12 points, SCA Band 1, 0.250 EFTSL
Postgraduate - Unit
Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered.
The interdisciplinary studio environment provides through team-based project activities and problem-based learning, the further application of knowledge, techniques and methodologies from the students' individual disciplines, whilst addressing a complex multi-faceted problem. The unit may involve any combination of art, design or architecture students. The ability to critically and creatively engage with research and 'real world' problems through interdisciplinary approaches will be the core of this unit. Students will further develop skills in communication, collaboration and innovation, essential tools for both professional practice and research activities within their chosen field and beyond. The final outcomes from the unit may be collaborative or individual.
Upon successful completion of this unit students will have gain the ability to:
- operate constructively and collaboratively as part of a team
- develop observation, research, communication and information gathering skills
- contribute as a discipline-specific practitioner within an interdisciplinary context
- conduct critical enquiry and provide summative reviews of peers across disciplines
- conceptualise, design and create a response to a given interdisciplinary problem
- understand and apply the rules of occupational health and safety appropriate to the interdisciplinary practice, in order to collaborate safely with peers
Fieldwork may be required for this unit. Full details will be outlined in the Unit Guide
This is a semester-long project unit. 100% mixed mode by folio at both mid-semester assessment and final assessment
24 hours total per week, consisting of:
8 contact hours (including site visits, lecture, seminar and tutorial, etc) and 16 hours independent study time; or equivalent.
See also Unit timetable information
OHS1000 and pass in 24 credit points of studio unit at level 2; enrolment in an approved Faculty award. Students must obtain approval from their Course Coordinator.