(variable credit) [CAP]
Capstone seminars are offered to students in their junior or senior year through their major field of study for varying credit or through a three-credit course offered within the Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum. Capstone seminars completed within a student's major field of study will count toward major requirements. Enrollment in capstone seminars is limited to 20 students.
- Provide students the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of a subject area or skill.
- Require synthesis and integration of prior knowledge and abilities.
- Are designed to facilitate the transition from WSU to the world of work, professional development and/or graduate studies.
- May include research, leadership and internship opportunities, artistic projects, the production of a portfolio of student work, and/or other culminating learning experiences.
|BA-490||Business Strategy and Policy||3|
|CD-410||Professional Guidelines and Skills||3|
|CJ-400||Criminal Justice Capstone||3|
|CS-448||Software Development Capstone||3|
|CS-483||Big Data Analytics Capstone||3|
|EC-490||Capstone in Economics||3|
|ED-319||Advanced Field Experience in Early Childhood Education||3|
|ED-405||Classroom Management and Child Guidance Techniques||3|
|ED-424||Sem: Teaching Practicum||3|
|ED-425||Sem: Applying Ed Principles||3|
|HC-450||Practicum: Community Health||3-6|
|HE-440||Practicum in Health||3|
|HI-460||Senior Research Seminar in History||3|
|HI-465||American Antiquarian Society Seminar||3|
|HI-470||Senior Thesis in History||3|
|NU-472||Community Nursing Capstone Course||6|
|OT-426||Organizational and Professional Issues I||3|
|PB-400||Capstone in Psychobiology||2|
|PS-410||Capstone: Seminar in Developmental Psychology||3|
|PS-450||Capstone: Contemporary Issues in Psychology||3|
|PS-492||Capstone: Seminar in Mental Health||3|
|UR-401||Research Seminar in Urban Studies/ Capstone||3|
|VP-400||Arts Capstone/Senior Thesis||3|
|WO/PS-492||Capstone Seminar in Mental Health||3|