toolkit to become more adaptive.
3 hrs weekly
individual statement (20%); final group report (40%); final group presentation (20%); group participation mark (20%)
Depth of knowledge in at least one discipline (major)Co-requisites