Maria De Sensi
Lecturer, College of Business
Maria is a Lecturer in the College of Business. She has been involved in education for over 20 years. This experience has included delivering learning in the corporate sector and post-compulsory education. Her skills include curriculum development for industry and the Higher Education sector and policy development in the area of Articulation.
Most recently Maria has been involved in coordinating a capstone subject in the College of Business that links some students with industry via a problem-based project. The involvement of industry allows students to demonstrate the application of generic skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork to workplace mentors.
Woodley, C, Henderson, F, De Sensi, M & Gabb, R 2005, 'Selection Processes and Pathways: TAFE to Higher education at Victoria University', Interim Report, Teaching and Learning Support, Victoria University
Professional Development 3 (BFP3001)
Undergraduate unit: Professional Development 3 (BFP3001)
Areas of expertise
- Change management
- Curriculum development
- Generic skill development
- Policy development