This course is the first of two parts and is undertaken before MMAN4020 Thesis B. The Thesis involves formulating the designs for and solutions to open-ended engineering problems. The problems will be drawn from contemporary practice and will be multi-disciplinary involving application of material learnt throughout the undergraduate program and will require creative thought. The course will include the preparation of relevant professional documents. Part A involves the formulation of a project proposal which includes a review of the relevant literature. The course will include the preparation of relevant professional documents. Part B involves the satisfactory preparation and submission an individual thesis addressing the project plan defined in Thesis A.
Students should have passed 132 units at the time they commence this course.
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