University of Calgary

EVDS 799.33 - Preceptorship (Intelligent Building Systems) - Fall 2012

A Preceptorship is a study and training arrangement made between a student and an employer or an equivalent supervisor which has specific educational objectives, a method of evaluation, and is an integral part of a student's Program of Studies. Preceptorships offer a number of benefits: acquiring skills and knowledge which may be better obtained outside the University; developing first-hand experience of professional design practice; preparing for more focused studies in the Faculty; and conducting research. An approved preceptorship assignment is equivalent to full-time studies. Preceptorships are not normally approved until a Program of Study is approved.
This course may be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


  • LEC 1
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