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26 Aug
2019

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SUBJECT OUTLINE
42003 Engineering Graduate Project
Attendance: standard mode (on campus); block mode (offshore)
Subject coordinator
Dr Xi Jin
Email: feitpgprojects@uts.edu.au
Teaching staff
Dr Xi Jin
Email: feitpgprojects@uts.edu.au
Subject description
This subject is the second phase of students’ Engineering Graduate Project (EGP) and involves the implementation of
a project plan and write-up of the final report. Students can refer to 42908 Engineering Project Preparation as a
reminder of what needs to be completed prior to the commencement of the second phase of work.
Subject learning objectives (SLOs)
Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to:
1. Independently or as a part of the team identify and apply relevant research methodologies to an engineering
project.
2. Design and conduct appropriate research activities e.g experiments, data collection and analysis as part of
project implementation.
3. Apply engineering project management skills e.g time management, risk control in a real life problem-solving
context.
Course intended learning outcomes (CILOs)
This subject also contributes specifically to the development of the following faculty Course Intended Learning
Outcomes (CILOs) and Engineers Australia (EA) Stage 1 competencies:
Identify constraints, uncertainties and risk of the system (social, cultural, legislative, environmental, business etc.)
(A.3)
Identify and apply relevant problem-solving methodologies (B.1)
Demonstrate research skills (B.6)
Teaching and learning strategies
In collaboration with a project supervisor, students will implement their research plans to the Engineering Graduate
Project. Students are expected to develop their learning approaches and deliverables with guidance from their
supervisor. Regular project meetings should be scheduled throughout the duration.
Student must submit a draft of the report or sections thereof to receive feedback from the supervisor.
Course area UTS: Engineering
Delivery Spring 2019; standard mode; City
Credit points 6cp
Requisite(s) 42908 Engineering Project Preparation
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are also course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Result type Grade and marks
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Program
Week/Session Dates Description
Week 1 22-26 July Subject Briefing
Week 2 4 August Project Registration
Week 3 5-9 August Work on project. Set meeting schedule with
the supervisor. Meet with supervisor.
Record details of meetings and agreed
actions. Implement agreed on actions. Work
on report.
Week 4 12-16 August Work on project. Set meeting schedule with
the supervisor. Meet with supervisor.
Record details of meetings and agreed
actions. Implement agreed on actions. Work
on report.
Notes:
Draft submission by email to supervisor for
feedback
Week 5 23 August Census Date
Week 6-7 26/8-6/9/2019 Work on project. Set meeting schedule with
the supervisor. Meet with supervisor.
Record details of meetings and agreed
actions. Implement agreed on actions. Work
on report.
Stuvac 9-15 September Student vacation. No class.
Week 8-12 16/9-18/10/2019 Work on project. Set meeting schedule with
the supervisor. Meet with supervisor.
Record details of meetings and agreed
actions. Implement agreed on actions. Work
on report.
1st Week of Final Assessment Period Monday 28 October All Students submit Final Report.
Assessment
Assessment task 1: Final Project Report
Intent: To document, to academic standard, a professional engineering project to demonstrate competencies
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Intent:
To document, to academic standard, a professional engineering project to demonstrate competencies
expected of an experienced professional engineer.
Objective(s): This assessment task addresses the following subject learning objectives (SLOs):
1, 2 and 3
This assessment task contributes to the development of the following course intended learning
outcomes (CILOs):
A.3, B.1 and B.6
Type:
Report
Groupwork: Individual
Weight:
Task:
100%
Students write a professional report documenting their academic research projects. The report will
include introduction, literature review, findings, discussions, conclusions and recommendations. The
report should be formatted as suitable to submit to an academic journal, including references as per
Harvard- UTS style.
Students submit the final report via UTSOnline to document and evaluate their Graduate Project.
Length:
Length of the final report should have a body of at least 7000 words.
Due:
Draft Due: Week 4 (For formative feedback) Softcopy email to the supervisor. Final report: 11:59 pm
Monday 28 October 2019 submitted softcopy to UTSOnline.
These will be posted on UTSOnline.
Criteria:
Criteria
linkages:
Criteria
Weight (%)
SLOs
CILOs
Content 35 2 B.6
Knowledge 35 1 B.1
Communication 30 3 A.3
SLOs: subject learning objectives
CILOs: course intended learning outcomes
Assessment feedback
Students will be provided with feedback during regular meetings with their supervisors. The Project Proposal will
receive feedback as a means of assuring the aims, methods, implementation of the project are agreed and appropriate.
Minimum requirements
In order to pass the subject, a student must achieve an overall mark of 50% or more.
Graduate attribute development
For a full list of the faculty’s graduate attributes and EA Stage 1 competencies, refer to the FEIT Graduate Attributes
webpage.
Assessment: faculty procedures and advice
Extensions
When, due to extenuating circumstances, you are unable to submit or present an assessment task on time, please
contact your subject coordinator before the assessment task is due to discuss an extension. Extensions may be
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granted up to a maximum of 5 days (120 hours). In all cases you should have extensions confirmed in writing.
