If you are a bachelor’s degree candidate, in addition to the 30-credit transfer core, you are expected to complete an approved 3 credit capstone course 300 level or higher that will test the knowledge you have gained during your studies.
All capstone projects will involve the acquisition or application of knowledge. This should be broadly construed and may include the exploration of any discipline-specific scholarship including the scholarly activities typically associated with the professional schools, service professions, engineering, and the performing arts. A capstone may center on any aspect of university life as long as its primary focus is on the acquisition or application of knowledge. The project may involve a formal service-learning experience or a formal international-study experience as its primary focus.
All capstone projects, including those in the performing arts, shall produce a significant product in a discipline-appropriate format, demonstrating the scholarly methods, techniques, and conventions associated with the discipline.