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Practical Project II

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Learning outcomes of course unit

Graduates are able to professionally execute a project based on solid organization. They are confident in systematic, structured, technically professional and on-schedule project processing. They are confident in project communication in all directions (discussions, documentation, descriptions, presentations), have consolidated expertise for solving specific problems and are able to assess and defend their results towards the customer.

prerequisites and co-requisites

Academic Writing, Project Management, Practical Project I

course contents

Based on the experience gained in Practical Project I as well as other knowledge and skills gained in courses, students are afforded the opportunity to apply their gained knowledge in real projects – especially skills in project and quality management as well as subject-specific problem-solving skills are to be solidified and applied. Problems from study-program areas are to be processed within the context of projects in cooperation with companies and other institutions. Planning, execution and evaluation of projects are performed independently. The project team is trained based on individual target agreements with the lecturer. Students themselves implement quality management in order to promote decision-making skills.

recommended or required reading

Schaumann G.; Schmitz K. W.: Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung, 4. Auflage, Springer Verlag, 2010
Grote K. H.; Feldhusen J.: Dubbel - Taschenbuch für Maschinenbau, 24. Auflage, Springer Verlag, 2014

assessment methods and criteria

Written final project report, study-accompanying performance certificate (presentation, project plan)

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recommended optional program components

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type of course unit

Compulsory lecture

mode of delivery

Praxis transfer

work placement(s)

Not applicable