Zachary Seguin

WKRPT Courses

WKRPT 1 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student during the work term.

WKRPT 2 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student during the work term.

WKRPT 3 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student during the work term.

WKRPT 4 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student during the work term.

WKRPT 100 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 100M – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average.

WKRPT 101 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 103 – Work-term Report

Students will initiate an on-line record and assessment of their educational and work experience, tracked against two sets of criteria, the Student Performance Criteria established by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board and the Canadian Experience Record used by the provincial licensing bodies. The work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 200 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 200A – Arts Work-term Report 2

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 200E – Environment Work-term Report 2

A reflection exercise through which students document the linkages between their work-term experiences and progress towards achieving their academic, professional and personal goals. The documentation can be presented in various forms, consistent with the Faculty's guidelines. The report is evaluated on the basis of both the quality of presentation and strength of reflection. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 200H – Applied Health Sciences Work-term Report 2

A work-term report, presenting in detail, a technical or reflective review of a project, activity, or analysis, is normally undertaken by the student during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for a co-op designation but their grades are not included in the student's average. Failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress.

WKRPT 200M – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average.

WKRPT 200S – Science Work-Term Report 2

Students submit a detailed work-term report based on a technical project, activity or analysis they conducted during their work term. Work-term reports are required courses for the co-op designation. Submitted grades are not included in any averages. Detailed guidelines for work-term reports are posted on the Faculty website.

WKRPT 201 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 203 – Work-term Report

Students will complete a case study analysis of the firm in which they are employed. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 300 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 300A – Arts Work-term Report 3

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 300E – Environment Work-term Report 3

A reflection exercise through which students document the linkages between their work-term experiences and progress towards achieving their academic, professional and personal goals. The documentation can be presented in various forms, consistent with the Faculty's guidelines. The report is evaluated on the basis of both the quality of presentation and strength of reflection. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 300H – Applied Health Sciences Work-term Report 3

A work-term report, presenting in detail, a technical or reflective review of a project, activity, or analysis, is normally undertaken by the student during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for a co-op designation but their grades are not included in the student's average. Failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress.

WKRPT 300M – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average.

WKRPT 300S – Science Work-Term Report 3

Students submit a detailed work-term report based on a technical project, activity or analysis they conducted during their work term. Work-term reports are required courses for the co-op designation. Submitted grades are not included in any averages. Detailed guidelines for work-term reports are posted on the Faculty website.

WKRPT 301 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 303 – Work-term Report

Students will complete an on-line record and assessment of their educational and work experience, tracked against two sets of criteria, the Student Performance Criteria established by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board and the Canadian Experience Record used by the provincial licensing bodies. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 400 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 400A – Arts Work-term Report 4

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 400E – Environment Work-term Report 4

A reflection exercise through which students document the linkages between their work-term experiences and progress towards achieving their academic, professional and personal goals. The documentation can be presented in various forms, consistent with the Faculty's guidelines. The report is evaluated on the basis of both the quality of presentation and strength of reflection. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 400H – Applied Health Sciences Work-term Report 4

A work-term report, presenting in detail, a technical or reflective review of a project, activity, or analysis, is normally undertaken by the student during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for a co-op designation but their grades are not included in the student's average. Failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress.

WKRPT 400M – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average.

WKRPT 400S – Science Work-Term Report 4

Students submit a detailed work-term report based on a technical project, activity or analysis they conducted during their work term. Work-term reports are required courses for the co-op designation. Submitted grades are not included in any averages. Detailed guidelines for work-term reports are posted on the Faculty website.

WKRPT 401 – Work-term Report

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 500A – Arts Work-term Report 5

A work-term report presenting in detail a technical project, activity, or analysis engaged by the student normally during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for the degree but their grades are not included in the average. However, failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress as indicated in the Examinations and Promotions section of this calendar. Details regarding the evaluation of the work-term reports can be obtained from the student's program advisor.

WKRPT 500H – Applied Health Sciences Work-term Report 5

A work-term report, presenting in detail, a technical or reflective review of a project, activity, or analysis, is normally undertaken by the student during the preceding work term. The report is evaluated on the basis of written communication skills and technical proficiency in the subject matter as demonstrated by the report. Work-term reports are required courses for a co-op designation but their grades are not included in the student's average. Failed work-term report evaluations may delay a student's progress.