Course DescriptionThis capstone course provides an opportunity to integrate and apply the knowledge and skills acquired through previous courses. Individually or in small groups, and with course instructor approval, students select a project that reflects their own personal or professional interests. Examples of possible projects include the development of a presentation based on analysis of a set of real life scenarios or the analysis of a community issue or situation from the student's own professional milieu.
Students should contact the Academic Coordinator, Jennifer Ajandi, at firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible to discuss their project idea and to allow time for an experiential learning option to be organized.
Visit our Experiential Learning page to see examples of past projects.
This course is fully online and asynchronous, meaning you typically will not have to be online at specific times. You will engage in course-related activities through online tools such as announcements, discussions, and email. Your course learning will be based on weekly module content and activities that you can go through independently. Note: there are still deadlines for assignment submissions, and you may be expected to participate in discussion board interactions with your peers on a regular basis.
Your instructor may also include occasional scheduled sessions for Q&As and other discussion activities, using web conferencing tools such as Zoom and Google Meet. More details will be included in your course outline available on the first day of class.
RequisitesDepartment Consent Required
- Community Engagement, Leadership, and Development : Required Courses