You'll complete a capstone project related to your concentration.
The culminating project can take a diversity of forms. Examples include a long paper, a video production, a community engagement project, an educational program, a creative writing, a website, a handbook or a business plan.
Students not completing a research or analytical paper should write a 12-15 page critical introduction to their project, explaining its purpose, your process, its results and implications, and how you’ll build on this work.
You’ll earn three hours of credit for completing the culminating project. And students must present the project before graduation.