RESEARCH PRINCIPLES & APPLICATION

RESEARCH PRINCIPLES & APPLICATION 150 150 Affordable Capstone Projects Written from Scratch
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ASSESSED COURSEWORK 1

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING

School of Engineering

Department of Construction and Surveying

 

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR  2017-18

LEVEL: POSTGRADUATE
MODULE CODE: CE7601
MODULE TITLE: RESEARCH PRINCIPLES & APPLICATION
DATE OF ISSUE: 22 November 2017
WORK SET BY:

Contact email:

Dr Paul Missa  

Paul.Missa@kingston.ac.uk

NORMAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE: By 09:00 on 24 January 2018 (submission of digital poster on Canvas).

The precise schedule of individual oral presentations and questioning will be confirmed nearer the time (see teaching and learning plan for details)

All assignments must be submitted online by the due date and time specified above. Students  are  required  to  submit  an  electronic  copy  of  their  completed  coursework  by accessing the Assignments link on the respective module on Canvas and following the instructions provided in that section.

 

Any change to this instruction will be advised via Canvas and an email notification.

 

In line with Faculty policy for late submission of coursework, any work submitted up to a week late will be capped at 50%. Coursework submitted after this time will receive 0%.

 

In case of illness or other problems affecting your studies, you can request an extension of up to 5 working days or a longer deferral by submitting an application for mitigating circumstances. In either case, specific conditions apply. Please ensure you comply with University policy; guidance on the process you need to follow and the relevant links can be accessed via:

https://mykingston.kingston.ac.uk/myfaculty/sec/secstudentsupportMC/Pages/Mitigating-Circumstances.aspx

Please note that if you submit a piece of work you have judged yourself fit to undertake the assessment and cannot claim mitigating circumstances retrospectively.

LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: By 09:00 on 31 January 2018
HAND BACK TO STUDENTS DATE: Approximately 3 weeks after late submission
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This brief provides instructions for the individual practical examination which accounts for 30% of the final module mark. The practical examination involves two tasks which are outlined in the Assignment section below. This work must meet Level 7 (Masters) standards. 

 

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