Faculty of Information Technology
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This unit explores developments in art, science and technology, drawing on important periods in Italian history and culture as a background for understanding contemporary interdisciplinary practice. It will examine the nature and development of technology in science, engineering, the arts and architecture. Using the city of Prato and the museums, galleries, rural landscapes and built environments in the surrounding region, students will develop a team-based interdisciplinary project that draws on this rich historical, cultural and technological landscape.
At the completion of this unit, students should be able to:
In-semester assessment: 100%
Minimum total expected workload equals 48 hours per week over a 3 week period comprising:
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Students must have at least 18 credit points of 1st year units from any degree by the commencement of the program in the student's proposed year of participation AND be a fully enrolled Monash student at the time of the program.