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WRP8011 Work-based Research Project B

Units : 2
Faculty or Section : Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
School or Department : Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
Student contribution band : Band 1
ASCED code : 079999 - Education not elsewhere classi

Other requisites

Students who elect to complete a 8-unit project in fulfilment of the Masters degree are required to pass this course to progress to WRP8012.

Students will require access to e-mail and have reliable internet access for this course.

Computer literacy is now expected as part of professional life, and is an integral element in the studying and learning process associated with this course. The course makes significant use of the internet and online environment.

Synopsis

The student will work and study at the same time as determined by a pre-agreed and assessed work-based project proposal that articulates the expected personal, professional, academic and organisational contributions that should be achieved upon the conclusion of the project. With the guidance and support of a supervisor(s), the student will study appropriate literature, and may elect to study other post-graduate level courses, to gain the necessary theoretical knowledge and capacity to support their study. This course is required to ensure good progress is made in implementing the student's work-based research project. The insights that the student will have as a result will not only enhance their experience and expertise but will provide greater rigour in support of their findings and contributions to practice. The student will, where necessary, adapt the methodology of their investigation as the circumstances of a changing workplace environment may dictate. The flexibility of adjusting the project accordingly is acknowledged as important in collecting appropriate data supporting the evidence-based outcomes to their study. The course will be a pass/fail course.

Course offers

Semester Mode Campus
Semester 1, 2016 External
Semester 2, 2016 External
Semester 3, 2016 External