In ASCX 400, you could find yourself working for a company, non-profit organization, social enterprise, health and education providers, or local government. Your team will act as consultant and/or project manager, taking on the full scope of a project, from ideation to project design and implementation. You will be supported by experienced professionals who will act as your team mentors.
Projects will encompass topics based on societal and industry interests (such as social innovation, process improvement, business strategy, environment, etc.). Potential projects range from creating apps and audio tours, fundraising campaigns and feasibility studies to creating business, marketing and communications plans, as well as engineering, computing, and technology projects.
This interfaculty course runs during the winter term and provides an opportunity for you to work with students from other faculties, such as Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS), the School for Rehabilitation Therapy and the Smith School of Business. A full list of projects and descriptions for winter 2024 will be announced during the fall term.