Capstone Experience

Capstone ExperienceThe purpose of the Capstone Experience is to consolidate the knowledge and understanding gained in a student’s major degree and Mason Core courses. Each department or program designates the capstone experiences available to students in those majors and programs. Please speak with an advisor to determine the appropriate course to fulfill your major’s requirement.

Required: One approved upper-division course.

 

 

 

College of Education and Human Development

Major Course Number Course Title
Athletic Training ATEP 441 Senior Seminar in Athletic Training
Health, Fitness and Recreation Resources
concentration: Parks and Outdoor Recreation
PRLS 490 Internship
Health, Fitness and Recreation Resources
concentration: Sports Management
SPMT 490 Internship
Health, Fitness and Recreation Resources
concentration: Therapeutic Recreation
PRLS 490 Internship
Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management TOUR 490 Internship
Kinesiology KINE 490 Kinesiology Internship III
Physical Education PHED 415 Student Teaching in Physical Education

College of Health and Human Services

Major Course Number Course Title
Social Work  SOCW 472 RS: Integrative Methods in Social Action and Social Change

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Major Course Number Course Title
Creative Writing ENGH 495 Capstone and Thesis
English ENGH 401 RS: Honors Thesis Writing Seminar
English ENGH 458 Topics in Literary Research
English ENGH 470 RS: Topics in Film/Media History
English ENGH 484 RS: Writing Ethnography
English ENGH 486 RS: Writing Nonfiction for Publication

School of Business

Major Course Number Course Title
all majors BUS 498 Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models

Volgenau School of Engineering

Major Course Number Course Title
Cyber Security Engineering CYSE 491 Engineering Senior Seminar
Mechanical Engineering ME 444 Mechnical Design II