The future is uncertain. Information is expanding at an exponential rate. Jobs that were formerly done by humans are being taken over by artificial intelligence and automation. This course will ask what it means to be a human learner and worker in a rapidly changing digital world. Students will develop a transferable and flexible toolbox of skills.
This course is part of the Dean's Changemaker Challenge. It is dedicated to preparing students to identify -a real- world problem and to implement their solution to a problem. Successful completion of this course will provide access to ASCX 300 where students will have the opportunity to execute on the real-world implementation of their solution.
This course is part of the Dean's Changemaker Challenge. Students from this course will have successfully completed ASCX 200 to advance into ASCX 300. The course is dedicated to the implementation of their solution to a problem (identified in ASCX 200). The majority of work done in this course will be group work in an interdisciplinary team.
Multi-disciplinary teams of engineering, commerce, law, science, social science, and humanities students undertake consulting projects with industrial, government and not-for-profit clients. Projects will encompass topics based on societal and industry interests (such as social innovation, process improvement, business strategy, environment etc.).