Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
Students will progress their Dissertation proposals to undertake research into, and cultural analysis of, an art and design related topic, producing either:
2. A combined practice and theory research project of 4,000 words together with practical outcome.
Either 1 or 2:
2. Major Research Project. Students will integrate theoretical research with practical experiment/research to produce an outcome which combines a text of 4,000 words with the production of visual material which together address specific research objectives. Students will be expected to demonstrate appropriate making/design skills, evidence of research and understanding, the ability to apply appropriate critical analysis, and to organise the written component into a coherent outcome.
A student passing this module should be able to:
6. Demonstrate autonomy through the ability to work independently and take responsibility for accessing resources and accountability for determining outcomes.
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