IND801/IND802 incorporates approaches to learning that recognise and utilise contributions from both academic and workplace settings through intentional integration of theory and practice. Meaningful work experience, coupled with rigorous academic studies, provides you with the opportunity to place your studies in context, identify, analyse and solve problems within an industry setting. Importantly, IND801/IND802 assists you to reflect on your career goals through new insights into workplace and discipline-specific cultural and behavioural expectations. Due to the immersive nature of WIL experiences you are expected to complete 300 hours in a work setting for IND801/IND802.
a) Analyse and critique the main research methods used in business contexts
b) Design, plan and execute an applied research project
c) Analyse and synthesise information in order to develop evidence-based and sustainable solutions for a business problem
d) Succinctly communicate work related issues and outcomes to a range of organisational stakeholders
e) Critically reflect and generate insights on workplace culture, relevant professional expectations and career aspirations.
Learning outcomes for this subject are assessed using a range of assessment tasks as described in the table below.
Most assessment tasks are submitted using the Learning Management System, Moodle. For more instruction on submitting the assessment tasks, please refer to the instruction in Moodle for more specific information of the subject assessment submission requirements.