Substantive professional project (masters level)
Plymouth University offers the 40 credit masters-level module 'substantive professional project' which will enable you to plan and undertake a practice development project in your workplace as the final module towards your masters degree.
InGeCt: in mould gel-coating
MAterials and STructures Research Group research project: InGeCt: in mould gel-coating
Process Modelling for the Manufacture of Large Wind Turbine Blades
MAterials and STructures Research Group research project: EPSRC Industrial CASE Studentship in partnership with Vestas Technology,Isle of Wight: Process Modelling for the Manufacture of Large Wind Turbine Blades
Sustainability of natural fibres as reinforcements for polymer matrix composites (2007-2011)
Plymouth University's MAterials and STructures research group: MAST research project. Sustainability of natural fibres as reinforcements for polymer matrix composites (2007-2011)
Cost modelling and manufacture of 3D fibre reinforced composites
Plymouth University's Materials and Structures Research Group: Cost modelling and manufacture of 3D fibre reinforced composites. Great Western Research studentship with QinetiQ
Independent study (degree level)
Plymouth University's 'Independent study' module will build on your existing research skills with a project related to your own area of professional practice.
MSc Contemporary Healthcare dissertation (masters level)
Plymouth University's 60 credit module enables you to demonstrate your ability to design and undertake a systematic review or research project as your MSc Contemporary Healthcare (Education) dissertation.