ENGR 4015 Design Practice: Self-Directed Specialised Mentor Project
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 301311
Coordinator Sasha Alexander Opens in new window
Description Mentorship is highly regarded in preparation for accelerated understanding of the competitiveness and excitement of professional practice. Specialised mentors provide insights and engage students in co-creative processes and guide the pursuit of design innovations that challenge markets and redefine career progression and employment opportunities. This subject permits students to develop their own idea from conceptual discovery to market strategy and launch preparations with the view to build a new commercial pathway and personal resilience by creating a new value proposition of merit.
School Eng, Design & Built Env
Discipline Other Engineering And Related Technologies
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 2 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 4 subject
The ability to communicate a design proposal using 2D or 3D computer software with annotations, and application of Australian Standards AS 1100 or related construction standards are desirable.
- Engage with specialised mentors in a co-creative and meaningful way
- Develop detailed strategies for new product development and market launch
- Employ a collaborative and iterative design process approach for a new product under specialised mentorship
- Consider and respond to the commercial realities associated with a self-initiated project
- Present to a professional peer audience in a competitive pitch environment
2. Consultative and iterative co-creative design innovation process
3. New Product Development product discovery and development under specialised mentor guidance
4. Intellectual Property
5. New product development pitch to expert panel