The focus for this unit is on fostering leadership capacity in engineering through exploration of 'Grand Challenges' impacting engineering as a socially, economically and environmentally influential field of practice. Through a number of activities, students are provided opportunities to demonstrate skills in leadership, influencing, research and analysis. At this level, students are expected to work autonomously and collaboratively to generate forward thinking policy positions for an engineering entity in response to a global Grand Challenge.
|ENGG2111 or ENGG2062|
|ENGG4064 OR ENGG4065|
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