Special consideration
If you believe your performance in an assessment item or exam has been adversely affected by circumstances
beyond your control, such as a serious illness, loss or bereavement, hardship, trauma, or exceptional employment
demands, you may be eligible to apply for Special Consideration.
Late penalty
Work submitted late without an approved extension is subject to a late penalty of 10 per cent of the total available
marks deducted per calendar day that the assessment is overdue (e.g. if an assignment is out of 40 marks, and is
submitted (up to) 24 hours after the deadline without an extension, the student will have four marks deducted from
their awarded mark). Work submitted after five calendar days is not accepted and a mark of zero is awarded.
For some assessment tasks a late penalty may not be appropriate – these are clearly indicated in the subject outline.
Such assessments receive a mark of zero if not completed by/on the specified date. Examples include:
a. weekly online tests or laboratory work worth a small proportion of the subject mark, or
b. online quizzes where answers are released to students on completion, or
professional assessment tasks, where the intention is to create an authentic assessment that has an absolute
submission date, or
c.
d. take-home papers that are assessed during a defined time period, or
e. pass/fail assessment tasks.
Querying marks/grades and final results
If a student disagrees with a mark or a final result awarded by a marker:
where a student wishes to query a mark, the deadline for a query during teaching weeks is 10 working days from the
date of the return of the task to the student
where a student wishes to query a final examination result, the deadline is 10 working days from the official release of
the final subject result.
Further information can be found at Academic advice.
Academic liaison officer
Academic liaison officers (ALOs) are academic staff in each faculty who assist students experiencing difficulties in
their studies due to: disability and/or an ongoing health condition; carer responsibilities (e.g. being a primary carer for
small children or a family member with a disability); and pregnancy.
ALOs are responsible for approving adjustments to assessment arrangements for students in these categories.
Students who require adjustments due to disability and/or an ongoing health condition are requested to discuss their
situation with an accessibility consultant at the Accessibility Service before speaking to the relevant ALO.
Statement about assessment procedures and advice
This subject outline must be read in conjunction with the Coursework Assessments policy and procedures.
Statement on copyright
Teaching materials and resources provided to you at UTS are protected by copyright. You are not permitted to re-use
these for commercial purposes (including in kind benefit or gain) without permission of the copyright owner. Improper
or illegal use of teaching materials may lead to prosecution for copyright infringement.
Statement on plagiarism
Plagiarism and academic integrity
At UTS, plagiarism is defined in Rule 16.2.1(4) as: ‘taking and using someone else’s ideas or manner of expressing
them and passing them off as … [their] own by failing to give appropriate acknowledgement of the source to seek to
gain an advantage by unfair means’.
The definition infers that if a source is appropriately referenced, the student’s work will meet the required academic
standard. Plagiarism is a literary or an intellectual theft and is unacceptable both academically and professionally. It
can take a number of forms including but not limited to:
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copying any section of text, no matter how brief, from a book, journal, article or other written source without duly
acknowledging the source
copying any map, diagram, table or figure without duly acknowledging the source
paraphrasing or otherwise using the ideas of another author without duly acknowledging the source
re-using sections of verbatim text without using quote marks to indicate the text was copied from the source (even if
a reference is given).
Other breaches of academic integrity that constitute cheating include but are not limited to:
submitting work that is not a student’s own, copying from another student, recycling another student’s work,
recycling previously submitted work, and working with another student in the same cohort in a manner that exceeds
the boundaries of legitimate cooperation
purchasing an assignment from a website and submitting it as original work
requesting or paying someone else to write original work, such as an assignment, essay or computer program, and
submitting it as original work.
Students who condone plagiarism and other breaches of academic integrity by allowing their work to be copied are
also subject to student misconduct Rules.
Where proven, plagiarism and other breaches of misconduct are penalised in accordance with UTS Student Rules
Section 16 – Student misconduct and appeals.
Avoiding plagiarism is one of the main reasons why the Faculty of Engineering and IT is insistent on the thorough and
appropriate referencing of all written work. Students may seek assistance regarding appropriate referencing through
UTS: HELPS.
Work submitted electronically may be subject to similarity detection software. Student work must be submitted in a
format able to be assessed by the software (e.g. doc, pdf (text files), rtf, html).
Further information about avoiding plagiarism at UTS is available.
Retention of student work
The University reserves the right to retain the original or one copy of any work executed and/or submitted by a student
as part of the course including, but not limited to, drawings, models, designs, plans and specifications, essays,
programs, reports and theses, for any of the purposes designated in Student Rule 3.9.2. Such retention is not to affect
any copyright or other intellectual property right that may exist in the student’s work. Copies of student work may be
retained for a period of up to five years for course accreditation purposes. Students are advised to contact their subject
coordinator if they do not consent to the University retaining a copy of their work.
Statement on UTS email account
Email from the University to a student will only be sent to the student’s UTS email address. Email sent from a student
to the University must be sent from the student’s UTS email address. University staff will not respond to email from
any other email accounts for currently enrolled students.
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