The program concludes with the submission by the student of their e-portfolio along with a capstone project reflecting the student's individual experience in the program. Students will complete a capstone project which could include any of the following: Artifact, video, blog, multi-media journal, short film, action project, essay, collection of creative work, presentation. The project provides a framework for reflection on program participation and asks students to synthesize learning related to the program learning outcomes.
Student capstones will be assessed utilizing the full program rubric. In order to meet minimum program standards, the student's capstone must achieve an "Objective Minimally Met" or "Objective Met" for each of the six learning outcomes.
All students must complete a Capstone Project Proposal and receive approval before beginning their project: