To facilitate a large-scale independent project, which identifies and directly engages with the current state of an area of Production practice, analysis and/or theory and undertakes work that employs appropriate research methods to solve problems and/or answer questions in this area. The outcomes of this research may be a set of productions with commentary that demonstrate new practice or closely mimic other productions as a form of analysis, wholly or largely dissertation based work that analyses existing productions or develops and test theories about aspects of production, or a combination of the first two of these.
Module learning outcomes
You should have an insight into how practice-led, theoretical or analytical research related to Production can be devised and conducted to produce new art and knowledge.
You should be able to undertake and manage a large-scale project that engages directly with current knowledge and/or practice in an area of Production.
You should be able to articulate the outcomes of research activities as practical artefacts and a commentary, a dissertation or a combination of these.
Academic and graduate skills
Autonomous task planning and implementation
Ability to advance individual knowledge and understanding
Flexibility and adaptability
Commitment and motivation
Organisation and planning
Time management and prioritisation
Engagement with the unfamiliar
% of module mark
Graduate/Postgraduate Dissertation Dissertation
Special assessment rules
You will receive written feedback in line with standard University turnaround times.