Semester 2 (Extended) - Online
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This subject comprises the Capstone experience for this course. Drawing on theory, knowledge and skills developed during the program, participants design and complete an individually negotiated, supervised investigative project.
Projects tackle a real life policy or management issue; integrate student learning; and present an actionable proposal for policy makers or institutional managers.
Participants are introduced to research and project management methods; given guidance in the design of their project; and must submit an 10,000 word report that may later form the basis of a workplace report or journal article.
A hurdle requirement for this subject is that students will present their project design and findings to a panel and their peers on two occasions. The final presentation should include a reflection on the key learnings they have gained from their studies in the Master of Tertiary Education (Management).
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject participants should be able to:
- Apply and synthesise theory, knowledge and skills developed during the course to plan, execute and deliver individually negotiated, supervised investigative project;
- Research a real life policy or management issue; integrate student learning; and present an actionable proposal for policy makers or institutional managers;
- Tackle complex tertiary education management problems; present evidence and analysis; and manage the practical elements of an investigative project that may involve clients or research participants.
On completing this subject, participants should be able to:
- communicate and present to people who work in different cultures and contexts
- investigate policy and strategy problems, and generate options to resolve them
- assess the risks and benefits of different solutions to management problems
- apply accepted policies and principles to different kinds of cases
- make well-informed management decisions that consider specific contexts.
Last updated: 8 November 2019