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ENPO29001 Process Management Industry Project A
This course is specifically designed so that students can apply an investigative process through the analysis of, reflection on and critique of, an area of Process Management related to their professional practice. This will ensure that the investigation undertaken is relevant to the needs of industry.
The specific process management topic will be selected by negotiation with the Program Coordinator. It must be of sufficient size and complexity to substantially extend the knowledge gained in preceding courses of the Graduate Diploma program. The project will be supervised by a specialist in the specific area of process technology or management
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||Requirement: Completed Program CF09 (Graduate Diploma of Process Management)|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
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