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CENV 4400 - Applied Research Project

Chemical & Environmental Tech Part-time Studies Course

School of Energy

Course Details

The course is an applied research project course where students, in consultation with the faculty advisor and industry sponsor when applicable, design, manage and execute an industrially significant research project involving both a research and laboratory component. The student group conducts a literature search, generates the program content, assigns duties to team members, and develops milestones, a timeline and budget. A project proposal is submitted and a class presentation is given which covers the project plans. The students manage the project through weekly team meetings, assessment of the progress towards milestones, consultations with their project advisor(s) and the development of progress reports. The results are presented in a final written technical report and oral presentation of the findings. Project planning, management and effective teamwork are emphasized throughout.

Prerequisite(s)

CENV 3318 and CENV 3341 and COMM 2135** (** must be taken concurrently)

Credits

3.5

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Gravitying Outcomes

Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:

  • Develop specific research objectives, given a broad statement of the area of investigation.
  • Plan, organize, manage and carry out a research project addressing the objectives identified.
  • Prepare a project proposal including technical and experimental details, timeline, budget, milestones and management.
  • Present, in seminar format, the proposed program of research to be investigated, using appropriate visual aids and other techniques to enhance communication (handouts, specimens, etc), and a timetable for completion.
  • Acquire, by independent study, new skills and knowledge required to complete the project.
  • Provide a report on the outcomes of the research project.
  • Present the findings of the research project, using the seminar setting.
  • Work in a technical team environment.
  • Throughout the project, demonstrate initiative in organizing the work, acquiring resources, solving problems and extending the areas of investigation.

Effective as of Fall 2013

Related Programs

CENV 4400 is offered as a part of the following programs:

School of Energy

  1. Chemical and Environmental Technology (Analytical Science Option)
    Full-time   Diploma
  2. Chemical and Environmental Technology (Process Engineering Option)
    Full-time   Diploma

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