Available only to BCA students;
Enrolment subject to approval of Unit Coordinator
Provides BCA students with the opportunity to undertake investigative study in a specialised area that complements their major study. Once the outline of the project has been agreed to by the head of the discipline, the investigation is self-directed. Students choose a topic which may be practical or theoretical in nature and may normally undertake only one complementary study elective within their course of study.
|Unit name||Complementary Study|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts and Law
Tasmanian College of the Arts
Dr Matt Delbridge
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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- successful completion of Year 1 (100%) of the BCA
3 hrs -- 1 hr consultation, 2 hrs project sessions -- weekly (13 wks)
Work-in-context assignment (20%), formal presentation of work undertaken during sem (80%)
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