The Senior Capstone experience allows students to explore substantive areas of scholarship and creative works within their major. Students are given the opportunity to create knowledge within the context of the ideas, perspectives, and research of others in the discipline. The Capstone further provides students the opportunity to integrate and compare knowledge gained from their major with that which was learned in the domain area and core courses of the Liberal Studies Program. In this culminating experience, students create, under the mentorship of a faculty member, a final project of their own design.
Below please find examples of courses previously offered for Capstone credit. For information on current offerings, please consult Campus Connection.
African and Black Diaspora Studies
Art, Media and Design
Computer Games Development
History of Art and Architecture
Information Assurance and Security Engineering Program
Latin American and Latino Studies
Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies
Public Policy Studies
Public Relations and Advertising
Women's and Gender Studies
Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse