About the Senior Capstone
In their final semester, all liberal studies students are expected to complete a 4-credit, topic-based capstone course in which they complete a culminating project that integrates their learning from previous coursework.
Spring 2019 Capstone Schedule
Mon. Liberal Studies - Dashielle Horn
Tues. Communication - Alysa Hantgan
Tues. Communication – Sharon Zechowski
Wed. Liberal Studies – George Keteku
Wed./Thurs. Liberal Studies - Ursula Heinrich
Thurs. Liberal Studies –Owen Borda
One-semester project that involves empirical research, library investigation, or an on or off-campus applied learning experience. Regardless of the format, the project will culminate in a significant paper. Course sections are overseen by faculty who will help to foster integration of prior coursework, and should be selected in consultation with academic advisors. Required for all liberal studies, legal studies, and communication students.
HYBRID designation for capstones indicates that the courses have group meetings together and then one-on-one, individual meetings with instructors during remaining weeks.
Prerequisite: Students must be receive a C- or higher in college writing in order to enroll in the capstone in their senior year.
Please note: If you are double-majoring in another degree program in which a senior project is available, you must complete that senior project rather than enroll in a senior capstone course.