Organization and assessment of a multidisciplinairy project

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The Bachelor Architecture, Building and Planning in Eindhoven is quite broad since it prepares students for six Master specializations: Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, Structural Design, Building Physics & Services, Real Estate Management & Development, and Construction Management & Engineering. The Bachelor offers an exceptional multidisciplinary project, aimed to train students with knowledge and experiences in integral design. Developing this project has been a long route that took place over many years. This paper presents issues, as programme and time scheme, required products, assessment method, learning goals, as well as underlying principles. Major changes in the last 10 projects (2007–2013) can be explored because students were frequently asked to fill in enquiries. Over the years, the multidisciplinary project is developed to be successful in preparing students towards the complexity of today’s practice. Here, the real strength of a broad Department stands out well, enabling students to work in multidisciplinary design teams on complex actual themes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFifth International symposium on project approaches in engineering education (PAEE’2013)
EditorsN. Hattum-Janssen, v., R.M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R.M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, D. Mesquita
Place of PublicationEindhoven
PagesID54.1-ID54.8
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Eventconference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09 -
Duration: 8 Jul 20139 Jul 2013

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Conferenceconference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09
Period8/07/139/07/13
OtherInternational symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry

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Moonen, S. P. G., & Veeger, T. T. (2013). Organization and assessment of a multidisciplinairy project. In N. Hattum-Janssen, v., R. M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R. M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, ... D. Mesquita (Eds.), Fifth International symposium on project approaches in engineering education (PAEE’2013) (pp. ID54.1-ID54.8). Eindhoven.