The MPaC students have a large portfolio of creative projects to show off their own diversity as well as their prowess in the field the project is based in. Projects will usually come in two parts, a practical A part and a theoretical B part. The practical A is all about learning something new within the unit and will usually have a set criteria of what the project must show, while the theoretical B is applying what you learned in some sort of creative outlet and while you are expected to apply what you learned from A projects, a student will have more creative input and freedom in a B project. Projects in this magnet are graded out of 10 and A projects have to follow everything in the criteria and B projects have to follow everything as well as creatively go above and beyond what is to be expected of that person and to personally embellish the project with their own personality.