This unit aims to prepare students for undertaking a research project in the various sub-disciplines of Architectural Science. It begins with the workshop-based discussion about how to identify ‘knowledge gap’ from which an interesting and significant research question can be formulated. It highlights principles of experimental design and methods of data collection and analysis. You will be working closely together with your individual supervisor to fully establish research questions, transform them into testable hypotheses, and develop reliable and valid research methods. Students will be given an opportunity to fully present their research ideas and plans in the form of written research proposal and oral presentation. Prior to the enrolment, students are expected to find and appoint their individual supervisor who’s research interest and expertise are closely aligned with that of the student. This unit in combination with other 12 credit point research unit (either Report or Dissertation) may replace the capstone with the permission of the Program Director.
|Academic unit||Architectural and Design Science|
|Unit name||Research in Arch. and Design Science|
|Semester 1, 2022|
|Attendance mode||Block mode|
|Available to study abroad and exchange students||
Teaching staff and contact details
|Coordinator||Jungsoo Kim, firstname.lastname@example.org|