Week 2 4.5 hours The project proposal will be submitted to the instructor. The instructor will review and recommend any modifications necessary to approve the project. Details of the project are discussed and agreed upon. The project is then submitted to the faculty member and Aeronautics Department for review no later than the end of Week 2. or The faculty member will guide the student in developing five (5) comprehensive examination questions that suitably address all applicable Program Outcomes. Faculty have the option to replace two (2) of the student developed questions with two (2) questions of their own or from a question pool developed by Aeronautical Department faculty. Subsequently, a total of five (5) questions that thoroughly address all the applicable Program Outcomes are developed / provided to be researched and answered by the student. No later than the end of Week 2 The project proposal/comprehensive exam is submitted for review by the Aeronautical Department. Any necessary changes or modifications to the proposal/exam will be sent back to the instructor and student for revision. The revised proposal/exam will be forwarded to the Aeronautical Department for review and approval. Weeks 3 – 7 4.5 hours/ week Weeks 3 – 7 are used to research and analyze the projects/questions. The instructor will be available through the Blackboard discussion board, e-mail, phone, and or scheduled classroom time to provide any assistance necessary. Weekly progress checks will be conducted to ensure work is on track. No later than the end of Week 7 The final project/comprehensive exam is submitted to the faculty member for grading and subsequently forwarded to the Aeronautical Department for review. The purpose of the review is to provide oversight to the overall process, ensuring continuity and consistency. The review will also provide an opportunity to collect assessment data. Week 8 4.5 hours A formal presentation and defense of the project/comprehensive examination is scheduled for this week.
Page 11 of 11 This syllabus was developed for online learning by Kenneth Witcher Week 9 4.5 hours After Department review, the student will submit any additional or missing work to the instructor for review. Remedial work is accomplished as necessary and documents are prepared for student feedback. The instructor will provide feedback regarding the project/comprehensive examination. The instructor will conduct a comprehensive review of the rubrics used for grading the project/comprehensive examination and presentations. A final grade will be assigned and end of course evaluations completed.
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