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IDST 5001  Interdisc Studies Capstone Des

Credits: 1.00 Credit

A capstone seminar in which students design an individual project demonstrating their plan for integrating their individual lower level core coursework with their upper level area(s) of concentration. The design phase will include a projection of the concentration(s) of interest along with a 4-semester registration plan, justification, and collection of supporting documentation. Plans must be approved by the student's project supervisor/advisor.

IDST 5002  Interdisc Studies Capstone Des

Credits: 2.00 Credits

In this semester students investigate the nature of interdisciplinary studies, complete personal assessments and reflect on their strengths and goals. A course-taking plan, based on extensive research and written justification, will be created. A portfolio will be designed to include a projection of their chosen concentration(s) along with a 4-semester registration plan, with justification and a collection of supporting documentation. Students will design an individual project demonstrating a plan for integrating their individual lower level core coursework with their upper level area(s) of concentration choices for completion in IDST 7001. Students will present these designs to the student's project supervisor/advisor.

IDST 7001  Interdisc Studies Capstone Prj

Credits: 1.00 Credit

This capstone course includes both proof of purpose and goals of a student's chosen coursework and an individual project demonstrating the integration of their core area with their areas of concentration. Projects may take a range of forms appropriate to the student's concentration and future goals, e.g. a research essay, demonstration, marketing study, computer program or curriculum design. Projects must be approved by the student's advisor and project supervisors. Students will present their projects to their faculty supervisors and peers at the end of the course.

IDST 7002  Interdisc. Studies Capstone Pr

Credits: 2.00 Credits

A capstone course that includes both proof of purpose and goals of their chosen course-work and an individual project demonstrating their integration of their core area with their areas of concentration. Projects may take a range of forms appropriate to the student's concentration and future goals, e.g. a research essay, demonstration, marketing study, computer program or curriculum design. Projects must be approved by the student's advisor and project supervisors. Students will present their projects to their faculty supervisors and students at the end of the course.