Become an agile leader in complexity Technology, Industry 4.0, climate action, globalisation and more: we live and work in a time of unprecedented change that affects the ways
Become an agile leader in complexity Technology, Industry 4.0, climate action, globalisation and more: we live and work in a time of unprecedented change that affects the ways we live and work. This course gives students a multidisciplinary advantage to lead in organisations and the wider community, where a diverse range of skills is increasingly in demand. Flexible, individualised learning The Master of Professional Practice combines practice-based subjects, called Studios, with elective subjects from across the university, to adapt the degree to the needs of the student. Practice-based learning In Studios, students work with academics and professional peers in collaborative, intensive workshops on complex problems honing problem solving skills and critical thinking on sustainable development solutions. The studios will teach design and systems thinking frameworks for students to research, apply and synthesise their technical knowledge and skills. The studios provide mentorship and a collaborative practice-based learning environment to develop competencies. The capstone studio enables students to apply their breadth and depth of knowledge in an industry project. The course teaches students to think in different ways that enable them to tackle complexity and unravel problems, while building postgraduate level content knowledge in subject areas of interest to students. The Master of Professional Practice studios enables students to explore, apply and integrate information, technology and human-centred design.