LBST 697 - Capstone Project or Thesis I
First of two required courses that will result in substantial independent project or an original master’s research thesis on a defined topic. Course focus is on project planning and design of a substantial independent project that is of graduate quality and sophistication. Topic will be chosen by the student in consultation with the program director and qualified faculty advisor in the field most closely aligned with student’s intended methodology and goals. Students will create a formal project or thesis proposal, bibliography (if appropriate) and timeline for completion that must be approved by the program director and supervising faculty advisor.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the MALS program, permission of student’s graduate advisor, minimum of 24 graduate hours completed
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