15304 Major Project: Outcomes6cp
Requisite(s): 15303c Major Project: Analysis
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This subject, together with 15302 Major Project: Methods and 15303 Major Project: Analysis, develops core skills that give students the ability to successfully complete rigorous and original planning problem-solving exercises. In this subject, students produce a report describing a solution to their chosen planning problem, as the third of three parts of the major project (the other two parts are completed in Major Projects: Methods and Major Projects: Analysis). This report is the culmination of the major project. Students consider and interpret their findings from the previous two stages to provide the basis for a solution to the chosen problem. Students then develop and deliver a viable solution(s) to the problem in the form of a comprehensive report. This enhances students' abilities to develop their own considered responses to contemporary planning. The subject is undertaken primarily via self-instruction, but students are carefully guided by their supervisor and meet on a regular basis for tutorials. This provides an opportunity for the identification, presentation and discussion of creative solutions to planning problems.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125