Capstone courses provide opportunities for students to work closely with senior faculty on projects that involve substantial research, leadership, and/or interdisciplinary components, so as to consolidate their academic experiences and prepare to move beyond undergraduate studies.
This course provides students with an experiential learning opportunity in community-engaged research combined with critical reflection and academic discussion within a seminar setting.
This Capstone offers students an opportunity to consider different learning communities as they mentor a class of 1st year students.
The seminar involves a critical assessment of current foreign policy issues and contemporary world problems.
In an interdisciplinary seminar, Humanities students receive training and practice in project design, professional skills, and effective communication in a variety of fields and contexts.
In an interdisciplinary seminar, Science students receive training and practice in project design, professional skills, and effective communication in a variety of fields and contexts.
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