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4th-Year 

Engineering Project


DoE
Procedure
Final Report Resources
 0. Understanding Objectives

The final project report is the last and most important requirement of 4th-year project course. It should be submitted by individual students. However it should also reference the group projectís objectives, employed theories and methods, and achievements to clarify the position and contributions of the individual efforts within the whole project. The final report should contain the following information. The suggested marking scheme is also listed that may or may not be followed by particular readers.

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Abstract
  5%
I.
Introduction
1.
Overview and Background  5%
2.
Motivations and Significance  5%
3.
Objectives and Specifications  5%

 15%
II.
Professional Considerations
1.
Health and Safety
  3%
2.
Engineering Professionalism
(refer to PEO)
  3%
3.
Project Management
  4%

 10%
III.
Theory and Techniques
1.
General Approach          
  5%
2.
Specific Methods
  5%

 10%
IV.
Achievements
1.
Alternative Designs
 10%
2.
Results
 10%
3.
Discussion                    
 10%

 30%
VI.
Conclusion
1.
Summary
 3%
2.
Contributions
 4%
3.
Future Work               
 3%

 10%

 Additional Marking Criteria


Quality
1.
Flow and Organization
 5%
2.
Clarity and Neatness
 5%
3.
Technical Writing
 5%
4.
References and Citations
 5%

 20%

TOTAL
 100%




 Overview
 1. Project Selection  Prerequisites
 2. Application  Projects and Assignments
 3. Proposal  Health and Safety
 4. Funding Request  Calendar
 5. Regular Meetings
 Relevant Skills
 6. Progress Report
 Previous Years' Samples
 7. Competition
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 8. Oral presentation
 FAQ
 9. Poster Presentation  Professors Login
 10. Final Report  Contact


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