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Capstone - complete one course

  • Capstone courses are taken in the last semester as part of the degree completion requirements at UW Green Bay. The capstone course is not waived for students entering with an earned block of credit, articulation agreement or for earning a prior degree.
  • Honors in the Major courses approved as Capstone courses have additional requirements to enroll into the course, once the course is completed, additional review is done to award Distinction in the Major Honors when a degree is conferred.

Learning Outcomes

  • This could be either a classroom seminar experience or another integrative/culminating experience such as an internship/field experience/honors project that again addresses the campus’ interdisciplinary perspective and also has a problem focus. By its very nature, the experience will also have an important communication element. They will all address:
    • Interdisciplinarity
    • Problem-focused
    • Communication
Advanced Microbiology
Biology Seminar
Strategic Management
Strategic Decision Analysis
Biochemistry Laboratory
Instrumental Analysis
Social Media Strategies
Honors in the Major
Honors in the Major
Senior Seminar in Democracy and Justice Studies
Student Teaching
Capstone in Environmental Science
Co-op/Internship in Engineering Technology
Capstone Project
Seminar in History
Human Physiology Lab - Exercise and Metabolism
Art and Science
Biotechnology and Ethics
Immunology Lab
Honors in the Major
Humanities Practicum
Capstone: Synthesis and Assessment of Learning
Honors in the Major
Capstone Project
Synthesis for Nursing Practice
Senior Seminar/Capstone in Political Science
Senior Capstone in Psychology
Seminar in Ethics and Public Action
Social Work Methods III
Theatre Capstone Project