16084 Construction Practice Project6cp; 3hpw (workshop) and may include fieldwork
In this subject students explore areas of interest related to the special projects content through a self-directed learning contract or, when offered, intensive workshop mode. The areas for study within the special projects are construction management theory, construction technology or case study. This flexible learning approach allows students to further examine these areas of study in greater detail, or to explore another issue relevant to the topic that has an application to their academic and career development. Projects that are offered may respond to special conditions within the community and/or faculty. The range of projects is limited to the capacity of the program and the academic supervisor to facilitate adequate study conditions and to offer support to the students. Enrolment in this subject is granted upon negotiation with the course director and students must demonstrate that they have a viable project, study plan and appropriate academic supervision.
Spring session, City campus
Detailed subject description.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125