Unit description

This unit continues the projects undertaken in ISY10221 - Computing Project I: Analysis and Design. It requires students to control and finalise their project and perform software prototyping, coding, testing and installation. Students will have opportunities to demonstrate and apply their skills of project management, software validation, programming, testing, documentation, communication and maintenance of relationship with other stakeholders. Students are also expected to organise meetings, keep records of their activities, review their project, deliver their software to the clients and prepare user manuals.

Unit content

There are no new topics introduced for this unit, as it is a capstone unit where you are expected to demonstrate the skills to undertake the development of a project. The topics of most relevance to achieving the goals of this unit are as follows:

  1. Project management
  2. Systems development
  3. Programming
  4. User training
  5. Report writing

Learning outcomes

Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.

Learning outcomes and graduate attributes

Prescribed texts

Session 1

  • No prescribed texts.

Session 2

  • No prescribed texts.

Session 3

  • No prescribed texts.
Prescribed texts may change in future study periods.

Teaching and assessment

Coffs Harbour

Teaching method
Self-directed project
Lecture on-site 1 hour (first week only)
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Gold Coast

Teaching method
Self-directed project
Lecture on-site 1 hour (first week only)
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Melbourne

Teaching method
Self-directed project
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Online

Teaching method
Lecture online 1 hour (first week only)
Self-directed project
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Papua New Guinea - IBSU Enga

Teaching method
Workshop on-site
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Papua New Guinea - IBSU Port Moresby

Teaching method
Workshop on-site
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%

Sydney

Teaching method
Self-directed project
Assessment
Prototype10%
Report15%
Report5%
Final product40%
Report5%
Reflective writing10%
Workbook5%
Project report10%
Notice

Intensive offerings may or may not be scheduled in every session. Please refer to the timetable for further details.

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Fee information

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